If you're still vacuuming for yourself in 2019, you're doing it wrong.
The iRobot Roomba i7 is down to $499 from its usual price of $700, saving you over $200. It's also Alexa-enabled so you can set it going on-demand with just your voice. The vacuum has a three-stage cleaning system for picking up dirt, dust, pet hair and other debris. Users can control and set cleaning schedules from anywhere with its Wi-Fi connectivity and support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. It can learn multiple floor plans, and it can connect to your smart home.
If you're looking for an upgraded experience over the Roomba i7, you should check out the Roomba i7+. Their entry-level smart vacuums, the Roomba 690 and 650 are packed with modern features like virtual barrier identification, infrared navigation and HEPA filtration that are still more than what traditional vacuums can offer. It does at least one thing no other robot vacuum cleaner does - empties its own dirt bin. The Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal doubles as a charging station.
The difference between the iRobot Roomba and iRobot Roomba 690 is the same unit but only differs in colour, minimal design details, and accessories that come with the purchase. The battery should be enough for 120 minutes of cleaning, and of course, the Roomba i7 will return to its charger automatically when it's low on power. However, Simplemost may receive a small commission from the purchase of any products or services through an affiliate link to the retailer's website. The Roomba's sensors help it determine places that have more dirt so it can focus on those spots. Standard shipping will get the vacuum to you in about 3 to 7 business days.
When budget is not a worry, the latest Roomba s9 is the model to buy, and along with the i7, is easily one of the most advanced robot vacuums in the market.