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One that does both. Bissell Spinwave Hard Floor ExpertBoth vacuums and mops.

It’s time. Time to stop toiling over your floors and let a robot handle it like you’re in an episode of “The Jetsons.” The robot vacuums below can do whatever it is you need from your new vac friend, whether that’s scooting under furniture, mapping out a path to clean, tackling designated areas or even emptying itself for you. And on top of that, there’s a few well-reviewed mopping robots in the mix as well, and they’re all on sale at Amazon right nowBlack Friday. Do not wait.

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Eufy’s BoostIQ RoboVac11S slim (40% Discount)
Eufy’s BoostIQ11S is a solid choice for those who need a reliable vacuum that can do the job without any hassles and doesn’t drain your wallet. This vacuum cleans quiet, goes under most furniture and can save you hours of manually vacuuming. You can use the remote control to send it off without having to leave your couch.

Review:Since 2007, I have been an iRobot Roomba customer. After my last Roomba died this month, I spent a lot of time researching before purchasing a new one. The Eufy was my choice for price, power, quietness and design. It is extremely affordable. It’s almost affordable enough to consider buying another for my second floor. At the moment, I will just transport it upstairs. The suction power is stronger than the Roombas’. You can pick up pet hair and dust. The robot vacuum is used as an additional vacuum when we vacuum our home every two weeks with Dyson. After the first cleaning, I was stunned at the amount of dust in my dustbin!It was cleaned as shown in the attached photo. You can also see the dust filter that collects a lot. According to one video review, it did not pick up any dust from the filter. My carpet may be particularly dusty because of the thick layer it gets after each cleaning. — LB

Get it for $137.98 (originally $229.99).

Bissell Spinwave vacuum and mop (38%)
This Bissell “hardfloor expert”, unlike many other robotic vacuum-mop units that just drag a cloth around floors, accepts cleaning solutions and comes with two mop heads that can be washed. They are spinners! The SpinWave can spin even when in mopping mode. You’re done.

Review:I have an older Bissell vacuum cleaner and bought this new model to replace it. My old Bissell robot vacuum was great and I have received nothing but praises for this new model. It is close enough to ground that it can clean underneath my couch, sofa and table. This is what I cannot say about any vacuum before. It is actually quieter than my previous model so it was pleasant to be surprised. It can both vacuum and mop. That’s the real winner. It works upstairs in my hardwood-tile house. This is a great solution for lazy people like me who don’t enjoy mopping and sweeping.While it won’t replace deep cleaning of the home, it can do a good job as someone who has a cat. It also cleans more efficiently than the old model which was just randomly bouncing around. It seems to have missed fewer areas. — Mitchell Reatini

Get it for $249 (originally $399.99).

Roborock S4 Max laser navigation (150/35% Discount)
Although basic robot vacuums can be great, it can sometimes get frustrating to see them randomly wandering around your house. The Roborock S4 Max is a smart, little robot that uses laser navigation and sucks dirt in a well-planned path. Use the built-in maps to define no-go areas, set cleaning times, or schedule clean ups. You can use it for up to 180 minutes with a single charge.

Review:It is an amazing robot vacuum that has tons of awesome features. I originally tried a competitor’s robot because of a sale, but decided to try the Roborock robots because of the LiDAR navigation…This robot has all the epic features of the S4 but dominates carpets (carefully pulling dog hair out of the carpets with zero damage to the carpet) and moves with ease over thresholds. This robot doesn’t have an automatic empty bin, but it takes 20 seconds to snap out the dustbin and empty it, so I’m not putting a lot of stock into that feature. It’s the ideal robot vacuum. I did a lot of research into the available options and put 3 robots through the paces, and the Roborock S4 MAX really outperformed anything else I’ve seen. If you are looking for a really smart bot to basically automate your daily sweeping around your house—look no further!”

Get it for $279.99 when you click to apply the coupon (originally $429.99).

The Roomba who empties herself (31% Discount)
The robot vacuum automatically emptys the dust bin. This iRobot Roomba i6+ (6550) robot vacuum has automatic dirt disposal — it will suck out the contents of its dust bin automatically so you only have to deal with that about once every 60 days. You can set vacuum schedules, or use Alexa to control the robot’s location. Luxurious.

Review:We have 2 Bernese, and 2 cats. It is hard to believe the hair, dirt and other effluvia. It is approximately 2200 square feet. We have now purchased our third Roomba. It’s far and away our favorite. This is one MONSTER. First of all, it’s much quieter than the other two. The 770 was slow and sloppy, but it cleans faster than the 770. Smart design of the brush and roller means that less hair is wrapped around the rollers in Gordian knots, like the 770 or the 980. Even though the auto emptying feature is a great idea, it sounds like an aircraft carrier’s deck while it fills. We use the Dyson to clean our floor once a week. However, the bin sensors can get a little too sensitive. Twice now, I’ve been told to clean them – but the good news is that the bin (except for the air filter) is dishwasher safe. I know it’s pricey. This is the best thing for multiple pets with hair. — Bernerman

Get it for $549 (originally $799.99).

A Samsung Jetbot (34% off)
You can leave this machine on your hard floor and it will mop. The dual mop heads are kept clean by two water tanks. Although it won’t be able to map your house like robot vacuums do, it can avoid furniture, carpets and falls down stairs. It’s also slim enough so it could even reach the spot in between your bathroom and toilet. You can wash the mop head and reuse it. It also has a handheld mode that you can use to clean windows or wall tile. The mop doesn’t require a dock and won’t take up much floor space when it’s not being used.

Review:“I had previously purchased the iRobot 240, but it was returned. I began looking for a similar product on the market that can take care of one room and do the job thoroughly. So I was intrigued by this bot and decided to give it another shot. It doesn’t offer a virtual wall, but that is what I want.It does the job better than the iRobot 240, thanks to its superior sensors and navigation algorithm.. The pad of this robot has its own wheels. This makes it able to take care more land in one run than an iRobot that only has two wheels. If you’re looking for something compact and yet efficient, this robot might be the right choice. — Joey Z.

Get it for $198 (regularly $299.99).

Eufy’s BoostIQ RoboVac Max 15C Max (39% Off)
This robot will take care of your hardwood and carpet floors. The high-suction vacuum can be connected to Wi-Fi to allow you to power it from far away or schedule it to clean. The vacuum is just 2.85 inches in height and can be used under most furniture.

Review:“We are a mixed family with five teenage boys and have a dog, cat, as well as a cat. It would have saved me a lot of anxiety from walking on muddy floors or fighting teens who vacuum. It’s my third day of use and it is absolutely wonderful! The brush did stop at one stage due to long hair. Three teens have long hair so it’s not surprising that it alerted me via my smartphone. It took only a few minutes to get it back up and running again. It is doing an amazing job. It’s doing a great job! I have just downloaded it from my work phone and I will be cleaning the floors at home tonight.I am so pleased with my purchase It would be so nice if the dishwasher could empty! — Kat

Get it for $169.99 (regularly $279.99).

Reviewers may have had their writing edited to improve grammar and length.

Source: HuffPost.com.

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