Tired of vacuuming?! You can score this iRobot Roomba 581 Vacuum for $275 (regularly $549.99!) and free shipping (+ tax) from Groupon! This nifty vacuuming robot gobbles up 98% of dirt and dust with a three-stage cleaning system, automatic suspension system, and on-board scheduler. This would make for one nice Christmas gift!
In the box: one iRobot Roomba 581, three virtual wall lighthouses, one self-charging home base, one wireless command center, one rechargeable battery, one extra filter, one extra side brush, one extra bristle brush, one extra beater brush, one round brush-cleaning tool, and warranty information.
* Three-stage cleaning system sucks up 98% of dirt, dust, and debris
* Vacuum filter traps pollen, dust, and other allergens
* Suspension system automatically adjusts to different floor surfaces
* Spinning side brush and wall-following technology for efficient edge cleaning
* Cliff-detection sensors helps avoid stairs and other drop-offs
* Virtual wall lighthouses create invisible barriers for off-limits areas (require 2 C batteries each—not included)
* Command center lets you control all functions wirelessly
* Home base for docking, recharging, and safe zones during games of robot tag
* 1-year manufacturer’s limited warranty on robot
* 6-month manufacturer’s limited warranty on battery
The Fine Print
*Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 more as gifts. Free returns. Free shipping. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 2 1/2 weeks from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes.
As a comparison, Amazon sells this for over $400 with good reviews, so this seems like a great price!
Check out what other Amazon reviewers have said about this vacuum…
This product is great. I purchased it 2 months ago and it works good for now. Compare with roomba 530, it provides much more features and 3 lightrooms. That’s very important because I don’t need to config anything once I setup the system.
This Roomba replaced a 560 model. This 581 is much better. It cleans one room and then moves on to the next using the lighthouses. It comes with extra brushes and three virtual wall/lighthouses. The sensors must be better as it cleans for about an hour and still finds its home base and docks automatically whereas the 560 would just run out of gas and stop in a room where I would have to search to find it. I love this thing we call Goofy. It goes under all my kitchen cabinets without getting stuck and cleans my multiple rugs over my wood floor.
Let us know if you have a Roomba and what you think!