Best Prime Day Roomba Robot Vacuum deals 2020: The best sales you can still buy

Year after year, some of the best iRobot Roomba robot vacuum deals drop during Amazon Prime Day. Prime Day ended at midnight, but there are still some awesome Prime Day Roomba deals. Note that many deals available yesterday sold out, so don’t delay if you see a deal you want.

Once Prime Day deals come to an end, Black Friday Roomba deals and Black Friday Robot Vacuum soon start to show up on the horizon, so be here to check them out.

Today’s best Prime Day Roomba deals

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iRobot Roomba 890 Robot Vacuum

$424 $499
The iRobot Roomba 890 has five times the suction power of the Roomba 600 series which the vacuum uses with Dirt Detect sensors. Tangle-free roller brushes don't get bogged down by pet hair.
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iRobot Roomba 675 Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum

$250 $280
Take away the hassle and tedium of floor cleaning by getting your hands on the iRobot Roomba 675.
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iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal

$799 $1,000
The original self-emptying Roomba, the i7+ builds maps of the rooms of your home to aid in efficient cleaning.
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iRobot Roomba i7+ Robot Vacuum with Braava Jet M6 Mopping Robot

$1,080 $1,249
If you've got a lot on your plate and don't have enough time to do some spring-cleaning, take this Roomba i7+ and Braava Jet M6 bundle out for a spin and give your home a full clean whenever you want.
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iRobot s-Series Clean Base

$306 $350
If you've got an s-series Roomba without a base, this clean base is compatible with all s-series Roombas. It has its own dirt disposal for automatic cleaning without your supervision.
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iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal

$799 $1,000
The Roomba i7+ is a high-end model with smart mapping. It also empties the dust bin automatically when it returns to the docking station. After the 7+ recharges the battery, it resumes cleaning.
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iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal Disposal

$550 $600
The i3+ c;leans up after itself with automatic dirt disposal. Follows voice commands from Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
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Roomba® i3

$349 $400
Get into hard-to-reach spots with the Roomba i3. It has 10x power-lifting suction and a tracking sensor that spots dirt on floors easier.
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iRobot Dual-Mode Virtual Wall Barrier (2-Pack)

$74 $100
Set up a controlled barrier for your Roomba's cleaning path with a virtual wall barrier to guide it only to where you want it to go for efficient cleaning without any wasted time.
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iRobot Roomba i3+ Robot Vacuum with Braava Jet M6 Mopping Robot

$855 $1,049
If your home's in need of some tender love and care, the iRobot Roomba i3+ coupled with a Braava Jet M6 mopping vacuum will ensure that your home is always dust-free and fresh as a daisy.
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iRobot Roomba 614 Robot Vacuum

$224 $250
This robot vacuum really assists with pet hair and dander. An allergic family member would welcome this gift!
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iRobot Roomba 677 Robot Vacuum

$229 $270
With iRobot's innovative 3-Stage cleaning, the Roomba 677 is designed to provide a thorough cleaning on any surface, all while being controllable from a distance through the mobile app.
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iRobot Roomba 670 Robot Vacuum

$198 $330
This Roomba model has Wi-Fi connectivity, so it works with Alexa for voice control. It's also excellent at picking up pet hair.
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iRobot Roomba s9+ (9550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal

$1,099 $1,300
Top-of-the-line Roomba S9+ has powerful mapping, navigation, and suction. It also self-empties its dustbin while charging to save you the hassle.

How to choose a Roomba Robot Vacuum

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It’s OK to stick with the basics, because even iRobot’s Roomba 614, Roomba 675, and Roomba E5 entry-level models do an excellent job of cleaning a variety of floor types.

  • Price range: The list prices for current Roomba models range from $250 to $1,300, but Amazon has frequent sales in which the effective range is $225 to $1,100 — and that’s before the deeper cuts during significant events like Prime Day. Entry-level Roombas typically cost less $300, midrange models from $400 to $700, and the latest and most advanced models $800 and above.
  • Types of flooring: Does your home have mostly hard floors, mainly carpeting, or a mixture of the two? Hard floors are the easiest for any vacuum cleaner. Carpeting is more demanding, and anything more than low-pile carpeting requires the most potent possible suction to loosen and pull dirt and debris from deep in the pile. Roombas with multi-stage cleaning systems detect extra-heavy dirt and debris automatically and boost the power as needed. The Roomba 614 and 675 have standard Roomba power, the E5 has five times the standard power, the i3 and i7 models 10 times the power, and the s9 models have 40 times the standard suction power.
  • Pets: If you have pets, do they shed a lot or very little? If your pets are heavy shedders, you’ll want one of the more powerful Roombas. You also want to look for tangle-free features and models with air filtration to capture pet dander and allergens. The Roomba E5 and above are especially suitable for homes with pets.
  • Room count: How many rooms are in your home? The most accessible space to clean is a single room with no obstacles, such as furniture, to impede the robot’s progress. In the real world, however, we have multiple rooms, loads of furniture, and other obstructions in the way. One factor in choosing a robot vacuum is operating time per battery charge. If you have multiple rooms on a single floor, select a model with the longest running time. Entry-level Roombas run for up to 90 minutes per charge and then require restarting. The other Roombas automatically resume cleaning where they left off after returning on their own to their charging stations.
  • Dustbin self-emptying: Are you OK with emptying the Roomba’s dustbin periodically? Three Roomba models, the i3+, i7+, and s9+, include a sizeable central dustbin in the charging station and use a dedicated suction system to empty the robot vacuum’s smaller onboard dustbin. The models with dustbins generally cost $200 more than the same robot vacs without the self-emptying feature. Still, the extra cost may be worth it to enable the robot vacuum to keep going until your home floors are entirely clean, pausing to recharge and empty the dustbin as necessary and then resuming where it left off.
  • Digital features: Roomba models include various levels of digital wizardry. The Roomba 614 is the only model that cannot connect with smart homes and respond to voice commands. The Roomba 675 and above make recommendations for personalized cleaning and seasonal cleaning schedule. Roombas with advanced navigation and mapping capabilities can store data on individual rooms and clean specific areas on request via the iRobot mobile app.
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