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eufy RoboVac G30 Series Pre-order: Starting from $229.99

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The effective date range for purchasing pre-order code is 6/23-7/5.

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Eufy - best bang for your buck robotic vacuums hands down.
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What's the edge strip all about? Looks like that's the only difference.
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What's the edge strip all about? Looks like that's the only difference.
its a magnetic strip that you can tape down to your floor to prevent it leaving/entering a room. Can buy15ft strips of it (cut to fit) on amazon for like 15 bucks.

I use it with my eufy 35c
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its a magnetic strip that you can tape down to your floor to prevent it leaving/entering a room. Can buy15ft strips of it (cut to fit) on amazon for like 15 bucks.

I use it with my eufy 35c
Thanks. Got a link to a good strip on Amazon? Search magnetic strip or is a special kind? I have the 30c and love the little guy, paid $180 on Woot.
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Thanks, I wasn't aware this was coming out and purchased a code!
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Just purchased the 11S for $160 but am not a fan of the random bump and go pathfinding nor the fact that it can't find it's base to return to. Think I'll return the 11S and jump on this pre-order.
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Thanks. Got a link to a good strip on Amazon? Search magnetic strip or is a special kind? I have the 30c and love the little guy, paid $180 on Woot.
i use this one, works fine,
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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This looks like a really good buy at the price. It does basic mapping which makes it much better than the simpler bump navigation, at a much cheaper price than the fancier lidar based ones.
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My perhaps 10-year old Roomba 550 still runs, having gone a couple of battery changes, filter+brush replacements. I usually just close off the bedroom doors to have the Roomba clean one room at a time (I never use their virtual wall units).

I found my Roomba's cleaning power sufficient but it's pretty noisy. I like how the parts disassemble easily for cleaning and replacement, including the filter.

I can only assume that robot vacuum technology have come a long way in 10 years.

If you own a Eufy RoboVac, I'd appreciate your comments on its quality/performance/ease-of-use. Is this RoboVac G30 considered the high-end offering from Eufy? How often can I expect to have to replace the filters (which I gather is not washable under running water)? (Yes; there are plenty of user reviews on Amazon; but I don't know which brands/models this G30 would reasonably compare with.)
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Just purchased the 11S for $160 but am not a fan of the random bump and go pathfinding nor the fact that it can't find it's base to return to. Think I'll return the 11S and jump on this pre-order.
i just got an 11s and we're rather pleased w/ it. The random bump is kinda meh, and yeah it seems to be weird sometimes on going home. Sometimes making a B line for the base and other times I struggle is it really even trying to get home? But the suction seems great. It transitions from hardwood, vinyl plank and carpet impressively. The non smart/wifi part kinda blows and the battery isn't what its supposed to be. I find it rather quiet on all 3 surfaces even on max and if we shut the doors I couldnt even here it last night. For the sub $100 price we're beyond pleased w/ it.
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My perhaps 10-year old Roomba 550 still runs, having gone a couple of battery changes, filter+brush replacements. I usually just close off the bedroom doors to have the Roomba clean one room at a time (I never use their virtual wall units).

I found my Roomba's cleaning power sufficient but it's pretty noisy. I like how the parts disassemble easily for cleaning and replacement, including the filter.

I can only assume that robot vacuum technology have come a long way in 10 years.

If you own a Eufy RoboVac, I'd appreciate your comments on its quality/performance/ease-of-use. Is this RoboVac G30 considered the high-end offering from Eufy? How often can I expect to have to replace the filters (which I gather is not washable under running water)? (Yes; there are plenty of user reviews on Amazon; but I don't know which brands/models this G30 would reasonably compare with.)
I've owned a Eufy Robovac 11S for about 1 year. It's worked beyond my expectations for sure, we have it set to run every night in our main floor which is about 60% wood floor, 40% medium pile carpet. Since we have a toddler there's always crumbs and stuff everywhere every day and pretty much every morning the little robot's tray is pretty full with lint and crumbs. It does a pretty good job considering it travels randomly covering the area which I estimate to be just shy of 1,000 SF. It typically takes about 90 minutes to complete its cleaning. It rarely gets jammed up, sometimes there's toys on the floor that will get it but it's a quick clear on my part. Recently the battery died on mine, since I was under the warranty period Eufy mailed me a new battery for free. The robot came with two sets of filters/brushes so I've only changed them once since I bought it. It's a paper filter so not a good idea to wash with water.
I will be ordering this g30 to upgrade my 11S, looking forward to the 2000 Pa suction vs the 1300 we're used to as well as perhaps a better cleaning pattern.
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May seem like an odd question - but do these things trigger alarm/motion detectors generally? I would assume most alarm motion sensors should gear towards sensing heat, not just movement, but thought I'd ask what people's experience with this has been. I've never owned one of these but am considering it.
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May seem like an odd question - but do these things trigger alarm/motion detectors generally? I would assume most alarm motion sensors should gear towards sensing heat, not just movement, but thought I'd ask what people's experience with this has been. I've never owned one of these but am considering it.
Yes it will trigger basic motion detect units. Some of those smart cameras with AI that can tell the difference between human movement and pet movement will sometimes think it's a pet.
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My perhaps 10-year old Roomba 550 still runs, having gone a couple of battery changes, filter+brush replacements. I usually just close off the bedroom doors to have the Roomba clean one room at a time (I never use their virtual wall units).

I found my Roomba's cleaning power sufficient but it's pretty noisy. I like how the parts disassemble easily for cleaning and replacement, including the filter.

I can only assume that robot vacuum technology have come a long way in 10 years.

If you own a Eufy RoboVac, I'd appreciate your comments on its quality/performance/ease-of-use. Is this RoboVac G30 considered the high-end offering from Eufy? How often can I expect to have to replace the filters (which I gather is not washable under running water)? (Yes; there are plenty of user reviews on Amazon; but I don't know which brands/models this G30 would reasonably compare with.)
I have a 15C Max with smart phone features. Been running it for months almost every day. No problems with it. Have had multiple people comment that it's much quieter than other models they've had. I think most Eufy robovacs have the same suite of sensors on board. Drop sensors, bump sensor, and 9 infrared sensors. The infrared sensors make it so it doesn't always bump. Most of the time it turns around before it bumps into something and can even follow around curved surfaces just fine. Never had any real issues with it other than getting caught up on chords and stuff or finding it's way into something I honestly didn't think it would find it's way into. My model didn't include the barrier strip detection so we have set up some decorative trimming wood pieces under desks and the entertainment center as a physical barrier. Its dust bin is completely stuffed after 2-3 runs. You can find all the parts for cheap on amazon. Rollers, batteries, filters, brushes, docking stations etc. We ordered another docking station as well, because we have a circular floor plan and if it tried to go home from the opposite end of the circle floor plan it just couldn't navigate back over in a timely manner. So we have docking station on each side now and it always find's it way home in a few minutes to one of the stations, unless it locks itself in a room from a door closing. I always leave it on the smart suction mode and you can hear the suction increase or decrease as it rolls across various surfaces. It easily last about an hr and half in this mode every single time before it heads home.We have an all hard floor space with half it covered in giant area rugs and even have some high pile thick bathroom rugs. It easily rolls over all of them. I have noticed from time to time sometimes it doesn't make it into a room at all during cleaning. Other times it will travel into the same room 3 different times. Everything dissembles easily by hand except the battery compartment and wheel spring system which is held in by a few screws. I have had to take the whole unit completely apart because the dog pooped in the house while we were gone and the Eufy was on auto schedule run mode....came home to a house literally full of shit. It comes with 2 heavy duty HEPA filters that are washable. The thin paper ones are not. You can find both on amazon for cheap. I wash the filter, roller, and dustbin once every few weeks and leave them to dry for a day.

I plan on ordering this one, because I really want the smart navigation feature. I'm just waiting until the last day of this promotion to see if they sweeten the deal a little. Once we get the smart one, the dumb one is going upstairs and the smart one will stay downstairs. I'm a little disappointed it doesn't have the ability to save floor plans or have virtual walls but it's also half the price of entry level smart navigation units from other brands. And some of the reviews on those other entry level navigation units concerned me because they didn't clean as well for the money, or they completely ignored the virtual barriers from time to time etc.
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