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eufy X10 Pro Omni Vacuum Review

Tested using Methodology v1.3
Reviewed May 30, 2024 at 11:25 am
eufy X10 Pro Omni Picture
6.5
Bare Floor
6.3
Low-Pile Carpet
6.0
High-Pile Carpet
4.6
Pets
5.5
Stairs
4.6
Cars
4.3
Workshop

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is eufy's flagship robot vacuum. It's positively jam-packed with bells and whistles, with a LIDAR mapping sensor, a front-facing RGB camera for real-time hazard identification and avoidance, an onboard mopping system, and a multipurpose dock that not only charges the vacuum but empties its dustbin, refills its water tank, and washes and dries its mop pads.

Our Verdict

6.5 Bare Floor

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is okay for bare floors. While it isn't terrible at dealing with large and medium-sized debris on this surface type, it can create a mess if you've spilled finer debris like salt on a kitchen floor, as its side brush tends to scatter around debris. Despite its high advertised suction, it also struggles with dealing with debris in cracks and crevices, and its mopping system will require a couple of passes to deal with dried-on stains. On the upside, its object avoidance system works very well; while it can get stuck on tasseled rugs and thicker shag pile carpeting, it does a great job of recognizing and avoiding other potential hazards.

Pros
  • Advanced multifunction docking station.
  • Wide array of cleaning configuration options.
  • Mop lift system.
Cons
  • Mediocre debris pickup on bare floors.
  • Mopping system will require several extra passes to clear away dried-on stains.
  • Incurs high recurring costs.
6.3 Low-Pile Carpet

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is a mediocre option for low-pile carpet. Despite its huge assortment of sensors, including a surface sensor that allows it to automatically ramp up suction on carpets, it still does a poor job of dealing with debris on this surface type, doing very little in clearing away any debris caught within carpet fibers. That said, it's a very smart robovac that requires minimal babysitting; while it can get stuck on things like tasseled rugs, it does a good job of recognizing and avoiding obstacles. Its plethora of automatic features, including room scheduling, no-go zones, and self-empty capability, make it a good choice if you're frequently away from home.

Pros
  • Advanced multifunction docking station.
  • Wide array of cleaning configuration options.
  • Mop lift system.
Cons
  • Poor performance on carpets.
  • Disappointing pet hair pickup performance.
  • Incurs high recurring costs.
6.0 High-Pile Carpet

The eufy X10 Pro Omni delivers middling performance on high-pile carpet. It simply has very little impact on debris embedded deep within carpet fibers. It requires many extra passes to deal with everything, or maybe even an additional pass with a conventional vacuum. It also can get stuck on really thick shag-pile carpeting, even though its hazard recognition system will still tag them as hazards to avoid. It's packed with features, most notably its hazard recognition system, multifunction docking station, and mop pad lift, which allow it to vacuum carpets and mop bare floors within the same cleaning job without getting your carpets wet.

Pros
  • Advanced multifunction docking station.
  • Wide array of cleaning configuration options.
  • Mop lift system.
Cons
  • Poor performance on carpets.
  • Disappointing pet hair pickup performance.
  • Incurs high recurring costs.
4.6 Pets

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is a poor fit for pet owners. It struggles with clearing away pet hair on carpets, and despite its self-cleaning design, large amounts of hair can easily get tangled within its brushroll, forcing you to clean it manually. Its mopping system isn't all that effective either, so it'll require multiple passes to deal with any dried-on mud your pet may have tracked in from the outdoors. It also lacks a HEPA filter, and fine allergens like pet dander can easily escape its exhaust. On the upside, it runs very quietly, so it won't be too much of a disturbance for easily startled animals.

Pros
  • Quiet operation.
Cons
  • Disappointing pet hair pickup performance.
  • Mopping system will require several extra passes to clear away dried-on stains.
  • Poor allergen filtration performance.
  • Brushroll gets tangled on pet hair very easily.
5.5 Stairs

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is a robot vacuum and isn't designed for use on stairs.

4.6 Cars

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is a robot vacuum and isn't designed for use in cars.

4.3 Workshop

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is a robot vacuum and isn't designed to be deployed inside a workshop or garage.

  • 6.5 Bare Floor
  • 6.3 Low-Pile Carpet
  • 6.0 High-Pile Carpet
  • 4.6 Pets
  • 5.5 Stairs
  • 4.6 Cars
  • 4.3 Workshop
  1. Updated May 30, 2024: Review published.
  2. Updated May 23, 2024: Early access published.
  3. Updated May 13, 2024: Our testers have started testing this product.
  4. Updated Apr 09, 2024: The product has arrived in our lab, and our testers will start evaluating it soon.
  5. Updated Mar 25, 2024: We've purchased the product and are waiting for it to arrive in our lab.

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

There's only one colorway for the eufy X10 Pro Omni, though different product bundles are available on the manufacturer's website. You can buy this vacuum by itself, with a set of six extra dustbags for its multifunction dock, or with a set of extra replacement parts, which includes:

  • 1x pair of mopping pads
  • 2x side brushes
  • 1x brushroll
  • 1x brushroll guard
  • 1x Vacuum filter

The label of the unit we tested is here. If you encounter another variant of this vacuum, let us know in the comments.

Compared To Other Vacuums

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is a high-end all-in-one robot vacuum/mop. It promises much, with a plethora of automation features that result in a pretty hands-off ownership experience, including a self-emptying docking station that cleans and dries its mop pads and a real-time hazard identification system. That said, while the eufy is neck and neck with alternatives like the Roborock Q Revo in terms of equipment, it simply falls way short in actual cleaning performance, with weak debris pickup on bare floors and a pretty inefficient mopping system.

If you're looking for alternatives, look at our list of recommendations for the best robot vacuums, the best robot vacuums for hardwood floors, and the best robot vacuums for carpet.

Roborock Q Revo

The Roborock Q Revo is better than the eufy X10 Pro Omni. Both vacuums boast a similar feature set, with real-time hazard avoidance, onboard mopping systems with mop pad lifts, and advanced multifunction docks that empty the vacuums' dustbins, wash and dry their mop pads, and refill their water tanks. That said, the real difference lies in overall performance: the Roborock is more effective in clearing debris across most surface types, and its mopping system is far more efficient in clearing away dried-on stains.

Roborock S8+/S8

The Roborock S8+/S8 is a stronger performer than the eufy X10 Pro Omni, though you'll have to pay a hefty premium to get an S8 model that offers the same range of features. Unlike the eufy, the standard S8's docking station only empties its base station, whereas the eufy's also washes and dries its mop pads and refills its water tank. You'll need to upgrade to the S8 Pro Ultra to get that capability in the Roborock. That said, the Roborock is better at avoiding obstacles despite having a more rudimentary structured light sensor as opposed to the actual camera on the eufy. Its mopping system also does a better job of scrubbing away stains.

Roborock S7 MaxV

The Roborock S7 MaxV is better than the eufy X10 Pro Omni. The Roborock feels better built and does a considerably better job of dealing with debris on most floor types. It's also better at maneuvering itself and has an even more fleshed-out companion app.

iRobot Roomba j7/j7+

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is more feature-packed than the iRobot Roomba j7/j7+. The eufy has a broader suite of automation features; its LIDAR sensor allows for quicker room mapping, and unlike the iRobot, you can send it to specific rooms in your home. It also provides a far more granular overview of cleaning settings, which you can tailor to suit specific rooms and areas within your home. It also has a mopping system, though its overall performance is nothing special. The eufy also has a far more advanced docking station, which empties the vacuum's internal dustbin and washes and dries its mopping pads. In the iRobot's favor, it charges much faster, though the eufy has a longer battery life.

Test Results

perceptual testing image
Design
8.0
Design
Build Quality
Vacuum Type
Robot

The eufy X10 Pro Omni is impressively well-built. It has a body made of thick matte-finish plastic that looks and feels premium to the touch. It also features wheels with grooved rubber treads and a bumper with a rubber lip that will prevent it from damaging your walls. It feels rather heavy for a robot vacuum, which isn't surprising considering how much is inside.

The multifunction dock also feels similarly sturdy to the vacuum. However, it's worth noting that, like the multifunction dock included with the Roborock Q Revo, it's very large since it not only has an integrated dirtbag for solid debris but two water tanks: one for clean water and the other for wastewater collected from the mop pad rinse cycle.

6.0
Design
User Maintenance

This vacuum has several parts you need to clean regularly, though everything is easy to access.

  • Dirt compartment: Since this vacuum has a self-emptying function, in which it sucks debris from its internal dustbin into a dirtbag inside its dock, you actually won't have to empty its dustbin manually all that often. That said, the user guide does recommend cleaning it weekly, which is easy. You can lift it out with the built-in grab handle. From there, you can open the swivel door and dump out any accumulated debris, but be careful when doing so, as this door opens very easily.
  • Base station dirtbag: The base station dirtbag can be slid out of its housing, and you should replace it when full.
  • Vacuum filter: The filter is mounted on top of the vacuum's dirt compartment and can be un-clipped very easily. You should rinse it once a week under water before leaving it to dry for at least 24 hours.
  • Brushroll/Brush guard: You can easily remove the brush guard by pressing in the two release clips, which then allows you to pull out the brushroll. The brush guard features a built-in anti-tangle comb that's at least partially effective in preventing hair from getting wrapped around the roller; you can see what the roller looked like before running an extra cycle with the brush guard here and after here. Whatever hair does remain on the brushroll can be cut away with a pair of scissors. You should clean the brush guard and the brushroll once a month under clean water and leave them to dry for at least 24 hours.
  • Side brush: Unfortunately, you'll need a Philips-head screwdriver to remove the retaining screw holding the side brush in place. On the upside, barely any hair tends to get stuck to it. The manufacturer recommends cleaning it once a week.
  • Swivel wheel: You can pull the swivel wheel from its socket to clear out any stuck-on dirt or debris. Thankfully, very little debris makes its way in, though the manufacturer still recommends cleaning it once a month.
  • Sensors/Charging contacts: You'll have to wipe off the camera sensor at the front of the vacuum as well as the metal charging contacts with a clean cloth once a month.

The eufy X10 Pro Omni's mopping systems also have their own fair share of required upkeep.

  • Mop pads: The mopping pads can be removed by pulling them out of their sockets, though you won't have to wash them manually too often since the multifunction dock washes and dries them automatically.
  • Multifunction dock clean water tank: You can grasp the integrated handle and lift the clean water tank upwards from its slot in the dock. You should refill this tank as necessary. The manual gives no cleaning instructions, but you won't need to clean or rinse it often since you only use this tank for clean water.
  • Multifunction dock dirty water tank: As with the clean water tank, you can grab the tank handle and lift the compartment from its housing before dumping out any water inside. You should rinse it out with water as needed.
  • Multifunction mopping pad tray: You can slide out the drip tray from the base of the station. You should rinse it with cool water whenever necessary.

4.5
Design
Recurring Cost
Bag Part Number Dust Bag, Compatible with X10 Pro Omni
Filter Part Number Washable Filter Compatible with eufy X10 Pro Omni
HEPA Filter Part Number No HEPA Filter

The eufy X10 incurs high recurring costs.

  • Brushroll: You'll need to replace the brushroll after 360 hours of use or every six months and the brush guard every three to six months. You can buy a combined brushroll and brush guard set here.
  • Side brush: The side brush has a service life of roughly three to six months of use. You can buy a two-pack of replacements from the company's website here.
  • Filter: The filter needs replacing following 360 hours of on-time, or three to six months, according to the user manual. You can buy replacements in packs of two here.
  • Mop pads: You should replace the mop pads every three to six months or after 180 hours of use. A two-pack of replacements can be purchased here.
  • Multi-function dock dirtbag: The dirtbag has an advertised capacity of 2.5L, enough for 30 to 60 days' worth of debris, depending on the household. You can buy a two-pack of spares here.

eufy also offers a value pack that includes:

  • 1x Brushroll
  • 1x Brush guard
  • 1x Filter
  • 2x Side brushes
  • 2x mop pads
  • 8.4
    Design
    Storing
    Height
    18.15" (46.1 cm)
    Width
    14.41" (36.6 cm)
    Depth
    19.09" (48.5 cm)
    Cord Storing
    Not Needed
    On-Board Tool Storage
    Not needed
    Vacuum Rack/Station
    Yes

    The eufy X10 Pro Omni takes up a fair amount of space. While the vacuum itself isn't big, its multifunction dock is on the larger side. Thankfully, it's notably shorter than the similar multifunction dock bundled with the Roborock Q Revo, which makes it easier to fit under some tables and chairs.

    8.2
    Design
    Dirt Compartment
    Bagless
    No
    Volume
    0.68 gal (2.58 L)
    Full Indicator
    Yes
    Bag Included
    1

    Like most robovacs with self-emptying docking stations, the eufy X10 Pro Omni's debris capacity is impressive. While the actual measured capacity of 2.35L is smaller than the advertised claim of 2.5L, the dirtbag is still big enough to store a couple of weeks worth of debris. Conversely, its internal dustbin is very small, with a measured capacity of only 0.23L, so it must return to its docking station often.

    The clean water tank has a capacity of 3L, which the manufacturer advertises as being sufficient to clean a 1,500-2,000 sq ft (150 sq m) home two to three times.

    Design
    In The Box

    • eufy X10 Pro Omni vacuum
    • Dirt compartment
    • Multifunctional Dock
    • Clean Water Tank
    • Dirty Water Tank
    • Multifunction dock power cable
    • 1x Disposable dirtbags
    • 1x Vacuum filter
    • 1x Brushroll
    • Brush guard
    • 2x Mopping pads
    • User manual

    10
    Design
    Range
    Cordless
    Yes
    Cord Length
    N/A
    Hose Length
    N/A
    Minimum Wand Length
    N/A
    Maximum Wand Length
    N/A
    Total Range
    N/A

    The range is limited only by the remaining battery life, but like any robot vacuum, it can't climb or descend stairs.

    7.6
    Design
    Portability
    Total Weight
    9.92 lbs (4.50 kg)
    Weight In Hand
    0.00 lbs (0.00 kg)
    Carrying handle
    No

    This vacuum is very heavy for a robot vacuum, outweighing similarly equipped peers like the Roborock Q Revo by a fair amount. However, it's still much lighter than most conventional manually operated vacuums, and it won't be hard to carry it up and down flights of stairs.

    9.4
    Design
    Battery
    Minimum Battery Life
    110 min
    Maximum Battery Life
    232 min
    Recharge Time
    237 min
    Recharge Dock
    Yes
    Battery Life Indicator
    Yes
    Removable Batteries
    Yes

    This vacuum has fantastic battery performance. It uses a 2600mAh lithium-ion battery, far smaller than the 5200mAh unit found in the Roborock Q Revo, yet delivers a similar overall runtime, suggesting a considerably lower overall power draw. Its max battery life sits at almost six hours in its high-efficiency 'Quiet' mode, more than sufficient for cleaning your entire home, and drops to a little over 100 minutes in its high-power 'Max' mode, which is still plenty for dealing with smaller stubborn messes. That said, it's worth noting that while we didn't test energy consumption with the mopping feature enabled, you'll almost certainly see a lower runtime than with just vacuuming alone. The manufacturer also provides a how-to guide for swapping out the battery pack, which you can follow here.

    Design
    Quality Of Life Features
    Rotating Head
    No
    Power Adjustment
    Yes
    Self-Propelled
    Yes
    Headlights
    Yes
    Easy On/Off
    Yes
    Head Surface Type Adjustment
    Manual and Automatic

    This vacuum is quite feature-packed. There are a variety of dedicated cleaning functions that will force it to clean only certain areas or in certain modes. There's 'Vacuum Only,' which restricts the use of the mop, 'Carpet Avoidance' mode, 'BoostIQ' mode, which automatically increases suction on carpets, and, of course, the default 'Normal Cleaning' mode, which allows it to vacuum floors and mop hard surfaces in one go thanks to its mop lift function, which raises the mop pads by 12 millimeters when it's passing onto a carpeted surface.

    If you'd like to manually select its power setting, there are four to choose from: the energy-efficient 'Quiet' mode, the default 'Standard' mode, 'Turbo,' and 'Max.'

    You can also tweak its pathing behavior: 'Fast' prioritizes getting a cleaning job done, well, fast, 'Standard' strikes a balance between speed and thoroughness, and 'Deep' forces the vacuum to overlap the same area more than once.

    Lastly, you can also choose between three levels of water flow for the mopping system.

    If you'd rather not deal with all of these parameters and would rather leave it up to the vacuum, sticking it in its 'Smart Mode' allows the vacuum to automatically select the optimum settings for each room it cleans.

    The Q Revo also features Roborock's ReactiveAI system, the company's entry-level hazard avoidance technology. It features a front-facing structured light sensor to spot hazards, but this type of sensor ultimately isn't as sophisticated or as effective as the RGB-color camera-based system found on the Roborock S7 MaxV.

    Design
    Tools And Brushes
    Brushroll
    Yes
    Brushroll On/Off
    No
    Removable Brushroll
    Yes
    Turbo Brush
    No
    Crevice Tool
    No
    Upholstery Tool
    No
    Soft Bristle Brush
    No
    Hard Bristle Brush
    No
    Extension Wand
    No
    Ceiling Fan Tool
    No
    Pet Grooming Tool
    No

    This vacuum has a three-armed side brush to direct debris into the path of its brushroll. It also comes with a pair of washable mopping pads.

    Design
    Alternative Configuration
    Blower Mode
    No
    Performance
    6.0
    Performance
    Hard Floor Pick-Up

    This vacuum's performance on bare floors is mediocre, at least within the parameters of our floor performance test. In its 'Standard' pathing mode, it moves in an erratic pattern, causing it to miss wide swathes of the floor. We couldn't use the 'Deep' pathing setting, as the vacuum didn't recognize the test box as a room map; you can see the error message we received here. In the areas it does clean, its three-armed side brush tends to scatter fine debris outwards, though, at the very least, it isn't bad at picking up larger material like rice or cereal pieces.

    6.0
    Performance
    High-Pile Carpet Pick-Up

    This vacuum's performance on high-pile carpet is also mediocre, beyond just the navigational issues we encountered in the Hard Floor performance test. Despite its high advertised suction of 8000 Pa, it still tends to leave behind a significant amount of fine debris like sand that's been gently pressed into carpet fibers. Meanwhile, its side brush scatters around medium and bulky debris like rice and cereal instead of directing it towards the path of its brushroll.

    5.0
    Performance
    Low-Pile Carpet Pick-Up

    The eufy X10 Pro Omni's debris pickup performance on low-pile carpet is poor. Its side brush scatters around large and medium-sized debris like cereal and rice, while it does little to clear away finer debris like sand that's been pressed into carpet fibers. Beyond that, it also does a terrible job of dealing with debris left along walls and in corners. This vacuum also displayed the same navigational woes in this test as in the 'Hard Floor Pick-Up' and 'High-Pile Carpet Pick-Up' tests, which caused it to miss portions of our testing box.

    5.0
    Performance
    Pet-Hair Pick-Up

    This vacuum does a terrible job of dealing with pet hair on low-pile carpet. While it clears away lighter strands that are barely resting on carpet fibers, some hair gets stuck on the brushroll and is left to drag along the floor, where it can get stuck again.

    0
    Performance
    Suction
    Maximum Hose Suction
    N/A
    Maximum Head Suction
    0.1 inHโ‚‚O (0.03 kPa)
    Normal Head Suction
    0.0 inHโ‚‚O (0.01 kPa)
    Setting Used For Normal "Standard" (App)
    Hose Diameter
    N/A

    The eufy X10 Pro Omni's suction force isn't very strong, though this isn't unusual for a robot vacuum; its suction inlet is positioned too high above the contact surface to generate a tight seal on bare surfaces, resulting in low suction power measurements, even with a remarkably high advertised 8000 Pa of suction.

    2.9
    Performance
    Airflow
    Maximum Hose Airflow
    14.7 CFM (0.4 mยณ/min)

    This vacuum's airflow performance is okay for a robot vacuum. It lags slightly behind peers like the Roborock Q Revo and will have a harder time lifting heavier debris away.

    9.7
    Performance
    Noise
    Bare Floor
    57.3 dBA
    Low-Pile Carpet
    57.5 dBA

    This vacuum is fantastically quiet. You'll hear what people nearby are saying even when the vacuum is running in its most powerful suction mode.

    The multifunction dock is noisier than the vacuum when using the self-empty function, with a peak volume of 73.2 dBA.

    7.0
    Performance
    Maneuverability

    This vacuum does a decent job of maneuvering itself. Its obstacle avoidance system works very well, allowing it to get close to obstructions like chair and table legs without bumping into them or getting stuck. It's also capable of identifying and completely avoiding hazards like power cords, which it then displays on the coverage map the vacuum outputs to its companion app. It gets stuck on tasseled rugs, but in its defense, the manufacturer recommends tucking in any tassels under the carpet before letting the vacuum run. It'll correctly identify thicker rugs as hazards to avoid, though it may still attempt to climb onto them, where it'll get stuck. The eufy's LIDAR sensor sticks out quite a bit from the top of the vacuum, and this unit can have difficulty cleaning under lower couches.

    0
    Performance
    Pet Hair Furniture Performance
    Sofa Pickup Post Test
    Performance
    Air Quality
    Anti-Allergy Filter (HEPA)
    No

    This vacuum isn't all that great at sealing in allergens, which can escape from its exhaust.

    5.0
    Performance
    Cracks
    Wood Cracks Post Test

    This vacuum has poor crack-cleaning performance. It struggles with drawing up fine debris wedged deep within crevices, and its side brush mostly just drags around lighter debris. Doing a second pass in the 'Max' suction setting makes little difference. You can see the final result of a second pass here.

    6.0
    Performance
    Stains
    Stain Pickup Post Test

    This vacuum's stain-clearing performance is middling with the water flow mode set to 'High,' the pathing mode set to 'Normal,' and the 'Edge-Hugging' function left on, which is supposed to let the vacuum clean closer to walls. Despite pre-soaking the mop pads before running its cleaning job, this vacuum had only a minor impact on the dried-on stain, to the point where it would require at least a few more mopping cycles to fully clear it away.

    Note: Unfortunately, this vacuum displayed the same navigational issues in this test that it did in the Floor Pickup tests, causing it to move in a somewhat erratic, unpredictable pattern in testing. Initially, we assumed that the 'Edge-Hugging' function played a part in this issue. We ran this test again with this function disabled, which resulted in even worse performance, as the vacuum would rush through its mopping cycle. You can see the vacuum cleaning without the 'Edge-Hugging' setting enabled here, and the result of said test here.

    After the vacuum has finished mopping, it'll park at the multifunction dock, where the pads are then cleaned again before being dried with a flow of warm air. You can see how the pads looked before the automatic clean cycle here, and after the clean cycle here.

    0
    Performance
    Water
    Wet Compatible
    Mopping Only
    Water Pickup Post Test

    The manufacturer didn't design the eufy X10 Pro Omni to deal with large liquid spills. While its mopping pads can soak up smaller messes, using the vacuum to suck up liquid will result in damage.

    Automation
    9.1
    Automation
    Physical Automation
    Automatic Recharging
    Yes
    Automatic Bag Emptying
    Yes
    Pathing Algorithm
    Smart
    Physical Boundary Markers
    No
    Scheduled Start Buttons
    No
    Cycle Control Buttons
    Onboard Only
    Navigation Control Buttons
    Return to Base Only

    This vacuum has a broad array of physical automation features. Most obviously, there's the multifunction dock, which empties its dustbin, refills its water tank, and washes and dries its mopping pads.

    The eufy X10 can be operated without its smartphone app, but its functionality is limited. There are three physical control buttons. Pressing the 'Power' button starts a cleaning cycle, pressing the 'Home' button sends it back to its dock, and pressing the 'Spot Clean' button causes the vacuum to clean a small area, defined as a 4.9 ft by 4.9 ft square.

    9.0
    Automation
    Companion App Automation
    App Name
    eufy Clean
    iOS Availability
    Yes
    Android Availability
    Yes
    Software Boundary Markers (No Go Zones)
    Yes
    App Scheduled Start
    Yes
    App Cycle Control
    Yes
    Navigation Control within App
    Yes

    The eufy Clean app is superb. While registering inputs with it can be slow, it offers a comprehensive suite of features. You can see a quick guide for the app here.

    After it's mapped out your home, you can set up no-go zones and invisible walls, divide rooms, tweak cleaning settings for different areas, or even view obstacles that the hazard avoidance system detected and took pictures of (it's worth noting that this feature is off by default). You can also schedule cleaning sessions for specific rooms or use your smartphone as a remote control. It also offers multi-level mapping for up to five floors.

    The app gives real-time status information when the vacuum is cleaning, mopping, or parked at its dock. It also has a 'Help' sub-menu that gives you a projected service interval for various wear items and lets you view how-to maintenance videos.