Consider it or not, robotic vacuums don’t suck anymore. They’re highly effective, clever, and effectively definitely worth the effort of dumping out a mud bin each few days. However you’ll be able to’t say the identical for robotic mops. They require a ton of upkeep, and admittedly, that upkeep isn’t definitely worth the half-baked “mopping” job you find yourself with. Roborock has an answer, although, and it’s monumental.
I’m talking actually, by the way in which. Proven at CES 2022, the Roborock S7 MaxV Extremely is a giant big robotic that lives inside an enormous, ridiculous charging station. It makes use of this monumental charging station to automate the extra annoying components of proudly owning a robotic mop—refilling the robotic’s water tank and cleansing its mop heads.
Roborock claims that the S7 MaxV Extremely makes use of superior VibraRise expertise to successfully scrub dust off your flooring, and all that jazz. I assume that, like different robotic mops, it’ll solely deal with spills and floor stains. However that fundamental cleansing motion is completely acceptable in a product that cleans itself and refills its personal tank, two duties that make different robotic mops annoying to make use of.
After all, the S7 MaxV Extremely isn’t only a mop. It’s additionally a robust robotic vacuum with room-mapping applied sciences and a 5100pa suction worth (that’s not sufficient for deep cleansing, however its nice for every day cleansing). The charging station can maintain seven weeks’ value of mud, which I discover sort of onerous to consider as a pet proprietor, and oddly sufficient, the vacuum can determine completely different flooring varieties and regulate its cleansing motion accordingly.
Roborock hasn’t introduced pricing for the S7 MaxV Extremely, although it’s a part of the corporate’s new mid-range Q sequence, so it shouldn’t value too a lot. Additionally, Roborock says the vacuum will go on sale in Q2 of this yr (so, April on the earliest).