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ECOVACS DEEBOT X2 OMNI: Angular premium vacuum robot announced!

ECOVACS presented the DEEBOT X2 OMNI today as part of a major launch event. With the new premium vacuum robot, ECOVACS is opening a new chapter, because instead of the classic round design, this ECOVACS vacuum robot has a square shape for the first time!


When ECOVQACS announced a huge product presentation a few days ago, one could already guess that the company's new top vacuum robot would play a role.

As the successor to the ECOVACS DEEBOT X1 OMNI (our test) the DEEBOT X2 OMNI has interesting innovations that make the cleaning experience and results a little bit better.

ECOVACS DEEBOT X2 OMNI vacuum robot is in station

New look for the vacuum robot and its OMNI station.

Slim, square design for better cleaning around corners & edges

The biggest innovation is the angular housing shape of the vacuum robot, with which ECOVACS promises better corner and edge cleaning. The usually round models have a hard time especially in corners and cannot reach every corner even with their rotating side brush. With its angular shape, the vacuum robot should now be able to drive deeper into the corner and thus remove the dirt even better with the side brush.

The new shape also brings other benefits. ECOVACS was able to shrink the housing to a height of 9,5 millimeters, so that the vacuum robot can drive under most beds and sofas.

Strong 8.00 pascal suction power

The suction power of ECOVACS also knows no limits and has been increased to up to 8.000 pascals. Even the current top model from Roborock, the S8 Pro Ultra (6.000 Pascal), does not achieve such a value. It is widely known that high suction power does not necessarily mean a good cleaning result. ECOVACS has therefore lengthened the main brush so that cleaning is 19% more efficient than with the X1 OMNI.

ECOVACS DEEBOT X2 OMNI drives over a doorstep

The DEEBOT X2 OMNI drives over door thresholds up to 2,2 centimeters high.

In addition to vacuuming, the X2 OMNI can also mop. To keep carpets dry, he raises his mops by 15 millimeters. With this, ECOVACS has also reacted to a criticism of the DEEBOT T20 OMNI, which only raises its mops by 9 millimeters, which can become an obstacle with deep-pile carpets.

Intelligent navigation

The AIVI camera system, which is used here in the current version 2.0, was taken over from the predecessor. This turns the vacuum robot into a surveillance camera on wheels. Using the ECOVACS app, users can call up a live image of their apartment from anywhere. The function is useful, for example, to look after the pets or whether you really haven't forgotten to turn off the stove. The AIVI system is also equipped with a microphone and speakers, enabling two-way communication.


It automatically lifts the mops at the edge of the carpet.

The TrueMapping technology has also undergone an upgrade and is now presented in the improved version 3.0. With this advancement, the X2 OMNI can map more efficiently, navigate more precisely, and skilfully avoid obstacles.

Furthermore, the language assistant YIKO was integrated into the device. With YIKO 2.0, the vacuum robot can receive a wide range of voice commands, which allows operation without any manual intervention.

All-in-one OMNI station

The DEEBOT X2 OMNI also includes the familiar OMNI Station. An innovation is the hot water mop cleaning, which ECOVACS introduced for the first time with the DEEBOT T20 OMNI. Thanks to the technology, the mops are cleaned with hot water at 55°C, which effectively removes oily dirt from the mop fibers in particular.


With his AIVI camera, he keeps an eye on everything.

Additional features are the hot air drying of the mops and the automatic emptying of the dust container into a HEPA dust bag.

Comparison with other ECOVACS models

suction 8000 Pa 5000 Pa 6000 Pa
floor brush Pure rubber roller Rubber roller with bristles Pure rubber roller
dust container (robot) 420ml 350ml 300ml
water tank (robot) 180ml 80ml no
dust container (station) 4 L 4 L 4 L
dust container (station) 3 L 3 L 3 L
Lifting function of the mops Yes (15 mm) No Yes (9 mm)
hot air drying Ja No Ja
mop cleaning yes (hot water) Ja yes (hot water)
true mapping True Mapping 3.0 True Mapping 2.0 True Mapping 2.0
Battery 6200 mAh 5200 mAh 5200 mAh
Runtime about 210 Min about 260 Min about 260 Min
charging time about 5,5 hours about 6,5 hours about 6,5 hours
Size 35,3 x 32,0 x 9,5 cm 35,3 x 35,3 x 10,33 cm 36,2 x 36,2 x 10,35 cm
Weight 5 kg 3,7 kg 3,7 kg

Price and availability

The DEEBOT X2 OMNI will be presented to the trade fair audience at the IFA in Berlin (September 01st - 05th).

ECOVACS has not yet commented on the exact start of sales and price. We assume that the vacuum robot will be available by mid-September at the latest.


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  1. Julian

    3. September 2023 15 to: 03

    Looks great. Thank you for the nice report. The comparisons and additional comments were useful and went beyond just rehashing the press release.

    As well as comparing it to the T20 Omni, I'm wondering how the 15mm mop lift compares to the Roborock mop lift of the S7 and S8 Max. I never considered the Omni X1 because my next robot was going to have a mop lift for my mixed carpet and hard floor apartment, but I was also somewhat put off by criticism that the Roborocks didn't lift their mops high enough to avoid them still brushing the top of some carpets and rugs.

    The Omni X2 could be my next robot replacing my Ecovacs T8 AIVI.

    • Timo admin

      4. September 2023 10 to: 32

      Hi Julian,

      the mop lift function is generally very useful. However, it shows its limits on high-pile carpets, as 9 millimeters are not always enough. The situation improves with an increase of 15 millimeters, but depending on the carpet height this can still be a problem. For example, the 9 millimeters of the T20 OMNI are just enough for my IKEA VINDUM carpet, which is in my apartment.

      If you have any further questions, please let us know. 🙂

  2. Hilda Maria Schneider

    3. September 2023 16 to: 48

    Thank you very much for the report. I am currently looking for a successor for my Roborock S7 Max V ultra, with which I am not at all satisfied in terms of the post-cleaning of the cleaning station - the mop stood in the dirty water, which was no longer sucked off because it was clogged, except for the filter, nothing can be removed for cleaning , this is also made more difficult by the many corners and edges inside. This is an important point for me because I don't want to spend an inordinate amount of time on this complicated post-cleaning process. Now the question, what about the above model? In this regard, the new Dreame L20 seems to me to be the most suitable?! thank you for the answer

  3. Timo admin

    4. September 2023 10 to: 24

    Hello Hilda-Maria,

    With the X2 OMNI, the dirt tray can be removed from the station, similar to the L20 Ultra. With the L20 Ultra, the coarse dirt stays in the tub, but further dried dirt collects directly underneath. I can't tell you at this point in time whether this phenomenon also occurs with the X2 OMNI, as I haven't received the device yet. However, I expect it shortly and will then carry out appropriate tests.

    If you have any further questions, please let us know. 🙂

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