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The yeedi vac 2 pro robot vacuum makes keeping your house clean effortless


Back in the day if you heard that someone owned a robot vacuum cleaner, you’d probably think that person was rich. These days, robot vacuum cleaners have become a lot more accessible, and at the same time, many of them are also getting a lot smarter than they were back in the day.

This is thanks to technology becoming more readily available, like AI, object detection, and more. If you’re in the market for a new robot vacuum cleaner and you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by the options, then perhaps we could help simplify your choice by offering you a look at the yeedi vac 2 pro, and why it might be worthy of your consideration (and wallet).

Oscillating mopping system

One of the highlights of the vac 2 pro would be its mopping system. There are many robot vacuum cleaners out there that also offer a mopping system, but for the most part, a lot of these “mops” are essentially a damp cloth attached to a water tank that releases water periodically.

This means that what they do is that as the robot moves around your house and sweeps, it drags the damp cloth behind it, wiping down the floor as it goes. For the most part, it’s fine, but obviously, it lacks the elbow grease from if you were to mop the floor by yourself manually.

With the vac 2 pro, yeedi has equipped the robot with an oscillating mopping system. The company has designed it in such a way that it helps to mimic a human’s hand movements while mopping. This means that instead of just a damp fabric being dragged across the floor, it actually scrubs the floor as the robot moves, which in turn can help get rid of stubborn stains while offering a deeper clean.

According to yeedi, the oscillating mopping system is capable of vibrating 480 times per minute which is 5x faster than most robot vacuums.

Of course, given that this is still a vacuum cleaner at its core, the vac 2 pro is more than capable of getting the job done with 3,000Pa of suction power.

3D obstacle avoidance

With some older robot vacuum cleaner models, you might actually need to do a little bit of your own housework first before setting it loose. This means that you’ll need to pick things off the floor so that the robot doesn’t run into it or trip over it.

With the vac 2 pro, it comes with 3D obstacle avoidance thanks to the use of a “3D Structured Light” sensor that can sense objects around it and in the environment. This lets the robot react quickly, like if your pet were to suddenly walk in front of it, and also work around objects like the leg of a table or chair.

yeedi claims that the tech being used is similar to the one Apple uses for its Face ID facial recognition system, and not only can it detect objects, but it can measure it, like its length, height, and width, so that it can detect which objects it can avoid and which it can clean around.

Virtual mapping and surface detection technology

yeedi has built-in floor sensors into the vac 2 pro. This allows the robot vacuum to help map out your entire home, so that in the future, users will have better control over where the robot can clean, so if there’s an area or room in your house that needs some extra cleaning, the mapping tech will help the vac 2 pro find out where it needs to go and where it needs to clean.

In addition, the sensors in the vac 2 pro can also detect the surface that it is cleaning. Since a lot of homes have a mixture of surface materials like tiles, marble, wood, concrete, or carpet, the surface detection tech can help the vac 2 pro know what it’s working on. So for example, if you’ve deployed mopping mode, when the vac 2 pro rolls onto a carpeted surface, it will pause the mopping so that you don’t end up with a wet carpet.

With its carpet sensor, yeedi precisely detects the carpet and avoids touching it in mopping mode.  If your carpet is blocking the entrance of a room, the robot may not travel to that room when mopping. In this case, you may need to manually move the robot into that room. 

Long-lasting battery life

If you happen to have a big home, sometimes a robot vacuum’s built-in battery might not be big enough to sustain and it might need to recharge before it can get the job done. With the vac 2 pro, yeedi has included a 5200mAh battery that will allow the robot to work for a whopping 240 minutes. The battery is now double the size of the 2600 mAh battery included in the yeedi vac 2

This is actually pretty long compared to some of the other robot vacuum cleaners we’ve seen out there, so if you have a big home or if you just want the vac 2 pro to go over your home again in the same run, it will have enough battery to do so.


So if you want a robot vacuum cleaner that not only vacuums but does a great job at mopping while boasting a long-lasting battery, it’s hard to not consider the yeedi vac 2 pro. Plus, the robot vacuum supports smart features like digital assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant, and the company is also running a trade-in program.

If you happen to be using a different robot vacuum and you think that the Vac 2 Pro would be a good upgrade, you can actually trade-in your old robot vacuum (if it’s eligible) and receive credit that you can use to offset the price of the vac 2 pro. In addition, yeedi launched its swap repair program, allowing customers to swap for a new unit instead of repairing it within the warranty period. Yeedi has also made it incredibly easy for its users to upgrade their old yeedi models to vac 2 series. Starting from May 2022, whatever yeedi model you have, you can easily trade in it for credit toward the purchase of yeedi vac 2 series.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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