The Yeedi K650 a budget robot vacuum that is unfortunately not available in the UK currently. In the US you can pick it up on Amazon for $199.99 at full price or around $130 with the current (and regular) discounts. This makes it the cheapest robotic vacuum I have reviewed, and it is surprisingly good.

Yeedi K650 Robot Vacuum Specification

  • Suction: 2000 Pa
  • Climbing threshold: 0.71 in / 18 mm
  • Dust Collector Capcity: 800ml
  • WiFi/App : Yes 2.4 GHz
  • App functions: Schedule, start/stop
  • Mapping/Navigation: None
  • Boundary Strips: Compatible (none supplied)
  • Voice Control: Google and Alexa
  • Noise: 56dB  
  • Run Time: 130 min
  • Dimensions: 33.7 x 33.9 x 7.9 cm; 5.88 Kilograms

Yeedi K650 vs Eufy RoboVac 30C

Unpacking and setting up the Yeedi had a lot of similarities with the many Eufy Robovacs I have reviewed. I personally use the RoboVac 30C which I have been very happy with, it’s affordable and works well in my kitchen.

You can normally pick up the RoboVac 30C for around £200 which is quite a bit more expensive than the Yeedi.

While initially they looked the same, there are quite a lot of differences, with Eufy having so many models, some specs will be closer to than others.

The Yeedi has a 2000 Pa suction capacity, larger than the RoboVac 30C, but the same as other models such as the RoboVac G30.

The Yeedi states it has boundary detection, but you don’t get boundary strips, you need to buy this separately. During my time with it, the ones I already had laid down for Eufy appeared to work.

One advantage the Yeedi has is the larger 800ml dustbin whereas all the Eufy options have 25% less with 600ml.

The Yeedi 650 has a better claimed climbing height than Eufy at 0.71 in / 18 mm vs 0.63 in/16mm. We have a clothes drying rack in our kitchen, and the Eufy can just about get over it, though drags it around the kitchen. I haven’t noticed the Yeedi manage to climb over this yet. So I am not convinced the Yeedi is better at climbing.

One downside of the Yeedi is a touch bigger with 0.7cm extra height, so it is more likely to catch when trying to fit under furniture.

  • The Yeedi measures: 33.7 x 33.9 x 7.9 cm
  • The Eufy measures: 32.5 x 32.5 x 7.25 cm

Yeedi and Eufy share many features of their apps, while they are app-controlled, they are not super smart, you can set up schedules, start/stop and set the cleaning mode, that’s about it.


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