Clean up on this iRobot Roomba deal – there's £240 off right now

With prices cut on the iRobot Roomba by over £240, you can invest in one of Amazon's best vacuum cleaner deals yet without breaking the bank

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If you've decided an iRobot Roomba is for you (and why not, it's one of the best vacuum cleaners out there – and it does all the vacuuming while you put your feet up/go to work/[insert activity here]), here's the Black Friday vacuum cleaner deal you've been waiting for. 

The iRobot Roomba 960 Robot vacuum cleaner (opens in new tab) has a massive discount of over £240 today, taking it from a (frankly unaffordable) £640 to a (more) affordable £450. Better still? This deal includes a free Echo Dot smart speaker with Alexa (opens in new tab), which you can use to control your Roomba ('Oi, Roomba, start vacuuming!') or, of course, you can re-gift it sneakily to someone you love this Christmas...

We're pretty sure if you're on this page that you've looked carefully into the Roomba already, but in case you haven't, this clever robot vacuum cleaner has the the Aero force three-stage cleaning system that makes for powerful cleaning to pull in embedded dirt, debris, and pet hair. It can navigate itself across rooms and stays away from the rooms and items you choose. Clever, eh?

Get this deal while it lasts. It won't be reduced for much longer.

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iRobot Roomba 960 Robot vacuum cleaner, Wi-Fi connected and programmable via app & Echo Dot smart speaker with Alexa | Was £690.40, NOW £449.99 a saving of £240.41 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

A prime combo of the iRobot Roomba with Aero force three-stage cleaning system that has five times the air power. It can navigate itself across the room and different surfaces, auto adjusting to clean more thoroughly. Get an Echo Dot, the popular smart speaker, when you buy.

Alison Jones
Alison Jones

Alison is Assistant Editor on Real Homes magazine. She previously worked on national newspapers, in later years as a film critic and has also written on property, fashion and lifestyle. Having recently purchased a Victorian property in severe need of some updating, much of her time is spent solving the usual issues renovators encounter.