The Roomba 891 comes with an auto-adjusting cleaning head, as it can adapt its height.
Spending copious amounts of time on the household chores should, in 2019, be a thing of the past and if it isn't for you then prepare for your life to change.More news: New Zealand draw second Test against England, win series
The iRobot Roomba i7 is down to $499 from its usual price of $700, saving you over $200. Premium 3-stage Cleaning System cleans the dirt and pet hair you see and the allergens and dust you don't.
The Roomba can be controlled and scheduled through the free app, and it's compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant so you can connect it to your Amazon Echo or Google Home device and control it with just your voice. As you'd expect, the Roomba i7 uses its sensor technology to map your home and avoid obstacles and clean in the most efficient path.More news: Manchester City could already be out of the Premier League title race
For even more smarts, upgrade to the iRobot Roomba i7+. It's also basically as good as you can get in the robot vacuum cleaner world. This robot vacuum runs for up to 90 minutes and automatically docks itself to recharge. Available for $699 (down from its regular $1,000 price), the i7+ has all the great features of the i7+, but with one additional feature that no other robotic vacuum has: it empties its own dirt bin. The Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal doubles as a charging station. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission.
The difference between the iRobot Roomba and iRobot Roomba 690 is the same unit but only differs in colour, minimal design details, and accessories that come with the purchase. Your robot vacuum will text you to get you to help it out.More news: YouTube changes rules on violent game content to match movies and TV
When budget is not a worry, the latest Roomba s9 is the model to buy, and along with the i7, is easily one of the most advanced robot vacuums in the market.