Wyze Robot Vacuum Review

Wyze Robot Vacuum Review

The Wyze Robot Vacuum contains a laser sensor for mapping your home and suction power of 2,100Pa. You may use an app to pick specific rooms and have the vacuum delivered directly to them. It collects trash and pet hair from hard floors and carpets swiftly and methodically. Because of its extended battery life, stronger obstacle avoidance skills, and voice command compatibility, the iRobot Roomba 675 retains its Editors’ Choice title by a hair.


When I first opened the Wyze Robot Vacuum, I had a strong sense of déjà vu: I had recently seen a vacuum that looked exactly like this. The Proscenic M6 Pro hybrid robot vacuum and mop has the same body as Wyze. The Wyze has a solid, shiny black lid and a black and reflective laser cover with the brand name etched on it, giving it a more expensive appearance. The dock for the Wyze Robot Vacuum is the same as for the Proscenic M6 Pro. The dock on the Neato D4 and Neato Botvac D7 is similar, with two parallel charging connectors waiting to meet the contacts on the vacuum’s back. The dock is modest and unobtrusive in size, but it’s nearly too light.

Setup, app, and mapping:

The Wyze app is used to control the Wyze Robot Vacuum (Android and iOS). The app comes with a set of highly customizable rules that may be used with the vacuum or other Wyze devices. When the bot is cleaning, you can pick between Quiet, Standard, or Strong suction, which can be altered on the fly. Thanks to its Quick Mapping feature, the Wyze Robot Vacuum mapped the first floor of my house in record time. My semi-open floor design was first separated into three basic rooms by the app. The bathroom was one room that is completely understood. 

This isn’t the first time a robot vacuum app has caused unusual room partitioning complications. The Wyze Robot Vacuum cleans one room at a time, tracing the room demarcations defined in the app and vacuuming in an S-shaped pattern. Budget robot vacuums, such as the Eufy G30 Edge, develop a map of your home for speedier cleaning, but they lack room divisions, avoidance zones, and single-room cleaning. I noted that the Wyze missed a little section that was technically part of the dining room, even though it went through a wall and just outside the restroom because its progress can be tracked via an app.

Powerful and Smart:

On its first run, the Wyze Robot Vacuum makes quick work of mapping your home in its companion app. Its LiDAR sensor spins six times per second, sensing distances up to 26 feet distant from 2,016 different places in the room. The robot cleaned for up to 83 minutes (in quiet mode) before successfully returning to the base station during testing. The robot, according to Wyze, can handle carpet up to an inch thick and cross heights of 0.8 inches. The Wyze Roomba 675 robot vacuums practically never got stuck throughout our tests.

I had to physically set it free on its first cleaning session after it became stuck behind a shelving unit. The robot, according to Wyze, “can see and clean in any light,” but it failed to notice dark spaces during testing. Sensors may misunderstand dark or black flooring as a ledge or stairs, preventing it from working.


The Wyze Robot Vacuum includes a dustbin and HEPA filter, but you’ll have to manually empty the bin after each cleaning session. Wyze recommends cleaning the trash and the sensors on the robot’s bottom with the little brush that comes with it. Wyze recommends replacing the main brush every six to twelve months, as well as the edge brush and head home filter every three months, for optimal cleaning performance. In the app, you may check the remaining usage time of accessories and buy replacements.

Vacuuming Performance:

In our lab testing, the Wyze scored 92.73 percent, beating out the Eufy G30 Edge’s 88.94 percent and the Proscenic M6 Pro’s 80.39 percent. It received a perfect score on both the cereal and dog hair tests in our hardwood lab test. The Wyze cleaned up 97.15 percent of the kitty litter in our test area when it came time to clean up after our fictional cat.

Customized Cleaning:

Wyze makes it simple to tailor your cleaning by allowing you to alter your home’s map. Rooms are given generic names such as “room 1,” “room 2,” and so on. You can then split or merge rooms on the map if necessary. You may also use the app to build virtual barriers to keep the robot from cleaning certain areas.

A Feature-Rich, Budget-Friendly Robot Vacuum:

Wyze’s Wyze Robot Vacuum has some of the same capabilities as much more expensive competitors. LiDAR-powered home mapping, route planning, area cleaning, and virtual walls are among them. It’s one of the smartest robot vacuums in this price range, despite the lack of Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice capabilities. Because of its longer battery life and obstacle avoidance, the Roomba 675 retains our Editors’ Choice winner.


  • Suction power is strong. 
  • Laser mapping technology is included. 
  • App control, area cleaning, scheduling, and virtual walls are all supported. 
  • Filtration with a HEPA filter


  • There is no support for voice commands. 
  • Battery life is relatively short. 
  • Occasionally, it becomes stuck.


Thanks to top-notch laser mapping and efficient route planning, the Wyze Robot Vacuum zips around your home, sucking up dust and pet hair from hard flooring and carpet.

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