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Save up to 46% on robot vacuums, including a vacuum and mop hybrid

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Save up to 46% on robot vacuums, including a vacuum and mop hybrid

Yeedi robot vacuums on sale at Amazon as of Oct. 16:

BEST DEAL: Yeedi K600 — $89.99 (save 40%)

BEST FOR LARGER HOMES: Yeedi K650 — $149.99 (save 32%)

BEST MOP + VACUUM COMBO: Yeedi K700 — $189.99 (save 46%)


We know Prime Day was probably a bit hectic, so you might've forgotten to pick up a few items on your list. 

If a robot vacuum is one of the things that slipped your mind, don't worry: Amazon has a few Yeedi vacuums on sale for up to 46% off. While there are some differences between them, they all return home automatically to charge and run relatively quietly, so as not to disturb your work from home flow. Read more...

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