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iRobot Roomba i7+ 7550 Self-Charging Robot Vacuum w/ Automatic Dirt Disposal EXPIRED

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Electronics Express via Google Express has iRobot Roomba i7+ 7550 Self-Charging Robot Vacuum w/ Automatic Dirt Disposal on sale for $949.99 - $150 w/ coupon code WXITXM = $799.99. Shipping is free. Thanks travelloophole
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iRobot i7+ 7550 Robotic Vacuum is on sale for $949.99 plus $150 coupon WXITXM makes it $799.99. Looks like this might be the lowest price yet.

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I Just placed my order through Google Express. I can't thank you enough, you just saved me $300. Looks like I'll be returning the one purchased through Amazon 5 days ago. As a side note, I've been using it for 2 days now. The first few runs it "learns" your floor plan. After that, your golden. It works better than any robotic vacuum I've seen. The self discharge feature works flawlessly, and the vacuum is quieter than I expected. I have hardwood floors, tile, and some pretty high pile carpet in the livingroom. It doesn't have a problem cleaning the high pile carpet! Overall, I rate it 5/5. The only negative I see is the price if the discharge bags. Just a heads up though, there's a way around it. Etsy sells the OEM bags with a zipper! You can reuse them over and over! Here's the link for 2 reusable bags: https://www.etsy.com/listing/665512316/clean-base-zipper-bag-buy-2-and-save?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1 They also sell single reusable bags as well: https://www.etsy.com/listing/679342477/clean-base-zipper-bag-reusable-irobot?ref=related-1 Well worth it IMO.
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that was with Bestbuy so just about everybody had to pay tax which would be at least +$60 at 8% tax.​ So, yeah...get a calculator and math lesson
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Thanks! Missed the last deal but happy to see this beats it by $100.
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Thanks! No tax for IL.
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Get a time machine, the lowest I can remember is $760?
that was with Bestbuy so just about everybody had to pay tax which would be at least +$60 at 8% tax.​ So, yeah...get a calculator and math lesson
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I have a D5. It is really great. I paid $300. Except for the bigger battery, there is little difference other that the software. It's terrible Neato charges $300± more just to unlock a few features. Very important features, but not $460 important. The D5 supports no go lines, but does not support zones. So I have delete my floorplan and manually rerun once a week. I have a small area that needs daily attention.
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I have a D5. It is really great. I paid $300. Except for the bigger battery, there is little difference other that the software. It's terrible Neato charges $300± more just to unlock a few features. Very important features, but not $460 important. The D5 supports no go lines, but does not support zones. So I have delete my floorplan and manually rerun once a week. I have a small area that needs daily attention.
I hate my d5 because it's got a small tray compare to the other two I have.
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Did anyone find 960 on the deal? This is still too expensive for me
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YAY! Have been waiting for a moment like this!! thank you OP!
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I Just placed my order through Google Express. I can't thank you enough, you just saved me $300. Looks like I'll be returning the one purchased through Amazon 5 days ago. As a side note, I've been using it for 2 days now. The first few runs it "learns" your floor plan. After that, your golden. It works better than any robotic vacuum I've seen. The self discharge feature works flawlessly, and the vacuum is quieter than I expected. I have hardwood floors, tile, and some pretty high pile carpet in the livingroom. It doesn't have a problem cleaning the high pile carpet! Overall, I rate it 5/5. The only negative I see is the price if the discharge bags. Just a heads up though, there's a way around it. Etsy sells the OEM bags with a zipper! You can reuse them over and over! Here's the link for 2 reusable bags: https://www.etsy.com/listing/665512316/clean-base-zipper-bag-buy-2-and-save?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1 They also sell single reusable bags as well: https://www.etsy.com/listing/679342477/clean-base-zipper-bag-reusable-irobot?ref=related-1 Well worth it IMO.
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I Just placed my order through Google Express. I can't thank you enough, you just saved me $300. Looks like I'll be returning the one purchased through Amazon 5 days ago. As a side note, I've been using it for 2 days now. The first few runs it "learns" your floor plan. After that, your golden. It works better than any robotic vacuum I've seen. The self discharge feature works flawlessly, and the vacuum is quieter than I expected. I have hardwood floors, tile, and some pretty high pile carpet in the livingroom. It doesn't have a problem cleaning the high pile carpet! Overall, I rate it 5/5. The only negative I see is the price if the discharge bags. Just a heads up though, there's a way around it. Etsy sells the OEM bags with a zipper! You can reuse them over and over! Here's the link for 2 reusable bags: https://www.etsy.com/listing/6655...ve_1&frs=1 They also sell single reusable bags as well: https://www.etsy.com/listing/6793...=related-1 Well worth it IMO.
I've been using needle nosed pliers to pull the dust and debris out of the bag. I've emptied mine two or three times in about 8 months or so. It fits a ton of dust and it gets packed in really tight. I'll have to check out the zippered bags but for how often the thing needs emptying I might stick with emptying it manually.

I can't say enough good things about this machine. If you're willing to spend the money, you will not regret it for a second. I'm buying furniture that works well with this thing. My old couches would cause the thing to jam because of the height from the floor. It would slide under and get stuck. All new furniture is at least 4 inches off the floor so roomba can clean underneath.

I see you added links to the reusable bags. There's no way I'm spending $50 for 2 bags. It appears it's the oem bag that they cut open and glued a zipper onto. I'm guessing this can be done for less than $1. I'll investigate and do it myself. I'm way too cheap to spend that much on a zipper. Thanks for the idea.
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Don't run it with the lights off lol. Went between this and the Roborock for days before finally pulling the trigger on the S5. Very pleased with my choice.
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But can this robot navigate through a chair or kids toys?
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