I bought both the Eufy 11S and the Coredy R500+ to compare the two. I ran a few tests (1/2 cup of rice + 1/2 cup of shredded paper on floor in a 12ftx12ft room with outdoor carpet running each for 20 minutes on auto and max suction) and they both preform basically the same picking all but a few grains of rice (1-3 grains) and a few pieces of shredded paper (1-5 pieces of paper) so it provided little insight into which to keep for me. Spot clean and perimeter clean preformed basically the same between the two as well. The Coredy might be slightly louder on max then the Eufy on max but the Coredy has a higher max suction (1400pa Coredy vs 1300pa Eufy) so that might be why? My overall opinion of the two is that they are both great vacuums for the money but both have their own faults. Here are the notables: 1. Coredy has a smaller bin (.55 L vs .6 L on Eufy). 2. Power Consumption is 28W on Coredy vs. 25W on the Eufy. 3. The charging doc and remote are nicer for the Eufy in my opinion (IMO). 4. The Coredy vacuum looks nicer IMO. 5. Manually directing the vac with the remote is better with the Eufy. Each press of an arrow turns the Eufy a smaller degree than the Coredy which makes for a better user experience IMO. 6. Stopping the Coredy using the remote or power button on the vacuum is much smoother compared to the Eufy. The Eufy makes a weird motor noise before it stops/powers down it's motors/suction. 7. The Coredy has a return to home button on the vacuum; the Eufy does not. You must use the remote to return the Eufy to home...or press the power button on it and carry it home. Both vacuums will return to home automatically when their batteries are low. 8. The bin design on the Eufy is better IMO when it comes to emptying the debris. 9. Coredy has a nicer box if that matters to you. 10. Coredy doesn't remember the last suction setting. If you selected "Max suction" last time it was cleaning then the next time it cleans it will not use "Max suction". The Eufy does remember the last suction setting and will reuse it for subsequent cleanings. 11. Finding replacement parts for the R500+ is much harder at the time I am writing this review compared to the Eufy. There are plenty of replacement parts for the R500 but compatibility of those parts with the R500+ could not be confirmed especially when it comes to the replacement roller brush.
If I could combine the two vacuums I think I'd have the perfect low budget robo vac but until improvements are made of each they are both 4/5 stars.
Unboxing the vacuum was pretty simple. It required about 2 minutes of setup before charging. After the vacuum was fully charged let it run, It seemed to do a good job cleaning. The floor had some dirt on it which is why I ran the vacuum. Being busy I wanted to see using a robot vacuum would help keep the house cleaner. My first floor is a mixture between hardwood and carpet and the vac had no issues going from flooring to flooring. I really like the remote can steer the robot to exactly where you want it. The robot is also fairly quiet. I need to setup the scheduler so it will run automatically every other day or so. So far after using it for 3 days it’s a good purchase. My only issue is the vacuum ran on it's own the first night. I didn't setup the clock so it must have come reprogrammed to run. I turned the power switch off on the bottom so it stays on it's base until I setup the timer.
I like this robot vacuum cleaner. It is very good at getting up all crumbs and debris off the floor. You need to move chairs, stools, etc. out of its way to get a true clean. It is very good at getting up pet hair and I like the way it moves to every area of the floor as long as there is nothing blocking its way. It will bump up against chair legs but will eventually work its way around to the other side to clean. All in all this is a very handy robot to have around and I am glad I bought it. I would buy it again if given the chance.
I got this the next day, set up and boy was I surprised! I'm usually skeptical about all these little gadgets but decided to try because I'm not down for housework and I have pets. I decided to do a little test area in the kitchen, so I swept it first and set the Coredy loose. 12 minutes was all the test time I gave it and let me tell you... the contents of the canister shocked me! Either I can't sweep or there's a lot more dust and dirt than meets the eye. We are only 3 adults in the house and 2 tiny yorkies and pretty obsessed about keeping things clean so this was shocking to say the least. Test #2 - white carpet in the living room! 5 minutes was all I was willing to try and again the canister contents did not disappoint! That little filter is strong as heck! So we did the entire living room and bedrooms and I am shocked!!! We vacuumed everywhere before just to prove a point and about a week ago we had another company come out and do a demo for their vacuum /filtration machine...so safe to say the place was clean. Coredy500+ amazed me with amount of fuzz, and fibre it extracted from the carpet. I had to empty to canister once in order for it to finish the space - which was not a problem since I did not have to lift a finger otherwise. I was so impressed that I purchased the mop canister which is sold separately and once again ran a test in the guest bedroom. At first I was concerned about how much water it released to mop, then I saw water marks which quickly dried up. I was concerned that it would run out of water and I'd have to top it up, it never did. I was concerned that the mop cloth attachment would be dirty and I'd have to switch it out....nope, didn't have to until the job was done! All in all for a skeptic, I am very happy I purchased this and the extras and even more impressed that it performs the way it says it will. It transitions from the tiles to the carpet easily, and even crawls over the kitchen sink mat without problems. The operational sound mild to moderate, but that's a personal things because I could still be on the phone and have it going in the background. The dogs are mildly amused and curious about it but not bothered. Definitely worth investing in!!!
So... I’ve been dreaming of having one of these since there was only one brand available and they were outrageously expensive. After buying a new house that has mainly hardwood floors and tiles and also have 2 cats and a dog that are all indoor animals, I felt like all I ever did was clean. I felt so defeated and frustrated that I knew I needed to get a “robot vacuum,” but had no idea where to start.
I wanted a basic vacuum that didn’t require WiFi since we’re very rural and don’t have access quite yet. I was also looking for a robotic vacuum that didn’t cost as much as a vehicle. After reading reviews and articles online, I decided to give this Coredy a try. It was within the price range I was shooting for, had good suction measurements (didn’t even know that was a thing until looking for one), and it had positive reviews from past buyers. So far, I’m feeling okay with my decision. Here are the pros and cons:
Pros: -Good suction power - Entertaining to watch, especially if you have pets - Get under my couches, which was terrifying - Arrived quickly after ordering - Came with extra spinning brushes and an extra filter - Picks up pet hair well - Has good battery life
Cons: - Seems to have no rhyme or reason in the direction it cleans - Some items get flicked by the spinning brushes rather than getting sucked up - The holding bin seems to be a bit small considering how long it runs - Pulls up corners of rugs rather than going over them - Even with the timed cleaning set, it has missed the time a few days
All in all I feel like this is a decent robot vacuum for the price that you pay. It’s no frills, does the most basic of jobs, but doesn’t have any extra bells and whistles that puts it a step above the rest.
It cleans so wonderfully! Between my dog, my roommate, and I, we shed a LOT of hair (I'm sure lots of long-haired women can relate!). The vacuum does a great job of taking care of our carpets and hardwood floors and it's very easy to clean when it's time to untangle the hair. It's also very quiet for a vacuum.
The reason I'm not giving it 5 stars are that, 1, the automatic cleaning feature doesn't work on my device (not a huge deal to me, so it's not worth returning it) and, 2, there were no boundary strips included in my packaging.
Overall, I love it and am very pleased with the purchase. It's nice turning it on when I leave for work and finding those beautiful vacuum lines when I come home. Haha!
I hesitated to buy a robot vacuum because I just couldn't believe it would be worth the cost. We have hardwood floors and they require dust mopping every single day. I bought a different brand on an Amazon Warehouse special and it arrived without the charger so I sent it back and figured I was done trying. Then I saw this model on sale, with a $50 coupon on top of that. I had some credits to use and ended up getting this one brand new for under $100. I've had it about a month now and I am seriously impressed. I don't have it on a schedule yet because I don't trust that my kids will keep the floor clear of obstacles so I just wait until they go outside with the dogs and let Coredy do it's thing. It has done a great job of picking up the little bitty things that you can't quite see, but always stick to the bottom of your feet. It is also much quieter than I would have thought. It's not much louder than a fan on the regular setting, but does get louder on max. My box did not come with any boundary strips so I have not been able to test that, but will be reaching out to the company to see if I can get some. I mainly use it for the kitchen and living room and just shut the doors to the bedroom and bathroom. You can tell that it does not have the mapping ability that other cleaners have as it sort of bounces around a little while to figure out the room and then hugs the edges until it makes its way into another. I still think it does a good job without it, but I can certainly see how it could be helpful and more efficient if it mapped out the room and methodically went to work. The only gripe that I have is that it takes it way to long to go home. It always finds its way, but it is never nearby to the base and it moves very slowly along the edges of every room until it gets within range of the base and then it makes a beeline for it. I've had it be about 5 feet away from the base when triggered and it went in the opposite direction and through the kitchen, living room, front hallway and back again before going to the base. I can't speak for longevity yet, but I can't really complain much about what I've seen so far.
I enjoy using this when I'm about to leave the house and want to maintain the light carpet and laminate flooring in my house from my 3 cats and 2 dogs who love to dirty it up. I do not personally use the mop function of it much so my experience there is fairly minimal overall, however the basic sweeping/vac part of it I use almost daily and it removes all the basic crud on the ground. I think it runs steady for like 90 minutes or something on full vacuum mode, I wouldn't exactly trust it to deep clean carpets but it definitely mitigates the amount of manual floor cleaning I have to do by a fair amount.
I actually like this little guy. I have mostly tile and wood floors with some throw rugs. I have a long hair Sheltie that sheds a lot. I was tired of vacuuming dust balls nearly every day. I had trouble getting it started the first time after it said it was charged. I moved it around to different areas like the trouble shooting page said. I let it keep changing long after it said it was ready. Just as I was about to give up, one last try and he took off. Under beds, under and around chairs, under kitchen cabinets, onto bathroom rugs, over the threshold from tile to wood, no problem. Bedroom carpet no issues. Picked up obvious debris but no deep suction for embedded carpet dirt on this model. Small collection bin. Emptied twice first day but only once since. Lots of dirt and hair so it is doing it's job. I'll just supplement it with my normal vacuum on the carpet weekly but I think I'm done worrying about sweeping wood and tile. Thinking about getting the mop attachment.
Worked great, then started wandering aimlessly, running into walls and sitting beeping and flashing as if stuck. Tried everything manual said, everything telephone service said, no dice. Emailed service center, who forwarded to someone else; no word from them for several days. Update---they sent replacement, which seems more purposeful in mapping out rooms than did the first one. keeping my fingers crossed---will update again. Update: replacement has worked very well for 2 months---seems upgraded. Hoping for the best....