Deebot 2020 Comparison Review
You will agree with me that ECOVACS is one of the most active robot vacuum brands on the market right now, with over 50 models released so far. Since we released the last Deebot comparison review, several new models have been rolled out. In this second segment, we are going to focus on the new models.
So without further ado, here’s the Deebot OZMO 920 vs. 937 vs. T5 vs. T8 vs. T8 AIVI vs. U2 vs. U2 Pro comparison review. But before going into the details, here’s why ECOVACS is a robot vacuum brand worth your consideration.
Established in 1998, ECOVACS is one of the best robot vacuum brands for budget buyers. The Chinese brand offers affordable robot vacuums and has been able to keep up with the latest technological advancements in the robot vacuums industry.
The latest Deebot models come with all the bells and whistles, from cleaning, to navigation and convenience. Above all, Deebot OZMO models feature 2-in-1 cleaning, a feat big brands such as Roomba have not been able to achieve.
We understand that there are quick buyers who don’t want to go through the entire review. This section has handpicked Deebot vacuums that will help such readers to settle on the best Deebot quickly. So, without further ado, here are the best picks from our editors.
Best Affordable Deebot
If you are looking for the best affordable Deebot in 2020, the new Deebot U series will be a sweet spot. There are two models within the range; Deebot U2 vs. U2 Pro. The former is the best choice as it is cheaper and boasts some of the Chinese brand’s latest features.
Best Deebot for Carpets
If you have carpets, there are two important considerations to make; suction power, and carpet identification. The Deebot T8 AIVI is the best choice here as it doubles suction power on carpets and automatically identifies carpets to avoid dampening them when mopping.
Best Budget Deebot for Pet Hair
If you have pets, and you are on a budget, the Deebot U2 Pro will be the best deal for you. The model is very affordable and comes with specialized tools for handling pet messes. It vacuums and mops simultaneously and comes with a silicone bristle-free brush that doesn’t tangle even when picking up long dog hair. Other features related to pet messes include a larger bin, a three-layer high-efficiency filter, and a 3200mAh battery that lasts for 150 minutes.
Best Affordable Self-Emptying Deebot
The Deebot T8 is the best affordable Deebot with self-emptying, but you have to purchase the Auto-Empty Station separately. If you want a model that comes with the Auto-Empty Station, go for the Deebot T8+. Besides the self-emptying bin technology, the two vacuums come with OZMO™ Pro Oscillating Mopping System, TrueDetect 3D Technology, and TrueMapping laser-based mapping.
Best Deebot for Large Apartments
For large apartments, there are two options. You can go for the Deebot T8 or the T8 AIVI, which come with TrueMapping technology, a technology based on DToF aerospace detection technology. The technology enables the robot vacuums to intelligently map your house floor, consequently ensuring fast and entire level cleaning. But then, the T8 AIVI will cost you a few more bucks.
Best Deebot in 2020
The Deebot T8 AIVI is the best Deebot in 2020. It is the most expensive Deebot so far, but then, its features justify the price. Some of the unique features it tags along with include the AIVI™ upgrade, which improves navigation further by identifying obstacles 2X faster, On-demand Live Video Stream, and Self-Learning by AIVI™.
Best Deebot Vacuums in 2020
In this section, find all the best Deebot robot vacuums that should feature in your wish list.
The 2-in-1 vacuum is ideal for cleaning bare floors, and low pile carpets as well. This is courtesy of the 3 stage cleaning system that constitutes a two-speed motor that runs on standard mode (600pa) and Max mode (1200pa), the new floating brush 2.0, and OZMO™ mopping technology.
It’s also ideal for picking up pet hair, especially the short cat and dog hair, but the brush gets tangled quickly when handling long pet hair.
The good thing is that there’s an interchangeable intake so you can still pick up the long dog hair without a problem, and that’s why it’s still a model you can trust with handling pet messes.
The 920 includes a 3200mAh battery that offers 110 minutes runtime and comes with automatic recharge and resume.
In terms of navigation and mapping, you can rely on the Smart Navi 3.0 with multifloor mapping and updated Virtual Boundary. It’s also a smart robot vacuum that works with the ECOVACS Home app, and syncs with Alexa and other voice assistants.
Next up is the Deebot 930/937, which are two confusing models but then, in terms of features, they are the same model. It’s only that the 937 is destined for a different market, but in the US market, it’s known as the OZMO 930.
The OZMO 930/937 has been designed for homes with bare floors and carpets as well.
It boasts the same 3-stage cleaning system, with the floating brush 2.0, but it doesn’t have the upgraded suspension, and optimized brush design, and its suction adjustment is purely automatic.
It also features OZMO mopping technology and has carpet identification.
When it comes to cleaning pet messes, it does a great job, picking up both short and long dog hair, and while it may struggle with long dog hair with the main brush, you can always remove the floating brush to beat tangling.
The Deebot 930/937 comes with a 3200mAh battery that lasts for 110 minutes, and will recharge and resume cleaning automatically. When it comes to navigation and mapping, it deploys Smart Navi 3.0 and has digital boundary marking. This is also a smart robot vacuum with WiFi, meaning operation is possible via the ECOVACS Home app and voice assistant.
The Deebot U2 is a pretty new model released in September 2020 and features some of the latest technologies from the Chinese brand. It’s also an affordable robot vacuum, perfect for budget buyers.
The Deebot U2 has been designed to handle bare floors and low to medium pile carpets courtesy of Max+ mode. It is also a 2-in-1 vacuum cleaner with OZMO mopping technology, and considering its price; it’s a great deal. The vacuum also performs exceptionally when picking up pet hair, mopping pet messes such as stains, and capturing allergens. It’s also a smart robot vacuum with WiFi that works with the smartphone app and syncs with Alexa and Google Assistant.
But unfortunately, the U2 doesn’t have the latest navigation and mapping system, and that means it will struggle a bit in high traffic rooms and large apartments. It also lacks carpet identification, so at times, it might dampen your carpet. One last shortcoming is that the U2 doesn’t resume cleaning after recharging. But all in all, it is a worthy robot vacuum if you are on a budget.
The Deebot U2 Pro was explicitly designed for homes with pets. It tags along with the innovative Pet Care Kit designed to handle pet hair effectively, even during your pets’ shedding season.
Besides the accessories, the U2 Pro has a larger 800ml bin, and a specialized silicone, bristle-free brush that won’t tangle even when dealing with long dog hair.
Regarding convenience, the U2 Pro is a smart robot vacuum that offers simple operation via the mobile app and voice assistants. It also boasts a larger 3200mAh battery, but it won’t resume cleaning after recharging.
Unfortunately, it is not ideal for carpets as it doesn’t have carpet identification, just like the base model, the U2. Besides, it doesn’t include the recharge and resume function and has a basic navigation and mapping system. Another shortcoming is that it doesn’t have digital boundaries, just like the U2, and instead, it uses physical markers.
The Deebot T5 may sound like a new model, but then, it’s just a rebranded Deebot 950. The difference between the 950 vs. T5 is the aesthetics, though negligibly. So, what does it offer?
Well, the T5 is ideal for cleaning homes with bare floors and low to medium pile carpets. It is still a 2-in-1 vacuum cleaner with OZMO mopping system, carpet identification, and a floating main brush.
It also does well when it comes to picking up pet hair and wiping messes such as urine stains. One of the unique features of the OZMO T5 is the optimized runtime. While it has the same 5200mAh battery that the T8 series has, it can last for up to 200 minutes in standard mode.
This model has auto-recharge and resume.
In terms of navigation and mapping, the T5 uses Smart Navi 3.0™ laser mapping and navigation, which supports multifloor mapping and digital boundaries. It is also a smart Deebot with WiFi for smart operation via the ECOVACS Home app or Alexa, among other voice assistants.
The Deebot T8 is one of the latest models from ECOVACS and packs almost all the bells and whistles from the Chinese brand. One of the biggest additions to this model is the compatibility with the revolutionary Deebot Auto-Empty Station.
The vacuum has been designed to handle bare floors and low to medium pile carpets. You can also rely on the T8 to handle pet messes such as pet hair and pet-related allergens courtesy of the three-layer high-efficiency filtration.
It boasts the same 3-stage cleaning system used in the previous models, but this time, it is compatible with OZMO Pro mopping technology. OZMO Pro technology is a revolutionary technology that leverages vibration to deal with the stubborn dirt, talk of stains, and grime.
When it comes to navigation and floor mapping, this model uses the latest technology, TrueMapping technology, based on DToF aerospace detection technology.
It also supports multi-floor mapping and virtual boundaries. The runtime is 180 minutes, and as a high-end model, it recharges and resumes cleaning automatically.
The T8 AIVI is ideal for cleaning all floor types, including carpets, as well as pet messes. Just like the base model. But then, this one incorporates AIVI™ technology, which delivers a deeper level of interaction and deeper cleaning than ever before. It enhances faster recognition by 200% and cuts down entanglement by 60%.
The AIVI technology also helps the robot to learn your ways and optimize how it cleans. Another awesome feature is the On-demand Live Video Stream, which you can take advantage of to monitor your home remotely.
Just like other Deebot robots in this review, the T8 AIVI is a 2-in-1 vacuum cleaner and is compatible with OZMO Pro technology together with the T8.
It also works with the Deebot Deebot Auto-Empty Station, so you won’t have to worry about bin emptying now and then.
ECOVACS Deebot Technologies
One of the reasons ECOVACS has managed to battle it out with the top brands such as Roomba, Neato, Roborock, and the rest is the huge investment in R&D. In this section, we are going to look at some of the technologies from the Chinese brand. Without further ado, let’s get into it.
1. Deebot 3-Stage Cleaning System
Like all other older Deebot robot vacuums, the new models are also based on a 3-stage cleaning system. In the first stage, the brushes sweep and loosen dirt. The dirt is then lifted in the second stage before it is sucked into the bin. This is what is called a 3-stage cleaning system.
Unlike Roombas, which come with a dual multisurface brush system, Deebot vacuums come with just one primary brush. But then, Deebots feature two side sweeping brushes on either side.
This is among the areas Deebots beat Roombas when it comes to the 3-stage cleaning technology.
2. How Powerful are Deebot Vacuums
One of the features that determine robot vacuums’ performance is the suction power, and here, the motor is the responsible component. While the suction power is an important aspect, you should also consider a model with adjustable suction levels for customized cleaning.
While most of the old Deebot models have one suction level, the newer models have adjustable speed levels.
- There is the standard mode used for light vacuuming on bare floors, such as hardwood and tile.
- There is also Max mode, which comes in handy when dealing with stubborn dirt on bare floors, and carpets
- And lastly, Max+ mode, which is for intense vacuuming.
The standard mode puts up 600pa, while Max mode and Max+ mode put up 1200pa and 1500pa, respectively. The Deebot 920 has two suction levels: standard and Max mode with automatic and manual adjustment options. The rest of the Deebot models in this review, the U2/U2 Pro, 937/930, T5, T8, and T8 AIVI, feature three suction levels. They all come with automatic and manual adjustments except for the 937/930, which has automatic suction adjustment only.
Deebot vacuums may not be the most powerful robots we have tested – Roomba S9 puts up 2200pa while the Roborocks yield up to 2500pa. But then, Deebots guarantee efficiency with what is known as a pressure-retention system, which optimizes energy efficiency and guarantees high vacuum pressure by preventing any suction loss under the robot vacuum.
3. Deebot Floating Brush 2.0
The brush system can be a deal maker or breaker in robot vacuums. The brush system is responsible for sweeping the path around the robot vacuum, directing dirt to the suction area, agitating dirt, and picking it up.
When it comes to the side sweeping brushes, all Deebots come with two brushes on either side. But for the primary brush, there is a difference between the models in this review.
Some models come with a floating brush 2.0, which boasts a new suspension design that allows it to penetrate cracks of up to 4mm deep. Unfortunately, this brush is not ideal for vacuuming long dog hair because of tangling. That’s why a newer brush has been introduced specifically for homes with pets.
This is the silicone, bristle-free brush for tangle-free cleaning. While all the other models in this review, Deebot T5, 937, 920, T8/T8 AIVI, and U2, come with a floating main brush, only the Deebot U2 Pro features the new tangle-free brush, and that’s why it is the best Deebot for pet hair.
Another critical addition to the Deebot family is the interchangeable intake. This is a feature that allows homeowners to remove the brush system to allow for unrestricted sucking. This is a great addition for pet owners who struggle with tangling.
Now, not all Deebot models have this feature. The interchangeable intake is available on the Deebot 920, T5, and 937. In the rest of the models, the main brush is fixed.
4. What is Deebot Carpet ID
You will agree with me that integrating a robot mop in a robot vacuum is a smart idea, but it’s not very smart in some old Deebot vacuums, which left carpeted areas wet. That’s the reason why ECOVACS introduced Carpet ID technology. This technology is available in the Deebot 920,937, T5, T8, and T8 AIVI.
Unfortunately, the Deebot U2 and U2 Pro don’t have this function.
Carpet ID uses Adaptive Floor Sensing (AFS) technology, which detects and avoids the carpeted areas. The earlier Deebot OZMO models that did not have Carpet ID were such a mess. Besides identifying carpets, Adaptive Floor Sensing detects the floor type and adjusts suction power automatically. That’s the reason the Deebot vacuums will automatically lower the suction level when on bare floors and low pile carpets and step up suction power on high pile carpets.
5. Deebot Filtration System
Deebots don’t just vacuum and mop; they also purify the air. If you have pets or allergies, you really need to ascertain which Deebot vacuum is best for you. You also need to find out the dust bin capacity that suits you best.
In this section, we will look at the type of filters Deebot vacuums use and, most importantly, the bin capacity on the models in this review.
In terms of filter choice, most of the old Deebot vacuums used high-performance filters, but high-efficiency filters were introduced in the later models. The former was not efficient in capturing the tiniest particles and allergens, but high-efficiency filters offer much better performance. But still, they are not up to the mark and can’t match the efficiency of true-HEPA filters.
All the new Deebot models come with a three-layer, high-efficiency filter which makes them more efficient, especially in homes with pets.
Next up is the bin type and capacity, and here, the differences are profound.
- The Deebot 920 and T5 come with a 430ml bin
- The 937 has a larger 470ml bin
- The T8 and T8 AIVI feature a 420ml bin
- The U2 and U2 Pro feature a 400ml bin and 800ml bin, respectively.
6. Deebot Self-Emptying Bin Technology
You will agree that emptying the bin is very tedious now that they stop cleaning when the bin is full. One of the latest innovations is automatic self-emptying, which iRobot pioneered. It empties the bin automatically so you won’t have to worry about the full bin notifications anymore. Several robot vacuum models, including Shark R101AE, Roomba i7+, and S9+, and now the ECOVACS T8 series come with this technology.
The ECOVACS Deebot self-emptying bin technology is available as an add-on compatible with the Deebot T8 and Deebot T8 AIVI models. The unit has been integrated with the charging dock. It automatically empties the dustbin into the larger disposable hypo-allergenic bag that locks in dust particles and allergens, a feature that makes it a great deal for allergy sufferers.
The larger dust bag in the Deebot Auto-Empty Station can hold up to 30 days of dirt, just like the iRobot CleanBase unit.
For the record, the new Deebot Self-Emptying Bin Technology is different from the self-emptying technology that we saw in the older Deebot R98. The R98 can empty the dust bin contents into the cordless canister vacuum cleaner while the T8/T8 AIVI empties the bin contents into the Deebot Auto-Empty Station.
7. Cleaning Modes
Robot vacuums come with different cleaning modes, each specialized for specific cleaning needs. Deebots, just like other top brands, have specialized their models with different cleaning modes. In this segment, we will discuss the popular cleaning modes, their suitability, and, most importantly, what each model in this review comes with.
- The first cleaning mode is Auto mode, and as the name suggests, this is for general cleaning. In this mode, the robot will clean every spot that it can access.
- The next is Area mode, and this allows homeowners to select specific areas they want to be cleaned on the visual map.
- Another cleaning mode is Custom mode, and it defines the areas that the robot should clean and where they shouldn’t clean.
- The other two modes are Spot mode for cleaning specific spots intensively and Edge cleaning for cleaning wall edges and the corners.
8. Battery Technology: Recharge and Resume
Deebots, just like all other robot vacuums, are autonomous courtesy of inbuilt rechargeable batteries. This segment explains the different battery technologies explored by the Chinese brands and the power management options available.
- The Deebot U2 comes with a Li-ion 2600mAh battery that lasts for 110 minutes and takes 270 minutes to recharge.
- As for the U2 Pro, ECOVACS included a Li-ion 3200mAh battery that can last it for 150 minutes and takes 330 minutes to recharge.
- On the other hand, the Deebot OZMO 920 and 937 have a Li-ion 3200mAh battery that lasts for 110 minutes and takes 330 minutes to recharge.
- On the other hand, the T5 has a 5200mAh battery that delivers up to 200 minutes runtime
- The T8 and the T8 AIVI, with the same 5200mah battery, have 180 minutes runtime.
The recharge time for the three vacuums is 360 minutes on average.
Besides the battery capacity and runtime, power management is also a concern. A good robot vacuum shouldn’t just have the ability to dock for recharge, it should also be able to resume cleaning after recharging. This is in case the battery went low before completing the cleaning session.
The U2 and U2 Pro will automatically recharge, but unfortunately, they won’t resume cleaning after that. But the rest of the Deebot models in this review will recharge and resume cleaning automatically.
9. Deebot OZMO vs. OZMO Pro
One of the outstanding features of ECOVACS is the integration of vacuuming and mopping in one unit. This is a feat top brands such as iRobot and Neato have failed to achieve. While there are so many other robot vacuum brands that offer 2-in-1 cleaning, Deebot is the industry-leader courtesy of their revolutionary OZMO mopping technology. In this segment, we want to dig deeper to find out why OZMO technology rules, and importantly, the difference between OZMO vs. OZMO Pro.
OZMO technology is basically an intelligent mopping system that leverages several technologies to ensure the robot mops floors efficiently. The OZMO system also removes 99% of bacteria according to a lab test done by a Japanese testing agency.
One of OZMO mopping technology’s integral components is the electronic water reservoir that releases just enough water to ensure your floors are wiped clean without leaving the floors very wet. You can control the watering level right from the APP. Another important component is the damp mopping pad that is attached below the vacuum. Just for the record, the mopping function is optional. In this Deebot comparison, all the models come with the mopping function, but one thing that sets the models apart is the water reservoir capacity.
While the models in this review have the electronic water reservoir, you should choose a model that has a large water tank to cater to your entire house.
- The OZMO U2 and OZMO U2 Pro come with a 300ml reservoir with a plate and mop, a capacity that allows you to mop up to 2000 sq ft.
- This is the same case for the Deebot OZMO 920 and 937, which also features a 300ml water reservoir
- The T5, T8, and T8 AIVI come with a 240ml water reservoir.
Well OZMO™ Pro system is an add-on accessory that enables the robot vacuum to deal with stubborn stains and is compatible with the OZMO T8, T8+, T8 AIVI. The system relies on an electrically powered high-frequency vibration that vibrates at 480 times a minute. It’s the vibration that agitates the stubborn stains, talk of pet urine stains, and other stains that arise from spills.
10. Magnetic Boundary Strip vs. Deebot Virtual Boundary™
One crucial consideration when choosing the best robot vacuum is containment. You want a robot vacuum that comes with a containment technology, and here, there are two options: virtual boundaries and physical markers.
The magnetic boundary strip is a physical marker that you can cut to any length and lay it on any area where you don’t want the Deebot vacuum to pass. While they are effective in containing the robot vacuum, it can be tedious to use them.
On the other hand, Deebot Virtual Boundary, as the name suggests, is a containment technology that allows users to set invisible barriers from the app.
The Deebot T5, 920, 937, T8, and T8 AIVI all come with Virtual Boundaries meaning you won’t have to fumble around with the physical markers. All you have to do is draw the boundaries on the visual map. However, the Deebot U2 and U2 Pro, while they may be new models, use physical markers and come with a 3m (9.8 ft.) roll.
11. SLAM vs. VSLAM Navigation
One of the crucial features that determine the performance of robot vacuums is the navigation system. Basically, there are two navigation systems that Deebot has exploited; SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) vs. Visual Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (vs. VSLAM). All the Deebot vacuums in this review use SLAM navigation.
Well, the difference between these two systems is the localization approach. SLAM systems use anti-drop sensors and obstacle detection sensors for localization. They send infrared beams to the walls and other landmarks, and when they bounce back, the software can determine its position in the house. On the other hand, VSLAM systems combine sensors and realtime camera imaging for localization. Over the years, ECOVACS has improved the navigation system, and today, there are several technologies, including Smart Navi, Smart Navi 2.0, SmartNavi 3.0, and TrueDetect 3D Technology.
- The Deebot U2 and U2 Pro come with Stair Safety Technology and Obstacle Detection Technology for navigation. The former prevents it from falling on the stairs while the latter is for avoiding obstacles. Unfortunately, these two are basic technologies that don’t guarantee accuracy in high traffic rooms.
- The Deebot 920, 937, and T5, on the other hand, use Smart Navi™ 3.0 Mapping and Navigation Technology, which allows the robot vacuum to map your home and create optimal cleaning routes.
- For those with high-traffic rooms and large apartments, the Deebot T8 and T8 AIVI will be the best as they deploy the state-of-the-art TrueDetect 3D obstacle detection and avoidance technology, which detects obstacles from a distance of 4.5 to 30 cm, thus obtaining high-precision resolution and depth information. However, the T8 AIVI is much advanced as it has a 2X faster identification speed, 60% entanglement rate reduction, and 200% faster recognition speed.
12. Deebot TrueMapping and Multifloor Mapping
Besides navigation, floor mapping is also a crucial aspect as it dictates the path that the robot vacuum takes in cleaning. This, in turn, determines whether the Deebot vacuum will clean the entire floor or some spots will be skipped.
- The Deebot U2 and U2 Pro move in a back-and-forth pattern, and while this ensures every spot is cleaned, it’s not the best floor mapping method, especially in large apartments.
- Next up is the OZMO 920, 937, and T5, which use advanced Smart NAVI floor mapping. The duo cleans in a methodical pattern and has multi-floor mapping, meaning they can scan and store multiple maps of your home’s different floor levels. The robots intelligently customize their cleaning, depending on the map they detect. You can also use the generated map to assign cleaning tasks, select where to clean, monitor the robot’s realtime position, ascertain floor coverage, and cleaning status, or create virtual boundaries.
- As for the T8 AIVI, it is much more intelligent and maps your home with 4x accuracy courtesy of AIVI all-new TrueMapping. It deploys dToF Laser Detection, which has four-fold precision in object detection. Like the predecessor, the T8 AIVI can scan and save your home’s multiple floor plans.
13. Deebot Remote Control Options
The final technology in this review is the remote control options. While all Deebot vacuums have buttons on the interface, you definitely want the convenience of remote operation. Several technologies have been explored here, as discussed below.
The first remote control option is a physical IR remote controller that you can use to operate the robot from 13ft away. But then, IR remotes are a thing of the past, and that’s why none of the robot vacuums in this review comes with one.
The next remote control option is the smartphone app. You can control Deebot robot vacuums from your smartphone via the ECOVACS HOME App as long as the robot vacuum is connected to WiFi. On the app, you can access the interactive maps, control aspects such as water flow during mopping, set digital boundaries, name the different rooms, access custom cleaning mode, and schedule the robot vacuum. The app is available for both Android and iOS devices. All the robot vacuums in this review, Deebot U2, U2 Pro, 920,937, T5, T8, and T8 AIVI, come with WiFi and support smartphone app operation.
Another remote operation platform is voice assistant, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa comes to mind. These platforms allow you to give commands to your robot vacuum. You can tell your Deebot to start cleaning or dock without lifting a finger. All the robot vacuums in this review come with WiFi and can sync with voice assistants.
Voice Reporting is not a remote control option but an interactive troubleshooting feature. When the robot vacuum detects a problem, it will stop working, and besides the START/PAUSE key flashing, it will announce the problem with a voice report. This feature is available on all the Deebot vacuums in this review.
14. What is Deebot On-Demand Live Video?
The Ecovacs On-Demand Live Video is a pretty cool technology that enables homeowners to monitor their homes remotely.
It is not in any way associated with cleaning performance, but it’s a cool way to monitor your pets, and check whether every spot has been cleaned. It’s also a security add-on that lets you check whether the windows and doors are closed, and everything is in order.
The Deebot On-Demand Live Video is a feature that is available in the new Deebot T8 AIVI.
Summary: Which is the Best Deebot in 2020?
Now, we have come to the end of this Deebot 2020 comparison review. Now, it’s time to declare, which is the best Deebot in 2020? Without mincing words, debate on the best Deebot is between Deebot T8 vs. T8 AIVI, and it’s with no doubt that the latter takes the crown. While the two models share a lot in common, the addition of AIVI Technology in the T8 AIVI makes it the ultimate Deebot that can take on the other top robot vacuums in the market, talk of Roomba S9+, Roborock S6 MaxV, Neato D10, and the rest.
While the T8 AIVI is our choice for the best vacuum in this Deebot comparison review, it might be too expensive for most buyers. If you are on a budget, you can still consider the older models, talk of the T5, which is the same as the Deebot 950, or the Deebot 920. For those on a tight budget, the U2 and U2 Pro are also sweet spots. The good thing is that all these models are 2-in-1 vacuum cleaners with OZMO mopping technology.