You're probably not thinking about cleaning this 4th of July weekend — and with a robot vacuum, you don't need to! Lucky for you, Amazon is offering a special deal on Robock robot vacs — you can get one for up to $200 off, but only until midnight!
If you haven't yet used a robot vac, take it from thousands of Amazon shoppers who swear by the wonders of Roborock robot vacuums. They do the heavy cleaning for you — and you control it all through a handy smartphone app. The vacs map your rooms, self-charge, tackle pet hair and crumbs, and some even empty their dust bins themselves.
With HyperForce suction and its and Carpet Boost feature, expect all your floors to be spotless. The Roborock E5 is controlled through an app and is compatible with Alexa.
This vac moves fast and uses intelligent navigation, and treads a Z-shape path to clean your floors quickly and efficiently. It features 2500PA of powerful suction and an automatic carpet "boost" to suck up dust and hairs, no matter the surface.
This vac has plenty of power too: It can clean for 200 minutes without needing a recharge. Its large dustbin also keeps it on the job for as long as you need it. This robovac is controlled by app and voice control, so you can stop and start cleanups, set schedules and more with the touch of a button or by saying a few words.
"When I bought this vacuum, I was hoping to get a decent job done,” one five-star reviewer wrote. "This vacuum does a FANTASTIC job!! I am very impressed. The suction is great! I have 2 cats and it has cleaned all the hair and dust and dander from my carpets and floors. It transitions from hardwood to carpets just fine. It even gets up on my bathroom rugs (they are rubber backed and stay put.). The battery lasts a long time. The dirt canister is plenty big enough. I keep telling everyone that asks about it, how happy I am with this choice!"
This robovac promises hands-free cleaning for up to 7 weeks with 2700Pa max suction and up to 180 minutes of run time.
The Roborock Q5 can tackle both hardwood floors and carpets. It uses a LiDar navigation system to map your home’s floor landscape, so it doesn’t bump into walls, scratch up furniture or plummet down stairs. With up to 180 minutes of battery life on a single charge, this robovac can sweep up your floors and empty itself so you don't have to lift a finger. Plus it can also be controlled and scheduled via the smartphone app.
"I honestly didn’t know that our floors could stay this clean," wrote a robot vac convert. "We have an adult yellow lab that sheds 2 lbs of hair per day it seems and it used to be a constant battle to keep it swept and vacuumed up. Once we got the Q5 +, it looks like we don’t even have a dog in the house. East to set up, covers all the areas, and the self emptying function is a game changer. Tile and rug mix and all the hair stays gone."
James Bond’s speedboat could soon be seen tearing down the Thames, as 007’s gadgets go under the hammer for the first time. The vessel is seen with Pierce Brosnan at the helm in The World Is Not Enough, but after filming for the 1999 release the boat was packed away and has remained high and dry in storage for 20 years. But 007’s speedboat could soon be clipping down the Thames again if a fan secures the craft known as the “Q Jet Boat”, which is going up for auction in a “stunning” sale of Bond
Staff at the Foreign Office have been told to avoid using Uber after a diplomat in Lebanon was murdered by a driver for the ride-hailing service. The body of Rebecca Dykes, 30, was found dumped by the side of a Beirut highway on 16 December 2017. Driver Tarek Houshieh confessed to the "senseless attack" and was sentenced to death in 2017.
Victims of the infected blood scandal will receive £100,000 compensation each “as soon as possible”, the Government will announce. An estimated 2,400 people died after being infected with HIV and hepatitis C through contaminated blood products in the 1970s and 1980s in what has been labelled the worst treatment disaster in the history of the NHS. Sir Brian Langstaff, the chairman of the inquiry, last month called for compensation to be provided to victims “without delay”.