Let iRobot's Roomba 675 smart robot vacuum tidy up at a $50 discount

iRobot Roomba 675
iRobot Roomba 675 (Image credit: iRobot)

Just because you've been home more often doesn't mean you have to worry about accomplishing more at home. If you could use a break, today's deal on the iRobot Roomba 675 smart robot vacuum is one to consider. This smart vacuum cleans hard floors and carpets for you, and all you have to do is schedule when it cleans using an app on your phone. At today's low price of $219.99 via Best Buy, you'll be saving $50 off its regular price of $269.99.

This smart robot vac features a 3-stage cleaning system for hard floors and carpet that you can control via app or even with your voice. Plus, it's smart enough to not get stuck and it even recharges itself when its 90-minute battery is low.

The Roomba 675 is a great little robot vacuum. It has a 0.6 liter capacity for collecting all the dirt and hair and stuff on your floors. The robot vac uses a three-stage cleaning system that loosens, lifts, and then suctions the dirt up. It can work on hard floors and carpets and transition between them. The multi-surface brushes work together, and the auto adjusting cleaning head moves up and down in height to clean whatever surface its on.

The sensors include a Patented Dirt Detector, which helps the Roomba detect where there are larger concentrations of dirt. That makes this a good choice for high-traffic areas in the home like the kitchen or living room. It can focus on those areas and really work harder to get them as clean as possible. It even has an edge-sweeping brush that works at an angle to sweep dirt and debris out of corners and away from edges.

Other sensors help it to navigate around objects and even go under them. It won't get stuck on legs or in corners, and it is a lot less likely to fall of ledges or stairs.

Use the iRobot Home app to control the robot, add schedules, and more. You can also control it using your voice through Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. The 90-minute battery lasts long enough for the Roomba to get the job done, but if it doesn't then it is also smart enough to return to its docking station, recharge, and set out to finish the job.

Alex Smith
Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.