iHome AutoVac Eclipse
Release DateOctober 1, 2020
Dimensions10″ x 10″ x 2″
Weight9.46 lbs
Suction Power2,000 Pa
Surface Typeswood/tile/laminate floors & low-pile carpets
Power Modesstandard, economy, HyperDrive
CompatibilityAmazon Alexa, Google Assistant, app, remote
Battery Typelithium ion

What is in the box?

  • Robot vacuum
  • Side brushes (2)
  • Extra brush
  • Brush maintenance tool
  • Dustbin
  • HEPA filter
  • Boundary strip
  • Charging base
  • AC adapter
  • Remote control

iHome AutoVac Eclipse

This is a robot vacuum-mop hybrid. After you go through the hassle of its complicated setup, it maps your home for efficient cleaning routes. It gets better each time it maps, and it tries its best not to collide with things while trying to stay quiet. It can vacuum and mop at the same time instead of doing one after the other. Please note that the water tank is sold separately.

There are three power modes:

  • Standard
  • Economy
  • HyperDrive

With the Eclipse, you can expect to pick up pet hair, dirt, and dust. Its 3-stage cleaning is led by the wide main brush. The suction is quite good, and it may even be too good to the point that it tries vacuuming your belongings, so take heed by removing as many little obstacles out of its way before deployment.

The Eclipse adjusts its settings automatically depending on the type of surface it encounters. It is suitable for wood, tile, and laminate floors as well as low-pile carpets. It automatically increases suction by 20% when it encounters a carpet. It can also transition between a floor and a carpet if there is a height difference. When done with a cleaning, the bot docks itself.

You can control the Eclipse using your smartphone and tablet if you download the iHome Clean app from the Google Play store or Apple store. Alexa and Assistant are compatible too.


After going through the complicated setup, the Eclipse’s suction is impressive but may get too aggressive.

  • Good suction
  • Complicated setup



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