It's not always a viable option to hire a cleaning crew to come to your home and make the place spotless — that’s going to run up quite the bill, real quick. Instead of dishing out major cash for housekeeping, you can always go with a robot vacuum. While it won’t reach high places or deep-clean your shower, it will check off one of the more time-consuming chores on your to-do list.
The iRobot Roomba 680 vacuum is currently , and $90 cheaper than iRobot has it listed on its own website. The one thing better than taking home a brand new robo-vac is scoring one with a bargain like this.
The is a popular choice among purchasers — it has great smart capabilities with its companion app, and allows for quite a bit of customization. Within the iRobot app, you can command your Roomba to make a pass through your home, or even schedule cleanings up to seven times per week. (Of course, you can also just hit the “CLEAN” button on the top of the device to start it up.)
The ’s patented DirtDetect™ feature enables the Roomba to work harder on concentrated areas of debris, and can suck up everything from small particles to large, bulky crumbs. It does a great job of navigating as well — it’ll whip right around sharp corners, avoid your fancy furniture (with the occasional bump), and even stop itself near ledges. The Roomba’s multiple sweeping brushes will also gather up all the gross stuff under hard-to-reach places for you. At the end of each job, the vacuum will guide itself back to its charging dock and wait for your beckoning call to do it all again.
The iRobot Roomba 680 will keep your house tidier than ever — pick one up for .