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This self-emptying Roomba was a Prime Day best seller this year and is ‘astonishingly good’ at keeping your home clean

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ICYMI, Amazon announced that Prime Day 2022 was the biggest Prime Day the retail giant has seen, with over $1.7 billion saved and more than 60,000 items purchased per minute. Excuse me while I pick my jaw off the floor.

Considering so many people took part in the madness of Prime Day, it’s only natural to be nosy about everyone’s hauls. One of the biggest Prime Day best sellers this year was a Roomba robot vacuum. However, this isn’t just any robot vacuum; it’s the iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal — and it’s high-tech as all hell.

iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal, $766.99

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$766.99 at Amazon

While the Roomba robot vacuums are yearly Prime Day top sellers, shoppers decided to splurge on this investment purchase to use for years to come.

Think of the Roomba i7+ as the rest of the Roomba lineup’s smarter, more advanced cousin. It has 10 times the suction power compared to other top-selling robot vacuums and fits effortlessly into your life. Have an Alexa or Google Assistant? Just say, “Tell Roomba to clean under the kitchen table” and poof, the mess is gone without lifting a finger.

It can clock multiple rooms and floor plans so it won’t keep gliding headfirst into the coffee table; it also detects carpet automatically to ramp up suction when needed. The robot vacuum returns to its base after cleaning and automatically dumps the dirt into a large bag that can hold up to 60 days of debris.

Yes, the price is steep compared to other models out there. However, nearly every Amazon shopper says the Roomba i7+ is worth the price. This review says it best: “I have been actively looking for things that it does ‘wrong’ or that I don’t like. Needless to say, I have failed because it is AWESOME.”

The masses must be right if something is a consistent top seller whether it’s discounted on Prime Day or full price.

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