Discover the Eureka E10s: A Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum for a Hassle-Free Month!

Discover the Eureka E10s: A Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum for a Hassle-Free Month!

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Eureka E10s, robot aspirador con base de autovaciado para un mes

We begin our collaboration with a new brand by reviewing the Eureka E10s, a new robot vacuum cleaner with a mop for scrubbing. For fast and accurate movement, it features LiDAR sensors and carpet detection sensors that allow it to raise the height of its mop to avoid getting caught. The most unique feature of this model is its bagless self-emptying base, which provides a capacity for 30 days’ worth of dirt.

Before starting the review, we want to thank Eureka for trusting us to analyze this product.

Technical specifications of the Eureka E10s:

– Cleaning method: Vacuuming with cell brush; mopping with 10mm elevating mop
– Self-emptying base for 30 days
– Navigation: LiDAR sensor and PSD
– Capacity: Dust container: 200ml; water container: 220ml; self-emptying base: 1.5 liters
– Suction power: 4,000 pascals; noise level: 65 dB
– Battery life: 5,200 mAh; 180-minute runtime
– Connectivity: Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz; Eureka app; compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa
– Dimensions: Robot: 350 x 97mm; Base: 244 x 178 x 445mm

Packaging and accessories:

We start the Eureka E10s review by placing its cardboard box on our worktable, which contains two more boxes inside that separate the robot from the base. Both the robot vacuum cleaner and its base and accessories are well-packaged and perfectly protected to arrive undamaged in our hands. In addition to the user manual and a quick start guide, accessories include an alternative mop, two rotating brushes to place for use, and a cleaning brush for the main roller.

Design of the Eureka E10s:

We first focus on the design of the Eureka E10s, a conventional circular robot vacuum with a diameter of 350mm and a height of 97mm. It appears to be a well-crafted product with some aesthetic details, although some plastic areas could be improved.

LiDAR sensor:

Next to three physical buttons that allow use even without installing the mobile app, we find a protrusion containing the LiDAR sensor. This laser imaging detection and ranging system, together with the PSD side sensors (position sensitive detectors), allows for smooth and precise movement around the house. The E10s can detect objects in three dimensions to avoid collisions or getting stuck. It also features a carpet sensor to enable or disable climbing onto carpets, depending on the settings.

The front area of the robot has a bumper in case it hits any objects, as well as two cushioned wheels for maneuvering on any surface.

4,000 pascals of suction and mopping:

In the Eureka E10s review, we attach the two circular brushes to the tabs at the top. We check its two motorized, cushioned wheels for movement and a small wheel to assist with turning. In the center, there is a rotating cell and rubber brush that, with the help of 4,000 pascals of suction power, takes care of vacuuming up all the accumulated dirt on the floor with a noise level of 65 dBA. Meanwhile, the mop ensures thorough cleaning, allowing for a height increase of up to 10mm to clear carpets and exert pressure on the floor.

A pull-out drawer contains the 200ml dust container for collecting dirt during cleaning. It includes a HEPA filter for trapping small particles and even mites, which can be washed under running water after several uses but must be thoroughly dried before reuse. Beside this, a pink rubber cap allows for filling the 220ml water container for floor scrubbing.

The E10s also features a 5,200mAh battery for a runtime of up to 180 minutes, although it will likely complete cleaning in less than an hour.

Bagless self-emptying base:

The most unique feature of the Eureka E10s is its bagless self-emptying base. Unlike most models that use bags that need regular replacement at a cost, this model has a container similar to those found in modern handheld vacuum cleaners. Its cyclonic motor technology extracts dirt from the robot’s dust container and stores it in its 1.5-liter container. This promises space for a month’s worth of dirt, although it would be better to empty it occasionally to prevent excessive accumulation.

On the back of the base, we find the power cable and a cover that provides access to another HEPA filter to ensure small particles never re-enter the air. Additionally, there is another washable textile filter and a mesh one to separate larger particles from dust inside the container.

Eureka E10s performance:

In the performance section of the Eureka E10s review, we place the base in a bedroom against a wall, with some space left on the sides. The robot protrudes significantly from the wall, which should be considered when choosing a location.

Eureka app:

Although the E10s can be used without installing any apps, it’s best to install the official Eureka app for smartphones (Android in our case). After synchronizing it with our Wi-Fi and likely performing an initial firmware update, the app will be ready for use within 10 minutes, but it’s best to wait for a full battery charge before starting. The app offers options for creating a new map of our home, starting cleaning directly, adjusting suction and mopping levels, scheduling cleaning, checking the cleaning log, and even monitoring the status of the accessories.

The first cleaning takes almost an hour but effectively covers 50m2. From this point, we have a map of our residence and can view the robot’s route. Areas can be demarcated to prevent cleaning in certain spots – in our case, we needed a virtual wall to stop the robot from becoming stuck under a TV cabinet.

The second cleaning takes around 45 minutes and has more direct strokes. Obviously, mapping the house makes movement faster, but differences are not more than 5-10 minutes.

Cleaning and mopping:

The key point is the quality of cleaning with the Eureka E10s. The suction capability is excellent, even picking up small pieces of lego debris. The noise level is high, like all models, but not the loudest we’ve tested. Mopping is pretty good and helps to leave the floor much cleaner, although it doesn’t remove stains or residue. Even with models featuring rotating mops, this is not always achievable.

After each home-cleaning session, the robot vacuum returns to its self-emptying base, and the dirt is transferred within a noisy minute. One cleaning yields a significant amount of dirt but the container should last as long as promised – around one month.

Eureka E10s conclusions:

After completing the Eureka E10s review, we draw some conclusions: this product performs its function perfectly. Its suction power effectively removes dust and small objects from the floor, while the mopping function is helpful but not as efficient as rotating mops. The most notable feature of this robot is its self-emptying base, which allows vacuuming for a month without any further user intervention. The water container only lasts for one cleaning session, but whether or not to refill it each time for daily use depends on preference.

The Eureka E10s is available on Amazon for €419, a price commensurate with its features, especially considering the self-emptying function.

Main advantages:
+ Good performance/price ratio
+ Effective cleaning combining suction with mopping
+ LiDAR sensor for efficient and collision-free movement
+ Excellent battery life, suitable for full cleaning of large spaces
+ Highly functional app with full cleaning scheduling capability

Negative aspects:
– Water container only lasts for one cleaning session

We at El Chapuzas Informático award the Eureka E10s robot vacuum cleaner a Gold Award.

This article was originally published in El Chapuzas Informático.

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