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Walmart has Anker eufy RoboVac 25C WiFi Connected Robot Vacuum on sale for $99. Shipping is free.

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Walmart [walmart.com] has Anker eufy 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum on sale for $99. Shipping is free.
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I've had 2 of these for the last 2 years, they've held up really well. Schedule cleaning, and they'll probably get lost or need to be manually returned to the charging dock, but they do a decent job doing nightly quick cleans.
This was my first robovac. It's a decent floor duster. Struggles to find the charging base, gets stuck on everything, a few times it fell down the stairs. There was a better refurb model on sale at eBay for cheaper. With a longer warranty. Not sure if still active.
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11-24-2022 at 04:08 PM.
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I've had 2 of these for the last 2 years, they've held up really well. Schedule cleaning, and they'll probably get lost or need to be manually returned to the charging dock, but they do a decent job doing nightly quick cleans.
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11-24-2022 at 04:22 PM.
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This was my first robovac. It's a decent floor duster. Struggles to find the charging base, gets stuck on everything, a few times it fell down the stairs. There was a better refurb model on sale at eBay for cheaper. With a longer warranty. Not sure if still active.
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11-24-2022 at 04:31 PM.
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This was my first robovac. It's a decent floor duster. Struggles to find the charging base, gets stuck on everything, a few times it fell down the stairs. There was a better refurb model on sale at eBay for cheaper. With a longer warranty. Not sure if still active.

The refurb g30 for $86 is dead - https://slickdeals.net/f/16188487-eufy-robovac-g30-verge-robotic-vacuum-reconditioned-86-free-shipping-85-99?src=SiteSearch


There is a deal on the g32 for $119 at Walmart which can use the magnetic strips and has a more systematic way of cleaning than the one in in OP - https://slickdeals.net/f/16182046-eufy-g32-pro-robo-vac-119-at-walmart?src=SiteSearch
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11-24-2022 at 04:33 PM.
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The refurb g30 for $86 is dead - https://slickdeals.net/f/16188487-eufy-robovac-g30-verge-robotic-vacuum-reconditioned-86-free-shipping-85-99?src=SiteSearch


There is a deal on the g32 for $119 at Walmart which can use the magnetic strips and has a more systematic way of cleaning than the one in in OP - https://slickdeals.net/f/16182046-eufy-g32-pro-robo-vac-119-at-walmart?src=SiteSearch
The 32 pro does not come with strips. And they are almost identical. They have the same mapping technology.
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The 32 pro does not come with strips. And they are almost identical. They have the same mapping technology.

I must have gotten confused about the strips. Looks like the G32 has 2000 Pa compared to 1500 Pa of the 25C. The G32 also navigates in straight lines while the 25C navigates in random directions.
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11-24-2022 at 04:49 PM.
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I must have gotten confused about the strips. Looks like the G32 has 2000 Pa compared to 1500 Pa of the 25C. The G32 also navigates in straight lines while the 25C navigates in random directions.
Oh yes I was comparing the 32 pro from Walmart for 120 to the 30 verge that was on eBay. Those two are nearly identical. This 25c was just ok. So either of the other two would be better. The 30 being ideal if they discount again. I had got the 32 pro and returned it for the verge.
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11-24-2022 at 05:25 PM.
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The 32 pro does not come with strips. And they are almost identical. They have the same mapping technology.
I just got the 32 Pro for $119. It has stronger suction (2000 pa), changes suction when it goes from flooring to carpet, anti-collision sensor to keep it from bumping into objects, app control with cleaning history, mapping, weights 5.92 lbs. as opposed to 5.2, etc. Orig. $299. II've only used it once so far and haven't tried mapping yet.
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11-24-2022 at 05:28 PM.
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This was my first robovac. It's a decent floor duster. Struggles to find the charging base, gets stuck on everything, a few times it fell down the stairs. There was a better refurb model on sale at eBay for cheaper. With a longer warranty. Not sure if still active.
Same. It made me realize that I liked the concept, but getting a Roborock with LiDAR is a complete game changer.

This one isn't terrible if you have an open concept, but it won't really work well at all if you have multiple rooms.
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I have this 25C model too. Been using it for about 1 year.

Works OK for a basic vacuum. It is dumb and can get stuck on things some. Usually won't finish a run without some attendence to get it unstuck. It doesn't do any mapping and seems to just do a random walk until the battery runs out and it returns to base.
But really overall it works pretty well considering the price.
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11-25-2022 at 07:40 AM.
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I bought it last year around this time for this same price. It picks up dirt more than the Roborock Lidar that I have.
However since it's random, it's best used in a small room where it's guaranteed to cover all the spots. You turn it on in a room; it has instant start; even before you had lifted your finger from the start button, it would have already whirred up and moving; shut the room door; it will keep running around madly until it runs out of battery (about 40 minutes). You definitely get a clean room (mine is hardwood floor) at the end of it. Pro: because of it's slim size, it can get underneath bed, shelf, sofa even if these have short rise above ground. Con: Recharge takes nearly five hours.
Recommended as an additional vacuum but certainly for a big entire house.
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11-25-2022 at 08:50 AM.
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The two eufy vacs I got a couple years ago are pretty much useless now. On one one of the wheels stopped so it just spins in a circle before shutting down. The other just randomly stops all the time. Both had to get new batteries last year as the charge barely lasted an hour.
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I purchased a eufy 15c a few years ago and it seriously turned me away from the brand. Even though it's slim it got stuck everywhere and would start its annoying beep.

I watched it regularly close doors and lock itself in a room. I've also watched it attempt to ramp small objects like scales and frantically reverse until it beaches itself.

I'll never order a eufy vac again and to anyone that does I hope you have a better experience.
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I purchased a eufy 15c a few years ago and it seriously turned me away from the brand. Even though it's slim it got stuck everywhere and would start its annoying beep.

I watched it regularly close doors and lock itself in a room. I've also watched it attempt to ramp small objects like scales and frantically reverse until it beaches itself.

I'll never order a eufy vac again and to anyone that does I hope you have a better experience.
You get what you pay for.. for this cheap..it does what it can well
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