Vacuum robots are in business. Anker’s home appliance brand Eufy has also announced a new addition: Thanks to a separate water tank, the RoboVac G30 Hybrid can vacuum and wipe at the same time. The flat container for the water is comparatively small at 130 ml. If necessary, it can be used under the dust container (450 ml). Of course, you shouldn’t use the wiping function on carpets. Since the G30 Hybrid does not automatically suspend this (like the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo 950), you have to prevent this manually.
Practical: A plastic plate supplied can be attached to the charging station so that a damp cloth does not soften the parquet. In any case, Eufy recommends removing the water tank and cloth before charging and drying it. A washable gray microfiber cloth is included, and there are five white disposable wipes in the box.
App control, but just a brush
The Eufy RoboVac G30 Hybrid is controlled in the WLAN via an app. There the suction strength can be adjusted in three stages, a maximum of 2000Pa is possible. If you choose the BoostIQ mode, the device automatically regulates the intensity depending on the floor covering.
There are also buttons on the high-quality tempered glass housing for the basic functions start / stop, spot cleaning and return to the charging station. If you like, you can alternatively use the voice assistant Alexa or Google Assistant. Whereby returning to the charging station from another room often does not work. But Eufy is not alone in this.
The app creates a sketch of the room or the entire apartment for each cleaning process – depending on whether you specifically lock him in a room or give him free space.
Amazing: The Eufy RoboVac G30 Hybrid works with only one side brush. Normally, vacuum robots sweep the dirt under the housing with two rotating side brushes. If that works out? It does, at the end of our test drives the Eufy had almost completely picked up the dirt.
Cleans reliably according to plan
Thanks to the gyroscope, the RoboVac G30 Hybrid completes its way in the planned zigzag mode. You can observe this in its purest form in an empty room: first it moves along its paths, then across. If furniture, chairs, shoes, etc. are in the way, the vacuum cleaner must of course evade and find its way around. Supporting sensors help him find his way around. Here the route sometimes seems a bit cumbersome (as with other vacuum cleaners), but in the end the Eufy sweeps almost every corner. If you are looking for contemplation in lockdown: choose automatic mode, stand next to it and watch.
Areas from which the RoboVac G30 Hybrid should stay out can be defined with boundary strips. Two meters are included, as well as five cable ties, another side brush and an easy-change filter. If the filter used is very dirty, it is simply held under water and then has to dry for 24 hours.
Incidentally, the G30 Hybrid keeps you up to date on the status via voice.
Carefully and quietly
You don’t have to worry about the facility, the collision protection works well. The little one doesn’t riot through the apartment, but usually brakes reliably in front of furniture or walls. Likewise in front of stairs. In addition, it works comparatively quietly. Anker states 55 dB, which corresponds to the operating noise of a microwave. That’ll work. The G30 Hybrid is also compact and, with its low height of 7.25 centimeters, fits well under furniture.
The detailed printed operating instructions in a perfect German translation are also worth mentioning.
Of the Eufy G30 Hybrid is easy to use, does a solid job and reliably keeps floors clean. The scope of delivery includes a number of accessories, and the detailed operating instructions are also a plus point. With a recommended price of 349 euros, Anker is entering quite high this time. As we know the manufacturer, there is always a discount.
If you want to wipe large areas with a damp cloth and need a more voluminous water tank, you should look at the comparable Yeedi 2 Hybrid for an RRP of 300 euros (click here for the test). The somewhat older Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo 950, which won the test in connect 2/20, is also worth recommending.
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