Amazon has slashed the price of this Eufy Robovac and you can save 30% if you buy before midnight.
Schedule the Eufy robovac to clean while you are at work, or lounging with your feet up, and it'll make light work of both hard floors and carpets - without you having to lift a finger.
The Eufy BoostIQ 11S' compact size means it’s great for cleaning in hard-to-reach areas of your home.
Save £60 on this Eufy Robovac
Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S | WAS £199.99, NOW £139.99
The Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac offers 1300Pa of suction power, easily clearing your floors and carpets of dirt, dust and crumbs.
Furthermore, its BoostIQ technology automatically increases suction power on surfaces that require extra strength. This doesn’t mean it’s loud though, in fact it’s remarkably quiet.
It’s intelligently-designed too. Eufy’s drop-sensing technology means it will avoid falling down stairs, and its large wheels allow it to glide over carpets and even over door ledges, so it won’t get stuck (and you won't have to get up to rescue it!).
It also features impressive battery life (a single charge lasts for around 100 minutes), and it will automatically return to its charging base when power is low.
Plus, its large 0.6L dustbox means you’ll be able to run the 11S two or three times before you need to empty it.
Should I Buy a Robot Vacuum?
Robot vacuums are a great addition to your cleaning arsenal, especially if you’re strapped for time (or just loathe vacuuming). While they might not yet replace your existing vacuum cleaner, they are great at helping keep on top of vacuuming day to day.
Their compact size means they can easily manoeuvre themselves under larger items of furniture and can be easily stored. Look for a model with decent battery life, that is suitable for both carpets and hardwood floors.
At the budget end of the scale, robot vacuums can be pretty much turned on and set loose, but more expensive ones, with sensors, cameras and apps may require more setting up.
Jack has worked in journalism for 11 years and is the News Editor for Homebuilding & Renovating, a role he has had since 2019. He strives to break the most relevant and beneficial stories for self builders, extenders and renovators, including the latest news on the construction materials shortage and hydrogen heating. In 2021 he appeared on BBC's The World at One to discuss the government's planning reforms.
He enjoys testing new tools and gadgets, and having bought his first home in 2013, he has renovated every room and recently finished a garden renovation.
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