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Eufy X10 Pro Omni Review – Flagship Features at Half the Cost?

The Eufy X10 Pro Omni Robot Vacuum Mop Combo has emerged as the latest flagship from Eufy, a brand synonymous with quality and innovation within the vacuum industry. Marketed as one of the most feature-rich and best robot vacuums, the Eufy X10 Pro Omni comes at a price significantly lower than its counterparts. The big question: is it too good to be true? Read on as we dissect the pros and cons we found during our hands-on evaluations in our studio, detailing everything this device has to offer.

A Eufy with Flagship Features!


We’re impressed with the Eufy X10 Pro Omni.

It performed well in all of our tests including debris pickup, mopping, and navigation.

The Eufy X10 Pro has all the major flagship features that you would want from a top-of-the-line automated floor care system. It has one of the best obstacle avoidance systems and one of the best mopping systems out there, all at a significantly lower price than many of its competitors.

Product Overview

First, the basics: the Eufy X10 Pro Omni is a robot vacuum mop combo, meaning that in addition to vacuuming hard floors and carpets, it’s also a fully functional mop. Eufy is a company that has historically offered more competitively priced products, and that is certainly the case here. Take, for example, the Roborock flagship, the S8 Pro Ultra, which is very similar to the Eufy X10 Pro in terms of features, and the S8 is not quite but almost double the cost of the Eufy.

Eufy X10 and Roborock Price Comparison
Eufy X10 and Roborock Price Comparison © Vacuum Wars

Innovative Charging Dock

Starting off with the pros, let’s start with its newly designed charging dock. It not only automatically empties the contents of its dust bin into the disposable bag when it returns to the base to recharge, but it also automatically washes its mop pads, automatically dries its mop pads, and automatically refills the mop tank. The base worked well in our tests, and in general, I think bases like these are the final form of robot vacuums and they really offer an almost completely hands-off floor care experience.

Eufy X10 Station
The Eufy X10 at its Dock in our studio. © Vacuum Wars

Effective Mopping System

Its mopping system, in general, was a major pro in our evaluations. The Eufy X10 Pro Omni uses two spinning mop pads that exert 1 kg (almost 2 lb) of downward pressure onto the floor as it mops, which is a lot more pressure than most of its competitors. In fact, in our tests with things like dried-on coffee stains and dried-on grape juice stains, it was genuinely impressive, clearing both stains completely with minimal passage—one of the best performances I’ve seen.

Eufy X10 Mop Pad Pressure Comparison
Eufy X10 Mop Pad Pressure Comparison © Vacuum Wars

High Tech Obstacle Avoidance

Another big pro with the Eufy X10 is its obstacle avoidance system, which is called AI.See. It uses a front-mounted camera, lasers, and other technology to see obstacles and avoid them. Eufy claims their AI.See system is the number one obstacle avoidance system, and I tend to believe them. In our obstacle avoidance test, the devices that use AI.See have the top two scores. They claim the X10 Pro has been trained on 100+ objects to avoid, and they also incorporate a light so it can do this in low light situations, like under furniture.

Eufy X10 Navigation Tests at home
Eufy X10 Navigation Tests at home © Vacuum Wars

Efficient Navigation and Cleaning

The Eufy X10 uses a top-mounted LiDAR sensor to map and navigate around your house. It also has quick mapping, and it did map our floor plan in about 5 minutes. In our real-world navigation tests, its navigation efficiency and battery efficiency were both above average. We determined it could probably cover an area of 138 square feet per charge, which is also above average. Its ability to sweep up debris on both hard floors and carpets was also good. It had no problems with debris from fine to extra-large; on carpets, it did exceptionally well.

Eufy X10 Navigation Efficiency
Eufy X10 Navigation Efficiency © Vacuum Wars

Feature-Rich App

Its scores were much higher than average with the carpet deep clean test, where we see how good it is at picking up deeply embedded debris like sand in carpets. It also had a fairly feature-rich app, with things like virtual wall barriers to keep it from going places that you don’t want it to go, lots of customization like for scheduling, but also to modify its various bin behaviors. Really, it had almost everything you would expect from a flagship robot vacuum in terms of its app features.

Eufy X10 App Screenshots
Screenshots of our Eufy app © Vacuum Wars

Less Polished App Experience

Moving on to the cons, while its app was feature-rich, the app was also one of the Eufy X10’s weak points. It wasn’t any one thing, but it was just a little more buggy and a little less polished of an app experience compared to its competitors. For example, there was a significant lag in the real-time progress of the robot on the app, and the maps, in general, were less useful, though it didn’t affect the overall experience. It just seemed like this was an area that Eufy could improve.

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Front Mounted Brush Issues

Though its pickup was certainly good enough, we feel that the front-mounted brush is less effective than some of its competitors, not necessarily for sweeping, as it did this nearly perfectly, but fine debris on hard floors left just a little more debris than some of its competitors. Kind of nitpicky, but there it is.

Obstacle Avoidance Hiccups

One downside to having one of the best obstacle avoidance systems on the market is false positives. During the first round of the debris tests, the robot was very erratic as it was trying to avoid the larger debris rather than pick it up. We solved this by turning off the obstacle avoidance sensors in the app for the large debris pickup tests, so it’s something to keep in mind.

Eufy X10 Sensors avoiding the cereal.
Eufy X10 Sensors avoiding the cereal. © Vacuum Wars

Power Performance

Its overall power numbers were a little below average in our tests. Nothing too much to worry about, as it did have excellent real-world performance results, like the super high carpet deep cleaning results I mentioned earlier, but it could explain the lackluster results with the crevice pickup test, where it was also below average.

High Performance at a Big Value

All those cons are relatively minor, though, and the real story here, I think, is its value. The Eufy X10 Pro has all the major flagship features that you would want from a top-of-the-line automated floor care system. It has one of the best obstacle avoidance systems and one of the best mopping systems out there, all at a significantly lower price than many of its competitors. I would still keep an eye on the reviews, which you can check out at the link below, to make sure there are no deal breakers over time, but it seems to me like a great buy if you want top-of-the-line features at a good price.



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