Enter To Win: iRobot’s Roomba i7 + iRobot’s Braava Jet m6 Robot Mop



This Mother’s Day give mom the gift of time back in her hectic day with the iRobot Roomba i7 robot vacuum and Braava Jet m6 robot mop. The Roomba and Braava can take the time-consuming task of cleaning floors off everyone’s “to-do” list.

With Imprint™ Smart Mapping, iRobot’s Roomba i7 robot vacuum learns, maps and adapts to your home.

, Enter To Win: iRobot’s Roomba i7 + iRobot’s Braava Jet m6 Robot Mop

If crumbs spill on the floor as you’re racing out the door, you can simply tell the Roomba i7 to immediately clean the kitchen either using you Alexa or the Google Voice Assistant.

Additionally, the Roomba i7 now has the ability to work with the Braava jet m6 robot mop to clean together as a team. Through Imprint™ Link Technology the Roomba i7 will vacuum, before communicating with the Braava jet m6 to then mop automatically – intelligently working in sequence to get the job done.

iRobot’s Roomba i7

iRobot’s Roomba i7 ($749.99) is equipped with a premium 3-Stage Cleaning System and Dual Rubber Brushes to give users total control to clean when and where they want.

Through Imprint Smart Mapping, it can also remember a home’s floor plan. With Wi-Fi connectivity, the iRobot HOME App allows you to schedule and clean on the go, adjust cleaning settings, directly access customer support, and leverage voice control via Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant devices. Keep Out Zones allow you to clean with added control, actively avoiding the areas you tell your robot not to go.

iRobot’s Braava jet m6

iRobot’s Braava jet m6 ($649.99) robot mop delivers fresh, clean floors throughout the entire home. Using iAdapt 3.0 Navigation with vSLAM technology and Imprint Smart Mapping, it gets to know the home’s floor plan, giving users total control to choose which rooms are cleaned and when. Features Maximized-Edge design to help the robot get into corners and along edges.

Tackles sticky messes, grime and kitchen grease with Wet Mopping mode; and captures dirt, dust and pet hair using electrostatic force in the Dry Sweeping mode.

Enter To Win Today!

Contest open to Canadian and US residents age 18+. Void where prohibited by law. Contest ends at 12:00 am on June 30th, 2020. Winner will be contacted by email. For full contest rules, email onlinemedia@canadianhometrends.ca

15 comments

  • Joanne A 4 weeks ago

    I would love to win an iRobot. Having had a knee & hip surgery, it is difficult to wash my floors.
    Pick me, please! 🙏🏼

  • Nancy briggs 4 weeks ago

    I would love to win this

  • Brandy Crabtree 4 weeks ago

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  • Loretta Hurt 4 weeks ago

    I done all for Facebook but not giving me the credit…Love this awesome giveaway…Thank you

  • LILLIAN BROWN 4 weeks ago

    Thanks This is on my wish list.

  • Micheline 4 weeks ago

    The iRobot is so cool!

  • Sandra J Lebeau 4 weeks ago

    love the irobot a dog and foster dogs you cant go wrong

  • Sara Alfred 4 weeks ago

    To own one of these would be a dream. I regret my floor choice and with dogs and kids and life it’s chaotic and this would be amazing

  • Lisa moore 4 weeks ago

    I so need this!! Have two small dogs and there is always something that needs picking up!! Would love to win!!

  • Louise Mitchell 4 weeks ago

    As an 81 year old entrant I can only say that these 2 roombas would help me enormously with my housework

  • Galina Krupin 3 weeks ago

    Thank you for the chance! Keeping my fingers crossed!

  • wayne Edgecombe 3 weeks ago

    Love the oRobot can’t wait to win one

  • Alex Stong 3 weeks ago

    This would be great to have! Pretty nifty design!

  • Alexa Nernberg 3 weeks ago

    Breakfast in Bed: I have never been served breakfast in bed. I can’t even imagine how nice that would be.
    Guess I will have to serve my husband breakfast in bed first. Ho hum. Father’s Day is coming up in June. Come to think about it, my husband treats me like gold so, I shouldn’t have to wait for a holiday. Just do it now!
    .

  • pearl Biggar 3 weeks ago

    irobot would pick up the crumbs instead of the dog licking the floor!

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