expired Xiaomi Roborock Xiaowa Lite Robot Vacuum Cleaner $246.57 US (~$326.89 AUD) Delivered @ GeekBuying


This is a considerably cheaper robot vacuum by Xiaomi. It doesn't boast the same suction power as the others, but the price is right for a brand with a fairly good track record when it comes to robot vacs. The only downside is that it doesn't appear to "map" a room. Instead it just rolls around randomly. Gearbest has the same model for over $300USD. This is a pre-order price, be aware that Geekbuying won't be shipping them out for another 27 days. Full specs below.

Battery: 14.4V / 2600mAh lithium battery
Wireless connection: Wi-Fi smart fast link
Rated voltage: 14.4V
Rated power: 50W
Working time: 2.5H
Maz Suction: 1600Pa
Dust Bin:640ml
Charging Dock
Power: 42W
Input Voltage: 100~240V
Output: 20V - 1.8A
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Product Weight:3kg
Product Dimensions: 353x350x90.5mm
Package Weight:5.8kg
Package Dimensions:450x400x140mm

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    Min shipping cost is $60.58USD so I have included that in the price.

  • +7 votes

    Why would you get this over a first gen with mapping ~$330?


      Where can you get the first gen for ~Au$330?
      Cheapest I'm seeing is about $370 and haven't seen $330 for a few months.

  • +4 votes

    The First one is great. I'm running it to clean the house now. Amazing.


      Does gen 1 have mapping and virtual walls?

      Can it do spot cleaning or scheduling?

      How is the noise is it noticeable?

      I know this is very case by case basis but how often do you have to empty the dustbin? Once a full run? Twice? Every few runs?

      Will probably grab a gen 2 just for the benefits but if money gets tight might grab two gen 1's instead for my own place and a friends/familys.


        gen 1 has mapping (unsure about virtual walls)

        I does spot clean (press and hold home button), or you can map specify an area on the map if you are connected to mainland china server (some of the app is in chinese with that)

        it also has scheduling.

        noise: ours cleans downstairs in quiet mode at 3am every night. the first few nights I heard it vacuuming, but now I sleep through it.

        we empty to bin when it only vacuums downstairs every few days.. but when we put the vacuum upstairs we usually run it twice up there, and empty the bin after each time
        we do have a cat, so there is a bit of cat hair.

  • +1 vote

    I don't see the point of this version.
    Overpriced for no mapping


    $150 would be more realistic given its disadvantages over the first gen Mi.


    Geekbuying's description says

    There are 10 sensors available to identify the various obstacles and avoid them, but also to recognize the stairs and therefore do not fall not empty. The small laser turret allows you to map the room you are cleaning , thus ensuring also the cleaning of the perimeter of the walls continuing according to its own cleaning algorithm with the rest of the surface.

    The multiple models are confusing though, as this review says there are two versions of the Xiaowa (excluding possible differences between the domestic and international variations): A "Lite" version and a "Route Planning" version.

  • +1 vote

    Uhh so which is better gen 1 xiaomi that nearly most people have or this.. Even if you save say 20-40 bucks that's negligible at this price point really.

    My money is on gen 1 being overall better but I haven't done my homework yet literally just heard about this model right now.