Well what do we have here, bargain hunters? If you’ve been on the lookout for a great deal on a Roomba robot vacuum with built-in Alexa support, look no further because we just found one of the best Roomba deals of all time. The iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum with Wi-Fi Connectivity is a great value at its normal price of $375. It features class-leading performance and great battery life, plus you can control it with Alexa commands. If you grab one right now on Amazon you’ll pay just $247.99, which is even less than retailers were charging on Black Friday. This is definitely a deal that shouldn’t be missed.
Here’s more info from the product page:
- Sleek, Premium design complements your home decor; includes 1 dual mode virtual wall barrier for more control over where your robot cleans
- 3-Stage cleaning system and dual Multi-Surface brushes pick up everything from small particles to large debris
- Patented dirt detect sensors alert roomba to work harder on concentrated areas of dirt, such as high-traffic zones of your home
- Full suite of intelligent sensors guide the robot under and around furniture to help thoroughly clean your floors
- Clean and schedule from anywhere with the iRobot home app; compatible with Amazon Alexa and the Google assistant
- Runs for up to 90 minutes before automatically docking and recharging
- Featuring these other roomba Robot essentials – Wi-Fi connectivity, edge-sweeping brush, auto-adjust cleaning head, works on carpets and hard floors
- Box Content: 1 Home Base Charging Station, 1 Extra AeroVac Filter, 1 Dual Mode Virtual Wall Barrier
- iRobot does not guarantee the quality or authenticity of products purchased from non-authorized resellers on Amazon, and they are not eligible for warranty or replacement from iRobot.
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