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When it comes to robot vacuums, there’s no better machine on the market than the iRobot Roomba i7+. The only catch? It costs a whopping $799.99—gulp. If shelling out $800 on a cleaning tool isn’t in your budget, take heart: This stellar device is currently on sale for a massive discount.
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Now $599.99 at QVC, this $200 markdown is the best price we’ve seen on this model since before Prime Day in October—it wasn’t discounted for Black Friday and it matches its recent Cyber Monday discount.
We named this hard-working machine the best robot vacuum we’ve ever tested and one of the best cleaning products of 2020—and for good reason: The innovative i7+ was the first robot vacuum of its kind to empty itself out with a suction-operated charging base (included with purchase). That means it can transfer the dirty contents of the Roomba into a sealable bag, so you’ll never have to get down on your hands and knees to clean dirt, dust and debris from this vac.
Worried about whether the i7+ can handle your home’s specific level of grime? This little baby picked up an impressive 10.5 grams of gunk in a single test run, utilizing its WiFi and smart home technology (think Alexa or Google Home voice assistant compatibility) to learn and safely navigate each and every crevice of your space. Essentially, this mapping feature lets you customize your clean, whether you’re in need a full sweep in every room or only specific spots that need a little love and attention.
It also just so happens to be one of the best vacuums on the market for pet hair, so if you’ve got a furry little friend, you’ve got all the more reason to pick one up.
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In fact, our testers loved it so much, the only downside seemed to be the high price tag. But with the $200 in savings seen here, it’s an investment that will pay off in spades when your floors and carpets are consistently spotless.
You can also always pick up the i7 without the charging base (usually $599 and now $499), and pick up the base (currently sold out) up at a later date.
There’s no telling how long these prices will last though, so you’ll want to snatch these savings up while you still can!
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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