All-New RoboVac: Re-engineered to boast our strongest ever suction power (2000Pa Max) while maintaining quiet operation and a super-slim design (2.85"). Wi-Fi Convenience: The EufyHome app, and Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant voice control-services let you accomplish your vacuuming needs with zero effort from you. BoostIQ™ Technology: Automatically increases suction power within 1.5 seconds when extra vacuuming strength is needed—so you get the best clean. A Quiet Clean: Vacuums for up to 100 minutes** of constant, powerful suction at a volume no louder than an operating microwave. What You Get: RoboVac 15C MAX, remote control (2 AAA batteries included), charging base, AC power adapter, cleaning tool, extra set of unibody washable filter, 4 side brushes, 5 cable ties, welcome guide, and our worry-free 12-month.
Okay so, I have been OBSESSED with buying one of these vacuums for about 2 years but it's so confusing as there's so many out there.
I actually ended up just buying a Shark Cordless when I first wanted one as the technology wasn't as great for the lower budget models back then.
I am actually a professional cleaner and own my own company, so I hoover all day every day.
I also have 5 cats and I have to vacuum at least twice a day or I have another cats worth of hair on the floor by the end of the day.
Sometimes (okay, a lot of the time) after cleaning 3 other houses, I just don't have the energy to do another one and use all my remaining energy pouring wine into my glass and lifting it to my face.
So finally, I bought one. This one. I'm just going to say right now, buy this. Buy it right now. I know you've been pondering it. Yes, it's worth it.
-The app is great. I was able to put Samantha (named after the SATC character, will leave it to your imagination why I called it that) on when I was on my way home from work and sure enough she was rolling around when I opened the door.
- Even though it doesn't do room mapping like the ones that are £500 it doesn't really matter, it's super intelligent and will like roll around the edges when it gets to a wall or piece of furniture so that area is covered.
- The actual model is so well made, and the bump guards are really excellent.
- It DOES pick up cat hair and litter, incredibly well.
- The fact it can get under things I can't with ease is so exciting honestly.
- The remote works super well.
There's nothing I don't like about this. I am absolutely thrilled with it and it was worth every single penny.
Sure I am going to have to Hoover the edges where it can't get to but that doesn't bother me, I'll just do it when I do the stairs. This is going to save me so much time and energy. I can't bare my house being less than perfect (and have made a sucessful business out of my high standards) and this is beyond my expectations.
Look at how clean my floor is when I got home! My cats are mostly white and I have dark floors and just look at how spotless it is!
This is the best purchase I've ever made. I've had mine for 2.5 months now and it's so efficient. Yes you do need to clear the space sensibly. The video is in our kitchen extension but I use eufy in the bedrooms too and just clear the cables, cats water bowl from the dining room etc and make sure he can't get stuck. But he's really very clever and learns the way around stuff. Brilliant edge and boost settings. I wouldn't be with this little hoover. You need to make sure you empty him regularly and his roller brush doesn't cope with lots of longer hair without a regular clean but it's still 1000 percent easier than traditional hoovering! I keep my traditional Miele in cupboard for extra big spills or the stairs. Also my eufy does cope with the landing despite having an old red carpet he still senses the drop and turns and heads back to the bedroom!! Amazing. My children are actually jealous of how much praise I give him!! (Now called Herbert)
Was worried about spending ~£200 on something that might become a white elephant.
But I was pleasantly surprised.
Extremely effective. Can't believe how much dust ‘Goofy' manages to suck up. And so convenient - make sure any loose cables are up out of the way first. And that there aren't any corners he can get stuck. Then let him loose and watch the magic happen. Or go to bed and wake up to a beautifully clean house. (He's quiet enough to let him work downstairs while you sleep) when he's done, he'll head back to his charging station for a well deserved rest too.
Can be controlled via remote or via an easy to use app.
Oh... and make sure the cat hasn't vomited on the floor. (Can't fault ‘Goofy' for the devastation that greeted us the morning after).
PS. Wife dropped a phone on him by mistake and shattered his glass top. He still worked but Eufy arranged a replacement unit for us FOC. Customer service above and beyond expectation. Fantastic aftercare.
I dont normally write reviews but felt compelled to on this.
We had a Eufy 11 and that was a great little hoover, it merrily made it's way around our hard floors cleaning the hair tumble weeds from our sheep dog and labrador.
It was a genuine game changer because we only had to hoover properly once or twice a week and just got rid of the clumps of hair.
It died because my 3 year old sat on it.
I debated buying a top end one but thought since the Eufy 11 did a good job I'd give another one a go. Its specs are better and it's a newer generation with WiFi, I like gadgets!
But I'm just genuinely disappointed, main things worse than the 11:
1 - The bar clogs constantly! And I mean constantly where as the 11 just handled the same job.
2- It doesnt seem to be able to fit as much into it's bin.
3 - main issue, it's slightly more intelligent but it doesn't actually go into the corners or pick up as well, the 11 used to just merrily bump into more things so it got right into the corners and into everything. This tries to be smarter and senses things but means it just misses clumps of hair the 11 would have got.
I'll probably replace it with a more expensive one now with AI like the Deebot Ozmo 960. Shame.
Wow. Been eyeing one up for ages but with them being best on hard floor and our tatty old carpet needing replacing it was expense I couldn't justify. Finally got my lovely new wood floor I've been lusting after for years and hated hearing the noise of our old upright dragging on my lovely new floor so started my research into auto vacs in earnest.
I obviously looked at 'the' brand but cost was way too high and stumbled across Eufy. It seemed good so looked deeper (after all it seemed too good a deal, something must be off right?!) and discovered Eufy is Anker. I am a big Anker fan and had excellent experience with the team when I had an issue with a solar panel so that was decision made - espesh as it was on offer.
Well, he arrived on Friday evening and he is AWESOME! We are still in the process of a big household refurb so a lot of dust and bits to deal with and he handles it all beautifully. Yesterday I sanded down a lot of woodwork, including the stairs, which resulted in pulled off dust. Sent "Little Lynnie" as we named ours to toddle off while we took some earned rest and 30 minutes later the floor was spotless.
Getting him 'dressed' and ready for his first outing was really quick, set up with Google assistant was super simple and the remote couldn't be easier to use. He's really quiet compared to other vacs. Can still watch TV with the volume up a bit.
No issues yet with getting stuck or chewing cables. He is fun to watch bumbling about, bumping of things like he's just come back after one too many... But he copes with transitions between rooms, hard floor and rugs /mats with ease and gives them all a good clean. The mat behind the front door looks the best it has in ages. The cats are a little wary. They glare at him from a safe distance before following him about. Typical cats they are more annoyed at the newcomer than scared.
If you are considering getting a robovac don't think, just do. Worth every penny and just wish I'd done sooner!
I think this is brilliant
I took ages researching different ones wondering what to get and was unsure about getting one without the strips to cordon off things. However I've found it's not really needed. It's easy to put something in it's way to stop it.
It doesn't like very thin (ie mobile phone) cables but seems ok with thick ones. If you are using long plug extension leads with a number of plugs it's easy to turn them around with cables facing the other way and that will stop the robovac.
I'm using it on carpet and hard floor. The auto boost means that it adjusts and picks up a lot. It doesn't pick up big bits but has done really well in cleaning a hall carpet which bits (threads etc) stick to. In fact it's done better than my normal vacuum on that. It has done pretty well on edges but can't get right in as you would do with a vacuum extension of course. It definitely makes a difference in keeping things clean between big cleans. I've found so far that it needs emptying after every go or two.
Long hairs do get entangled in things but it's easy to get them out using the cutting tool that comes with it. Using it regularly it's less of a problem as it's already picked up the hairs you can't see.
No problem whatsoever in linking with my wifi. I didn't need to do anything special it picked it up straight away. App works fine and link to Alexa.
I have a particular folding table that it doesn't like- it has long black legs that go horizontal across the floor. It tries to get over them but when it finds it can't it backs up. We have a couple of steps from the kitchen to the living room and it recognises them and doesn't fall off.
It does go in what looks like a random formation which can drive you mad if you watch it, but it does seem to eventually get to everything and you can always get it to do particular areas and the edges specifically.
So I would definitely recommend it. It looks like deals come up regularly. I got it with a £50 voucher discount.
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