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eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 15C MAX, Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Suction, Quiet, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum…

eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 15C MAX, Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Suction, Quiet, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum…

$249.99

(6 customer reviews)
Last updated on September 25, 2022 12:50 am Details
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  • Wi-Fi Convenience: The EufyHome app, and Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant voice control-services let you accomplish your vacuuming needs with zero effort from you.
  • Worry-Free Cleaning: The slim 2.85″ body—upgraded to 1500Pa* suction—only cleans the areas you want.
  • BoostIQ™ Technology: Automatically increases suction power within 1.5 seconds when extra vacuuming strength is needed—so you get the best clean.
  • A Quiet Clean: Vacuums for up to 100 minutes** of constant, powerful suction at a volume no louder than an operating microwave.
  • What You Get: RoboVac 30C, remote control (2 AAA batteries included), charging base, AC power adapter, cleaning tool, extra set of high-performance filters, 4 side brushes, 5 cable ties, welcome guide, and our worry-free 12-month warranty.

Specification: eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 15C MAX, Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Suction, Quiet, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum…

Product Dimensions

12.8 x 12.8 x 2.85 inches

Item Weight

5.95 pounds

Manufacturer

eufy

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

AK-T2128111

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required.

Specific Uses For Product

Hard floor

Form Factor

Robotic

Batteries Required

Yes

Included Components

Welcome guide, 4 side brushes, Extra set of unibody filter, Charging base, Cleaning tool, 5 cable ties, RoboVac 15C MAX, AC power adapter, Remote control (2 AAA batteries included), And our worry-free 12-month warranty

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6 reviews for eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 15C MAX, Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Suction, Quiet, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum…

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  1. Kat

    We have a dog, a cat, and a blended family of five teens. I wish I had bought this a long time ago as it would have saved me lots of angst from stepping on messy floors and fighting with teens to vacuum! Day three of using this and I’m loving it! It did stall at one point because of long hair caught in the brush (three of the teens are girls with long hair, as well as myself so no surprise) but it alerted me on my phone and it took just a minute to clear it out and off it went again! It’s doing a fabulous job! I just started it with my phone app from work today so I’ll go home to clean floors tonight! SO happy with this purchase! Now if only it emptied the dishwasher! 😉

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  2. Elise

    There are no replacement filters that match this robot.

    So now, after less than a month, the thing is useless.

    It was a great product before the two filters that came with the robot lost their ability to filter.

    None of the replacement parts on amazon match this robot. I bought and immediately returned a few of them before realizing that they don’t exist.

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  3. Nastascia Rangel

    I’ve had this vacuum for 3 weeks now and have been using it every day at 10am. I wanted to love this vacuum but the battery dies way too quickly! I have a 2300 square foot house, so maybe that has something to do with it but it shouldn’t. Just today the vacuum started to die about 30 minutes into cleaning! That’s ridiculous!

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  4. Luke

    I have spent weeks researching robotic vacuums. After comparing and contrasting different models from big-name brands like iRobot, iLife, Eufy, etc, I figured this would be a good budget vacuum. I bought this a few weeks ago and have been using it. Here are my thoughts.
    Build/Physique: This is a very sturdy unit. It has the classic round shape other robotic vacuums have. It weighs a few pounds but isn’t too heavy. It’s big enough where it can suck up a good amount of dirt, but not so big where it can’t get underneath things like tables, but chairs can be a bit of a different story.
    Setup: Setup is easy. I just followed the instructions and put everything together as described/shown.
    Controls: What’s nice about this vacuum is that you can control it with a physical remote (that comes with it) or the Eufy app on your smartphone. The app has slightly more functionality than the remote, but it’s trivial depending on your needs (see below). I don’t personally need the app, but I can see why it would be convenient. Some folks may want to run the vacuum while they’re away from their house.
    Maintenance: Remember, the only robotic part about the vacuum is its ability to scour your house and suck up dirt and muck. It is not a self-maintaining machine. That being said, emptying the dustbin is simple — you just press a button, release the bin, unfold it, and dump it out. The filter is also easy to pop in and out. If I’m not mistaken, there are one or two filters that are washable, along with some disposable ones. Cleaning the roller brush and the side brushes is also very easy, and there are extra side brushes that come with the unit. If you need more, you can order individual parts or a kit that (I believe) 8 side brushes, one or two roller brushes, and some filters (sorry, I don’t know the quantities).
    Performance: This is where the fun begins. If you’re not familiar with how robotic vacuums operate, here’s a quick breakdown — models like this one and many of the lower-end machines just blindly roam around and pick up whatever they find. More expensive units have navigational systems that allow them to map your house and create a floor plan so it knows where it is, where it’s been, and where it hasn’t been. Both WILL vacuum well, but the higher-end vacuums perform more efficiently. This vacuum roams around blindly, and it can be very frustrating to watch it move sporadically around your house. I also own an iRobot Roomba 980 which does have the mapping capabilities, so it covers the same amount of space in far less time. All this being said, however, it does have great suction and picks up things very well, including dog hair. I have a medium-sized yellow lab that sheds profusely, and it manages to suck up the hair very well off of hardwood floors. It also manages low-pile carpets well, too. Don’t get this vacuum (or any robotic vacuum for that matter) if you’re planning on vacuuming deep carpets, especially if you’re trying to get dog hair out.
    Make sure that you pick up loose wires or any obstructions on the floor. These vacuums need as little interference from objects as much as possible. If you do forget to pick up a wire off of the floor, the vacuum has a feature where if it accidentally sucks it up, it will recognize it is a wire and drop it after a few seconds and move on. My Roomba 980 doesn’t do that (to my knowledge). In general, it does well with not getting itself stuck. I have a pretty large divider that separates my kitchen floor from my dining room floor (about 3/4 of an inch), and it manages to get over the hump easily. Another nifty feature the vacuum has is cliff detection, so if it approaches stairs, it will not fall down them and get damaged; however, there’s a drawback to this. If the vacuum encounters carpeting that is dark, the it might think it’s seeing black and not continue to clean that area, so it’ll move away. Stray away from dark-colored carpets if you can.
    It may bump into things from time to time, but there won’t be any scratches on the unit. It has a bumper on it that will receive the impact of any collisions it has with objects it finds.
    There are three suction power settings, escalating in power from 1 to 3. You can adjust with the remote and I would assume the app. It even beeps the number correlating to the suction power when you press the button, so 1 beep for suction power 1 (or the lowest setting), 2 beeps for suction power 2 (or the medium setting), etc.
    If something goes wrong, it will beep in patterns, and you can check what error message is being denoted. I also like this feature, and the beeps are pretty loud, too.
    The unit is fairly quiet. You can clearly hear when it’s on, but it makes a fraction of the noise a regular vacuum makes. This would be good for people who work from home but want to run the vacuum.
    Other vacuums (including Eufy’s 30C) has a feature known as boundary strips or virtual walls. These are devices, or magnetic strips in Eufy’s case, that send out a signal that prevent the vacuum from crossing a certain point/line. If you didn’t want the vacuum to enter a certain area of your living room, you’d just have to put down one of the strips/set one of the walls at that area to prevent it from entering that area. The 15C Max does NOT have this feature, which I personally enjoy and would prefer to have, but, like having a regular vacuum, you’re going to have be tidier if you want the vacuum to run without any problems/hiccups.
    You can also schedule the vacuum to run at certain times, which can only be done through the app. This feature is meant for folks I mentioned earlier that want to run the vacuum while they’re not home. The app also shows you the current state of the vacuum: whether it’s in standby mode (which just means it’s docked and turned on), cleaning, and offline.
    Battery Life: At a full charge, I managed to get about an hour and a half (90 minutes) worth of a cleaning cycle out of it at the highest suction power. Eufy claims you can get up to 100 minutes at a full charge, so I’d say this checks out. The extremely convenient feature of this vacuum is that it is self-docking, which means if you press the power/home button on the remote or app (or if the unit’s battery is low), it will stop cleaning and return to the charging base all on its own. It does behave strangely if the base isn’t in a clear location/up against a strong-walled surface. So, make sure you don’t have anything blocking the path for the vacuum to get to the base, and ensure that the base is firmly against a wall. This is easily one of my favorite things about this unit.
    The Bottom line: For $280, this vacuum rocks. You won’t find a more powerful machine. It has some great features like painless setup, automatic self-docking charging, auditory suction power and error codes, cliff detection, compact size, a great battery life, powerful suction, flexible control devices (remote/app), easy maintenance, scheduling/automation, and cheap replacement components for order.
    There are certainly some drawbacks like darker carpets interfering with cliff detection, randomized roaming that doesn’t make sense, and no boundary strips, but again, consider an iRobot Roomba 980 whose price is currently $900 as of 07/21/2019. It does have mapping and virtual boundaries, but you need to consider the significant price hike comparing these two particular models. Is it worth three times what this unit costs to pay for a machine that does have those features? This is in no way an insult to iRobot, but not everybody can just drop nearly a grand on most things, especially a vacuum. Take it from me who has a machine capable of efficient navigation. I’m glad I got both and was able to test them out. Watching the 15C Max after using the Roomba 980 is painful. But again, three times the price. The Eufy is still very powerful and picks up dirt/hair great.
    The Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 15C Max performs very well and has plenty of awesome features with just a few drawbacks, and I truly believe you won’t find a better robotic vacuum for under $300.

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  5. Diverjay

    Bought this to help the wife with chores. She was skeptical at first as she looked at the Eufy as a toy. She told me to send it back. I explained that we should try it first and if it doesn’t work out, we could send it back.

    Set up with the app is a breeze. Just remember, this unit is not compatible with 5ghz wifi. You’ve got to set it up on the 2.4ghz network. After that, program the schedule and forget about it.

    After about three nights of going to bed and waking up in the morning to clean floors, the wife was sold. (That was easy). She would probably fight me now if I tried to send it back.

    We named our Eufy vac “Lupe” and she is quite the character. Most mornings, I wake up and she is already resting in her dock. Occasionally, she plays hide and seek and I have to find her and help her home. This morning, she got in a fight with the door mat. The door mat was flipped upside down and Lupe was holding by a loose thread. Lupe also isn’t fond of loose cords.

    Seriously now, good purchase. The vac is quiet enough to run while you are sleeping yet powerful enough to pick up a dime off the floor. The thing to remember is to pick up before you go to bed. Especially phone cords and chargers. Sure makes housework a lot easier.

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  6. Elise

    Since it appears to be an unspoken requirement to give your robotic vacuum a human name, we called ours Mr. Wonderful. Mr. Wonderful has become quite an important member of our family. He never gets tired or angry at us for the gross things we ask him to clean and his battery life is simply amazing. What a stud!

    We have two dogs and a cat that shed A LOT of hair but Mr. Wonderful is not intimidated. Mr. Wonderful sucks up the hair, dirt, crumbs, and anything you can imagine with ease. He is surprisingly quiet and when he is done cleaning he goes home to rest up his little spinning brushes for his next challenge.

    The picture above is just from our living room after Mr. Wonderful cleaned it ONE time. Thanks Mr. Wonderful. You are my knight vacuum in shining armor 🙂

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    eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 15C MAX, Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Suction, Quiet, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum…
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