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I love Anker and its various sub-brands including Nebula, Souncore, and the smart home orientate eufy.

I have reviewed a few eufy RoboVacs now, they are all excellent, but eufy has one fo the most confusing product lineups in the robotic vacuum cleaner industry.

12 different models currently available

Currently, on the UK website for eufy, they have 7 different models, with two new models launching from Monday wi

Search on Amazon for eufy RoboVac it is even more confusing with 12 separate listings.

With no logical naming convention

There is not even a great deal of logic applied to the names, at first I thought if the leading number was 1, it lacked Wi-Fi but the G10 and 15C both have this while the 30 does not.

The only correlation in the naming I can see is that all the models with the number 30 offer boundary detection from the use of boundary strips. However, even that goes out of the window on Monday with the launch RoboVac G30 which lacks boundary strips.

Rather than compare every single robotic vacuum  I have taken what I assume is the replacement models from the old 30-series

Eufy RoboVac G30 vs G30 Edge vs 30c vs 30

RoboVac G30RoboVac G30 EdgeRoboVac 30CRoboVac 30
Wi-Fi CompatibleYesYesYesno
Works with Amazon AlexaYesYesYesno
Works with the Google AssistantYesYesTBCno
Navigation TechnologySmart Dynamic Navigation 2.0Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0NoNo
Max Suction Power2000Pa2000Pa1500Pa1500Pa
BoostIQ Technology2nd Gen2nd Gen2nd Gen1st Gen
Dust Collector Capacity0.6L0.6L0.6L0.6L
Support for Boundary Strip DetectionNoYesYesYes
Boundary StripNone13.2 ft13.2 ft13.2 ft
FilterUnibody FilterUnibody FilterUnibody FilterUnibody Filter
Surfaces Suitable for CleaningHard Floors to Medium-Pile CarpetsHard Floors to Medium-Pile CarpetsHard Floors to Medium-Pile CarpetsHard Floors to Medium-Pile Carpets
Noise Level (Decibels)*56dB56dB55dB55dB
Climbing Threshold0.59 in/15mm0.59 in/15mm0.63 in/16mm0.63 in/16mm
Cleaning TimeTBCTBC100mins100mins
Charge timeTBCTBC300-360mins300-360mins
RRP Price319.99339.99229.99259.99
Summer Discount239.99269.99169.99N/A (was £159.99)

The new G30 models don’t bring much new to the table. However, they have had the maximum suction increased by 33% to 2000Pa while also implementing the new Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0.

At 2000Pa this would be the strongest suction available from any of the eufy models.

The old 30-series both had boundary detection, but the standard 30 lacked Wi-Fi, it was just controlled via a remote.

This generation drops the boundary detection of the G30, but it does have Wi-Fi with the added benefit of the Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0. This navigation means it doesn’t just randomly roam around your room redirecting itself and different angles but follows straight lines making 90-degree turns to follow an intelligent pattern (like how lawns get mowed with straight lines).

Summer Sale Discount

The eufy RoboVac G30 & G30 should be available from Monday, where they will also receive an immediate discount of over 20%. The sale begins on the 6th of July through to the 12th.

For the G30 use the code: EUFYVAC77 taking the price down from £319.99 to £239.99

For the G30 Edge use the code: EUFYVAC55 taking the price down from £339.99 to £269.99


While the product lineup remains confusing, it is good to see eufy consistently upgrading their robotic vacuum lineup. The RoboVac G30 Edge will be their most advanced model to date with the highest suction. This does come at a cost though, being £100 more than the previous  RoboVac 30C

Last update on 2024-04-16 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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