It’s been about a year and a half since we’ve had our Eufy Robovac 30c, and it is still working well for us. We have since moved to a house with all cork flooring and a few area rugs, but it helps us control the accumulation of dog fur. However, we’re now going to review a different robotic vacuum cleaner. This is the RoboGeek 22T by dser.
Honestly, this robovac looks very identical to our Eufy vacuum. The difference is mainly that this model does not connect to Wi-fi (although, there is another model- RoboGeek 23T that does have wi-fi capabilities and an app). The dust bin is the same at 600 mL. There are the same magnetic strips to keep RoboGeek from going into places it shouldn’t(like under the couch). This model comes with a remote powered with 2 AA batteries(included). The remote is a bit more involved than the remote that came with the Eufy, but again, our Eufy can connect to an app. Still, we’ll give this one bonus points for a remote with LED screen and everything.
The RoboGeek 22T has a battery that lasts 100 minutes on hard floor and 60 minutes on carpets. It’s mostly the same dimensions as Eufy, but just a tiny bit smaller- which probably won’t have too much of a noticeable difference. It might be a little less likely to get stuck under furniture. Again, the magnetic strip might be good for that.
What’s in the box?
1 dser RoboGeek 22T
a charging dock
a remote control with batteries(2 AAA)
2 magnetic boundary strips
4 side brushes- 2 are spare
1 extra filter
1 brush to clean dser
This model is $229.99- compared to the $279.99 that our model of Eufy would go for today. Basically, you are paying $50 for wi-fi connection capability, because that’s the major difference that I’m noticing between these two brands. TechnoMark will be doing a video which we’ll add to this review. Make sure to “like” and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Thanks to dser for sending us a free model to review. No other compensation was given for our fair and unbiased analysis.
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