Deal: iRobot Roomba 618 Robotic Vacuum for $196 - 11/27/17

Walmart is currently selling the iRobot Roomba 618 robot vacuum for just $196, that's good for $73 off of its regular price. Currently this is the cheapest Roomba available, and definitely a good pickup for yourself or anyone on your holiday shopping list this year. It's a good idea to grab the Roomba 618 for yourself and spoil yourself a bit, by getting a robot vacuum to clean up before your guests come over for Thanksgiving.

The iRobot Roomba 618 has basically all of the same features as the others in the 600-series Roomba's like the Roomba 650. It has the 3-stage cleaning system, with two multi-surface brushes available so that you can clean your entire home with the Roomba 618 and not worry about the vacuum missing spots. The Roomba 618 can start cleaning by pressing the "Clean" button on the vacuum and it'll get started. This one does not have the functionality for scheduling, like the Roomba 650, so you can't schedule the 618 to start cleaning at 5PM everyday, unfortunately. There's also no app support for the 618. So it is truly the low-end model in the Roomba lineup, but it is good to see that iRobot decided to cut back on connected and smart features rather than cleaning features, as it will still clean your home just as well as the other Roomba's out there.

Unlike many other Cyber Monday deals out there, the iRobot Roomba 618 cannot be shipped from Walmart, according to its site. It can be shipped to store, or bought online and picked up at your local store. Which it does seem to be in stock at a good number of stores across the country right now. Which is good to see, as you can grab it today and not have to wait for it to arrive at your home. Walmart does still charge taxes on the Roomba 618, so keep that in mind when purchasing it.

iRobot Roomba 618
$196
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