Prime Day robot vacuum deals are springing up in advance of the Prime Big Deal Days event that runs October 10 and October 11. Whether you're getting your first robot vac or upgrading from an older model, now’s your chance to do it at a great price.
You'll find lower prices on everything from entry-level options to more advanced robot vacuums that offer self-emptying bases and object recognition. In some cases, you'll even find models with prices that dip below $100.
Just because you’re getting great value doesn’t mean the performance will suffer either. In fact, we tested most of the models here for our best robot vacuums buying guide. We've also included robot mop and robot mop/vacuum deals. Remember to keep checking back for the best Prime Day robot vacuum deals over the course of today.
If you're after a Roomba in particular, be sure to also check out the best Prime Day Roomba deals, updated for Amazon's October sale. Smart home expert Kate Kozuch has also highlighted the nine best Roomba deal at Amazon right now.
5 best Prime Day robot vacuum deals
- iLife V3s Pro: was $159 now $99 @ Amazon
- Roborock S7-WHT: was $649 now $399 @ Walmart
- iRobot Braava jet m6: was $449 now $349 @ Amazon
- Samsung Jet Bot AI+ Robot Vacuum Cleaner: was $1,299 now $829 @ Amazon
- Shark AV753 Ion: was $229 now $129 @ Amazon
Best Prime Day robot vacuum deals
iLife V3s Pro: was $159 now $99 @ Amazon
Our favorite budget robot vacuum cleaner just got cheaper. While it lacks the smarts of more expensive models, the V3s Pro is an excellent robo vac, picking up virtually everything we threw in its path — including pet hair. In our iLife V3s Pro review, we named the Editor's Choice vacuum the best budget cleaner. This Prime exclusive deal brings the price down to the lowest it's ever been.
iRobot Roomba i4 Evo: was $399 now $199 @ Amazon
This robot vacuum offers all of the smart features you would expect, but for a great price. It will detect dirtier areas of your floors and clean those spots more thoroughly as it works. Plus, it’s smart enough to make suggestions for your schedule too, such as recommending more vacuuming during pollen season or when pets are more likely to shed. It’s now at its lowest price ever.
Shark IQ AV1010AE: was $599 now $398 @ Amazon
For big savings, check out this deal on the Shark IQ AV1010AE robot vacuum. You'll get a self-emptying base that can hold up to 45 days of debris. The vacuum cleaner's brushroll works on both carpets and floors, and Shark promises faster mapping compared to its RV1001AE model.
Samsung Jet Bot AI+ Robot Vacuum Cleaner: was $1,299 now $829 @ Amazon
If you want the latest technology for a good price, look no further. The Samsung Jet Bot AI+ is almost half off this Prime Day, with a substantial savings of $470. Thanks to its object recognition, it avoids obstacles as it cleans with ease. Plus, it can adjust its power based on floor type for a deeper and more appropriate clean. You can even stream its progress live from your phone using the on-board camera to keep an eye on your pets. For more info on its performance, read our Samsung Jet Bot AI+ review.
Shark AV753 Ion: was $229 now $129 @ Amazon
The Shark AV753 robot vac uses a tri-brush system to handle debris on carpets and hard floors while sensors help it avoid stairs and furniture. You able to schedule cleanings via an app that also lets you start and stop vacuuming sessions at will.
Robot mop/vacuum deals
iLife V5s Pro: was $179 now $114 @ Walmart
Not all vacuum deals come from Amazon. This is a pretty cheap way to get a 2-in-1 robot vacuum, as the iLife V5s is as adept at sweeping as it is mopping. You will have to replace the device's dirt tank with a water tank when it's time to mop, though. Expect around 100 minutes of cleaning on one charge, and the V5s returns to its dock automatically when it's time to recharge.
Robot mop deals
iRobot Braava jet m6: was $449 now $349 @ Amazon
The best robot mop we've tested is currently on sale at Amazon. In our Braava jet m6 review, we found this device was the best at cleaning up spills and stains on our floor. It also works with the Roomba S9 and i7—once they finish vacuuming, they can tell the m6 to start mopping.
How to find the best robot vacuum deals
The best robot vacuum deals typically take 20% to 50% off the cost of popular models, so any Prime Day deal with greater discounts should command your attention. Deals can lower the price of already inexpensive models as well as some of the pricier options with more advanced features.
Our robot vacuum buying guide has more advice on what to look for when you're shopping for these smart home gadgets.
Is it worth getting a robot vacuum?
Do you hate vacuuming? Do you have pets or messy children? Do you want to reclaim a little time from doing chores? If your answer to any of those questions is yes, then you might want to consider getting a robot vacuum.
Robot vacuums are designed to move around your home, picking up dirt, dust, and pet hair, so you don't have to vacuum yourself. And, if you have hardwood or tile floors, you can get robot vacuums that also mop, or get pure robot mops.
Robot vacuums can cost less than $200, or go up in price to more than $1,000; the higher you go, the better the performance you get, as well as more features such as the ability to control it from your smartphone, create schedules, and have them self-empty. Be sure to take a look at our best robot vacuums page for more information on what you get at various price points.
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