Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner

9.9

9.9/10

The Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner may be super-slim, but it’s packed with a 3-point cleaning system, BoostIQ technology, and up to 1500Pa of suction power to ensure your floors and carpets are clear of all dirt, dust, and crumbs. And with Wi-Fi built-in, you can accomplish all your cleaning needs from your smartphone.

Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

Initial impressions of the 30C weren’t very good. Its a black low profile circle, which bumps itself around the house. The low profile works for under furniture and hard to reach spots.

The battery is around an hour and a half, with it being about to get around the whole flat and then back for a charge. There is an app so you can control the direction, and monitor the battery. A feature I rarely use is Google/Alexa support. You could say OK Google, clean the flat, but the app allowed for schedules so it never seemed needed.

Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner

The 30c has a 0.6-litre dust bin in the back, this can be slid out when needed. There are two main rubber wheels, with a 3rd direction wheel on the front. The main brush area is between the two wheels, with two circular brushes on either side. The circular brushes are great for sideboards, as they grab the little bits of dust.

Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

The big feature missing is the room mapping feature, so many bigger products use. The 30c uses its front bumper to bump around the room. This can mean that at times it may miss areas of the room. Though I have found that setting it off twice a day, works a treat. There are magnet strips included which can be placed around areas you don’t wish the 30c to go. These works as expected, but don’t look nice all over your floor. There are also drop sensors, which stop it throwing itself off the landing.

You will need to get into the habit of doing a 30c cleanup, this involves any cables and socks etc. If anything gets stuck, the 30c will immediately stop and sound a little alarm. You can also use the app, to see what the issue is.

Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

There are three modes you can use, but I found the BoostIQ mode to be the best. This will run on the lower “standard” set until it hits an area where it feels it needs more suction. This will then activate the “Max” mode, which utilises the full 1,500Pa power.

Overall, the Eufy RoboVac 30C Robot Vacuum Cleaner is a great cheap robot vacuum. The app allows for smart controls, and the lack of room mapping isn’t that important if you let it do its thing. Finally, check out our Digital Home section for other reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.

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