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Save $100 on the Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum for Cyber Week

Say goodbye to pet hair and daily vacuuming, because you can score $101 off the Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum as one of the Amazon Cyber Week deals. Once listed at $280, this powerful, smart vacuum is on sale for just $179 this week. That’s a 36% savings!

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Though lesser discounts are common on this model, we’ve never seen it drop this low. This sale beats last year’s Black Friday price by $21. And while Walmart slashed the price for Christmas last year, this vacuum still only hit $199. If you’ve been waiting for bottom-of-the-barrel pricing on the Roomba 675, now’s your time to pounce.

Not only is this vacuum incredibly smart, but it does the job of removing pet hair, dirt, and debris with a three-stage cleaning system and three brushes designed to grab onto dirt. Sensors alert the vacuum when an area is particularly dirty, so it can focus its attention on that spot. Sensors also tell the vacuum how to navigate around furniture, move along edges, and stop at stairs. And it auto-adjusts to clean both carpet and hardwood, providing a thorough cleaning of your entire home. After a 90-minute run time, the Roomba 675 automatically docks and recharges. You can set cleaning schedules on the Roomba app to get started, and as the Roomba 675 learns your habits, it will suggest customized schedules for you. You can even control the vacuum with the sound of your voice using Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.

This isn’t the only deal on a robot vacuum we’ve seen this week, so if you’re looking for more advanced features, check out our Cyber Week robot vacuum deals. You’ll find newer Roomba models as well as the budget-friendly Eufy robot vacuum on sale.

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More Roomba deals available now

Before you decide that the Roomba 675 is the right choice for you, check out some of the other models in our Cyber Week Roomba deals. You may decide you don’t need the features that the newer models provide. In that case, you should grab the Roomba 675 this week. And while you’re finishing up your holiday shopping, take a peek at all our Cyber Week deals. We’ve found great discounts on everything from laptops to security systems to fitness trackers. There’s something for everyone on your list, and you won’t believe some of these sales.

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