The Yeedi K650 is a budget-friendly robot vacuum. It performs very well on bare floors but doesn't do as well on carpets, where it has a hard time clearing small debris like baking soda. The battery performance is fantastic, with a maximum life of nearly four hours, and it has a good-sized dirt compartment for a robot vacuum. It works with a companion app, but its automation features are fairly basic. You can make a cleaning schedule and adjust the power mode, but unfortunately, it lacks a smart pathing feature and tends to miss some spots and bump into obstacles.
The Yeedi K650 is very good on bare floors. It easily clears most pet hair, small debris, and bulky material from bare surfaces. As its dirt compartment fills, it struggles a bit more with large debris like cereal. It feels sturdily-built, has an okay-sized dustbin, and maneuvers itself reasonably well. However, its maintenance needs are demanding, and it incurs high recurring costs.
The Yeedi K650 is disappointing on low-pile carpets. It does best with larger debris like sand but struggles more with pet hair and fine debris like baking soda. It's also hard to maintain and incurs high recurring costs. On the upside, it's well-built and has a decently-sized dirt compartment.
The Yeedi K650 is okay at cleaning high-pile carpets. It can climb onto and move around on high-pile carpets and picks up a fair amount of bigger debris like sand. However, it has more of an issue picking up pet hair and especially fine material like baking soda. It also incurs high recurring costs and is difficult to maintain. On the upside, it feels sturdy.
The Yeedi K650 isn't bad at cleaning up pet hair. It performs best on bare surfaces, where it easily clears most pet hair. It picks up a good amount of hair from carpets, although it might require a few passes to properly clean those surfaces. It also incurs high recurring costs and can be tricky to maintain, but on the plus side, it's well-built and maneuvers itself fairly well.
The Yeedi K650 is a robot vacuum and isn't suitable for cleaning stairs.
The Yeedi K650 is a robot vacuum and isn't suitable for cleaning your car.
The Yeedi K650 has a good build quality. It's mostly made of matte-finish hard plastic, with a glossy top and rubber-treaded wheels. Most of it seems sturdy, but the grey plastic dustbin feels like it might break if dropped. On top, there's a small Wi-Fi indicator light and a button you can use to start and stop a cleaning cycle. The vacuum arrives mostly assembled, and you just need to snap the two side brushes into place and plug in the docking station.
The Yeedi K650 robot vacuum can be tricky to maintain. It has several parts that need to be removed and serviced regularly, but luckily they're all easy to access.
The Yeedi K650 has quite a few parts that need to be replaced regularly, so it incurs high recurring costs.
Replacement brushrolls and side brushes are available from Yeedi's online store.
The Yeedi K650 is very easy to store. Like most robot vacuums, it's small, compact, and can self-dock on its charging station.
The Yeedi K650's dustbin is a fair size. While its capacity is smaller than the manufacturer advertises, it's still larger than most robot vacuums we've tested. There's a plastic flap over the intake to help prevent debris from spilling out.
The Yeedi K650 is cordless, so it has an unlimited range as long as it has battery life left and room in its dustbin. However, it can't go up or down stairs.
The Yeedi K650 robot vacuum is very portable. It's quite small and not very heavy, although unlike some robot vacuums, it doesn't have a handle to make it easier to carry around.
The Yeedi K650's battery performance is fantastic. If you set it to its most powerful 'Max+' mode, it lasts for roughly 50 minutes. That stretches to nearly four hours of continuous cleaning time if you use 'Quiet' mode, exceeding the maximum cleaning time of 130 minutes that the manufacturer advertises.
The vacuum takes roughly two hours to charge completely, although Yeedi recommends allowing it to charge for roughly five hours before using it the first time.
The light on top will blink white when it's charging and turn solid when it's fully charged, cleaning, or on standby. It will turn red for any errors, and turn off when the vacuum is shut off or out of battery.
This vacuum has a few quality of life features. It has a button on top so you can start, stop, and pause a cleaning cycle without an internet connection. With the companion app, you can choose between four power settings, 'Quiet', 'Standard', 'Max', and 'Max+'. You can also set the cleaning mode to 'Edge', 'Spot', or 'AUTO', which is the default.
The Yeedi K650 is equipped with two side brushes meant to push debris into the path of the vacuum. It comes with a cleaning tool that includes a hook blade for cutting away tangled hair, and a brush you can use to remove dust and debris.
The Yeedi K650 has an outstanding performance on bare floors. It has no issue picking up fine debris like baking soda, and also clears pet hair and larger debris like cereal. It has a bit more of an issue sucking up bulky material when its dustbin is partly full, but still picks up most of it.
The Yeedi K650 has a sub-par performance on low-pile carpets. It does a fair job with large debris like sand but struggles with pet hair and fine debris like baking soda. On the plus side, its performance stays consistent as its dustbin fills up.
The Yeedi K650 is alright on high-pile carpets. It does reasonably well with large debris like sand and fine debris like baking soda but struggles with pet hair.
The Yeedi K650 does an adequate job of maneuvering itself. It uses a random cleaning pattern and can miss some spots, notably in the middle of a room, but still provides good coverage overall. It can climb onto and move around on high-pile rugs and fits under low furniture like couches and coffee tables but tends to bump into obstacles, including its own charging dock. It also gets stuck on rugs with tassels, but not on electrical cords, although it can push and drag them around.
The Yeedi K650 has okay automation features. You can use the companion app to manually set the power setting and cleaning mode. You can also have the vacuum return to its docking station, create cleaning schedules, see when parts need to be replaced, and view a cleaning log. You can't set virtual boundaries, but you can separately buy magnetic boundary strips to keep it out of certain areas, although we haven't tested that feature. There's also a "Find my Robot" feature that tells the vacuum to make a noise so you can tell where it is.
It's compatible with Amazon Alexa devices, which allows you to control it with voice commands. You can also use the button on top to start and stop a cleaning session without an internet connection.
The Yeedi K650 is available in one color variant, 'White'. You can see the label for the unit we tested here. If you come across any other variants, please let us know if the discussions so we can update our review.
The Yeedi K650 is a budget robot vacuum. On bare floors, it easily clears pet hair and debris, outperforming many similarly-priced robots that we've tested, like the iRobot Roomba 692. However, it's not as good on carpets, where it struggles with fine debris like baking soda. It has fantastic battery life and a spacious dirt compartment for a robot vacuum, but cleans rooms in a random pattern and sometimes misses spots or bumps into obstacles. If you want to see more options, check out our lists of the best budget robot vacuums, the best robot vacuums, and the best robotic vacuums for hardwood floors.
The Yeedi K650 is a better vacuum than the eufy Robovac 11S for most uses. The Yeedi has a much better performance on high-pile carpets and bare floors. It also has a longer battery life and a bigger dustbin. On the other hand, the eufy delivers better performance on low-pile carpets.
The Yeedi K650 is a better vacuum than the iRobot Roomba 675. The Yeedi delivers better performance across all surface types, has a much bigger dirt compartment and better automation features. On the other hand, the iRobot is equipped with an allergen-trapping HEPA filter and is easier to maintain.
The Roborock E4 is a better vacuum than the Yeedi K650. The Roborock delivers better performance on all surface types and is better at maneuvering itself, thanks to its smart pathing feature. Nevertheless, the Yeedi has a slightly bigger dirt compartment, a longer maximum battery life, and recharges more quickly.
The Yeedi K650 is a better robot vacuum than the bObsweep Bob Pro. The Yeedi has a better performance on bare floors as well as low and high-pile carpets. It also has a bigger dirt compartment and less demanding maintenance needs. On the other hand, the bObsweep has a better battery performance and comes with a remote control.
The Yeedi K650 is a better vacuum than the Eureka Groove. The Yeedi performs much better on bare floors and carpets, has a bigger dirt compartment and a longer battery life. On the other hand, the Eureka is equipped with an allergen-trapping HEPA filter and comes with a remote control.