We basically live in the future, so why are you still vacuuming your own home? I'm not suggesting you hire a cleaning service or anything like that. There are loads of affordable models to choose from whether you've got high pile carpets or all wood floors. This robot vacuum is designed to grab long fibers (a.k.a. It only costs $180 on Amazon, which is already a bargain price for an efficient robot vacuum.
Robotic vacuums are the hottest thing to hit the cleaning market since the Swiffer. Pretty soon every home will have a little robot vacuum running around doing the dirty work. But that day won't be today unless you plan on dishing out (and justifying) a few hundred bucks for a Roomba. ECOVACS DEEBOT's Slim2 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner, however, is making robot vacuum life look a lot more possible. It offers the convenience of a robotic vacuum without breaking the bank.
One of our favorite smart robot vacuums is under $200 right now (Photo: Reviewed.com) If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY's newsroom and any business incentives. Wouldn't it be nice if you could hire someone else to clean your home for you without actually having to invite a stranger into your home? A robot vacuum is basically the perfect solution, at least when it comes to keeping your floors tidy.
For those that want a helping hand, an automated robot vacuum is a great way to keep the dirt at bay. If you don't need the fanciest features like Alexa integration, then an above average robot vacuum shouldn't could more than $300. This model has an MSRP of $399, but retails for as low as $187. It gets positive user reviews, and fared exceptionally well in our tests--outperforming even the popular iRobot Roomba 770 and 880. In a week of cleaning, we estimate the Eufy will pick up about as much as a traditional vacuum would in a few hours.
We may not have reached the age of The Jetsons where robot maids like Rosie are commonplace, but we do have something close: robot vacuums. These little helpers rove around our homes and do all the (floor) cleaning for us when we're too exhausted after a long day at work or when we're just feeling particularly lazy. SEE ALSO: Which robot vacuum should you get? This guide can help you figure it out. But having the luxury to sit back and relax while someone, err, something else does the dirty work for you doesn't come cheap.