Grab the iRobot Roomba j7 for its lowest price ever, just $297

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The iRobot Roomba j7 is a pretty incredible vacuum, and today, you can pick it up for just $454. That’s going to save you $150 off of its regular price and actually makes this an all-time lowest price. Now if you do rather get the plus model with the auto-empty dock, you’ll be paying that $15, because it is now down to just $469.

The only difference between these two models is the auto-empty dock. The Roomba j7+ comes with an auto-empty dock, which can hold about 2 months’ worth of dirt and debris from the robot vacuum.

The Roomba j7 was almost a year ago, but it still remains the latest from iRobot, unless you count the Roomba Combo j7. The j7 got really popular because of a guarantee that iRobot made. iRobot guarantees that the j7 series will avoid pet poop, or they will replace it for free. This is part of its P.O.O.P. policy, which stands for Pet Owner Official Promise. But if iRobot is so confident that it’ll avoid pet poop, then it must be pretty good, right? It is.

On top of that, the j7 has “PrecisionVision,” which is the new system built into the robot vacuum that is able to identify objects on your floors and avoid them. Not just pet poop, either. iRobot was one of the first to do mapping of your home, and with the j7, it gets a huge upgrade.

It also has 10x the powerlifting compared to the Roomba 600 series. This means that it is going to get all of the pet hair, dirt, and dust off of your floors with ease.

What’s unique with the Roomba j7 series is that it uses geolocation from your phone to identify when you’ve left the house. So it can start cleaning. It might sound like your robot vacuum is stalking you, but actually, it is going to give you a clean house to come back to. Especially since it’ll dock and empty itself when it’s done.

You can pick up the iRobot Roomba j7 from Amazon today.

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