SharkNinja Makes A Robotic Vacuum, And It Is On Sale So You Don’t Have To Spend $600 On A Roomba

Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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You probably know the brand Ninja from their state-of-the-art blenders. But did you know they also have a home brand called “Shark”? The company that makes both kitchen appliances and floor cleaners is called SharkNinja, and both types of products are very well reviewed.

In the past, we’ve shared deals on popular Shark upright vacuums. But to my knowledge, we’ve never come across such a worthwhile deal on a Shark robotic vacuum, SharkNinja’s answer to the famed Roomba. Longtime Daily Dealer readers know where we come down on the Roomba; we love them, but we don’t love the idea of paying $600+ for a vacuum cleaner (no matter how easy it makes life).

This deal on the Shark Ion Robot 750 Vacuum offers the perfect compromise. It is a robot vacuum from a trusted brand, and it is on sale today for just $260:

Normally $350, this Shark robot vacuum is 26 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $350, this Shark robot vacuum is 26 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Shark ION ROBOT 750 Vacuum with Wi-Fi Connectivity + Voice Control, Works with Amazon Alexa (RV750) on sale for $259.99

Not only does this robotic vacuum use a Roomba-like sensor navigation system to clean the carpet all by itself, but you can actually control it via your smartphone or through Amazon Alexa. Remember when you had to physically push around your big upright vacuum (with the big bag you had to empty periodically)? Devices like the Shark Ion Robot 750 Vacuum are putting those days further and further in the rearview mirror.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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