Yes, you can really get a robot vacuum right now for under $70

Maren Estrada

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If you’ve always wanted to try a robot vacuum but high prices were giving you pause, we totally understand. Trust us, we’ve been there. What you might not realize, however, is that there are a bunch of great options out there that are way cheaper than Roombas and other comparable models. A perfect example is the PureClean PUCRC26B Automatic Robot Vacuum Cleaner, which offers great performance and strong suction but ditches all the fancy bells and whistles. This way instead of having to pay $300, $400, or even more, it only costs $63!

Here are the bullet points from the product page:

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  • SIMPLE HOME CLEANING: Wireless robotic vacuum cleaner auto cleans tile, hardwood flooring and short carpet – Easy 1 touch activation
  • LOW MINI PROFILE: the vacuum robot features a 2.9” low profile will travel through any room and is small enough to fit under the couch or bed in your house
  • CLIFF DETECTION:The black robo vac has anti fall cliff sensors that will automatically self detect a gap and keep it from running of stairs
  • ALLERGY AND PET FRIENDLY: the automatic vacuum cleaner’s air filter keeps fine dust particles trapped inside removable dustbin. Bot features a no brush design does not clog with dog or cat hair like the units with a rotating under brush
  • DUAL ROTATING BRUSHES: the robotic floor cleaner has 2 side sweeper brushes extend the reach of the vacuum and rotate to catch dirt and debris on open floor or along walls or edges

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