20 Best Deals: Air Purifiers, Vacuums, and Bluetooth Speakers

20 Best Deals: Air Purifiers, Vacuums, and Bluetooth Speakers

as march flies by, you might be itching to get started on spring cleaning—especially with the start of the season only a few days away. Whether you’re looking forward to deep-cleaning your home or not, it’s a great excuse to upgrade your vacuum or add a new air purifier to your space. Below, we found a variety of great deals on a bunch of our favorite air purifiers and a variety of Dyson cordless vacuums. We also threw in some solid discounts on our top-rated Bluetooth speakers, so you can blast your favorite tunes or podcasts to help you get through those chores.

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Bluetooth Speaker Deals

Sonos Beam

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) Soundbar


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The Beam (Gen 2) has a lot of upgrades from the first-gen version, including enhanced sound with support for Dolby Atmos (with compatible TVs and streaming apps), a faster processor, and an HDMI eARC port for higher-definition audio. On the front is also a polycarbonate grille instead of a fabric cover. It also comes with support for Google Assistant, Alexa, and AirPlay 2. It dipped this low back in December, but we still think this is a great deal.

This is our favorite micro speaker in our Best Bluetooth Speakers guide. Equipped with a built-in strap, it sits flat in a bike basket, making it a great speaker for riding. It also has up to 16 hours of battery life, an IP67-rating for dust and water resistance, and the option to link two speakers together for stereo sound. It dipped as low as $37 back in November, but this is still a solid deal.

If you’re looking for a soundbar that won’t take up too much space, we recommend the Sonos Ray (9/10, WIRED Recommends). It’s compact, so you can easily place it on your dresser or entertainment center, but you can also mount it if you want to free up space. It delivers crisp, clear sound that will easily fill up your space. You can also adjust the audio settings using Sonos’ companion app.

Ultimate Ears Epic Boom Bluetooth Speaker

Photograph: Ultimate Ears

If you’re looking for an excellent medium-size speaker, the EpicBoom is our go-to pick. The pill-shaped, curvy body is easy to haul, and it projects sound well in medium-sized outdoor areas. You can also pair it to other Ultimate Ears speakers using the companion Boom app.

The Sub Mini (8/10, WIRED Review) is small, but you can rely on it to deliver a clear sound and thumping bass. It’s wireless—aside from plugging it into a power source. It pairs with your system through the Sonos app, where you can also fine-tune the subwoofer. You’ll be able to adjust sub and height audio, as well as set volume limits and bass and treble levels. You can add surround-sound speakers too.

olive black and white Move 2 sonos devices lined from left to right on white backdrop

Sonos Move 2 Portable Speaker


Photograph: Sonos

The second-generation Move (8/10, WIRED Review) comes with a variety of notable upgrades, including 24-hour battery life (a huge increase from 11 hours the last-gen delivered), a touch interface for media controls (instead of physical buttons), and the option to connect via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 (instead of having to choose between the two). In terms of sound quality, it comes with a second tweeter and third digital amplifier, which delivers punchy, detailed sound.

Air Purifier Deals

Coway Airmega 200M air purifier

Coway Airmega 200M


Photograph: Conway

The Airmega 200M is effective in spaces up to 361 feet, making this our top recommendation for small rooms. It’s compact and attractive, so it’s easy to find a space for it in your home. It’ll also save you energy—the built-in air quality monitor increases the fan speed whenever it detects particles and turns the device off when it doesn’t impact pollution.

If you’re looking for an air purifier more suitable for a larger space, the Coway Airmega 250 is a great option. It captures 99.99 percent of particulates down to 0.1 microns (making it capable of tackling wildfire smoke and big-city pollution), and the washable prefilter allows the replaceable HEPA filter to last longer. It’s also on sale at Coway for $300 ($99 off).

Rated to clean up to 1,560 square feet, this air purifier is suitable for very big rooms. It cycles all the air in that space twice per hour, but in a room half the size, the HEPA filters cycle the air four times per hour. Changing the filters is also a simple process—the magnetic covers are easy to take off, and the filters conveniently snap in and out. The air purifier feels intuitive to use too, thanks to the touch controls and color-coded air quality monitor ring. This discount only applies to the white colorway. Both the white and black versions are also on sale through Coway’s site for $441 and $457, respectively.

Levoit Core 300S Air Purifier

Levoit Core 300S


Photograph: Levoit

This is our favorite smart air purifier. It can cycle air five times per hour in spaces up to 219 square feet, making it ideal for bedrooms, living rooms, and kitchens. It also comes with a prefilter, an activated carbon filter, and an H13 True HEPA filter that captures 99.99 percent of bacteria and mold. Although it’s technically a tabletop air purifier, it’s on the larger side (we’ve been keeping it on our living room floor), but it’s easy to carry from room to room. While you can control it using the touch controls on top, you can also use the VeSync companion app to adjust the settings and check the air quality indoors.

This air purifier looks like an end table, so it’ll easily blend in with your furniture. It doubles as a Qi wireless charger too—set your phone right on top of it and it’ll start charging. It should work with any phone that has support for wireless charging, but you might need to take the case off. It’s also powerful (with the ability to clean up to 649 square feet) as well as easy to control and clean. This discount only applies to the white colorway.

The Airmega Aim is advertised as an air purifier that’s small enough to sit on your desk, but it’s bigger than it looks in photos (coming in at 18.5 x 19.7 x 8.03 inches). It’s still pretty compact compared to other air purifiers we’ve tested. Rated for rooms between 246 and 492 square feet, it works well in smaller spaces. It doubles as a fan too, which auto-oscillates up to 80 degrees and tilts to 90 degrees—so it’ll come in handy once the weather gets even warmer.

Robot Vacuum Deals

Roborock Q5 Pro  vacuum

Roborock Q5 Pro+


Photograph: Roborock

We’re fans of the Roborock Q5+ (9/10, WIRED Recommends), and the Pro model is basically the same vacuum for the same price. But it does come with a few additional features, including a detachable mop pad, a larger dustbin (770 milliliters instead of 470 ml as seen on the previous version). It has slightly stronger suction and a bit more run time too. You’ll also get lidar detection and software features like automatic cliff detection, the ability to create multiple maps and set different cleaning zones via a companion app, and more.

This is our favorite vac-mop combo in our Best Robot Vacuums guide. Shark’s AI Ultra 2-in-1 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is much more affordable than its competitors and packs about 90 percent of the functionality. It does a good job vacuuming and scrubbing your floors with the included mopping bin (we used Shark’s proprietary cleaning solution that’s sold separately, but you can also use water). We also like that it uses laser navigation instead of cameras. Once it maps your home, you can use the companion app to set vacuum and mopping zones.

The Roomba j7+ has powerful suction, a bin that automatically empties itself when it’s full, and a feature called Genius that teaches your Roomba about your cleaning schedules and personal preferences—rather than manually programming the information yourself. It’s worth noting that Amazon acquired iRobot back in 2022, but iRobot has assured WIRED that there is no way Amazon can use the data gathered from inside your home. The price dipped slightly lower to $440 earlier this month, but we still think this is a good deal.

Eufy RoboVac X8 robot vacuum

Eufy RoboVac X8 Hybrid


Photograph: Eufy

Eufy’s RoboVac X8 Hybrid is a great option if you have pets. It has twin turbines—each of which generate up to 2,000 Pa of suction energy—so it can suck up twice as much in just one pass. WIRED reviews editor Adrienne So said that the X8 Hybrid’s maps were too wonky for her to trust it to lug a full 250-milliliter tank of water around her house, but it was the perfect vacuum to deep-clean debris and dog hair. It’s ideal if you have an enclosed area that regularly needs deep cleaning.

Dyson Vacuum Deals

Dyson Gen5 Detect Vacuum

Dyson Gen5detect Cordless Vacuum


Photograph: Best Buy

This is Dyson’s latest top-of-the-line cordless vacuum. It has a single power button instead of a trigger, a brighter Laser Slim Fluffy cleaner head (which shoots out a green laser to illuminate dust particles), and the company’s fastest motor yet—spinning at 135,000 revolutions per minute with a suction power of 262 AW. Dyson also added a HEPA filter that it claims traps 99.99 percent of particles down to 0.1 microns. If you don’t want to shop at Amazon, it’s also on sale at Best Buy and Dyson for $800 ($150 off).

The Omni-Glide is best for hard floors. The head has two soft rollers and four swiveling casters, allowing you to push it in any direction. Weighing in at only 4 pounds, it’s also lightweight and easy to maneuver. It has a small dust bin that fills up quickly and isn’t powerful enough to work well on carpets, so we only recommend it if you’re using it for a small space that’s free of carpet. It’s also worth noting that if you’re purchasing this vacuum from Target, you’ll see the discount at checkout.

Dyson Ball Animal 3 Vacuum

Dyson Ball Animal 3 Extra


Photograph: Dyson

If you prefer a corded vacuum over a stick vacuum, the Ball Animal 3 Extra (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is an excellent choice—especially for unruly pet hair. As the successor to the Animal Ball 2, it has a bigger bin, a Motorbar cleaner head, and three different power modes—one for deep- and medium-pile carpets, another for low-pile carpets, and a third for hardwood floors. This model also comes with a tangle-free turbine tool (for removing dirt and pet hair from upholstery) and a grooming tool for pets with medium or long hair.

The Ball Animal 2 is older and more expensive than the third-generation version. It offers the same powerful suction (at 290 AW) and some of the same accessories (like the tangle-free turbine tool). But it also comes with a self-adjusting cleaner head that automatically raises and lowers the base plate to seal in suction on all floor types. The Motorbar cleaning head on the Ball Animal 3 requires you to switch floor types manually via a switch.

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