Amazon Cyber Monday deals include up to $400 off Roomba robot vacuums

There’s no reason you should have to do anything besides exist in the cold dark of winter, including cleaning. Cyber Monday sales on iRobot’s vacuums are making it much more affordable to put your feet up and let a machine do the work for you. A range of iRobot’s vacuums are currently discounted, including a 42 percent off deal on the iRobot Roomba 694. The robot vacuum is down to an all-time low price of $159 from $275.

The Roomba 694 is already one of iRobot’s more affordable options, but it becomes much easier to justify getting when saving $116. It’s also a great product — we named it this year’s best budget robot vacuum thanks to its sleek design, good cleaning power and iRobot’s always great app. You can control its functions on the device or through that app (except spot-cleaning, which only works with the physical button). It’s especially great if you have a smaller place, like an apartment, as the robot vacuum lasted about 45 minutes in our test before recharging in its dock.

If you want to use the iRobot sale to go all out, then check out the iRobot Roomba Combo j9+ — currently 29 percent off. The self-emptying and auto-fill vacuum and mop is usually $1,399 but has dropped to $999 for Cyber Monday. This 2-in-1 model has a retractable mop to leave you out of any system switches. In fact, the dock can refill water for 30 days and empty any debris for 60 days, making cleaning the floors something you rarely need to think about. It also has a dirt detective (which weirdly sounds fun?) that determines which rooms are usually dirtiest and starts with those.

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