Clean up the crumbs with $100 off the Roborock S6 Pure robot vacuum and mop

Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum
Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum (Image credit: Amazon)

The Roborock S6 Pure robot vacuum and mop is on sale for $499.99 at Amazon, but you'll only get that price if you remember to clip the $100 off on-page coupon. Otherwise, the price is $600, and that's the price it has been going for for the last couple of months. Even when it has dropped lower, it only went as low as $550. Today's deal is one of the best prices we've seen. The robot vacuum is sold directly by Roborock.

Uses precise navigation and a Z-shape cleaning route. Can map your entire home, including multiple floors, along with no-go zones. Has 2000Pa suction and automatic boost when it detects carpet. Can mop up to 1,610 square feet.

The Roborock S6 Pure works as both a vacuum and a mop based on your needs. Basically, if you want it to mop on its scheduled routine, fill the water tank. It will add mopping to its functions as it goes around your home. If you don't want it to mop, just don't give it any water to mop with. It has a 180ml water tank, which is pretty big and can be used to mop up to 1,610 square feet. You can even adjust the mopping based on floor types.

The vacuuming occurs thanks to extremely powerful 2000Pa suction. It's also smart enough as a vacuum to know when it's on a hard floor or carpet. You'll get an automatic carpet boost for strong suction that can easily lift dirt and deeper clean those carpets. It can lift itself up to 0.8 inches to get over bumps like when moving from one terrain to the next.

This is a smart robot vacuum, too. It's equipped with precision LiDAR navigation and uses a Z-shape cleaning route. This allows the S6 to be effective and detailed when it cleans. You can also save multiple maps of your home for the vacuum, including different floors.

Use the Roborock app to set schedules and plan routes. Connect it to your Wi-Fi network and to Amazon Alexa for voice control.

John Levite
J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.