This robot housecleaner sweeps, mops, self-empties and never complains, all for $379 (save $120)

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The Ultenic T10 will sweep AND mop your floors, then empty its own dustbin. Let's see a surly teenager do that! (Photo: Ultenic)
The Ultenic T10 will sweep AND mop your floors, then empty its own dustbin. Let's see a surly teenager do that! (Photo: Ultenic)

You've heard the old expression, "It's a dirty job, but somebody has to do it." If the job in question is vacuuming the house or mopping the floor, then guess what: Nobody has to do it! Not if you put a robot to work on those floor chores.

There are lots of options available; here's one that's an especially good deal right now: For a limited time, and while supplies last, the self-emptying Ultenic T10 robot vacuum/mop drops to $379 when you clip the $60-off coupon and then apply promo code T10XYAUG at checkout. Those combined discounts cut a sizable $120 off the regular price.

Shop it: Ultenic T10 robot vacuum/mop, $379 with on-page coupon and code T10XYAUG at checkout (was $499), amazon.com

The typical robot vacuum has a pretty small dustbin, meaning it needs to be emptied after almost every use. The T10 empties itself, dumping debris into a much larger bin that also serves as its docking/charging station.

One important thing to note: Based on my experience with the T10, that station should reside on a hard floor. If you put it on a carpeted one, there's a good chance the robot won't be able to dock properly.

Also, as with upright vacuum cleaners of old, the dustbin relies on disposable bags that'll need to be replaced. You get three with the T10; additional packs of three will cost you about $10.

As for the T10 itself, it really sucks (and I mean that in a good way): Its maximum suction power of 3000Pa is quite a bit higher than most. Meanwhile, it offers laser-guided room scanning to help avoid obstacles and create virtual floor maps, which you can use to designate off-limits and clean-only areas.

This robot vacuum cleans whenever you ask it to. (Photo: Ultenic)
This robot vacuum cleans whenever you ask it to. (Photo: Ultenic)

It supports voice commands, too, so if you have an Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant device in your home, you can literally order this robot to start working. (Are we living in the future or what?)

The T10 earned a 4.1-star average rating from over 1,400 Amazon customers. One key complaint is with Ultenic's app, which I agree isn't the most intuitive. (For example, there's a well-hidden second settings menu where you can adjust things like audio volume and LED brightness.)

Nevertheless, if you're looking for a machine that can vacuum and mop your floors without a single word of complaint (in your face, teenagers everywhere!), this is definitely worth a look.

Shop it: Ultenic T10 robot vacuum/mop, $379 with on-page coupon and code T10XYAUG at checkout (was $499), amazon.com

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