Crucial Vacuum: Your Go-To Source for iRobot Roomba Parts
Have you noticed there’s more dirt and debris hanging around on your floors and carpets than there usually is? If so, it might be time to take a look under the hood of your Roomba to see whether the machine’s filters or side brushes need to be replaced.
Believe it or not, simply changing out clogged filters and worn-down or broken side brushes can go a long way toward restoring your Roomba to the condition it came in when you first took it out of the box. Say hello to a home that’s clean.
After you’ve decided to replace your iRobot Roomba filters, you’re going to have to choose whether you want to fork over the big bucks to grab OEM parts, or if you’re more comfortable going with generic replacement components instead.
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Generally speaking, OEM parts cost considerably more because most brand-name manufacturers outsource the construction of their replacement cleaning parts to third parties. Once completed, the products are then shipped to retailers across the country. At each stage of these supply chains, middlemen need to take their cut. When all is said and done, you might end up buying replacement parts for eight times more than they cost to make when you buy OEM parts in a store!
At Crucial Vacuum, we design and build everything we sell in our own facilities. We then ship them directly to you, our customers, via the Internet. Our 21st-century approach to business helps us realize considerable cost savings on the production side — all of which are reflected in our outrageously low prices.
What’s more, we offer free shipping on all orders sent to U.S. addresses, so you stand to save even more money when you shop at Crucial Vacuum. And if you think you’re going to want to swap out these iRobot Roomba parts frequently, consider signing up for our subscription service that’ll give you an extra five-percent off.
(Please note: Our generic iRobot Roomba parts are designed to work with all AeroVac Roomba 500-series machines.)