Save half off this Shark robot vacuum that self-empties everything but your wallet

This Shark robovac also includes lots of features that don't suck—and it's on sale on Amazon for 50% off for a limited time.
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Many of Shark’s vacuums are some of our favorites—from cordless vacuums to vacuums that tackle stairs, Shark has something that fits your needs. If you want to experience that top quality for a low price, consider this Shark RV1001AE IQ Robot Vacuum, which is 50% off—down to $299.99 from $599.99.

Shark RV1001AE IQ Robot Vacuum $299.99 (Was $599.99)

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This robot vacuum offers ample capacity: You can go 45 days without emptying the chamber. In fact, you rarely have to touch the vacuum at all, thanks to its self-emptying and app-control capabilities. It works on carpets and floors, and a self-cleaning brush roll removes long hair and pet hair as it cleans. Row-by-row, room-by-room cleaning means it won’t miss the very obvious dust bunny that other robot vacuums love to ignore. You can even beckon the vacuum using your Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. A non-bothersome, cheap, and easy-to-use robot vacuum that does a task you don’t want to? Sounds like a welcome addition to your home.

This robot makes cleaning less of a worry, and this SimpliSafe 10-Piece Wireless Home Security System—our best overall pick for best smart home security system—removes the worry of leaving your house. It’s 20% off from $429.99 for a final price of $343.99, and comes with an outdoor camera.

Don’t wait to grab these deals—they’re bound to disappear, just like that dust bunny you saw a minute ago.

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Amanda Reed is a commerce updates writer at Popular Science. She makes sure all product round-ups are up-to-date, shares deals happening all over the internet, and reviews various gizmos and gadgets. She lives in Pittsburgh with JunkJunk, a handsome, sad-looking tuxedo cat who only wants wet food and attention.