Eufy's high-tech smart, connected vacuums can be controlled in multiple ways and feature similar mechanics to non-smart vacs. All you need to do is set the vacs and let them do the cleaning for you. Plus, with the current low prices, they cost less than many non-smart vacs.
This popular robot vacuum boasts 5× more suction power than early models. Its slim design can easily fit underneath furniture, while its navigation system prevents it from bumping into things. You can control it from your phone and run it any time of the day or night as it's incredibly quiet and no louder than the hum of a microwave.
While our furry friends add a lot of love and happiness to our lives, they also add hair and mess! The Eufy RoboVac G30 Edge uses Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0 to navigate quickly and efficiently along a planned route; boundary strips help keep it away from pet’s beds or safe spaces. The strong 2000Pa of suction power can collect hair, litter and other debris while staying as quiet as a microwave so it won’t frighten your cat or dog. Using the app you can check the cleaning records, schedule cleanings or switch cleaning modes.
If you want the best of the best, the G40Hybrid+ offers a lot of technology in a small package. Since it's a 2-in-1 vacuum and mop it thoroughly cleans your floors with little human involvement! The mapping function memorizes your house environment to create a virtual layout for your RoboVac, and it can tell the vacuum what room it is in and where to clean. The 130ml water tank holds enough water for 60 minutes of mopping.
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