My name is Hongfei and I’m the Product Manager for Wyze Robot Vacuum. We are working on bringing more exciting features to our current Wyze Robot Vacuum! In the meanwhile, we would love to hear more from you to help us better verify user needs and improve the experience.
If you have a moment to spare, please help us fill out a short survey. The survey will take 3 minutes or less to complete. Thank you!
I would absolutely love to to test out a mopping feature. I recently bought a house and buying a mop robot has been on my to do list. I have a large kitchen with a laminate floor as well as a large living room/dining room hard wood floor that is constantly getting dirty from my kids.
If chosen to test it out, I would give extensive feedback and recommendations.
I still don’t see an app option to turn off the “edge sensor”. As countless other Wyze robot vacuum users with single story homes have suggested, turning it off would be great. Instead, all of us are taping temporary stuff over the sensors to disable it manually.
The vac needs to report when it gets stuck or has some other malfunction. I’ve had mine choke on some loose fabric or shoelace and then gracelessly run out of charge and die without letting me know there’s a problem.
Hey Spam. If you had carpets with black colored areas you’d know. Black makes the Wyze bot think that there is a drop-off where none exists. The stuff taped to the bottom of the sensors tricks the robot by not allowing it to see black (or drop-offs) for that matter.