The self-charging iRobot Roomba 675 Wi-Fi robot vacuum cleaner on Amazon is down to $229.99. That’s a great price because in about six months it wasn’t on sale, and since January it hasn’t dropped that low.
It has a capacity of 0.6 liters to collect on your floors all the dirt and hair and stuff. The robot vac uses a three-stage cleaning system to loosen, lift, and then suck up the dirt. It can work and transition between hard floors and carpets. The multi-surface brushes work together and the auto-adjusting cleaning head moves up and down in height to clean the surface on whichever it is.
The sensors include a Patented Dirt Detector to help the Roomba detect where more dirt is found. It makes it a good alternative for high-traffic household areas such as the kitchen or living room. It can concentrate on those areas and work harder to make them as clean as possible. It has even an edge-shaped pin that works in an angle to remove dirt and scrap from edges and corners.
Other sensors help it navigate and even go under objects. It’s not going to get stuck on legs or corners, and it’s much less likely to drop ledges or stairs.
To control the robot, add schedules, and more, use the iRobot Home app. You can also use Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to control it with your voice. The 90-minute battery lasts long enough to get the job done by the Roomba, but if it doesn’t, it’s also smart enough to get back to its docking station, recharge it, and set out to finish the job.
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