Shark IQ Self-Empty Robot Vacuum
The Shark IQ Self-Empty Base WiFi Robot Vacuum aims to make your life easier with a multitude of functions, and you can get one for $318.99 shipped, today only, originally $599.99. Unlike other robotic vacuums, this one combines room-by-room navigation, a self-cleaning brushroll, and most convenient of all, a self-empty dock. This means that after each cleaning session, the robot automatically empties into a bagless base, ready for its next job. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.


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Shark RV1001AE IQ Robot Self-Empty XL, Robot Vacuum with IQ Navigation, Home Mapping, Self-Cleaning Brushroll, Wi-Fi Connected, Works with Alexa, Black
  • FORGET ABOUT VACUUMING FOR UP TO 45 DAYS: A bagless, self-emptying base holds up to 45 days of dirt and debris.
  • POWERFUL SUCTION: Deep-cleaning power to take on large debris, small debris, and pet hair on carpets & floors. Filter type: Non-washable filter
  • NO HAIR WRAP: Self-cleaning brushroll removes pet hair and long hair as it cleans--no more hair wrap.
  • PHONE OR VOICE COMMAND: Schedule whole-home cleanings or target specific rooms or areas to clean right now with the SharkClean app or voice control with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
  • TOTAL HOME MAPPING + ROOM SELECT: Maps your home and lets you choose which rooms to clean right now.

It also boasts advanced Home Mapping capabilities that creates a blueprint of your floors to provide row-by-row, room-by-room cleaning. When power runs low, it returns to its base, empties, recharges then resumes exactly where it left off to finish the cleaning job. You can customize it to select which rooms to clean or when using the Shark Clean app.

This is Shark’s first robot vacuum that delivers this kind of hands-free cleaning at such an incredible value. The Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty is total-home navigation, powerful Shark cleaning, a self-empty base and self-cleaning brushroll that lets consumers forget about vacuuming for up to a month,” said Mark Barrocas, President of SharkNinja.