Looking for a irobot vac that really sucks…the dirt and grime right off your floors You’ve found it and for a steal. Right now
Shoppers can score $70 off one of iRobot’s most popular robotic vacuums, this iRobot Roomba 891, but this deal is not going to last long.
This iRobot Roomba 891 is just $380 on Amazon. You’d typically pay $450, so if you’ve been holding out on buying a smart machine to keep your floors immaculate — now’s the time to score one for a fraction of the price.
This model is top of the line. It uses iRobot’s Dirt Detect technology to loosen, lift and suction debris with five times the air power. It also alerts the device to clean more thoroughly on areas with concentrated build-up.
“This thing rocks. Day after day it blows my mind how much dust and cat hair it gathers. Even after a good sweeping this Roomba seems to get everything my broom just pushed around. We have a Russian blue cat and she sheds quite a bit. The floors feel much cleaner with Roomba,” shared a delighted five-star reviewer.
Pet owners will also love the tangle-free brush and high-efficiency filter on the Roomba 891 — just press “Clean” and sit back, relax or go multitask in the meantime. You can even program the vacuum in advance or schedule it to start cleaning while you’re still at work using the iRobot Home app on your smartphone. The Roomba 891 is Alexa- and Google Assistant-enabled, too, so it even takes voice commands.
Let this smart device navigate its way around your home and use its multi-surface brushes to tackle every kind of flooring, from kitchen tiles to hardwood living spaces to carpeted bedrooms with a surprisingly smooth transition. The 891 uses five times the air power of previous models to leave you with cleaner floors than you could ever manage with a handheld vac.
We decided to upgrade to a 891 for our always dirty basement/rec room and it was definitely worth the money to get the added suction power,” wrote one happy shopper.
Get the most bang for your buck by saving $70 on the iRobot Roomba 891.
This news was originally published at yahoo.com