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The Roomba 676 robot vacuum is less than $200 at Walmart


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SAVE $148: There's no need to spend a small fortune on clean floors. The iRobot Roomba 676 robot vacuum is on sale for only $177 at Walmart as of June 23 — that's about 46% in savings.


From emptying the dishwasher to dusting the ceiling fans, your list of chores can feel overwhelming. Take a load off this season and recruit a robot vacuum — it won't make your whole list go away, but it will clean your floors.

The iRobot Roomba 676 robot vacuum will only cost you $177 at Walmart as of June 23. That's $148 off its suggested retail price of $324.99 and the same record-low price we saw during last year's Black Friday shopping season.

Part of iRobot's entry-level 600 series, the Roomba 676 offers a standard clean to keep floors tidy on a daily basis. It uses a three-stage cleaning system to lift dirt, dust, and debris from carpets and hard floors alike, while an edge-sweeping brush tackles the corners and edges like a champ. And its "Dirt Detect" technology allows the 676 to double down on cleaning the dirtiest areas in your home.

While it doesn't have a self-emptying dock, fancy navigation, or top-of-the-line suction, it is a solid everyday vacuum — more than OK for daily cleans.

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