The Roborock E35 will clean and mop your floors and its on sale for $259

Roborock E35
Roborock E35 (Image credit: Roborock)

Some day soon we will all be worshipping our robot overlords, but until that day they will serve us and do so generously. Make the Roborock E35 do your dirty work for you. The robot vacuum cleaner and mop is currently on sale for $258.99 with code ROBOROCKE35 on Amazon. That brings it down from a street price around $350. The robot vacuum stays around that price for the most part and none of its previous direct price drops went anywhere near today's deal.

The Roborock E35 uses a dual-gyro system and motion tracking sensors to clean your floors in the most efficient way possible. It won't fall off steps or get stuck on obstacles. The battery gives it 2.5 hours of cleaning. Use the app for more control.

Keep your new robot subservient with the Mi Home app. You can use the app to start or stop the Roborock, set up a cleaning schedule, and customize it. Check its battery and set it to charge, check the accessories, and even directly control its movement.

The Roborock E35 uses a dual-gyro system along with motion trackers to ensure it cleans in the smartest and most efficient way possible. The thirteen different sensors mean it won't get stuck on obstacles, fall over steps, or any of the other things that might hinder a robot doing its job.

You'll get 2.5 hours of non-stop cleaning thanks to the vacuum's 5200mAh capacity battery. It's also smart enough to detect when it needs to re-charge even while it's cleaning.

The 2000Pa suction helps the Roborock pull dirt off hard floors or deep inside carpet fibers. Cover plenty of space with the giant dustbin. You can even vacuum and mop simultaneously. The mop will suck in water as it cleans so you don't get puddles left around your house.

If this robot vacuum cleaner is too expensive, the Dser RoboGeek 20T is also on sale today for a low price of $99. It has a lot of great features for that price, too. Just looking for more robots to boss around? Get an Echo Dot and a month of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $9.

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.