The self-emptying Shark IQ Robot XL vacuum is 47% off today for just $318.99

Shark IQ Robot

If you've ever wanted to own a robovac, but don't want to mess around emptying the internal dustbin all the time, but you also don't want to spend over $500 for a self emptying one, today might be your lucky day. In amongst Amazon's Epic Deals, you can find the Shark IQ Robot XL vacuum at 47% off for just $318.99 (list price $599.99). You can view some of its highlights below:

  • Forget about vacuuming for up to a month: A bagless, self-emptying base holds up to 30 days of dirt and debris.
  • Powerful suction: Deep-cleaning power to take on large debris, small debris, and pet hair on carpets & floors. Filter type: Non-washable filter
  • No hair wrap: Self-cleaning brushroll removes pet hair and long hair as it cleans - no more hair wrap.
  • Phone or voice command: Schedule whole-home cleanings or target specific rooms or areas to clean right now with the SharkClean app or voice control with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
  • Total home mapping room select: Maps your home and lets you choose which rooms to clean right now.
  • Row-by-row cleaning: Methodically cleans row by row and then navigates room to room for complete home coverage.
  • Recharge and resume: The Shark IQ Robot vacuum will return to the dock, recharge, and can pick up where it left off.
Shark IQ Robot

The Shark IQ Robot XL vacuum holds a 4.4 out of 5 rating based on over 22,000 reviews, which isn't too shabby, and this deal qualifies for free delivery, and in some regions, same-day delivery.

Please note that Amazon has implemented a limited free return, please check details on the page. You can add a protection plan on these items from $37.99 (for two years) and a standard manufacturer warranty must be claimed via the manufacturer website when registering the product. As a reminder, this is part of Amazon's daily Epic Deals, so it will end after today, October 27.

Get the Shark IQ Robot XL vacuum for $318.99 (list price $599.99) 30% off

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