Best Eufy RoboVac Vacuum Cleaners in 2023

The best robotic vacuum cleaners are no longer an overpriced novelty but a viable part of your smart home platform. With prices now within reach of most households, we would recommend investing in one. While there are many options available, we're looking at the range available from American consumer tech brand Eufy. From budget cleaners operated via remote control to high-end machines you can control with your voice, here is a brief look at the best models in Eufy's RoboVac range.

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Eufy's RoboVac range really does have a model to suit everyone, as they make some of the best robot vacuum cleaners on the market. If you're looking for a more affordable solution from the lower end of the range, the RoboVac 11S MAX is worth considering. It doesn't get the Wi-Fi connectivity of more advanced models, but it does boast 2000pa of suction power. If you live in a smaller apartment, this robotic cleaner is ideal to have zooming around your floors a couple of times a week.

If you're looking to choose a more advanced model, then the RoboVac 30C MAX comes recommended. Thanks to its smart connectivity, you can control this vacuum cleaner via the EufyHome app on your smartphone, and via voice control with a compatible Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant device. It has 2000pa suction power, and thanks to the bundled boundary strips, you can cordon off areas you don't want this vacuum to clean.

The top-of-the-range option is, without a doubt, the RoboVac L70 Hybrid. Eufy's next-generation robotic cleaner, this not only vacuums but mops too. It gets a super-charged battery, laser navigation, and the useful ability to set boundaries from the Eufy app, rather than have to use the boundary tape that lesser models rely on. It has quite a steep price tag, but if you're looking to invest, then this really is the best.

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Amy-Mae has been writing about consumer technology since before the iPhone was even a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye. She started out in magazine publishing with the UK lads' mag 'Boy's Toys' then moved online with startup as the first full-time member of staff, helping grow the site to one of the UK's largest gadget sites. Amy-Mae then moved to Mashable when it only had a staff of around 10 people. After working her way up to a senior role there, Amy-Mae left in 2014 to have her daughter. Since then Amy-Mae has continued to contribute to Mashable and The Daily Dot, keeping up-to-date with the latest consumer technology and social media trends. For, Amy-Mae gets to her explore her love of home cooking, concentrating on all things kitchen tech.