eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 30C MAX, Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Wi-Fi, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Suction, Boundary Strips Included, Quiet, Self-Charging, Cleans Hard Floors to Medium-Pile Carpets

BrandEufy
Model NameEufy RoboVac 30C MAX
Surface RecommendationCarpets,Hard Floors
Special FeatureBoostIQ, Wi-Fi Compatible, 2000Pa Strong-Suction, 2.85” super slim design
ColorBlack
Product Dimensions12.8'L x 12.8'W x 2.85'H
  • Super-Slim RoboVac: The 2.85′ slim RoboVac boasts an intense suction power (up to 2000 Pa) while maintaining quiet operation.
  • Wi-Fi Convenience: The eufy Clean app, Alexa and the Google Assistant voice control-services let you accomplish your vacuuming needs with zero effort from you.
  • BoostIQ Technology: RoboVac automatically increases suction power within 1.5 seconds when extra vacuuming strength is needed for deep cleaning.
  • Set Boundary Strips: RoboVac uses specialized dual-Hall Sensors to detect the Boundary Strips you set, ensuring it only cleans the areas required.
  • What You Get: RoboVac 30C MAX, 13.2 ft Boundary Strips, remote control (2 AAA batteries included), charging base, AC power adapter, cleaning tool, extra set of high-performance filters, 4 side brushes, 5 cable ties, welcome guide, and our worry-free 12-month warranty.
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Integration Supported smart home integration

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12.8 x 12.8 x 2.85 inches

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Eufy RoboVac 30C MAX

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RoboVac 30C MAX, Charging base, 2* boundary strips 6.6ft /2m, AC power adapter, Remote control (2 AAA batteries included)

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Product guides and documentsUser Guide (PDF)

Frequently asked question

How useful are the 'C' features of the app vs the regular Eufy 30?

I have had both. the 30 has way more suction better app and boundry strips

Will this work in a home without internet? I use the internet via my phone's hotspot. I do not have an internet dedicated router.

Yes, even without the home wifi, the users can still let the RoboVac run automatically or use remote/hotspot to control it.

Does it collide with furniture? Or have a sensor to stop?

The sensor (drop sensors on the bottom and front sensors on the bumper) of our RoboVac works with the infrared. The front sensors on the bumper detect obstacles horizontally while it's working. But obstacles/furniture with very dark-colored surfaces absorb IR, so the RoboVac may bump into them. Objects that are too sho… see more The sensor (drop sensors on the bottom and front sensors on the bumper) of our RoboVac works with the infrared. The front sensors on the bumper detect obstacles horizontally while it's working. But obstacles/furniture with very dark-colored surfaces absorb IR, so the RoboVac may bump into them. Objects that are too short, thin, small may not be recognized (related to sensor layout), such as the thin table legs.

Can you designate specific areas or patterns for the unit to vacuum? Say I’m at work but I Want to have it vacuum 2 specific rooms

No, this RoboVac does not support the mapping function So it cannot automatically set a route to clean your whole house. It uses a Bounce technology, so it just changes directions when encounters obstacles and works in a back-and-forth, straight-line pattern. Would you let it run its own and see its final result? Or yo… see more No, this RoboVac does not support the mapping function So it cannot automatically set a route to clean your whole house. It uses a Bounce technology, so it just changes directions when encounters obstacles and works in a back-and-forth, straight-line pattern. Would you let it run its own and see its final result? Or you can use the remote/app to let it work more effectively. Or you can have a look at the mapping RoboVac. You can search for RoboVac L70 Hybrid, ASIN B07RDFFSJC on Amazon.

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  • Anonymous

    Does the job

    I have a bernedoodle and two cats, so my floor always has hair tumbleweeds and dust and dirt. Regular brooms don’t work and microfiber brooms leave some dirt behind. I can turn this on and have my entire floor almost spotless in about an hour. Then I can come behind and mop. It gets all the corners and along the walls great. The tank is easy to clean and it comes with replacement brushes and filter for when you need them down the road. I can honestly say my floors have never looked better! Some reviews complained about it bumping into things but it does avoid obstacles if the lighting allows. The front of it does have a bumper plate so it’s not just a solid surface ramming into the wall, kinda like a big button. It does not have mapping but ghat was clear when I bought it, so no biggie. It does get every part of the floor if you leave it to do it’s job. It does look like it’s aimlessly cleaning if you’re watching it like a hawk but it is thorough when complete. There is a 30 minute option if you just need a quick clean or you can let it keep going until it needs a charge (over an hour I believe, depending on the suction strength you have it set to). There’s also an app if you don’t want to go find the remote to send it home or change modes. Also not too loud, just sounds like a lightweight vacuum…which is what it is.
    Before starting it I’d suggest making sure all little things are picked up. Like animal toys and anything else random. My dog often pulls the stuffing from his toys but when it’s picked up in the roller of the vacuum it’s easy to remove. I always move all bigs thing from the middle of the floor so it can have a chance to do its best clean. If something is in the way it will avoid that area.
    It does not have a large tank so I empty it every few cleans. Still does a good job when pretty full honestly.
    If a person is in the way it’s only a slight tap when it bumps into you. (I don’t pick up my feet if I’m comfy lol)
    It did take a few tries to set up but I haven’t had any trouble since.
    Hope this helps!!

    06/06/2022
    Verified Purchase

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  • Anonymous

    This thing works way better than expected

    November 1, 2020 update
    One of my two Eufy 30C vacuums began badly malfunctioning well within the warranty period. I contacted Eufy support, and after demonstrating the malfunction (spinning in circles continuously forever), Eufy sent out a brand new replacement that I received within two days of Eufy accepting the warranty issue. Pretty amazing.
    The best part though is that the replacement vacuum clearly has better programming and probably improved hardware. It can now selectively disable the sweeper brushes when it senses that they are caught on something which is a frequent occurrence in our house. This is a very important benefit because without this ability, the gears on the sweeper brushes skip when a brush gets stuck and eventually the gear teeth round off allowing the sweeper brushes to stop spinning on even the slightest obstacle. Another benefit is that this updated version seems to be able to better avoid getting stuck at drop offs. It also seems to have an updated algorithm for is vacuuming pattern, although I’m not sure that the altered algorithm is improved. I’ve found that in our dining room the vacuum spends an inordinately large amount of time around the dining table, and it actually seems to sometimes be unable to find its way out of fairly tight confines.
    Overall, the updated firmware/hardware make this a much better vacuum, and I’ve updated my rating of it to 5 stars. There are still things that could be better, but for the price, this vacuum is awesome.
    October 4, 2020 update:
    We bought two of these – one for the upper floor and one for the lower floor. The one on the upper floor gets way more use, and its starting to go bad. One of the side/edge brushes easily is stopped from spinning (drive gear is likely become stripped), and the vacuum often start spinning in a circle with nothing blocking it. Now happens every time we use it. This is a common problem, and some people have found that this is correlated to there being debris in the mechanism of the center gimbal wheel. Not for mine though. I have also cleaned all the sensor windows multiple times. Power-cycling the vacuum usually fixes the issue temporarily. Its currently spinning in a circle as I write this. Was good while it lasted. Hoping the warranty is good.
    Original review:
    We’ve only had this thing for about a week, but in that one week, its done way better than I expected. We vacuum every other week with an upright cord vacuum, and since robovacs have relatively low suction power and flow rate, I wasn’t expecting it to find much of anything, but to my surprise, its vacuumed up tons of cat hair and fine dirt, and larger debris. Immediately after the vacuum reaches full charge, I set it loose in some part of the house. Its been run through each room multiple times now, and it keeps finding stuff. And I clean the dust bin and shake out the filter after each run, so I know exactly what its finding. Its very impressive, especially for the sale price. If it lasts even six months before breaking, it will have been worth it.
    Here are the positives:
    – Probably the best thing about it is the ability to clean under beds and other furniture that can’t easily be cleaned with a conventional vacuum.
    – It does a good job of cleaning in other hard to reach places.
    – We have a piano in the house, and I watched carefully to see if it would damage it, but so far, it hasn’t marred it. This robovac has a rubber bumper, and it requires only a light touch (or no touch) to get it to change direction.
    – The wifi feature is great for notifying the user when the Eufy is fully charged or when its stuck.
    – It catches way more stuff than I ever expected.
    Neutral aspects:
    – It cannot see toys, cords, clothing, and any other small items on the floor, and it will easily get stuck on these items, so a room has to be prepped before letting the Eufy loose in it. In a way this is a positive feature because it forces the user to tidy up the floor area.
    – It takes about 3-4 hours to charge.
    Some negatives:
    – It does good at sensing ledges that have a hard edge like an uncarpeted step down, but we have a single step down in our living room that’s carpeted, and the Eufy gets stuck on it all the time.
    – It routinely gets stuck under toe kicks in the kitchen and in our master bath.
    – It has a hard time getting onto some our throw rugs. Its not an issue of tassels but rather, the debris gathering spinners at the front work their way under the throw rug, and this prevents the Eufy from being able to drive onto the throw rug.
    – The fact that the Eufy will notify you via wifi and a beep when its stuck is great, but it gets stuck multiple times during a cleaning run, so it can’t be left to run unattended, at least not in our house.
    – It will only find its way back to the charging base if its relatively close, perhaps only within 15 feet.
    – It does not get anywhere close to 100 minutes on a full charge. We are consistently seeing only 30-40 minutes max.

    04/19/2022
    Verified Purchase

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