eufy Robovac 11 vs 11+ vs 11S vs 30 vs 30C: Comparison, & Which To Get

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eufy has a few different robo vac models in their range.

We take an interest in them, because they have a capacity to help clean up low volumes of pet hair in the house as well as general mess of course.

We’ve put together an eufy Robovac 11 vs 11+ vs 11S vs 30 vs 30C Comparison Guide outlining the differences and similarities of these robo vacs.

You should be able to get a quick idea of which one is best for you based on your needs.

Let’s take a closer look at them!

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

eufy Robovac 11 vs 11+ vs 11S vs 30 vs 30C: Comparison, & Which To Get

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these robo vacs here:

 

eufy Robovac 11 vs 11+ vs 11S vs 30 vs 30C: Which To Get

The 11S is the best value vacuum in our opinion when you consider price, and then performance and reliability.

You may want to get the 30C if you want smartphone app control, and Alexa voice activation though.

 

eufy Robovac 11 vs 11+ vs 11S vs 30 vs 30C: Differences

These vacs come with slightly different cleaning modes, and also different accessories.

Apart from that, some of the different features are:

11 Model

  • Has 1000Pa max suction power
  • Has a 0.55L dust container
  • Runs at a 60dB sound level
  • Product height is 3.07 in
  • Has a climbing height of 0.59 inches
  • No boundary strips
  • Comes with a remote (no Smartphone app control, or Alexa)

 

11+ Model

  • Has 1000Pa max suction power
  • Has a 0.55L dust container
  • Runs at a 60dB sound level
  • Product height is 3.35 in
  • Has a climbing height of 0.59 inches
  • No boundary strips
  • Comes with a remote (no Smartphone app control, or Alexa)

 

11S Model

  • Has 1300Pa max suction power
  • Has a 0.6L dust container
  • Runs at a 55dB sound level
  • Product height is 2.85 in
  • Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches
  • No boundary strips
  • Comes with a remote (no Smartphone app control, or Alexa)

 

30 Model

  • Has 1500Pa max suction power
  • Has a 0.6L dust container
  • Runs at a 55dB sound level
  • Product height is 2.85 in
  • Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches
  • Comes with boundary strips
  • Comes with a remote (no Smartphone app control, or Alexa)

 

30C Model

  • Has 1500Pa max suction power
  • Has a 0.6L dust container
  • Runs at a 55dB sound level
  • Product height is 2.85 in
  • Has a climbing height of 0.63 inches
  • Comes with boundary strips
  • Is Wifi Connected for Smartphone App control, and works with Amazon Alexa

 

eufy Robovac 11 vs 11+ vs 11S vs 30 vs 30C: Similarities

  • All are robotic vacs
  • All are for hard surfaces and thin carpets
  • All can clean automatically
  • All have different cleaning modes available 
  • All have cleaning sensors so they don’t run into objects, or drop off drops during cleaning
  • All are rechargeable battery vacs
  • All come with a charger
  • All automatically dock and charge when the battery is low
  • All come with side brushes for walls and edges
  • All come with multiple filters
  • All come with dust containers
  • All come with a eufy warranty

 

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