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Eufy RoboVac 11

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Review by Kathrina 0 0
  • Small and compact in size, has a sleek appearance;
  • Runs quietly on any surface;
  • Powerful battery that can last up to 1.5 hours;
  • Has a triple layer filter that secretes cleaner air than other vacuums;
  • Does not only has a strong suc...
  • The RoboVac has trouble passing under furniture. Sometimes it is unable to detect the spaces in between when the furniture has a skirting;
  • There are no replacement parts being sold yet. Once your batte...
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Review by Azanta Rezwana 0 0
  • Extremely effective model
  • Can work for 1.5 hours straight
  • Can clean around corners and under furniture
  • Perfect for hard floors and rugs
  • Automatically charges itself
  • Comes with a remote control
  • Includes side brushes and roll...
  • Extremely expensive
  • Not good for thick carpets
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General Info
This small robotic vacuum can work for 1.5 hours non-stop thanks to its 2600mAh Li-ion battery. It features a 3-point cleaning system, which includes a rolling brush, counter-rotating side brushes, and a strong suction. In most cases, users give this vacuum a 5-star rating.
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Wifi / App Controlled Some robotic vacuums can be controlled by your smartphone through a mobile app, which is essentially a more advanced remote control. You are typically able to start/stop the vacuum’s cleaning, control ... Show more
Remote Control Remote controls typically enable you to start and stop the cleaning process and/or direct the vacuum’s movements to specific areas in the home. A remote control is an added convenience for those who w ... Show more
Auto Scheduling Feature Auto scheduling allows you to program the vacuum to a cleaning schedule (daily, every other day, weekly, etc.), where it turns on and cleans automatically at a set time. Otherwise, you have to manuall ... Show more
Battery Life Battery life indicates the maximum amount of time a vacuum can run on one charge. On average, robot vacuum batteries last around 1.5 hours, with higher end options getting up to two hours on a full ch ... Show more
1.5 hours
Charging Time How long does it take the battery to charge completely?
5 hours
Continues Cleaning Once Recharged When a vacuum’s battery dies, one of two things can happen: 1) the vacuum starts over cleaning without any memory of what it cleaned before the battery died, or 2) the vacuum will resume cleaning from ... Show more
Bin Capacity Regardless of the price of your vacuum, the dustbin still needs to be emptied manually. The more your vacuum is used, the more often you will need to change your dustbin. If you have a large home, the ... Show more
300 mL
Floor Type Different robot vacuums are made for different floor types based on the cleaning mechanism within the device, which can include a brush, a mop, or both. Robot vacuums with large brushes are best for c ... Show more
  • Hardwood
  • Thin carpet
Cleaning Modes Most robotic vacuums come with an auto-clean mode (meant for maintenance cleaning over a large area) but some more sophisticated models will come with different cleaning modes, such as spot mode or sc ... Show more
  • Edge cleaning mode
  • Spot cleaning mode
  • Max - concentrate cleaning mode
Brush Type Most vacuums use brushes to pick up debris, since suction alone isn’t usually enough to effectively clean (especially on rough surfaces like carpet). These brush rolls can have different brush types, ... Show more
Triple-brush combination
HEPA Filter HEPA filters help limit the allergens that get into the air when you vacuum. If you suffer from allergies, choosing a vacuum with a HEPA filter is a must. Note that HEPA filters do wear down over time ... Show more
Suitable for Pets The ability to pick up pet hair is a feature that will be explicitly noted in the vacuum’s specifications. If you have pets, it’s imperative that you choose a vacuum that’s equipped for picking up pet ... Show more
Physical Features
Dimensions When it comes to size for robot vacuums, pay particular attention to the height measurement. If the device is too tall, it won’t fit under beds, dressers, couches, and other furniture to clean in the ... Show more
1.1 ft x 1.1 ft x 3.1 inches

6.6 lbs
Noise Because they run continuously, a common complaint with robot vacuums is how much noise they make. Measured in decibels, or dB, the larger the number, the louder the vacuum. There are several reasons w ... Show more
40 db
Premium Features e.g. Disinfection, odor control, phone notifications
3-Point Cleaning System:
Release Date
1 Year Warranty
Accessories Included What is included on the package?
  • Remote control
  • Charging base
  • AC power adapter
  • Cleaning tool, HEPA-style filter
  • 4 side brushes

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Key features
  • Versatile cleaning modes
  • Ow-profile design
  • High-Capacity Li-ion Battery
  • Over 1.5 hours of fade-free power
  • 3-Point Cleaning System
  • Side brushes
  • Rolling brush
  • Powerful suction
  • Anti-scratch tempered glass cover
  • Infrared-sensor
  • Recharges automatically
  • Remote control
  • Charging base
  • AC power adapter
  • Cleaning tool
  • HEPA-style filter
  • 4 side brushes
  • 1 yr warranty
  • 6.7 lbs

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Questions about Eufy RoboVac 11

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Which one to buy that's good. And is affordable. I have carpet , wood floor , vilnyl and ceramic
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Karen 52 days ago

It depends on what you consider to be affordable. If the Eufy RoboVac 11 is in your price range, it is definitely worth checking out. It's compact, runs quietly, and features a powerful battery that will run up to 1.5 hours. This vacuum has a triple layer filter which is good for filtering dust and allergens as well. Assuming you have thin carpet (no shag or high pile) then this would work perfectly for you. The one downside is that it has no virtual wall capability, meaning that it can't be restricted from going into certain areas (e.g. a baby's room) although it can detect stairs and other drops so it won't break. 

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How will a robo vac work on oriental rugs with fringe
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Bissell SmartClean, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Corrine 63 days ago

Any vacuum in general with a spinning brush is going to have trouble with oriental rugs with fringe, especially if the fringe is really long. Robot vacuums are no exception to this, so you may find that the Eufy Robo Vac 11 will have trouble. There are some "lifehacks" that are touted online, such as using magnetic tape along the fringe, but chances are that they won't be very effective. The best way to clean a fringe rug is to use a soft bristle brush by hand to remove loose debris, dust, and dirt. While this isn't exactly convenient, it is cheaper than paying for replacement robotic vacuum parts. 

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I have oriental rugs with fringe. Will the robots get caught on the fringe?
Related: Irobot Roomba 960, Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Sandy 120 days ago

That actually depends on how sophisticated your robot vacuum is. Having a rug with fringe can be an issue for most, but some have features to avoid getting caught in it. For example, the iRobot engineers added to the 880 what they call “anti-tassel mode,” by making the rotors momentarily go in reverse if it detects a cord or carpet fringe, so something like the iRobot Roomba 880 would work just fine for your oriental rugs.


Yes. Based on research and other reviews. All robot vacuums will get stuck on area rug fringes. They will have to be covered up with something that keeps the vac from going over them. I'm getting one any way. Hopefully, at some point in the future, robot vacs can be taught to avoid fringes.

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I'm looking for the absolute best vacuum at picking up pet hair (we mainly have berber carpet with hard flooring in a few rooms). I'm mainly looking at the Roomba (960 or 980), Neato Botvac Connected, BobSweep Pethair Plus, and the Eufy RoboVac 11. There are huge price differences. The professional reviews seem to favor the Neato but user reviews aren't as high. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks!
Related: Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 227 days ago

These would actually all be great choices for pet hair in carpet, and hard flooring scenarios. All robotic vacuums are designed for maintenance cleaning (including pet hair) in mind, so it’s difficult to say which would be the absolute best. The Irobot Roomba 960, and iRobot Roomba 980 have good tangle-free brushes. This definitely comes in handy when dealing with pet hair. The Neato Botvac Connected has a d-shaped design that helps get in those hard to reach corners, so it may certainly pose useful for combating pet hair. The bObsweep PetHair Plus has a 4x boosted TurboLiftTM vacuum that gives it great power to deal with pet hair situations. The Eufy RoboVac 11 has counter-rotating side brushes, and a strong suction. They would all do fairly, so I would try and go with whats on ur budget, and the extra features, such as the bin sizes. For example, the Irobot Roomba 960 has a 900 mL bin vs the iRobot Roomba 980’s 1,500 mL bin.

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I have a 1900 sq ft ranch style house and a dog. which is the better robotic cleaner should I buy? Roomba 652 or Eufy Robovac 11
Related: iRobot Roomba 650, Eufy RoboVac 11, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 251 days ago

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The best option for pet hair. I have 3 cats.
Related: bObsweep PetHair, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Chris 57 days ago

I would say two great choices to combat pet hair would be either the bObsweep PetHair, or the Irobot Roomba 960. They both have HEPA filters and large bins to hold a lot of pet hair and dirt (so they won't have to be empties as frequently). 

The bObsweep PetHair would be the cheaper choice, but do not let that discourage you from trying it out. It was designed to combat pet hair. It however may pose an issue if you have a two floor house because it has no stair detection (meaning that it will drop if there is no barrier at the top of the stairs). Its bin is also slightly larger than the 960’s (1000 mL vs. the 960’s 900 mL). It’s not only designed to handle pet hair, but also paw prints, as it is a combination of a vacuum and a mop.

The Irobot Roomba 960 on the other hand is able to handle fringes and cables quite well with its tangle free extractors, and has stair detection, making it an optimal choice if you have a multi story house. It also gives you the ability to control where it can or cannot go with the virtual wall (these may cost extra, however). 

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What is a better vacuum? Irobot 960 or Samsung powerboat r7010?
Related: Irobot Roomba 960, Samsung Powerbot R7010, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 59 days ago

It ultimately depends on what you're going for. The Irobot Roomba 960 is a good choice if you what something with a very large bin, and is tough no thick carpet. This would be an optimal choice for pet owners. This bot is more expensive, but has great versatility, has remote control capabilities, and is features tangle-free extractors to combat those pet hairs that want to clog the vacuum. 

The Samsung Powerbot R7010 is a good choice if you want something more affordable, with decent results. It features four cleaning modes: auto cycle, spot cycle, max cycle, and manual. It has a bin that holds up to 300 mL( about 600 mL less than what the 960 has - it will need to be emptied more frequently), and does not feature a remote control. This would be a wonderful choice if you want a bot that cleans edges efficiently, and can map and navigate the area with ease.

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whats a good robovac that will mop tile floor?
Related: iRobot Roomba 980, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by Chris 59 days ago

There are a few decent choices for mopping tile floor, so it ultimately depends on what sort of features you're looking to get with the mop. The iRobot Roomba 980 is more suited to carpet. The ILife V5s or the iRobot Braava 380t would be great choices to consider for mopping.

The ILife V5s features a water tank for damp mopping hardwood floors. It has the ability to return to its charging station upon job completion or when the battery runs low. It also comes with a remote control. The 4 cleaning modes are: auto clean, spot clean, wet clean, and edge clean. This is a great choice if you want a low cost robot mop, that works effectively. A downside to this is its small bin size of only 203 mL (while the 380T model has 539 mL bin).

In the case of the iRobot Braava 380t, this is a great choice if you want a robot mop that has a great battery life. It can work up to 3.5 hours of sweeping and 2.5 hours of mopping. It also has a great navigational system thanks to its northstar navigation system. It features 3 modes: dry sweeping, damp sweeping, and wet mopping. A downside is that unlike the ilife model, this robot does not have an auto return feature (meaning that you'll have to find it yourself and return it to the charging station when the battery dies), nor does it have remote control capability.

So, it boils down to what you prefer, a longer battery life at a higher cost, or a few auto return features at a lower cost. Bear in mind that while both the ILife V5s and iRobot Braava 380t have mopping features, like all robotic vacuums, they are intended for superficial cleaning only and will not be able to tackle deep stains or big messes very effectively.

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how to get the n79 unit to go back to the base unit
Related: Ecovacs Deebot M80, Ecovacs Deebot N79, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 61 days ago

You shouldn't need to do anything to have the n79 model go back to the base unit. When its battery power gets low, Ecovacs Deebot N79 automatically returns to its charging dock, all by itself. Not only does it have auto return, but will continue cleaning on its own once it’s fully recharged. 

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I have a n Ilife A4 robot cleaner and when on the charge the amber light blinks but it does not charge. Any ideas?
Related: ILife A4, Robotic Vacuums | Submitted by anonymous 62 days ago

Is this a brand new product for you, or have you been using it, and this suddenly began to take place? There is an initial battery activation for ilife process when you first use it. You have to charge the robot for three minutes, take it off the charger, then charge for three minutes again, and then take off the charger for several seconds. Repeat above actions three times. Once you do all that you must charge the robot for 12 hours straight. If you’ve already done this you should contact the manufacturer. For instructions on the steps above you can visit the web address below. 

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