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'Cleaner house with less effort': Get a Roomba robovac for over 40% off — plus other deals of the day

Ninja, iRobot, HP (Walmart, Amazon)
Today's sweet savings come from Ninja, iRobot, HP and more. (Walmart, Amazon)

Wake up and smell the savings! New day, new ways to save — if you know where to look. We've done all the legwork and found the best deals worth shopping now. Today, you can clean up with an iRobot Roomba for $250 off and a Rubbermaid scrubber for just $18. Make ice cream at home with the Ninja Creami for a cool $149, or pick up a refurbished HP Chromebook for $70 (versus $150 new). Keep scrolling and get your spring shopping on.

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The cleaning hack to top all cleaning hacks is a top-of-the-line robot vac. We've spotted the iRobot Roomba J7 for just $353 — that's over 40% off. This smarty is great for sucking up pet hair (and avoiding little pet bombs), sneaking under furniture and getting those awkward corners. Plus, it can map out your entire house and work on a regular cleaning schedule.

"Roomba = Cleaner house with less effort," wrote one five-star fan. "The app will walk you through the process of mapping your home and dividing and labeling your rooms. From then on, you can send your robot to clean a whole level of your house or just a room or two. ... Being a woman of a certain age, I am past moving heavy furniture, so for me, the robot's greatest feature is its ability to vacuum under beds and couches, places where my regular vacuum cleaner simply does not fit."

$353 at Amazon

Warm days call for cool treats. Make a homemade version of your favorite ice cream, sorbet or milkshake with the Ninja Creami, and customize the flavor with whatever extras you like. This $149 sale price is the lowest we're seeing online. It comes with two 16-ounce containers and lids.

"The ability to make ice cream the way I want with the ingredients that I like, it's perfect," wrote a five-star fan. "The Ninja Creami shaves it to a perfect soft-serve consistency. The recipe guide has easy-to-follow instructions with base recipes that can be easily altered for multiple flavors."

Read our full review of the Creami.

$149 at Walmart

Make grungy grout and cruddy crevices sparkle with this shopper favorite. It scrubs at a rate of 60 strokes per second, saving you time and elbow grease. Two scrubbing heads and batteries are included.

Some 7,500 five-star fans are hooked, including this "thoroughly pleased" reviewer: "It took two minutes to clean my bathroom sink and kitchen sink, along with a decorative painted wooden box. ... I am literally thinking 'What can I clean next?' Maybe the window seals or the transition piece of my door, the possibilities are endless."

Check out our full Rubbermaid Reveal Power Scrubber review for more.

$20 at Amazon

Why pay over $150 for a Chromebook when you can get a good-as-new, refurbished model for nearly 55% less? This affordable laptop with 16GB storage lets you do all the basics — surf the web, stream videos, compose docs, send e-mail and much more. Stock changes frequently at Amazon Renewed Store, so if this sells out, check back for more.

This five-star fan "ordered it because of its size, and it's perfect. Extremely easy to set up and navigate, came in great condition with no scratches or sticky keys. Charger came with a USB-C add-on instead of a straight-up USB-C cord, but it fits the charger fine. ... Battery has yet to run out on me, but I'm also plugging it in to charge every time I'm not using it. Lasts several hours with no performance problems. Also, everything syncs with your Google account if you have one, so that helps skip a lot of the setup time."

$70 at Amazon

This Mother's Day, don't give her an ordinary photo frame. This smart frame lets you preload and share photos and videos via the Frameo app. All she'll have to do is look, and to switch the image, she can touch the screen. 

One fan raved, "All my grandma's kids and grandkids can easily share pics (and even videos with sound!) from anywhere in the world. It's like pure magic. My dad told me that when we gave it to her, she just couldn't take her eyes off it for more than two hours. It truly made for an extraordinary Mother's Day."

$50 at Walmart

As we shed layers and bare our skin, we may find ourselves in a hairy situation. For an alternative to annoying razors and expensive salon visits, check out this No. 1 bestselling laser hair removal tool. The device is effective on darker hairs that contrast with fairer skin and will work almost anywhere hair grows — chin, bikini line, legs, pits, arms. Just avoid the eye area.

"Run don't walk," advised a happy reviewer. "I have dark, coarse hair and have dealt with razor bumps my whole life. I did not expect this to work as well as it has. I wish I had a before-and-after because I am too stunned to speak. I am only on week five and I have about 85% less hair growth. ... It is tedious, but the auto feature is helpful and trust me, it is worth every second of your time."

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$65 at Amazon

This pretty petal-sleeve top is a fresh pick for spring, and it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen. Style it to be cute or classy while enjoying the comfort of an easy tee. Stock up: Many of the 33 colors and patterns are marked down. 

The flouncy T-shirt has earned 17,000-plus five-star ratings. "Soft and flattering," wrote one. "I love this simple top. It will be a summer wardrobe staple. It fits true to size, is flattering, and has adorable sleeve detail. I have a tummy and I still look good in this top. Easy to dress up or down. You are going to want multiple colors."

Save $8 with coupon
$16 at Amazon

Level up your cookware with a new nonstick set for nearly 50% off. These gorgeous cream pots and pans are durable yet lightweight, thanks to the die-cast aluminum body. They feature a smooth granite coating and stainless steel bottom, making them safe for all cooktops (even induction). You'll get two frying pans (9.5-inch and 11-inch), a 2.4-quart saucepan with lid and steamer, a 4.3-quart casserole pot with lid, a 4.5-quart saute pan with lid and a white silicone turner.

Nearly 16,200 shoppers have given this set a full five stars. "What sorcery is this?" wrote a fan who uses these on an induction stove. "Hands down the best pans I have ever owned. Comes completely clean every time, even heating every time, beautiful performance and appearance. Nothing sticks! Not even cheese! Have gotten so many compliments on their looks and even more so on the food made with them!"

$80 at Amazon

Plant the salad of your dreams — lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, basil, edible flowers — right outside your door with this 4x4 fir wood planter. When stacked, it's a manageable size for a small garden, but you can also separate the layers for beds of three sizes. No tools are needed — the sides are slotted and connect to the legs.

"Nice tongue and groove construction!" said one buyer. "Took like 20 minutes to put together from removing it from the box — instead of doing the three-tier, though, I did two separate planters with the smallest on top of the largest, to maximize planting area. ... I did a perforated liner on the ground level (heavy-duty garbage bags with multiple holes punched) to prevent weeds from growing from the ground level through the planter."

$60 at Walmart

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.