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Comparison fight: Eufy HomeVac S11 Infinity vs Xiaomi G10

Comparison fight: Eufy HomeVac S11 Infinity vs Xiaomi G10

The UFC anchor has something in common with the HomeWock S11 Infinity and the Xiaomi G10, which is not the dominant color (blue for the first, orange for the second). They are both stick-shaped stick vacuum cleaners, whose center of gravity (made up of the engine block, filtration system and waste tank) is located near the user’s wrist. This particular architecture popularized by Tyson requires a wall-mounted storage platform, which doubles as a charging station for the G10. It does not apply to infinity, so it must be attached to the adapter after hanging on the wall; We know the most practical.

G10 and its stick structure.

Like the G10, the HomeWag S11 Infiniti uses a removable battery system, but the box has both, while the Xiaomi has no less generous backup battery. In both cases, if you purchased a battery for the G10 of course, you can fully charge a battery under your elbow to avoid a “dry break” in the middle of a cleaning session.

Thanks to its circle that identifies the rest of the autonomy, the Xiaomi provides a rating much more accurate than the UF, which is satisfied by the three diodes. Another small advantage of the G10 over its competitor of the day is that the screen (in theory) shows possible causes in the event of a malfunction, such as an irregular tube.

The strength of each device.

The strength of each device.

The lower specification allows the Xiaomi G10 to choose between rear absorption (optimal for extending engine autonomy) and continuous absorption (which does not tire the trigger pressing finger). The infinity user does not have this latitude, so the trigger must be pressed throughout the cleanup session.

If both have three suction powers, the Xiaomi is a little more “smart” because it knows how to modify the latter to suit the surface thanks to its stamped suction head “Smart Dark”. Infinity, for its part, is satisfied with wanting the requested power. The latter has a Lets curve on its suction head, which is very practical for detecting debris on dark floors or under furniture. The Xiaomi G10 does not have this practical feature and is not a magnetically clipable wipe behind the suction head, which will make up for this shortcoming. In fact, it does not have an electric friction system and its fastening system, which is not strong enough, prevents it from being applied manually to slightly engraved areas.

The G10 sweep is not effective.

The G10 sweep is not effective.

Our two competitors come up with useful accessories. There is of course the essential brush and the long tip. Less common, each vacuum cleaner can be fitted with an electric mini brush, among other things, to clean sofa seats and cushions. The Eufy Anker HomeVac S11 benefits from a flexible suction hose.

However, as a charging base, the Xiaomi G10 won the first point thanks to its wall base, which can act as its adaptive suction power system, thanks to the possibility of switching from fractional to continuous fraction.

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