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Amazon knocks $265 off Shark IQ robot vacuum for Prime Day

We’re seeing some fantastic discounts on Smart Home gadgets and home appliances along with other Prime Day deals. Something that’s garnered a huge following is the robot vacuum. One of the most popular is the Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV1001AE. Right now, as part of Prime Day and while stock remains, you can get the Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV1001AE for $335. That’s an incredible $265 off its regular price of $600. Supplies are low, so if you want to take advantage of this deal, act now!

The Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV1001AE makes cleaning your home so ridiculously simple that you can strike it off your to-do list permanently. With Shark’s self-cleaning brushroll and bagless self-empty base, you can forget about vacuuming for up to a month. It’s super powerful, too, so you don’t need to worry about hidden dirt and debris. The self-cleaning brushroll even removes pet and long hair as it cleans, so there is no more hair wrap.

This robot vacuum intelligently cleans row-by-row. It has multi-stage filtration that locks in 99% of dust and allergens down to 1 micron. It has a slim, sleek design, so it can easily get under furniture and hard-to-reach places to make sure no dirt stays hidden. It maps your home and lets you set schedules or select rooms to clean immediately from anywhere.

And the entire process with this vacuum can be relatively hands-free, controlled from the SharkClean app and voice control. Best of all, the robot can recharge and resume – where it returns to the base, recharges, and can pick up where it left off. You don’t have to do a thing.

There are many amazing smart home deals happening right now, including Prime Day robot vacuum deals. But supplies of this Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL won’t last long and right now, it’s $265 off, which means you can get all that cleanliness and convenience for $335, down from its original price of $600.

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