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Eufy Robovac 11+ Advanced Suction Automatic Robot Vacuum Cleaner $199 w/ code!

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Eufy RoboVac 11+
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  • [Power Boost Tech] Eufy RoboVac 11+, High Suction, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum Cleaner, Filter for Pet Fur/Allergens, Cleans Hard Floors to Medium-Pile Carpets
  • Cleans For You: Clean your house with the click of a button. Versatile cleaning modes clean every nook and cranny.
  • Power Boost Technology: New feature automatically increases suction power when extra vacuuming strength is needed to get the best clean.
  • Upgraded 3-Point Cleaning System: A redesigned rolling brush –wider and reduces trapping rugs and sheets–, two side brushes, and powerful suction ensure a thorough clean.
  • High-Capacity Li-ion Battery: Delivers over 100 minutes of fade-free power for constant, powerful suction.
  • Premium Features: Anti-scratch tempered glass cover for protection, infrared-sensor for evading obstacles, and drop-sensing tech to avoid falls. Recharges automatically.
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Last Edited by usafwd October 26, 2017 at 11:16 AM
For those with concerns about the battery being replaceable or not, I just contacted Eufy support via chat and was told they will replace the entire vacuum if the battery dies within the 12 month warranty. For the RoboVac 11, If the battery dies after that time frame then you may contact them to purchase a refurbished battery for $15. For the RoboVac 11+ I was told on 10/26/2017 that the battery is currently not replaceable, but their team is "working on it." See attached screenshots of the conversation.

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PS, I do have the 11+ and it's much better than the regular Eufy Robovac 11 (which I returned). Suction is fantastic and navigates better than the 11.
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i dont see the purpose in buying any vacuum that doesn't have mapping capabilities. i assume this doesn't from the images.

Why spend $199 for one w/o it when you can get the Xiaomi Mi for a little more and ensure your whole house gets cleaned in a timely fashion?
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i dont see the purpose in buying any vacuum that doesn't have mapping capabilities. i assume this doesn't from the images.

Why spend $199 for one w/o it when you can get the Xiaomi Mi for a little more and ensure your whole house gets cleaned in a timely fashion?
I tend to agree the more I research these vacuums. Why get one that just randomly bounces around your house? Maybe I'm missing something, but it just doesn't seem worth it unless you get one with true mapping.

The Xiaomi scares me because you have zero warranty support if you have issues, which people have plenty of with the Xiaomi Mi robot vacuum.

If someone has better reasoning for/against non mapping vacuums or the Xiaomi please chime in. I'd love to hear more about them.
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I tend to agree the more I research these vacuums. Why get one that just randomly bounces around your house? Maybe I'm missing something, but it just doesn't seem worth it unless you get one with true mapping.

The Xiaomi scares me because you have zero warranty support if you have issues, which people have plenty of with the Xiaomi Mi robot vacuum.

If someone has better reasoning for/against non mapping vacuums or the Xiaomi please chime in. I'd love to hear more about them.
You always have your credit card AMEX extended warranty.

I've not had any issues with the Xiaomi Mi so far. It requires some maintenance (cleaning sensorS) and obviously emptying the bin, but other than that, it is doing exactly what i wanted.

the only thing that is a pain in the ass about it is making sure the damn kids didn't leave some crap on the floor that it gets tied up with....but that's any vacuum!
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i dont see the purpose in buying any vacuum that doesn't have mapping capabilities. i assume this doesn't from the images.

Why spend $199 for one w/o it when you can get the Xiaomi Mi for a little more and ensure your whole house gets cleaned in a timely fashion?
For a small house (less than 1000 sqft) it doesn't really matter, it eventually covers everywhere.
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I had robovac 11 and that thing couldnt go for 10 minutes without beeping and stopping. Most of the time it will just round in couple circles and stop for no apparent reason.
Is this better than 11?
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i dont see the purpose in buying any vacuum that doesn't have mapping capabilities. i assume this doesn't from the images.

Why spend $199 for one w/o it when you can get the Xiaomi Mi for a little more and ensure your whole house gets cleaned in a timely fashion?
Agree, my roomba isn't the best...i have had it for about 2 years, when it goes out, I probably won't replace it, at least with another Roomba
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i dont see the purpose in buying any vacuum that doesn't have mapping capabilities. i assume this doesn't from the images.

Why spend $199 for one w/o it when you can get the Xiaomi Mi for a little more and ensure your whole house gets cleaned in a timely fashion?
Even with no mapping, it's surprisingly effective. Mapping would be better, but this is $200 compared to several times that for mapping.

The problem with the xiaomi is no practicable warranty or customer support in the US. If you have a bigger house and little carpet, the xiaomi is probably worth the gamble. If you have a smaller house or apartment, this eufy will do a great job on hard surfaces and actually pretty good on carpet.

I've had the eufy for a few months, about 2200sqft, half hardwood, two dogs, and I can't believe how much of a difference it's made. Of course it doesn't get 100% coverage, but I run it every day so it's gets everywhere eventually. My first couple days having it, I ran it probably a dozen times and it was full every single time. It's amazing/disturbing how much it picks up every day, and I clean it out every day. As stupid as it is navigationally, it manages to find its base probably 80-90% of the time.
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this vac looks just like the other one that was on the sd from amazon.

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I tend to agree the more I research these vacuums. Why get one that just randomly bounces around your house? Maybe I'm missing something, but it just doesn't seem worth it unless you get one with true mapping.

The Xiaomi scares me because you have zero warranty support if you have issues, which people have plenty of with the Xiaomi Mi robot vacuum.

If someone has better reasoning for/against non mapping vacuums or the Xiaomi please chime in. I'd love to hear more about them.

For 1300 sf, it provides great coverage. Occasionally it gets obsessed with one corner of the house, but as long as it is run a few times a week it overlaps coverages very well. Wish I had waited for the + (and spend $50 less!!)...
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I had robovac 11 and that thing couldnt go for 10 minutes without beeping and stopping. Most of the time it will just round in couple circles and stop for no apparent reason.
Is this better than 11?
Significantly. I returned my Robovac 11 and got the 11+. Suction and suction level options are better, too. Have you tried contacting Eufy support? They've been really helpful when I have reached out.
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i dont see the purpose in buying any vacuum that doesn't have mapping capabilities. i assume this doesn't from the images.

Why spend $199 for one w/o it when you can get the Xiaomi Mi for a little more and ensure your whole house gets cleaned in a timely fashion?
I have the Roomba 650 and this picks up a lot more than the Roomba, so Roomba is sitting in the basement unused at this moment. The 650 was also really loud and not as effective from personal use. As for the Xiaomi Mi, it's not available anywhere in the US unless you import it. Personally, for parts, repair, and warranty purposes, I wanted something that was readily available in the US. Also, from the Sweethome.com, they said this about the Xiaomi Mi:

"Readers keep asking us about the Xiaomi Mi, a LIDAR-navigating bot that costs less than most Neato models (the other brand that uses LIDAR nav). This product is not distributed in the US—it's only available through importers. We're not comfortable recommending a product that might be difficult to exchange or repair. If somebody starts to distribute it in the US, we'll consider looking at it, but for now we have no opinion on this bot."

Not saying it isn't a good option because I'm not familiar with it, just based wanting the Eufy based on US-availability. To each his own! Smilie
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I agree it would make sense to get one w efficient mapping capabilities. But the reputable models are ridiculously expensive. If this one still does the job albeit bouncing around without a brain, who cares about efficiency when its 1/4 of the price as the Roomba 980? And the high end ones aren't perfect either w unique issues. The price of robots are coming down (the industry still evolving)and in a couple of years when this one dies and mist models Offer improvements, I can afford buying another one and I'll still be ahead vs investing $800 now.
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