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“April showers bring May flowers”—and also, messes. Mud, pollen, dust, and debris create a cocktail of allergy-inducing muck; the cleaning of which will eat up hours of your time. There’s a better way: a robot vacuum (or mop) will take care of the day-to-day cleaning and free up your hands to tackle more important tasks around your home. Several models are on sale, so get a head start on your spring cleaning for less.

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If you’re new to the world of robot vacuums, these devices are a lot better than the oversized hockey pucks that used to bounce around your floors like a 90s-era screen saver. These devices now have onboard mapping technology utilizing LiDAR and video inputs to accurately recognize obstacles and draw routes, and you really don’t need to worry about battery life or suction power too much either as all of these have pretty decent Pa ratings and return to their docks to charge autonomously.Your decisions will mostly involve whether you want a self-emptying bin, a mop attachment, or integration with a particular app or smart home service. There’s also the matter of much money you want to spend. Robot vacuums can get expensive, so let’s start the year by saving you some money.

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Shark AV2501S AI Robot Vacuum with Self-Empty BaseThe Shark AV2501S robot vacuum cleans in a precision grid (or “matrix”), which ensures that no spots are missed the way they would be with a single-row robot. 360-degree LiDAR vision creates a precision map of your home and detects and avoids objects so you don’t have to spend time picking up before the robot cleans. The bagless self-empty base can hold up to 30 days of dirt and debris and HEPA filtration traps 99.97% of allergens.

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Roborock Q7 Max+ Self-Emptying Robot VacuumThe Roborock Q7 Max offers both vacuuming and mopping with a self-emptying feature for an all-rounder that will enable you to be hands-free until it’s time to empty the dock. A combination of 4,200Pa suction and 11 oz of consistent mop pressure with 30 water flow levels, the Q7 Max+ can tackle any mess on any surface. Plus with precision mapping, it won’t miss an inch of your home as it navigates effectively and accurately via LiDAR.

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Ecovacs Deebot X2 Omni Robot Vacuum and MopThe Ecovacs Deebot X2 Omni is a two-in-one vacuum and mop that includes a complete auto-maintenance cleaning system. The included base has a two tanks for dirty and clean water, a dust bag, and a dryer for the mop, meaning the Deebot X2 Omni will clean your home and return to base to clean all of its components to prepare for its next cleaning session without you ever needing to get your hands dirty—at least for a while. With powerful suction of 8,000Pa (up from 5,000Pa) and a new D-shaped body for better corner and edge cleaning it earned PCMag’s Editor’s Choice award as “ the best two-in-one robot vacuum and mop” that builds upon the impressive performance of its predecessor, the X1.

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iHome AutoVac Juno Robot VacuumWith 2000pa suction power and up to 100 minutes of run time, the iHome AutoVac Juno will clean your floors, row by row, and return to its charger once the job is complete. Intelligent features like a drop sensor and smart app connectivity make it so that you won’t have to lift a finger until it’s time to empty your robot vacuum.
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Which robot vacuum is most reliable?Most robot vacuums are reliable when it comes to getting rid of standard household detritus, but iRobot’s Roomba j9+ robot vacuum is user-friendly, intelligently avoids obstacles both large and small, and has strong suction power to get the job done.What is the number-one robot vacuum?If you need a robot vacuum that can do it all, our pick for best overall vacuum and mop hybrid is the Ecovacs Deebot X2 OMNI, which features hygienic hot-water mop washing, better corner cleaning thanks to its D-shape, and a whopping 8,000Pa of suction power . It’s not cheap, though; the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo N8 Pro+ and and Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL R101AE are more budget-friendly options.Is there a robot vacuum better than the Roomba?Our top-rated robot vacuum picks include a number of brands beyond iRobot’s Roomba, including Ecovacs, Shark, Roborock, Eufy, and Bissell. We find that the Bissell is the best basic, budget-friendly combo model with quiet operation and compatibility with cleaning solution—something other robot mop models do not recommend. It’s advised that you use Bissell’s own brand of cleaning solution as other brands may harm your robot and void the warranty.  And the diminutive Eufy RoboVac G30 is best for tight spaces.How We Test Robot VacuumsIf you were ever wondering how we test robo vacuums (and mops), we look at the following factors: set-up and app experience, navigation and cleaning performance, as well as design and battery life. That way we can truly determine which vacuums are worth your time and which ones suck. Wait. No, they all suck. Wait. We’ll let you know the good ones and the not so good ones. There. Fixed it.

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