With so many robot vacs out there with increasingly advanced features and performance, it makes total sense to let an autonomous vacuum clean up messes for you. That way you can use your time for more enjoyable things. While you may have missed out on some deals over the Black Friday weekend, there are still some left to suck up ahead of the holidays. Amazon, for example, is offering the iRobot Roomba 671 robotic vacuum cleaner for just $194.99 right now as a one-day deal at Amazon. It regularly sells for nearer $264 on average there and was going for as much as $350 at the start of the year. This is the steepest price drop we've seen on it in over a year and only a dollar shy of its all-time low.
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It's nearly 2020 and if you're still vacuuming for yourself, you're doing it wrong. Instead, set cleaning schedules or control the Roomba 671 with just your voice. It runs up to 90 minutes, before returning to its dock automatically to recharge.
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The Roomba 671's 3-stage cleaning system, dual multi-surface brushes, and edge brushes ensure a thorough clean, lifting everything from small dust particles to large debris on hard floors and carpets. It can automatically adjust its brush height and suction strength depending on the surface or level of dirt detected and a full suite of intelligent sensors guide the robot under and around furniture. There's also cliff-detection to avoid a tumble down the stairs. It runs for 90 minutes before it makes its own way back to its charging dock so it's always ready to go.
You can set the Roomba 671 off cleaning remotely from the free iRobot Home app or set up a cleaning schedule that suits you. The coolest part, though, is the ability to use your Alexa devices to simply ask the Roomba to get to work. It's like living in the future. Simply ask your Echo Dot or similar smart speaker to set the Roomba going and put your feet up.
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