Save $400 on an iRobot Roomba i7+ with Automatic Dirt Disposal

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It’s okay if you missed Black Friday, as there are still deals to be found. Saving $400 is always something to get excited about. You can save that when you buy an iRobot Roomba i7+ with Automatic Dirt Disposal. Wi-Fi connected, with Alexa and smart mapping, it seems this robot vacuum does it all.

You can forget about it completely for two months. It will run on its own and empty the dirt on its own with the Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal. It will empty dirt on its own for 60 days, with AllergenLock Bags holding and trapping 99 percent of the pollen and mold.

vSLAM navigation allows the iRobot Roomba i7+ with Automatic Dirt Disposal to learn the layout of your home. It uses that to create smart maps that allow the vacuum to clean efficiently in neat rows. When it’s running low on battery, it will return to its base, recharge, then finish the job.

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The vacuum sucks up dirt with the premium three-stage cleaning system and 10 times the power-lifting suction. The dual multi-surface rubber brushes won’t get tangled with pet hair, and the brushes adjust and bend to keep in contact with your floors. A high-efficiency filter traps 99 percent of dog and cat allergens.

Smart mapping allows the Roomba to differentiate between the rooms in your home. You can also designate zones for it to stay away from, such as stairs. With Alexa built in, you can issue the direction, “Roomba, clean under the table in the living room,” so it cleans up the dirt your dog may have brought inside with him. It will learn where you want it to clean and when and will suggest personalized cleaning schedules.

Save $400.99 on this Roomba and pay just $599.

iRobot Roomba i7+ with Automatic Dirt Disposal

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