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

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Xiaomi and ILIFE have a few 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 ILIFE Comparison Guide outlining the differences and similarities of their most 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 ILIFE: Comparison, & Which To Get

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* 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 ILIFE: 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.

ILIFE ‘V’ Range

The V Range are not smartphone app controlled or Alexa voice activated. They are controlled with a hand remote or push button.

The V8s is the most advanced model, then the V7s, then the V5s, followed by the V3s Pro which is the most basic.

The V3s Pro is a robo vac only.

The V5s Pro is a robo vac and spot mop, with a more advanced Max motor.

The V7s Pro is a robo vac and spot mop, which has smart dust bin technology.

And, the V8s has LCD front display/button technology, along with bigger water and dust containers.

Overall, we would say the V3s Pro probably offers the best value for money when you look at it’s price and performance. It’s basic, but it’s quite affordable.

We would say to look at the iRobot Roomba 690, 890, 960 and 980 models before you buy the ILIFE robo vacs. iRobot make some high quality/good value robo vacs which you can compare to these ILIFE models.

One of the good things about the iRobot Roombas is the latest models are able to be controlled by an App, and are Smart Home Connected to Google Assistant and Alexa.

ILIFE ‘A’ Range

The V Range are not smartphone app controlled or Alexa voice activated. They are controlled with a hand remote or push button.

The A4s and A6 are the more basic and affordable models. These are the ones to look at if a lower price is your preference.

The A7 and A8 are more advanced with the A7 being app controlled, and the A8 having advanced room mapping and cleaning capability.

Overall

The ILIFE V3S we think provides pretty good value as affordable robotic vacuums with good performance.

For high quality robo vacs, the iRobot Roomba 690, 890, and 960 and 980 models are worth a look as higher price robo vacs, as well as the Neato Connected Series (D3 through to D7).

Make sure you are aware of the warranty conditions and return policy of all robo vacs before you buy to protect your investment – especially with the higher priced ones

 

Xiaomi vs ILIFE: 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

ILIFE V Range

  • The V3s Pro is a vacuum only
  • The V5s Pro is a vac and spot mop machine, and has a Max motor (with a bit more power), and is slightly more quiet than the V3s Pro
  • The V7s Pro is a vac/mop, has the smart bin technology that let’s you know when the dust container is properly installed, and has a slightly larger spot mop cloth
  • The V8s has the front LCD display and control buttons on the vac/mop machine, and has the larger dust container and spot mop cloth

ILIFE A Range

  • The A4s has mini room mode for better cleaning of certain small rooms in your house, and has Gen 1 Cleaning System
  • The A6 uses the Electrowall for isolating the cleaner from certain areas, and Gen 2 Cleaning System
  • The A7 is App controlled, and has Gen 3 Cleaning System, and has an extra cleaning mode which is path mode
  • The A8 has Smart Panoramic Navigation for quick mapping and cleaning of areas, a Gen 3 Cleaning System and can resume cleaning after docking and recharging, and i-Voice technology that tells you what the vacuum is doing while cleaning, and resumes cleaning after docking and recharging

 

Xiaomi vs ILIFE: 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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