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Fall into better cleaning with Roborock’s brand-new vacuums
While it feels like we’ve been living in the movie Groundhog Day for the past six months, fall is finally here. With fall comes the return of football season, Halloween, and falling leaves that seem to always find their way into your house. Nobody wants to spend part of every day cleaning up after the seasonal debris, but that’s where Roborock comes in.
The well-known robot vacuum manufacturer is back with new offerings, and not a moment too soon. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your current robotic vacuum or pick up a handheld for hard to reach places, Roborock has an option for you. We’ll dig into the three new options — the S6 MaxV, S5 Max, and the H6 Adapt — and hopefully, help you clean up for the coming season.
Roborock S6 MaxV — The new flagship in town
If you’re searching for the latest and greatest, you’ll be hard-pressed to top Roborock’s S6 MaxV. It’s a true cleaning flagship thanks to its twin cameras and proprietary ReactiveAI technology. The S6 MaxV embodies Daft Punk’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger, and not just because it’s a robot.
At its heart, you’ll find a powerful Snapdragon processor that fuels Roborock’s intelligent obstacle recognition and avoidance. All of the S6 MaxV’s intelligence traces back to the pair of cameras that we can’t help but see as eyes. They constantly scan for both known and unknown obstacles, cleverly avoiding objects as small as two inches wide.
See also: Roborock S6 MaxV review
The S6 MaxV also features the most powerful fan ever found in a Roborock machine It’s capable of 2,500Pa max suction, 180 minutes of runtime, and 2,580 square feet of cleaning on a single charge. The 297mL SnapMop system can cover over 2,000 feet in its own right for a maximum clean.
We could probably go on all day about the Roborock S6 MaxV, but maybe you should check out the button below for yourself:
Roborock S5 Max — Much more than a mop
Another hallmark of fall is the inescapable mud. It comes in on shoes, on paws, and even when you least expect it. Luckily, the Roborock S5 Max is built to vacuum and mop up even the largest of messes. Thanks to its 290mL water tank, the S5 Max can cover up to 2,600 feet in a single charge.
See also: Roborock S5 Max review
The secret behind the S5 Max’s mopping prowess is found in the ultra-precise peristaltic pump. It’s the same pump used in IV drips, and you can control every drop of water right from the app on your phone. If you’re cleaning stone, the water will flow low and slow, but you can expect maximum power for dirty, grimy kitchens.
A lesser robot vacuum cleaner might struggle to identify hard surfaces and carpets, but not the Roborock S5 Max. You can designate no-go zones and exert total control over which rooms are cleaned and when. With three hours of battery life and a smart top-up feature, you can probably kiss your old mop goodbye.
Learn more about this mopping maestro at the button below:
Roborock H6 Adapt — Where no Roborock has gone before
There’s no denying that Roborock offers an impressive arsenal of robot vacuums, but what if you have dust and dirt high above the ground? You could use a duster, but that just pushes dirt around. On the other hand, you could be ready for any situation with the all-new cordless H6 Adapt.
It won’t control itself, but the H6 Adapt boasts up to 90 minutes of runtime in Eco mode. The H6 Adapt weighs in at just three pounds, so you should have no problem hoisting it above your head for hard-to-reach places. It’s easy to empty between uses, and the powerful 420W motor packs the power to draw in particles and allergens from just about anywhere.
The Roborock H6 Adapt is as easy to use as you’ll find, with a handy locking feature and a bright OLED display for status updates. You can mount the vacuum and all of its detachable brushes on the wall, and every piece is washable for an even longer overall vacuum lifespan.
Don’t take our word for it, check out the new H6 Adapt at the button below: