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16 thoughts on “The TESTING Room | Robot Vacuum Test | Eufy 25c”
Surprisingly the one thing I’ve found these eufy vacs have trouble with is small pieces of ripped up paper
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Excellent video Adam (including your approach on the series), but, I think it’s time to update your off the notebook tracking. I think you are retrieving some very useful information that is screaming to be better visualized. Keep up the good work, I think you’re into something with your approach/format
Try the bardy brand, bardy smart robot
It would be nice if you could find some software that would overlay the path the robot took so you can see what areas were missed
That was very impressive for a cheapie robot!
Can you test the bissell icon pet robot vacuum again?
the neato d8 has more suction than the s9 0-0 and its lidar with d s h a p e
Right now at WM the 25c & 35c are the same price, $149. However the 35c comes with magnetic strips which I recommend. I have the Eufy 30 w/mag strips and like it a lot!
While I feel Smart Navigation Robots are superior for large floor plans, I think the random bots are better for smaller floor plans. They can be had cheaply, and usually do a better job per cleaning run than a smart navigation bot, for the reasons that are obvious in this video.
They are aggravating to look at as you simply want to drop kick the bot when it spends 10 minutes trying to get out from underneath the dining room table and chairs, but I am not usually in the same area in the house when it is cleaning. I don’t necessarily care how «the sausage gets made», I simply enjoy the results. And random bots clean just as fine when your internet is gone as when it’s up. Turn off the Wi-fi in your home with a LIDAR bot and see what you get when it can’t access it’s map.
Also, one last thing to remember, robovacs don’t necessarily need to have 100% coverage per run. I run mine daily. When I had cleaning ladies come to mop and vacuum, they came once every 2 weeks. So, it’s safe to say that after 14 runs, the bot is going to get everywhere the maids did, and then some. The maids couldn’t get under the couch or bedroom dressers.
Thanks for giving the random bots some love.
Can’t wait to see how the Roborock S5 does with the Pickup challenge (weighing the bin). You should maybe run the Shark IQ on your roof and make that POS fall off the roof (covering the drop sensors), or maybe rent like a Hydraulic Press and put the Shark IQ under the Hydraulic Press, that would be cool. Maybe even burn the Shark IQ in Lava if you can, or freeze the Shark IQ in a freezer. Those are just some of the many ways you can destroy that POS.
My only problem with this is robot vacuums have good & bad days you need to run same test few times then come with avarage. My 595 decides which rooms going to spend most time and how long its going to run each time it cleans. The longer i have owned this and watched it run you can swear it has a personality. Its crazy i know but hard to explain, maybe the movie Irobot had it right.
I didn’t think it would Beat the Deborah t8 but I definitely thought it would be the shark IQ
Amazing for a $100 robot. The tech is simple but effective.
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