You probably take account of factors such as how well dirt is sucked, whether it bears virtual barriers, and how thoroughly it maps your floors if you shop for a robot vacuum cleaner. But more and more vacuums can also empty their dustbin automatically these days. A Roomba which removes its own garbage? In fact, there are a few Roomba models with docking stations for CleanBase, and right now one of them is on sale for $100 off. The iRobot Roomba i7 Plus is worth $699.
The iRobot Roomba i7 Plus usually sells for about $800. This vacuum docks at the iRobot’s CleanBase, where vacuuming sessions worth approximately a month are held, provided you plan cleaning of the Roomba every day. Up to about 4,000 square feet, the i7 Plus maps your entire home and stores it in memory. To direct the vacuum to clean specific parts of the house, you can name each room and use voice commands (via Alexa or Google).
As these gadgets go, $700 is still costly, particularly when you consider that you can get a model like the Neabot self-emptying robot for as little as $424. But if you want a Roomba badge on the front of your robot vacuum, that’s a good deal, because it’s the best price for the i7 Plus ever.