When it comes to high-end robot vacuums, there are a few brands that stand out from the rest. Yeedi and Ecovacs, for example: These companies are consistently innovating new features, increasing battery life and suction power, and improving their companion apps. Here are the best high-end robot vacuum deals available right now.

The Ecovacs Deebot T10 Omni is 50% off

Like all the devices here, the Deebot T10 Omni is a vacuum and mop robot vacuum with a self-emptying home base that also charges the robot. It has a decent suction power of 5,000 Pa and mops with cold water. There is no auto-mop lifting feature, so you’ll have to designate no-mop zones on your app if you don’t want your carpet getting wet. The T10 has a camera with AI technology that it uses to avoid and recognize obstacles. You can also use the camera to monitor where the vacuum goes on a live video stream that also has two-way audio. You can get the Deebot T10 Omni for $599.99 (originally $1,199.99), the lowest price yet according to price-checking tools.

The Ecovacs Deebot X2 Omni is $500 off

When the Ecovacs Deebot X2 Omni Robot Vacuum came out, the 8,000 Pa suction power was top of the line. This one works with carpets since the mop has a clearance of 15mm. The long rubber brushes for mopping leave my floors looking fresh, and it has yet to run out of battery mid-job with a long 200 minutes of run time. I’ve yet to take the debris out of the 90-day self-emptying home base (I don’t use it every day). The mopping is done with two powerful brushes and hot water. The X2 will also dry your floors with hot air. You can get this cleaning machine for $999.99 (originally $1,499.99) after a 33% discount.

The Yeedi M12 PRO+ is $300 off

The newest high-end robot vacuum from Yeedi is impressive on paper, and it is already $300 off. The Yeedi M12 PRO+ has a powerful 11,000 Pa suction power, which is the highest suction I’ve seen in a robot vacuum. It also has a self-emptying dustbin, hot water mopping, self-washing extending mop pads, a tangle-free V-shaped roller brush, and a spot-cleaning feature in case you make a mess in one specific spot of the house. The M12 PRO+ has obstacle avoidance, but it may still try to clean objects it should probably avoid, like food wrappers or napkins. The auto-lift of 9mm means if you have a thicker carpet, you might want to tell your vacuum to work around it, or it will likely get wet. The fact that you can get a robot vacuum of this quality for $799.99 (originally $1,099) after using the $100 on-page coupon is impressive.