eufy by anker, HomeVac H11, Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, Ultra-lightweight 1.2lbs, 5500Pa Suction Power, USB Charging, For Home Cleaning
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This doesn't seem to work well at all. There is very little suction and when you attach it to an attachment you can't use it any more.
Its poor filter design lets dirt and debris into the motor, which then gets blown out of the exhaust. I wouldn't recommend it due to the bad filter design, which Eufy says complies with industry standards yet leaks like crazy since it has no rubber seal. In terms of picking up hair, you'd have to tape the edge of the filter before you install it in order for it to seal, but the dust cup is so small that you'd have to empty it three times for a
Hepa filters should not be used. The filter is a regular, not hepa It only works for small pickups for me, and I find it to be quite effective.
Two people are needed to complete the task. The ratio of 5 to 3 is good. It takes 5 hours for the phone to be fully charged.
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In other words, the vacuum is really just a lithium ion mess maker as it stands, until the filter design is changed. The filters only "seal" (or rather don't seal) against the walls of the dirt cup by way of plastic on plastic contact. They just have a flexible plastic rim that is supposed to "friction fit" into the dirt pots. In most HVAC units, this leads to a large amount of dust being sucked up by the filter and dumped around the top edges of the dirt cup by the motor. That will destroy the vacuum in no time and it won't make much of a vacuum if it blows up everything you sucked up right back out the top of the dirt cup and through the back of it. It would be possible to solve all of these problems with a simple redesign of the filter, and the vacuum would be spectacular as a consequence. It is essential for Eufy that the filter be redesigned. The only thing it needs is a rigid plastic rim that fits tightly into the vacuum, plus a small opening to let you remove the vacuum To prevent dirt from getting into the dirt cup, seal the ring shut. In the same way as The ring that holds the outer cover in place. There's no need to add an organic additive to the plastic since it's cheaper to make the filters out of just plastic This vacuum is a HUGE failure if it doesn't ring to those who need it. ****For this product to succeed, there must be a method by which the filter can seal. There's no sustainable way to proceed with the current method. As soon as possible, I will send a message with photos and details. If you would like to contact me before then, I'd be willing to assist in revising the filter design to solve the vacuum issue. In that case, you might as well mark these down to $6 if you don't modify the filter to better seal. That's all they are worth now, since that's what they were As long as Eufy does not step up and revise the filter to actually make the product functional, I will return it and update this review as needed. For now, I cannot recommend this to anyone. As of right now, I can't recommend it. The proposal I am offering should be changed in the coming weeks, as I would really like it if it were to.
I WOULD appreciate it if you read this! I have updated the information as of The arrow points to the red line). But don't expect to clean up large areas with a vac. This works best for tables, chairs, countertops, kitchen tables, dining tables, etc but still, it is a great little vacuum, for small areas it gets the job done and Anker is a reputable brand, I own 50-plus of them. We have hundreds of Anker products. The promotional video might mislead you, the vacuum's width is 1-inch, the vacuum's depth is 1. 3 inches To get in close to places that are out of reach after I vacuum with my main vacuum, I use this. For example, let's say that you want a new CAR. That would be a No No, it doesn't have enough power, it doesn't have enough width. One other reviewer mentioned the fan points downward, which is true, and that when you attempt to vacuum something, the air generated by the vacuum is pretty much going to blow out whatever needs to be vacuumed, so you really need to vacuum almost vertically instead of 45 ish degrees The round shape of the vacuum makes it difficult to keep it in one spot. Please update me on the following projects This is an excellent projector (excellent).
I had a Eufy Robo Vacuum that was not so good, but to be fair, I also own a Deebot that was twice as expensive and I think is even worse. Avoidance that is hindered by obstacles Technology is still stuck, probably because the tech is not quite ready There is someone who has it or I gave it to someone at LEAST 5 years ago There are at least three members of my family that have it or have given it to them Excellent products)
I own ANKER FAST Wireless Chargers (two) (excellent products)
AT LEAST 5- of them I have the Anker 5W case (excellent products)
I have the Anker battery case (excellent products)
I have the Anker battery batteries, AA, double AAA (excellent! )I will get ROAV Hydroclean from the following person.
I have made a few updates to my review below. Customer service is one of the reasons I continue to buy Eufy products. After my review, Eufy reached out to me looking to resolve any issues I had. My vacuum was refunded and I was allowed to keep it. I don't know what more I can ask for. In fact, when I saw this launch, I had to try it. I've been a fan of Eufy products for a long time. In order to utilize it for small cleaning jobs in my car, I had one main goal in mind. I consider this vacuum to be decent, but it has one serious drawback. In other words, if you are trying to vacuum the mess from an area, it basically blows it away while you attempt to clean up the mess. Moreover, the power is not as strong as it should be. However, I cannot see myself using it. I like the concept and it feels good, but I cannot see myself using it.
Because it was so cheap (along with the Shark W1), I gave it a shot. But as other reviews have pointed out, it is a flawed model. Due to the exhaust blowing downward instead of out of the sides, there is a great deal of dust and pet hair With the battery dying, the suction diminishes as well. I am going back to the Shark W1 and will keep it. In spite of being twice the price, the Shark is similar in effect to what I wanted. At twice the price, the Eufy delivers performance comparable to that of a $25 dust buster.