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In this post, I compare the Coredy vs Eufy robot vacuums to help you make a well-informed purchase decision.
Simply want to know which vacuum to buy? Get the Coredy.
The Coredy R700 is nearly identical in feature set to Eufy’s high-end 30C model, and you will likely pay less. Features include 1600pa max suction, multi-surface cleaning, and magnetic boundary strips. It is also Wi-Fi enabled, has a smart phone app, and works with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
Coredy R700 vs Eufy 30C and Eufy 11S Max: Comparison Table
Here is a detailed side-by-side comparison of the Coredy R700 vs Eufy 30C and Eufy 11S Max.
|Coredy R700||Eufy 30C||Eufy 11S Max|
|Max Suction Power||1600Pa||1500Pa||2000Pa|
|Multi-Surface Cleaning||Yes, hardwood floors to medium shag carpets||Yes, hardwood floors to medium shag carpets||Yes, hardwood floors to medium shag carpets|
|Smartphone App /Wi-Fi Connected||Yes||Yes, EufyHome app||No|
|Alexa and Google||Yes||Alexa only||No|
|Auto Boost Technology||Boost-Intellect||BoostIQ 2nd- Gen||BoostIQ 2nd- Gen|
|Product Height||2.77inch||2.85 in||2.85 in|
|Climbing Threshold||0.64inch||0.63 in||0.63 in|
|Boundary Strips||Yes, 2x 6.6ft magnetic||Yes, 13.2ft||No|
|Max Cleaning Time||100 minutes at standard suction||100 minutes at standard suction||100 minutes at standard suction|
|Dimensions||12.8 x 12.7 x 2.8 inches|
|Weight||10.8 pounds||6 pounds||5.73 pounds|
|Wi-Fi Frequency||2.4GHz frequency – your dual band router should support this||2.4GHz frequency – your dual band router should support this||2.4GHz frequency – your dual band router should support this|
|A Fan Favorite, with the works||Premium Pick, with the works||Max Suction, fewer frills|
It’s not that often that I see a new product with a near-perfect review on Amazon in the smart home space. In fact, there is so much buzz being generated about this little sucker, I had to take a look for myself. The Coredy R700 goes toe to toe with many of the features of Eufy’s higher-end 30C model for less. In fact, it has even better suction and a lower profile than the Eufy 30C. It also works with Alexa and is Wi-Fi enabled. Moreover, using the included boundary strips, you can ensure that the vacuum steers clear of areas that you don’t want it venturing into in your home.
- Lots of smart frills at a budget price
- Wi-Fi connected
- Works with Alexa
- Toll-free technical support
- Includes boundaries and cleaning tool
- Smaller dust bin needs to be emptied frequently
- Alexa commands limited to ON/OFF only
- Heavier than eufy
Thanks to Gary D. Villegas for the helpful bug very portrait demo of the R700. LOL.
Coredy Official also has a nice cleaning guide here, so you can an idea of what it takes to clean this vacuum:
Eufy BoostIQ 30C
The eufy [BoostIQ] RoboVac 30C is eufy’s top-of-the-line vacuum as of this writing. Unless super max suction is your top priority, I would say get this one over the 11s. Why? It leverages the latest BoostIQ technology, that helps the vacuum auto adapt to different surfaces [i.e., climbing over an area rug from a hardwood floor]. Smart features include Wi-Fi connectivity, an excellent smartphone app, and solid Alexa integration. Plus, it comes with a generous 13ft boundary strip to keep the 30C confined to where you want it to roam.
- Latest generation eufy technology
- Wi-fi enabled with the smartphone app
- Comes with boundary strip
- Works with Alexa
- Light for a featured-packed vac
- No support for Google Assistant
- Limited Alexa commands
Thanks to 9to5Toys for this helpful video review:
Eufy BoostIQ 11S Max
The Eufy BoostIQ 11S has been a top-seller on Amazon since its debut in 2018. Customers appreciate that it is a suction powerhouse at an affordable price. I would be remiss if I didn’t say that technology is a bit “dated” at this point. Don’t get me wrong, this is a great little machine and it will do a great job on hardware and medium shag carpets and even pet hair. But there is no wi-fi connectivity [i.e., no app], and you can’t use it with Alexa to create routines. It will, however, return to the dock and charge itself when it gets tired.
- 2000Pa max suction makes it a powerhouse on fine debris, large debris, and pet hair
- Above-average edge cleaning
- Recharge and resume
- Pet owners love it [tough on pet hair]
- No smartphone control [use remote intead]
- Lacks Alexa and Google Assistant control
- Limited scheduling – can choose which days to clean
- No support for boundaries
Vacuum Wars does a great job with this helpful video of the Eufy BoostIQ 11s.
What’s in the Box
Here’s a table that shows what you get with each of these three popular robot vacuums:
|Coredy R700||Eufy 30C||Eufy 11S Max|
|Device||R700 Robotic Vacuum||RoboVac 30C||RoboVac 11S|
|Boundary Strips||2x 6.6ft Magnetic Boundary Strips||13.2 ft Boundary Strips||No|
|Batteries||2 AAA Included||2 AAA Included||2 AAA Included|
|AC power adapter|
|Filters||1x extra HEPA filter||Extra set of high-performance filters||Extra set of high-performance filters|
|Brushes||4 side brushes||4 side brushes||4 side brushes,|
|Documentation||User Manual, App Install Manual||Welcome Guide||Welcome Guide|
Coredy vs Eufy: What Do You Think?
So what do you think about this comparison of these top-rated robot vacuums? Was the comparison chart at the top of the post helpful?
What do you think of the differences between these two vacuums? Do you like the idea of controlling a vacuum with your voice using Alexa or Google Assistant? How about your smartphone?
By the way, if you are curious about some additional options from other manufacturers, check out my other robot vacuums post in the Related Links section below.
Please leave me a comment below and let me know your thoughts. I hope yo hear from you!
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About the Author
Tim Brennan, Technical Writer & Blogger
Tim Brennan [a.k.a. "Tec Timmy"] is a senior technical writer with over 20 years of experience writing for companies and organizations in and around Greater Boston, including GE and MIT. In addition to actively writing for this smart home blog, Tim is also a regular contributor over at UniversalRemoteReviews.com. Tim holds a BA in Journalism from Northeastern University. Brennan is a father to two sons, an active blogger, a Star Wars nut, and loves a good taco🌮. There is a strong chance he is developing a crush on Amazon Alexa. You can learn more about Tim here.