Robot vacuum cleaner Roborock as part of Amazon’s Spring Sale. Overall, there are dozens of discounted items available, from standard robot vacuums to handheld cleaners.

The most enticing offer here is probably the company’s , which is 30 percent off. This brings the price down to $700, a record low for the device. It’s a vacuum/mop hybrid that automatically deposits debris in a connected dock. Roborock says the dock is large enough, at 2.5 liters, to store up to seven weeks of dirt and dust before a trip to the bin is required.


It’s also powerful enough to clean hardwood, tile, carpet and even thick carpets. It boasts the same kind of light and infrared imaging technology as rival robovacs, so it will automatically avoid hazards on the floor. The companion app gives access to a 3D map of the space, allowing people to adjust cleaning routes as they see fit. We’ve consistently enjoyed Roborock vacuums, but found the app to be a bit wonky.

The company’s Q5 robot vacuum cleaner , which is a 49 percent drop in price. It’s an entry-level product that lacks many of the S8+’s premium features, but is still a great choice for simple cleaning tasks. The Q5 can handle pet hair, dust, dirt, and all kinds of debris with ease, even though it doesn’t have a mop function. The battery lasts three hours before requiring a charge, which is a decent figure. It also integrates with voice assistants.

Other deals include the Roborock Q8 Max, which has a mop but no self-draining dock, for $400, and the Dyad Pro combo wet/dry handheld vacuum. This cordless vacuum costs $460 throughout the sale period, which is a 30 percent discount.

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