iRobot Roomba E5 Is Wi-Fi Capable, Works With Alexa And Google Assistant, Costs Just $179 Today

The highly-rated iRobot Roomba with Wi-Fi is currently available to purchase for just $179.99. This current offer – which isn’t going to last forever – lets you make the purchase with an extremely impressive 28% discount applied.

With this robotic vacuum, you are going to be getting the powerful performance and excellent suction quality. The hardware pulls in stubborn dirt and messes with a 3-stage cleaning system and 5x power-lifting suction. It’s also possible to get full control over the vacuum directly from within the accompanying app and via a digital voice assistant that you may already have set up.

The Roomba’s unique dual multi-surface rubber brushes don’t get tangled with pet hair, making it the ideal robot for homes with pets, and the brushes adjust and flex to stay in constant contact with carpets and hard floors. The inclusive high-efficiency filter traps 99% of cat and dog allergens to get a truly unique and clean experience.

It has adaptive navigation technology, dirt detection sensors, and has the ability to learn from your voice and cleaning habits to make its own intelligent schedule. For homeowners who are looking for an automated and intelligent system that will take all of the hassles out of cleaning carpets and hard floors, then this could be the perfect deal on a product that’s extremely highly rated and essentially paved the way for robotic vacuum cleaners to even exist.

As part of the Amazon Renewed Guarantee, the product is guaranteed to look and work like new and is backed by the aforementioned 90-day the aforementioned guarantee. Hopefully, this should take away some of the worries that people may have when it comes to purchasing renewed hardware.

Buy: iRobot Roomba E5 (5150) Robot Vacuum, Renewed from Amazon: $179.99 | Original price: $250

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