UPDATE: Well, you guys definitely swarmed at this deal! It’s unfortunately sold out now, but here’s another great robot vacuum you can get for less than $100:

EARLIER: The HÖHM DIRTBOT 2.0 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner doesn’t come with the same type of name recognition as iRobot’s Roomba lineup, but don’t let that deter you. This is one of the best robot vacuums you can get at the $200 price point, and it has been very popular with our readers in the past. Well if you thought it was a good value at $200, today’s Amazon sale is going to blow you away. Until supplies sell out, Amazon is offering this hot robot vacuum cleaner for just $79.95. There’s a good chance it’ll be sold out by the end of the day, so definitely grab one while you can.

Here’s some info from the product page:

  • HÖHM DIRTBOT 2.0 ROBOTIC VACUUM: Systematically remove pet hair, dirt, dust and debris with a push of a button. Effectively clean hardwood, tile, marble and granite floors as well as area rugs.
  • ULTRA THIN DESIGN: The DIRTBOT 2.0 will go where no vacuum has been before. Keep dust & dirt in check under beds, sofas and other hard-to-reach places. With only 2.4in/6cm in height your DIRTBOT 2.0 will leave no nook and cranny untouched.
  • DOUBLE CLEANING SYSTEM: Your Dirtbot 2.0 tackles dirt in two ways: It’s two rotating, EXTRA-LONG SIDE BRUSHES pull dirt from corners and edges under the appliance where its met by the powerful suction of its 15W DC Motor.
  • HÖHM SMART SENSOR TECHNOLOGY: A sophisticated 3-Sensor Feedback Mechanism will keep your DIRTBOT 2.0 away from stairs and drops higher than 5cm/2in and ensures careful cleaning around sensible furniture.
  • HÖHM CLEAN AIR FILTER TECHNOLOGY: An easily removable HEPA PET & ALLERGY FRIENDLY FILTER ensures that dust stays where it belongs and keeping it out of your living area | DUAL CLEANING MODE: Operate your DIRTBOT 2.0 via Remote or AUTO CLEANING MODE

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