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Spring cleaning sale takes $350 off our favorite Roombas

iRobot Roomba s9+ shown docked against a sky blue background
(Image credit: iRobot)

The season for spring cleaning is here and if you're in the market for a new vacuum, iRobot has one of the best robot vacuum deals we've seen. 

Currently, iRobot has the Roomba s9+ bundled with the Braava jet m6 and H1 handheld vacuum on sale for $1,399.97. That's $350 off and the lowest price we've seen this year seen for this bundle. We especially like this deal because both the Roomba s9+ and the Braava jet m6 won our Editor's Choice award. 

Roomba bundle: was $1,749 now $1,399 @ iRobot

Roomba bundle: was $1,749 now $1,399 @ iRobot
The ultimate smart home package, iRobot currently has its Roomba s9+ bundled with its Braava jet m6 and H1 handheld vac on sale for $1,399. That's $350 off and one of the best iRobot deals we've ever seen. Both robots won our Editor's Choice award and represent the very best iRobot has to offer. 

Normally priced at $1,099, the Roomba s9+ is one of the best Roombas you can buy. In our Roomba s9+ review, we said it was powerful and smart enough to actually replace a human with a corded vacuum cleaner. 

The Editor's Choice robot vacuum is smart enough to vacuum where it's needed and less in places where it's not. It works by mapping out the room it will clean. Via its app, you can insert and remove boundaries, like say your dog's food bowls. We also like that it features a self-emptying base designed to limit exposure to dust. Sure, it's loud, but it excelled at cleaning everything from dog hair to cat litter. 

Meanwhile, the Editor's Choice Braava jet m6 is one of the best robot mops you'll find. In our Braava jet m6 review, we found that iRobot's mop cleaned better than every other competitor. It uses the same tech as the s9+ to clean around your apartment while avoiding areas designated as off limits. 

Yes, there are cheaper robot vacs and mops out there, but if you want the best of the best — these are the two models we'd pick.

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.