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This robot vacuum just dropped to $99 in Walmart Black Friday deal

The Eufy 25c next to a phone with its app
(Image credit: Eufy)

Black Friday deals give you a great opportunity to save on robot vacuums, but you don't necessarily have to wait until the day after Thanksgiving. Case in point: This Eufy Robovac 25C, which is marked down to just $99 (opens in new tab) on Walmart starting today. 

If you're a Walmart Plus member, you can take advantage of the deal starting at 3 p.m. ET; otherwise, you'll have to wait until 7 pm ET. Here's how to sign up for Walmart Plus. Be sure to check out all our other Walmart Black Friday deals, too.

Eufy Robovac 25C: was $149, now $99 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
This robot vacuum delivers 1500Pa of suction power, has a three-brush system to sweep up debris, and a 0.6-liter dustbin. At 2.85 inches high, it's also very slim, and should be able to fit under a lot of your furniture. 

While the Robovac 25C doesn't have mapping capabilities like some of its more expensive cousins, it can be controlled from your smartphone and linked to other Eufy smart home devices. You can also connect it to Alexa and Google Assistant, and use those smart assistants to tell the 25C to start cleaning. 

The Eufy Robovac 25C is one of the company's least expensive robot vacuums (though not by much; the Robovac G30 is around $300) so it's not as powerful a cleaner. It also lacks mapping capabilities, so you can't direct it to individual rooms; just turn it on and let it do its thing as it bounces around your floors.

However, it's just as slim and is more powerful than the Robovac 11S, which was one of our favorite budget robot vacuums for its low profile and fairly good cleaning scores. And, at $99, it's not a bad option to consider at this price.

Michael A. Prospero is the deputy editor at Tom’s Guide. He oversees the Homes, Smart Home, and Fitness/Wearables categories, but also tests out the latest standing desks, webcams, drones, and electric scooters. He has worked at Tom's Guide for many a year; before that, he was the Reviews Editor for Laptop Magazine, a reporter at Fast Company, and, many eons back, an intern at George magazine. When he’s not testing out the latest running watch, electric scooter, or skiing or training for a marathon, he’s probably using the latest sous vide machine, smoker, or pizza oven, to the delight or chagrin of his family.