Wyze Robot Vacuum hands-on: Great price and features, too dumb for my house
I had high expectations for the $250 sweeper, several issues make it difficult to cherish.
At the point when a robot vacuum functions admirably, it’s a wonderful thing. At the point when it doesn’t, it’s interesting, at that point miserable, at that point baffling. Take the Wyze Robot Vacuum, which in my tests flopped pitiably at one key errand: Returning to its charging dock. It would gradually make its methodology, turn 180 degrees to cozy its two charging plates against the dock – and not exactly arrive. At that point it would roll away for another endeavor. After a couple of more ineffective attempts, it would come in at a point, as though befuddled about where the dock really was.
The Wyze Robot Vacuum ($250 in addition to delivery at Wyze, $268 dispatched at Amazon) likewise showed an uncanny skill for stalling out under furnishings - regardless of a lidar-controlled direction framework that, in principle, should hold it back from wandering into such low-threw puts in any case.
No doubt about it, I truly needed to like this sweeper. Wyze has an incredible history with keen home and different gadgets; I'm a major aficionado of the $20 Wyze Cam v2, $30 Wyze Doorbell and shockingly great $50 Wyze Headphones. Be that as it may, there have been a couple of failures to discharge, including the $25 Wyze Band and now, sadly, the Wyze Robot Vacuum.