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eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 11S MAX, Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Super-Strong Suction, Quiet, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum Cleaner, Cleans Hard Floors to Medium-Pile Carpets, Black
|Surface Recommendation||Dual Action, Hard Floor, Carpet|
|Controller Type||Remote Control|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12.8 x 12.8 x 2.85 inches|
|Item Weight||5.73 Pounds|
About this item
- All-New RoboVac: Re-engineered to boast our strongest ever suction power (2000Pa Max) while maintaining quiet operation and a super-slim design (2.85”).
- BoostIQ Technology: Automatically increases suction power within 1.5 seconds when extra vacuuming strength is needed to get the best clean.
- A Quiet Clean: Vacuums for up to 100 minutes** on hardwood floors with consistent, powerful suction at a volume no louder than a microwave.
- Premium Features: Anti-scratch tempered glass-top cover for protection, infrared-sensor for evading obstacles, and drop-sensing tech to avoid falls. Automatically recharges so it’s always ready to clean. Unibody filter makes for easier cleaning and less maintenance.
- What You Get: RoboVac 11S MAX, remote control (2 AAA batteries included), charging base, AC power adapter, cleaning tool, extra set of unibody filter, 4 side brushes, 5 cable ties, welcome guide, and our worry-free 12-month warranty.
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3-Point Cleaning System
Three brushes and strong suction power effectively loosen, extract, and vacuum dirt to give a superior clean.
Never worry about running out of juice.
RoboVac automatically returns to HomeBase when battery is low.
Versatile Cleaning Modes
A cleaning mode for every scenario. Ensure an effortless, thorough cleaning while you relax.
Disturbs Dust Not People
Advanced brushless motor significantly reduces vacuuming noise.
RoboVac uses advanced sensors which detect drops to avoid falling down stairs and off of ledges.
Anti-collision sensors ensure RoboVac doesn’t bump into objects around the house.
Knows Your Home
With over 10 built-in infrared sensors Robovac is constantly aware of its surroundings.
Large wheels roll over carpets and climb over door ledges to get to the mess.
RoboVac 11S MAX
The Super-Slim and Powerful RoboVac
Eliminate Vacuuming Chores
RoboVac takes on dust-busting around your home so you don’t have to. Multiple cleaning modes and auto-clean scheduling ensure an effortless, thorough clean while you relax.
Lean, Mean, Cleaning Machine
2000Pa of suction power ensures your home is clear of dirt, dust, and crumbs. RoboVac may be super-slim, but it’s packed with a 3-point cleaning system consisting of a suction inlet, roll-brush, and side-brush which deliver meticulous cleaning.
Cleans While You Relax
Refined from the inside out to provide quiet vacuuming with zero hassle, RoboVac cleans with the equivalent volume of a microwave, and is only 2.85” tall to clean under low-hanging furniture with ease.
More Dust, Less Fuss
A large 0.6L dustbin allows RoboVac to pick up more dirt and dust to take full advantage of 100 minutes** of continuous cleaning.
The anti-scratch tempered glass cover provides a sleek look and superior protection for RoboVac, while the unibody filter achieves a better clean for your home.
For Optimal Use:
- Use on low- to medium-pile carpets, tile, laminated, and hardwood floors. Not suitable for high-pile carpet or very dark-colored floors.
- Move cables out of the way to avoid tangling. 5 cable ties are provided in the package to help you better organize wires and power cords.
*Compared to previous eufy RoboVac models.
**Standard suction mode (hardwood floors) provides approx. 100 mins of cleaning. BoostIQ mode (carpeting) provides approx. 60 mins of cleaning.
Max suction mode on medium-pile carpets provides approx. 40 mins of cleaning.
|Robovac 11S Max||Robovac 11S Max||RoboVac 30C MAX||RoboVac 30C||RoboVac 30||RoboVac 12|
|Max Suction Power||2000Pa||2000Pa||2000 Pa||1500Pa||1500Pa||1500Pa|
|BoostIQ Technology||2nd Gen||2nd Gen||2nd Gen||2nd Gen||2nd Gen||2nd Gen|
|Dust Box Capacity||0.6L||0.6L||0.6L||0.6L||0.6L||0.6L|
|Product Height||2.85 in||2.85 in||2.85 in||2.85 in||2.85 in||2.85 in|
|Climbing Threshold||0.63 in||0.63 in||0.63 in||0.63 in||0.63 in||0.63 in|
|Boundary Strips||-||-||13.2 ft||13.2 ft||13.2 ft||-|
|Works with Amazon Alexa||-||-||✓||✓||-||-|
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There is little doubt this unit is just slightly smarter than a bag of hammers. Thank goodness I can make it do it's work at 4AM when I don't care how many times it goes over the same spot or misses something that is just "right over there you stupid bleeping robot!" But, day after day, this hunk of electronic sensors strapped to a vacuum comes home with a bin full of stuff. I'm at the point where I don't even know where it gets the stuff and I'm seriously questioning my ability to clean my house. And also somewhat ashamed of the filth that I've lived with and didn't even know about.
It goes places it probably shouldn't and if you have any degree of OCD, it will hurt your brain to watch it. It goes under furniture and shelving where it barely manages to escape, plays ping pong with table/chair legs for a bit and it has an inexplicable infatuation with the clear storage totes under my guest bed. It'll really like one area/room for awhile, but then will go elsewhere, only to be back 2 minutes later...and you're like, "Well, that was the *least* efficient way to do that. Whatever, a goldfish is smarter than you." Whenever I'm in the kitchen doing something, it has the whole lower floor it could be cleaning, but it will insist several times on cleaning the spot right under my feet. It loves to chase my cats and in turn, my cats will engage it in a battle of home domination, swatting it and trying to eat the spinny brushes while it charges. One cat will lay on the lower step and lazily swat at it as it goes by. Just when you think there might be the slightest sense of intelligence and you're having this "It's alive!" moment, it reminds you how dumb it is by gently ramming itself into a piece of furniture. I don't know how it does it, but despite looking like it couldn't find it's way out of a paper bag, it somehow manages to find home base for charging most of the time.
But, it gets around, even in an ever changing layout. It deals with my wood floors, several area rugs and a section of medium pile carpet without much incident. It hasn't once tried to go over a stair in my home. It gets probably a good 70%+ of a complex, 1,000 square foot U-shaped layout of my main floor, with plenty of furniture making navigation much worse. But, it does that 70%+ every day and I don't even have to think about it. Based on the sheer amount of cat hair and dust this thing picks up daily, I'd say the suction and pickup mechanisms are pretty good. I can't tell you if they're better than older Eufy or other branded units, but the spec's say so.
I was worried about how much of my lifestyle I'd have to change to adapt to this thing. Turns out, very little. I can still leave stuff around if I want and it won't try to eat everything in its path. It does occasionally try to commit robot death on various cat toys the kitties leave about, but that's maybe one 1 out of 10 times it needs saving. I have a rug in my kitchen that it loves to push into a pile, but that's only a minor annoyance and doesn't cause it harm. I have to be careful not to leaving charging cords and such about. Once every couple weeks it won't find it's way all the way home, but it's usually pretty darn close to the charging station by the time it dies. I thought it might become inconvenient to "save" the unit from it's self-inflicted stupidity, but the value it provides exceeds the inconvenience.
I can see why people like these things. And there's a good chance I may buy the three I need, maybe this one or maybe others. But, for now I'm pretty happy with this one. It's a 5 out of 5 cat toy and a pretty useful home appliance that will save you time and improve your home's upkeep. I'll update this review with any significant changing opinions, but for now this "dumb, smart thing" gets 5 stars.
Update: About 4 months after running this thing daily, one of the side brush motors started to malfunction. Normally, a product malfunctioning that soon would irk me to reducing my review stars immediately, but I sucked it up and contacted support. I requested, specifically, to do a self repair of the brush motor right out of the gate. They didn't request for me to send it in for repair, demand an expensive cross shipped replacement or question my self-assessment to repair equipment that I owned. They just told me they have the part in stock, requested I send them a video of the problem, asked for the address and put the brush motor in the mail. They then confirmed that if this didn't make it work right, they would still support me until it did. They worked with me exactly how I wanted them to, stood behind their product 100% and for that, not even a single star will be reduced from my original review.
Update 2: I knocked two stars from my review. Not because of the unit, which is still great, but because of the replacement air filters. They are $11 for TWO of them! That's nearly 3 times the price of the previous filters, or about a $65 annual operating cost when changing them out once a month. IMO, that's simply too expensive for a vacuum and even my high end upright isn't nearly that expensive to operate using *HEPA grade* vacuum bags. Not just that, they are incredibly terrible for the environment by requiring you to buy the substantial plastic filter housing every time. Had I known this at the time of my purchase, I would have selected a different unit - probably the initial version of the 11S. Eufy needs to make the plastic filter housing so you can open it and use a less expensive and more environmentally friendly air filter. I generally don't like systems with expensive proprietary maintenance parts when it's entirely unnecessary. In the mean time, I am now going many months in between filter changes, using canned air to clean them out. If Eufy changes their filter approach, I'll upgrade my rating again. Until then, I recommend units that don't require these expensive and wasteful filters.
This morning I ran Kiki again. Max mode is louder but not terrible. We drank coffee and watched the news without issue. She found the master bedroom and gobbled up the dust bunnies under our bed. Then she purposely made her way into our bathroom. Came straight in, edged under the the double vanity getting all of my wife’s hair, then jetted out. Eventually she found her way back to her station. Instead of going through the chairs, Kiki twitched side to side like she has echolocation. Didn’t bump into anything and rolled into her charging station like the good girl she is!
A dirty house stresses my OCD wife and this little vac is an answered prayer. After one day Kiki has made an impact. It’s fascinating to watch her work. She did get stuck once because I didn’t secure some power cables between the couch and wall.
Buy this Eufy!!! I already recommended to a friend! - Jake
***Update - After 5 months of top notch cleaning, Kiki's suction dropped. She was great at moving the dirt, but none was vacuumed. I emailed Eufy Support and they were so great! I followed their troubleshooting instruction and provided a short video of the problem. They sent me a return label for my Eufy. Once they received it, we got a brand new replacement! Kiki 2 has our house looking great again!! Thanks Eufy! Love the support and your RoboVac!
It works fantastic. Easy to charge and turn it on (downside) with the remote. It's fairly much quieter than all my old vacuum cleaners. And it's really fun to watch.
(1) It's super easy to remove the dirt from the unit and clean the brushes.
(2) It is thin and slim, so it can get under furniture without getting stuck.
(3) It returns to its dock by itself so no hassle.
Now for the cons:
(1) It bumps into wood furnitures, but slightly enough to NOT cause damage.
(2) It tends to clean the same repeatedly sometimes, but in the end, it DOES clean everything. I just left it run around and find its way back.
(3) Not really a con, but the wheel sometimes got stuck on a cord. I'd suggest to move the laying around cords and small objects before using it. There is a "cable tie" in the package which you can stock the cables together.
All in all, I really enjoy it. I haven't reached out to Eufy'so customer service yet, but based on my previous experience with Eufy and Anker, they have very responsible communication and customer service. I will definitely purchase more eufy products.
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Also, the MAX seems less intelligent than the regular 11S. It gets stuck trying to go head-on across floor reducers. Eventually it figures out to try an angled approach to climb over the reducer. The MAX sits there for about 10 seconds spinning its wheels and brushes trying to climb over the reducer head-on not moving, until it tries a different approach or abandons the attempt. The regular 11S when it encounters the same area, it abandons its current approach in about 3 seconds, and becomes successful more quickly.
In my opinion the 11S regular is better value, and its suction is just as good as the 11S MAX. The 11S MAX didn't show an superior cleaning capability, cost more to purchase and will definitely cost more to operate because of having to replace the HEPA very quickly.
I hate using app based systems anymore after update and 5g issues..
Eufy11s max makes stunning vacuuming for 100 mins in boostiq mode every time and would always go back to charger. I empty it every other day and it is amazing to see the amount of dust it picks up.
I had a black carpet with red designs and eufy11s max had no issue navigating over it.
It avoid steps and won't bump to most of the flat surfaces except Choc chair legs and steel railings but interestingly it would edge clean them..
Its noise level is low on a hard floor and carpet but when it navigates on tile flooring I could hear the transition bumps which is bit annoying..
It would get covered in static dust overtime.
So far the biggest flaws I experienced are
1.Hitting all rails.
2.The tile transition sound
3. I prefered to run this on alternate days rather than present everyday schedule. But I got to admit that it picked good amount of dust everyday and this flaw may or may not be an issue for some..
4.Brushes got out of shape in 2 months. Not a serious issue but a flaw.
5.I prefered different colour..
1.Keep it close to a wall with no obstruction to help it go back to charger.
2.If possible clean the bin n hepa filter quiet often to enjoy high suction.
3. Move chairs n other closely packed items away to help it to help you best.
I recommend people with dust allergies or kids should own one robotic vacuum and eufy11s max won't disappoint.
It started acting weird after my daughter stepped over it accidently. After checking everything I gave it a decent kick and it is ok since..😆😆
But I'm unable to find replacement filter in Canada. They are only available in USA.
The filter get dirty quickly and can be cleaned on a daily basis. But it needs to be replace once in a while.
Don't get fooled by other offers and check the picture added to compare. I use the eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S MAX.
It uses different type of blue case filter with v-Shape.
If you are looking to buy this vacuum, there are a few things to consider.
1. The suction is very good. On carpet, it is not perfect. It leaves behind some hairs.
2. On "Automatic mode", which is the normal mode for cleaning a room, it stays from the wall about 4 inches. That means that if you only ever run it on "Automatic", the edges of your room will remain dirty. However, there is an "Edge" mode that ONLY cleans the edges of rooms. I have to run "Edge" mode periodically and allow the vacuum to run in "Automatic" daily.
3. The vacuum is very thin. We had an older Roomba and it would continually get stuck under certain pieces of furniture. This vacuum is able to get under all our furniture.
4. The light on the vacuum never goes off. This may be a problem if the vacuum charger is in the bedroom.
5. The vacuum will run until batteries are low before it tries to dock in the charging station. This takes about 90 minutes.
6. We have cats. This vacuum collects much more hair and dust than we expect everyday.
I would recommend this product.
I bought this one because of the low profile and the low price hoping it would fit under some furniture that the Roomba couldn't and because of the low price. It didn't fit beneath the couch, and it seems to require new filters at a high rate.
It also requires much more maintenance, than the older Roomba. Its bin capacity is a bit lower? And when full it leaves things on the floor. The Roomba goes much longer between bin dumps. The remote control is good and the ability to easily schedule cleaning times is nice. But overall.. Not recommended.
Il en va de soit que ce n'est pas parfait, un ménage s'impose de temps à autre de notre main! Surtout dans les coins. Mais en général, c'est TRÈS satisfaisant!
My floors are messy, I have an old Lab. he sheds a lot. Fur is about 2" long and this thing picks it up no problem.
Fits under my dining table, bumping to get out but only takes 4 bumps to make its way out. Cleans the dog fur stuck under the legs (impressed there).
Quiet too. I have it running while I write the review and much quieter than my Meile bag and Dyson handled vacs, but not as powerful. less noisy than my bathroom exhaust fans (builder grade fans) for perspective.
Dog fur however does stick to the outer bumper (issue with all my vacs, fur loves to be clingy).
Last, the randomness is kind of funny. Its going back to do the living room for a second time (has done the dining twice now).
For a first entry into robot vacs, this is a nice little unit. Smart enough not to fall off the stairs (dark brown stair hardwood), gets most areas cleaned in its randomness (not efficient by any means), but for the price this unit is awesome.
IF it causes me grief Ill post something.
-2 stars. It just fell down the stairs, no sun in stairs. It has stopped before. Woke the baby up.
Still runs but for how long?