Can it suck?
We brought an Anker Eufy RoboVac to Verizon headquarters to see if it can clean all 1.3 million square feet. The end result might burst your balloon.
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The Anker Eufy robot vacuum is awesome at cleaning my home. Next to my bidet, it's the best work-from-home gadget I own. But what else can it clean? Can it clean something bigger? What about something huge, like say all 1.3 million square feet of Verizon headquarters (or as much of it as we can access).
Verizon headquarters in Basking Ridge, NJ — built in 1975 and consisting of seven interconnecting buildings — is one of the largest corporate campuses in the United States. We took the Eufy RoboVac G30 and released it into the hallowed halls of Verizon to see how long it takes to clean my home away from home.
Check out the video to see how it fared. Meanwhile, here are my six favorite features of the Eufy RoboVac:
- I love how quiet the eufy vacuum is compared to other robot vacuums. I can have it running while on a call and no one's the wiser.
- It sports two spinning brushes for getting into corners that even our awesome cleaning people can’t reach.
- Using the handy dandy app, you can control the suckage power, allowing you to extend the battery life. I like to keep it on BoostIQ, which gives you about an hour of cleaning.
- When the battery is running low, it goes back to it’s base, charges and then goes back to work.
- The dustbin is super easy to empty and the app notifies you when it’s filled.
- While it might need some help opening doors and using the elevator, Eufy does know when it’s getting too close to falling down the stairs.
The Anker Eufy robot vacuum is available in two models, the RoboVac 35C and its big brother the RoboVac G30 at Verizon. Visit verizon.com for more information or to order yours today.