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While Amazon certainly has no shortage of great deals, the biggest markdowns are rarely advertised, so you have to call upon your inner Indiana Jones to find them. Well, attention intrepid deal hunters: We've found one that belongs in your own personal museum of mind-blowing deals...aka your home.
The Dser 23T 2200Pa Robotic Vacuum Cleaner is on secret sale at Amazon — if you use code 6IPD84S5, you can score it for just $80. That's 50 percent off an already tres-affordable vac! Just make sure to select the coupon on the product page, then enter the code at checkout along with your payment info.
Don't let the sale price fool you: This little robot can stack up to models three or four times more expensive. It easily gobbles up pet hair, dust and crumbs, and it automatically adjusts its power based on the type of floor it's on. The dustbin holds a ton of debris, so you're not constantly opening and emptying it.
It's a smart little guy, too: It's controlled via an easy-to-use remote, where you can set your preferred cleaning mode and the space you'd like it to focus on. It can also identify obstacles, such as stairs, and when it's on a different surface, so it can adjust its suction power accordingly.
And get this: If it senses it's low on fuel, the 22T automatically heads back to its station and recharges! Each re-up packs plenty of juice, too: It can roam around the house picking up dust and dirt for over 100 minutes before needing a break. Plus, it boasts over six different cleaning modes for different types of messes, including spot cleans, single-room cleans, manual and high-power.
"Next to my kid, I don’t think I’ve ever loved something so much!" a shopper declared. "Suction is amazing! I don’t know how this thing finds so much stuff to pick up. I have long hair and shed like a lab during spring. This vacuum is super easy to clean; it comes with a small set of tools that makes cutting my wrapped hair out extremely simple!!! My Dyson that cost twice as much didn’t even come with these extras."
Another added: "Wow!!!!!! This sweeps better than I can even sweep by hand. The little spinning brushes get under the table and chair legs to get all the dust bunnies we all hate. The transition from wood floor and tile to rugs and carpet is flawless. There were a few times it would flip the corner of a rug, but would figure itself out to fix it and continue on. Highly recommend this to anyone. I wish I would have done this years ago!!!"
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