The roborock s7 maxv ultra review accomplishes both chores quite well, along with just much everything you could ask for. Hybrid vacuum and mopping robots are the next frontier in robot vacuum technology. Many prior models were only average at both duties. It cleans its own mop pad, replenishes the onboard tank, and mop floors with water or floor cleaner before dumping its own waste into a self-emptying dock.
There is a live view camera on the S7 MaxV Ultra as well. The S7 MaxV Ultra from Roborock includes almost all of the features we‘ve seen on top-tier robot vacuums. But do all these features combine to create a machine that can compete with the greatest robot vacuums now on the market? To learn more, see our roborock s7 maxv ultra review .
Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra review: Design
I can’t lie, but I enjoy large docks. The Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra dock, however, is enormous. This could possibly serve as a loading dock for the Millenium Falcon. Three distinct removable containers are located at the top of the 16.5-inch-high dock. One for the trash bag, one for the clean water, and one for the dirty water.
The entrance ramp, which needs to be joined to the dock in order for the S7 MaxV to make its way home, increases the dock’s overall size. The dock’s size is 19.4 inches by 16.5 inches, but that slope takes up a lot of room despite being practical.
A stylish robot, the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra is covered in matte black with red accents on the corners. Up top, there are three physical buttons for power, docking, and spot cleaning. When the spot clean button is pressed and held down, child lock mode is activated, which prevents the bot from reacting to button inputs until it is turned off. From the app, you may enable and disable the child lock as well.
Similar to its sister, the Roborock S6 MaxV, the S7 MaxV Ultra features two cameras mounted on the front side of the robot. Using AI object recognition, it can detect anything like shoes or electrical lines that could obstruct cleaning. Additionally, it will recognize pet waste, the bane of all robot vacuums. While Roborock doesn’t provide a cutesy P.O.O.P guarantee like iRobot offers with the Roomba j7+, it did avoid and identify as an obstacle a pile of fake dog feces on the floor, even if it mistook it for fabric.
A tri-spoke side brush with rubber bristles and a rubber brush roll are located on the underside of the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra. The mopping features of the bot are made possible by a microfiber mopping pad and plastic plate that snap onto the bot’s lower half.
Roborock s7 Maxv Ultra review: Price and availability
Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra review: Vacuuming performance
Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra review: Mopping performance
The roborock s7 maxv ultra review is that appears to be a typical hybrid robot vacuum and mop at first glance. But despite appearances, this robot is intelligent. On the S7 MaxV Ultra, Roborock used its VibraRise mopping, which accomplishes two things:
In order to provide the microfiber pad a proper scrubbing motion, the mopping plate is first audibly vibrated. When carpet is identified, the mopping plate is then physically raised by 5 millimeters. The fact that it actually works is the finest part. I was impressed when Roborock originally debuted this feature on the original S7. Despite the company’s claim that it cannot be used with carpets that are thicker than 4 millimeters, the app thankfully supports no-mop zones. Where no-mop zones need to be placed may be easily seen because the bot also recognizes carpet and displays it in the app.
The self-cleaning Empty Wash Fill Dock was a plus to that mess. A little bristle brush within the dock cleans the microfiber pad by moving back and forth underneath it and spraying new water when the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra starts or stops cleaning or senses that its microfiber pad is filthy.
While clean water is used to rinse the pad and top off the robot’s internal water tank, the dirty water from this cleaning is removed and sucked into the dirty water bin. The robot exits the dock, spins around 180 degrees, and docks itself for charging and dust removal after the pad has been rinsed at the conclusion of a cleaning run. It’s pretty clever.
The roborock s7 maxv ultra review performs numerous tasks. It cleans itself, vacuums, mop, identifies rugs, and even lets you check in on your pets while you’re away, but all of that technology comes with a hefty price tag – $1,399, to be precise. The robot vacuum bundle I just reviewed is the priciest one I’ve ever reviewed.