Xiaomi Robot Vacuum vs eufy: Comparison, & Which To Get

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Xiaomi and eufy have different models in their robotic vacuum ranges.

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 a Xiaomi vs eufy Comparison Guide outlining the differences and similarities of their more popular or latest models.

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)

 

Xiaomi Robot Vacuum vs eufy: Comparison, & Which To Get

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

* Note – this is not the full range of robo vacs from each brand. It is a selection of what we think are the most popular, latest or better models

 

Xiaomi vs eufy: Which To Get

Xiaomi

The 2nd Generation model is the upgraded model over the 1st generation model.

It is a 2 in 1 vacuum and mop, whereas the 1st generation is a vacuum only.

The 2nd generation has slightly better suction, navigation and cleaning technology over the 1st generation.

So, assuming the price is suitable for you, the 2nd generation model is for you if you want an upgraded model.

eufy

If price is your main consideration, the 11S offers great value as a robotic vacuum with good suction power. It is hand remote controlled.

Overall

The 11S is a good value for money option.

For high quality robo vac options, we’d look at the iRobot Roomba 690, 890, and 960 and 980 models and the Neato Connected Series (D3 through to D7).

 

Xiaomi vs eufy: Differences

Xiaomi

  • The 2nd generation is a 2 in 1 vacuum and mop, whereas the 1st generation is a vacuum only
  • The 2nd generation has division area cleaning, whereas the 1st generation doesn’t
  • The 2nd generation has carpet turbo charging
  • The 2nd generation has anti collision flexible glue
  • The 2nd generation has LDS(ultra long distance) recharge mode, and the 1st generation has Identification code (static distance)
  • The 2nd generation has a Double compass electronic compass, whereas the 1st generation has a Single compass electronic compass
  • The 2nd generation has 2000pa max suction, whereas the 1st generation has 1800pa max suction
  • The 2nd generation has a Washable filter, whereas the 1st generation has a standard filter
  • The 2nd generation has 2cm climbing ability (over floor rises), whereas the 1st generation has 1.5cm climbing ability

eufy

11S

  • 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)

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

 

Xiaomi vs eufy: Similarities

  • Each are robotic vacuums
  • Each automatically clean your house 
  • Each can be controlled remotely
  • Each can be used for all floor surfaces – carpet, and hard floors 
  • Each have a main sweeping brush
  • Each have an edge sweeping brush which sweeps debris away from edges and corners
  • Each have different cleaning modes
  • Each have cliff and object cleaning sensors
  • Each have rechargeable batteries
  • Each automatically re-dock and re-charge
  • Each use dust containers for cleaning debris
  • Each have dust filters
  • Each come with warranties

 

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