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Cyber Monday robot vacuum deals 2021 — the best sales still available

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Don't miss out on Cyber Monday robot vacuum deals, because they are flying off the digital shelves and will soon be gone. 

For the next few hours, you can still find massive discounts on the best robot vacuums, which are great for keeping your house clean with minimal effort from you. Plus, it sounds really cool to say you have a robot cleaning your house.

With so many different types and brands available, it can be hard to pick out the best robot vacuum Cyber Monday deals. Luckily, we’ve done the work for you and have found the biggest sales. We've never seen so many robot vacuum models under $200, so this is the perfect opportunity to invest in a cleaning machine that suits your needs.

Don't forget there are loads more Cyber Monday deals available as well, so be sure to check them out. 

Best Cyber Monday robot vacuum deals now

Cyber Monday robot vacuum deals you can still get

Roomba Cyber Monday deals

iRobot Braava jet 240: was $199 now $169 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
iRobot's original mopping robot is marked down $30 in this Cyber Monday sale. The Braava jet 240 has three modes (wet mopping, damp mopping and dry sweeping), a virtual wall mode, and a vibrating head to remove dried-on spills. 

iRobot Roomba 692: was $299 now $174 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
This bump-and-clean robot vacuum is enhanced with the Roomba app, which adds some higher end bells and whistles -- like geofencing -- that are typically found on more expensive robot vacuums. But, it works with Alexa , and its 3-stage cleaning system and multi-surface brushes are very effective with pet hair and other dirt.

iRobot Roomba 694: was $274 now $179 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Roomba 694 is a slightly less expensive version of the 692, with many of the same traits. This robot vacuum can also be controlled by the excellent Roomba app, which lets you program it to vacuum at certain times. It also has multi-surface brushes are very effective with pet hair and other dirt.

iRobot - Braava jet m6 Wi-Fi Connected Robot Mop - White: was $449 now $349 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)

If you're after something that sweeps as well as cleans the floor, this  iRobot robot mop is a great deal. Saving $100, it can navigate around the home with its Smart mapping tools, and you can even customize cleaning schedules.  

iRobot Roomba i3+: was $599 now $399 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Check availability — The Roomba i3+ has a self-emptying base that takes up to 60 days to fill, removing yet another chore from your to-do list. Normally $599, you can get the Roomba i3+ for $200 less with this deal. 

iRobot Roomba i7 (7150): was $699 now $549 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you’re after a more premium, robot vacuum that is good for pet hair, this iRobot i7 is a great offer. With a powerful pickup and performance, ideal for pet owners. Not only does it have Smart Mapping to know the layout of your home, but it empties itself out after use. What's more, the Roomba i7 robot vacuum and Braava jet m6 robot mop team up to vacuum then mop automatically. 

iRobot Roomba j7+: was $849 now $649 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
We weren't sure if it would happen, but it has: iRobot's newest robot vacuum is on sale. You can now get a generous $200 off this latest model. It stands out for guaranteeing to avoid pet poop, and it's so effective that it's taken the top spot as the best Roomba we've tested. It comes with a self-empty cleaning base and it's one of the smartest robot vacuums we've seen — it learns more with each run. 

Roomba S9+: was $1,299 now $1,099 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Roomba S9+ is the company's most advanced and best at picking up dirt and debris. Its clean base can store several weeks' worth of dirt so you don't have to empty it out after every cleaning, and it can be programmed to clean specific areas of your house.

Roomba S9+ and Braava Jet m6: was $1,599 now $1,299 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Did you know Roomba's robot vacuums can talk to each other? When the S9 is finished vacuuming, it can tell the m6 to start mopping the floors — a potent one-two punch in keeping your house tidy. This Cyber Monday deal takes $300 off the combo.

Shark robot vacuum Cyber Monday deals

Shark EZ Robot Vacuum RV912S with Self-Empty Base: was $549 now $299 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Shark EZ's base can hold up to 30 days of debris, and its design means you don't have to spend extra for bags. The vacuum has a multi-surface brush roll and a multi-stage filtration system, and can be controlled with Alexa or Google Assistant.  

Shark IQ w/ self-empty base: was $599 now $420 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Shark's own self-emptying robot vacuum is 29% off in this Cyber Monday deal. Unlike Roomba, Shark uses a bagless collection system, so you don't have to purchase additional bags. It can hold up to a month of dirt and debris. The vacuum itself has mapping capabilities and can be controlled with Alexa.

Shark AV2501AE AI Robot Vacuum: was $649 now $449 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Shark's newest robot vacuum currently has $200 off, which is a great deal if you want the latest tech. It comes with a self-empty base which has a 60 day capacity — twice the length of its predecessors, and you can set no-go zones as well as target specific rooms on the app. If you want to control it by voice it works with Alexa and Google Assistant.  

Roborock robot vacuum Cyber Monday deals

Roborock S7: was $649 now $454 (opens in new tab)
The Roborock S7 is the best hybrid robot vacuum/mop we've tested and you can now get it on sale. We found it was accurate at detecting carpet, fast at mapping out the home and effective at picking up dust and debris in a single sweep. You can now save $155 on it through Amazon.  

Roborock S6 MaxV Robot Vacuum Cleaner: was $749 now $459 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
You can save an impressive $290 on the Roborock S6 MaxV model with this deal. This robot vacuum comes with some of the latest features, including remote viewing from the vacuum's perspective and obstacle recognition — so running over pet poo is a thing of the past. There's a mopping function as well, so it will give your floors the full treatment.  

Samsung robot vacuum Cyber Monday deals

Samsung Jet Bot Robot Vacuum with Intelligent Power Control: was $599 now $449 @ Samsung (opens in new tab)
If you don't need the cleaning base, you can get the Samsung Jet Bot separately from Samsung for $449. It comes with the same LiDar navigation technology and Wi-Fi connectivity. Plus, you can choose where you want it to clean by creating no-go zones and it will automatically adjust its power based on the surface.  

Samsung Jet Bot+ Robot Vacuum with Clean Station: was $799 now $599 @ Samsung (opens in new tab)
Samsung robot vacuums not only look the part, but offer some of the latest technology in these appliances. As well as a clean station which claims to trap 99.999% of fine dust, this robot vacuum features LiDar Sensor-Precision Mapping, which means its maps are as accurate as it gets, all of which you can control from your phone. It will also adjust its power based on the floor type, saving precious battery life. 

Eufy robot vacuum Cyber Monday deals

Anker Eufy 25C: was $149 now $99 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
The Anker Eufy 25C is one of the least-expensive robot vacs we've seen. The smart vac can be controlled via smartphone app or via voice commands. It features a triple brush cleaning system and can clean both carpets and hard floors. Best of all, it has built-in drop-sensing technology that prevents it from falling down a flight of stairs. 

Eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 11S: was $229 now $137 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you've got low clearance under your furniture, then this is the bot to get. The 11S model from Eufy is designed with a particularly thin body for this very purpose. It will automatically increase its power when it senses carpet, and it will run for up to 100 minutes before needing a recharge. It comes with a remote control for programming, and at $137, this is as cheap as they come.  

Eufy RoboVac G30 Verge: was $349 now $144 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
This excellent early offer will save you $205, as well as get your home spotless. This powerful robovac is equipped with a Path Tracking Sensor and Home Mapping, so it knows your home and cover all surfaces. Control it via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, and you can even set boundary strips if you don’t want to disturb anyone. In addition, it’s incredibly quiet so you won’t even know it’s there. A great deal to snap up fast. 

Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 15C MAX: was $279 now $169 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The 15C model from Eufy comes with Wi-Fi connectivity as well as voice control via Alexa and Google Assistant. It will automatically increase its power when it senses a different floor type and can run for up to 100 minutes before needing a recharge. Through the app, you can set cleaning schedules as well as receive notifications of its progress.  

Neato robot vacuum deals

Neato D8: was $599 now $349 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Meant for smaller homes and apartments, the D8 has a 100-minute runtime and can cover up to 750 square feet on a  charge. Like Neato's other robot vacuums, it has Lidar and room-mapping capabilities and a High-Performance filter that traps up to 99.5% of allergens.

Neato D10: was $799 now $699 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
You might be interested to learn that the Neato D10 currently has $100 off at Best Buy. With 300 minutes of runtime, it can cover 2,700 sq. ft. on a single charge. Plus it comes with three power settings: Eco, Turbo and Max, so you can adjust the power and extend the battery life where necessary. It also has a HEPA filter that can trap allergens as small as 0.3 microns.

Other robot vacuum Cyber Monday deals

iLife V3s Pro: was $159 now $111 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
One of the best budget robot vacuums is currently 30% off in this early Cyber Monday deal. The V3s Pro can't be controlled from a smartphone, nor does it have room mapping, but it's an excellent cleaner for the price.  

iLife V5s Pro-W Robot Vacuum and Mop: was $179 now $128 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
iLife's 2-in-1 vacuum/mop combo has its own water tank for mopping — it replaces the dirt tank — and boasts tangle-free suction making it an ideal vacuum to pick up pet hair. When this vacuum gets low on power, it will automatically search out its docking station to recharge. You can save a little more than $50 right now at Walmart.

ECOVACS Robotics DEEBOT N79: was $249 now $134 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This is the deal to get if you want a budget robot vacuum that will get the job done. Despite the very reasonable price tag, it comes with Wi-Fi connectivity as well as voice control via Alexa or Google Assistant. It also has a 120 minute run time before needing to be recharged and features multiple cleaning modes to suit different floor types. You can save 46% on it now with this deal. 

Bissell SpinWave Hard Floor Expert Pet Robot: was $399 now $249 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you want a powerful robot vac that can mop your floors , this is a great deal. Equipped with an In Dry Cleaning Mode, Triple Action Cleaning System, rotating mop pads, and powerful suction with up to 1500 Pa. In addition, the battery provides up to 130 minutes run time and 4-5 recharge time. A great deal to save serious cash. 

iHome AutoVac Nova: was $599 now $249 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
This robot vacuum deal from Walmart is very reasonable considering it comes with a self-empty base. It's app compatible and can also be voice-controlled via Alexa and Google Assistant. You can set specific areas to clean or no-go zones if you want to avoid an expensive rug. On top of this, it functions as a mop as well as a vacuum to give the finishing touches. 

Ecovacs DEEBOT T8+: was $749 now $449 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
For those after a great vacuum and mop robot combo, save $150 with this Ecovacs offer. With an integrated sweeping and mopping feature, it comes with a 240ml water tank and OZMO system for precise mopping control. It also has an advanced TrueMapping technology to learn the layout of your home. This is certainly value for money.

What type of robot vacuum should I buy on Cyber Monday?

The answer to this depends entirely on your needs and budget. 

Basic robot vacuums, which typically cost less than $200, will simply run around your home randomly, picking up debris, and then returning to its charging base. You will need to empty its dust bin between runs, and it generally will lack smartphone connectivity, but many will come with a remote control.

Robot vacuums that cost more than $200 will generally have additional features, such as the ability to control them from your smartphone or with a voice assistant like Alexa and Google Assistant. 

Other features to look for include mapping and no-go zones, so you can tell them to vacuum specific rooms, and stay out of other places. 

One of the newest — and more expensive —types of robot vacuums are self-empty models which come with a large cleaning base. The robot vacuum essentially detects when its dust bin is full and returns to its base to empty the load. In doing this, the vacuum can go for 30-60 days before you need to empty it. This is a great feature if you have allergies as you're not exposed to the dust particles so much, and it certainly adds to the convenience.   

Other types of robot vacuums include robot mops, which will independently mop your floors once you've finished vacuuming. If you already own a robot vacuum and want a robot mop to compliment, remember you will need to set the two to clean in the correct order —  vacuum then mop. Some can actually communicate with each other, so you don't need to worry about this, such as the Roomba s9+ and the Braava jet m6.  

Then there's Hybrid robot vacuum mops which can do both tasks, although in our experience, these aren't as effective as the independent cleaners. The one exception to this is the Roborock S7, which performs well in both respects.

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.