Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

  update time:2023-12-21 04:18:34  

The Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 is an entry-level robot vacuum that has not just vacuuming features but mopping features, it’s all in the name. At a glance, the Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 has a suction power of 2,700Pa, pressurized mopping system, smart interactive features with the Xiaomi Home app, and up to 110-minute battery life. Priced at RM1,099, is the robot vacuum good enough for clean, squeaky floors, or does it just do the bare minimum in keeping your floor dust-free?

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 – Specs

Product Dimensions Main Unit –
Charging Dock – 130×126×93mm
Colours White
Product Net Weight 3.6KG
Wireless Connection Wi-FilEEE 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz
Rated Voltage 14.4V
Rated Power 40W
Dustbin Capacity 550ml
Water Tank 250ml
Battery 2900mAh (rated capacity)/3200mAh (nominal capacity)

What’s In The Box?

  • Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2
  • Charging Dock
  • Cleaning tool
  • Power cable
  • Water tank
  • Mop pad
  • Side brush
  • User Manual


The Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 comes only in white, along with a charging dock matching in colour. Black would’ve been a sleeker colour, but I’m guessing the black colour option is reserved for the higher end models. Regardless, the robot vacuum still looks good in white, and it has the standard round design that most robot vacuums have, instead of the square design.

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

On the top, you’ll find the on/off button and home button, along with the visual navigation sensor. Pulling up the top lid, that’s where you’ll gain access to the removable dust box, together with the mini reset button and Wi-Fi LED indicator. On the bottom, that’s where the 250ml water tank is for mopping, as well as the 0.1mm fibre main brush, and single side brush.

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

Nothing much to shout about the design, really. It looks about the same as any standard robot vacuum out there. But, there’s something about the curved edges of the robot that makes it look like a Xiaomi-made robot vacuum.



Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

Having a 2,700Pa 4-speed suction power, the Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 does a decent job of getting the floor somewhat dust-free. If you have a larger house, you can of course lower down the suction power to cover larger areas of the house. The suction power is adequate to suck up dust and particles along its path, but not strong enough to suck up particles in front of it.

That’s where the single side brush comes in, as it works to brush up the dirt from the edges of the wall towards the vacuum so it can be sucked up. But, because the robot vacuum usually only does one sweep, if the dirt doesn’t brushed up, then it’ll be left behind as all its other dust brethren get absorbed into Xiaomi Valhalla.

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

Apart from that, the Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 does a good job in keeping the main parts of the floor (the areas you usually step on) clean and free of dust. The largest particle it would have to deal with in my home are pet hair clumps and cat litter, and it sucks up those up just nicely. When traveling on carpet, it would know to automatically kick the motor up a notch and go into strong or turbo mode for a deeper clean.


Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

The Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 has a removable water tank, and it can fill up to 250ml of water, which is a 50ml upgrade compared to its predecessor model. But, having a water tank doesn’t necessarily mean it will do a good job at mopping the floor. From my testing, the pressurized mopping module doesn’t mop that well.

Instead, what it does is it presses the water tank and mop pad downwards to “wipe” the floor instead. Higher end models would have a mechanized or vibrating system where the entire water tank moves in a back and forth direction to actually simulate the “mopping” action. The pressurized mopping module is a good idea from Xiaomi, just lacking in execution for it to excel in the mopping department.

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

Do note that you can also tweak how much water you want the Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 to release when it’s mopping. Ranging from low, to medium and high, you should add only water to the tank, and cleaning agents aren’t recommended. For daily cleaning, the mopping feature should suffice, but for a better clean, it’s recommended you do the manual mopping every once a week yourself. Sometimes, if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself, am I right? *insert Thanos’ Fine, I’ll do it myself meme*


Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Review

My house doesn’t have any slopes for it to climb, but I’m sure it can handle slopes below 2cm with no problems at all. The motor on the wheels are actually pretty strong, more on that later in the sensor section. As for those hard to reach areas under furnitures, as long as the depth is lower than 9cm, the robot should be able to reach under there with no issues at all.

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