Roborock S6 MaxV Robot Vacuum Cleaner with ReactiveAI and Intelligent Mopping, No-mop Zones, Lidar Navigation, 2500Pa Strong Suction, Multi-Level Mapping, Robotic Vacuum and Mop
|Surface Recommendation||Hard Floor|
|Controller Type||App Control, Voice Control, Touch Control|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
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- ReactiveAI: Powered by twin cameras, ReactiveAI allows MaxV to recognize and avoid everyday objects and unknown obstacles*. S6 MaxV is "Easily the smartest robot vac ever made" by T3
- 25% More Suction and Genius Level Mopping: A maximum suction power of 2500Pa** means deeper cleaning and click in the 297ml SnapMop system to unlock a suite of advanced mopping features.
- Precision Navigation: LiDAR navigation and advanced algorithms enable accurate navigation and automatic room recognition.
- App and Voice Control: Set schedules, clean specific rooms, set water flow, and more from an app. Start cleanups, change modes, and more with Alexa or Google Home.
- Advanced Route Management: Multi-level mapping systems support up to four floors, with up to 10 No-Go Zones, 10 No-Mop Zones, and 10 Invisible Barriers on each level.
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S6 MaxV: Another level of intelligence
Twin cameras add advanced features and bring more peace of mind to your robot vacuuming experience. Proprietary ReactiveAI obstacle avoidance systems. Strong suction for a deeper clean. And an electronic water tank that makes mopping smarter. Roborock S6 MaxV takes home robotics to another level of intelligence.
True Vision. Smarter Action
Powered by twin cameras, ReactiveAI allows MaxV to recognize and avoid everyday objects * larger than 2in wide, and 1.1in tall*, including pet waste, power strips, and pedestals etc.
- Dual Cameras, ReactiveAI
- Precision Navigation
- 2500Pa Strong Suction
- Intelligent Mopping
- Multi-level Mapping
- Customized Suction and Water Level
- No-Go Zones& No-Mop Zones
- 180 Minutes Runtime & Smart Top-Up
Precision LiDAR Navigation
High-precision LiDAR navigation allows efficient route planning day or night by creating accurate models of your home as the robot cleans.
25% More Suction
Equipped with an upgraded HyperForce airflow design generating 2500Pa deeper cleaning is achieved, especially useful for carpeted floors.
Equipped with a high-capacity 297ml electronic water tank, suitable for homes up to 2580sqft, you can schedule mopping, and even set different water flow levels for specific rooms.
Up to four levels can be mapped and automatically recognized to ensure efficient navigation, and each floor can have up to 10 No-Go Zones, 10 No-Mop Zones, and 10 invisible barriers.
When cleaning very large spaces, the robot will return to the dock, top-up its battery, and continue vacuuming where it left off.
Customized Suction and Water Level
Once recognized, specific rooms can be selected for cleaning, and scheduled vacuuming can be applied to different places with different suction strength and water flow.
Washable HEPA-Type Filter
The E11 rated HEPA-Type filter captures up to 95% of home particles. It is washable so that it can be used longer before replacement.
App and Voice Control
Set schedules, clean specific rooms, set water flow, and more from an app. Use Alexa and the Roborock Plus skill or Google Home for comprehensive voice control options.
An extra-large 5200mAh battery offers a maximum runtime of 180 minutes*** and a maximum vacuuming area of 2580sqft, more than enough for most homes.
Run scheduled cleanups without constant floor tidying or accidental mess. MaxV will spot obstacles, even pet waste, and avoid them to save you from any hassle. More obstacle types and intelligent features will be added in the future
* Object recognition accuracy will vary due to environmental factors. Actual icons shown in-app may differ from pictured.
** Based on manufacturer’s internal testing using patterned, textured, high contrast objects in a well-lit environment.
*** Based on internal testing carried out by the manufacturer in Quiet mode with a full battery and with no mop system attached.
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I am a real reviewer. I paid for this and shelled out my own cash for this when it was on sale. I watched lots of YouTube videos before buying and decided this was the one mostly because the superior navigation maintained by a tech giant. I run a cleaning business and many of my clients use other top brands. I find lots of newer Roombas lost or throwing brush errors for no reason. I haven't been impressed with evo vacs software either. I think the combination of lidar, dual cameras, and software on this unit really sets the bar high for efficiency. My house is done in record time and it's SO much quieter! I had the original vacuum when it was still called Xaiomi Mi Robot Vacuum. It did not have the option to draw no-go lines and let me tell you, this feature is A LIFE SAVER. I can draw directly on the map so I no longer have to worry about shutting doors. Another cool feature is the AI. It's found numerous missing shoes under beds and couches. It drops a little shoe shaped pin in the map when it finds them. During a full cleaning, it notified me that it found poop. It was a brown rock my daughter found at the beach, but the vacuum stayed clear of it just in case. I set no-mop zones on all carpets. Once the mop is attached, it avoids those areas automatically. Because of the messy pets, my vacuum is scheduled to clean 3x a day. A full cleaning at 8am. Just the living room at 1pm (where my parrot makes the biggest mess) and one more time after dinner. I try to remember to slap on the mop attachment for this one otherwise it will just do another full cleaning. Which is fine too.
I attached a video to test the AI. It pushed the shoe at first, but seemed to recognize it and then avoided it AND the sock!
If you set a shoe on each corner of your rugs, and run the vacuum, it will pin shoe icons to the corners of your rugs on the map for when you're drawing "no-mop zones". I spray cleaner on really dried messes before running the mop. I also learned from a YouTube video that there's a very helpful Roborock FB community for troubleshooting as well.
The Roborock S6 MaxV is completely different. After setting it up, we left all the interior doors in the house open while we were out for about an hour and it created a very accurate map of the house. Using the Roborock app, I separated all the rooms so I could tell it later to clean only specific rooms, or to schedule certain rooms to be cleaned at certain times. Most of this was actually automatic, I just adjusted the rooms to something that was more convenient than what it automatically generated when building the map. Now I can tell it to go clean the kids room on demand, or schedule it to clean the kitchen and dining room every night after dinner. It cleans each room very thoroughly and using the app I can tell it what power setting to use for each room. This is especially useful for scheduled cleanings at night where I can set it to use the quietest setting to avoid waking people up.
The best part about this robot is that it doesn't get stuck or lost. Using "no-go" zones with the app, I can tell it to avoid going under the couch or recliners which is where the Roomba would always get stuck. When it's done cleaning or its battery is low, it goes directly back to the charger; no wandering around until it finds it like the Roomba 675. If it was in the middle of a cleaning, it will go back to where it left off when its battery is full enough to complete the job. It also does a good job avoiding obstacles with its built-in cameras as long as it approaches them head-on. If it approaches from an angle, it may not see it with the cameras. We have luckily not had to test the dreaded dog poop scenario yet (one reason we replaced the Roomba 675...not fun). The mop feature is also great and works surprisingly well considering it's only dragging a damp cloth around the floor. I only wish it came with more than one reusable cleaning cloth in the box so you didn't need to wash it each time between mop jobs.
Lastly, the Roborock app works really well for scheduling, editing the map, and personalizing cleaning settings for each room. It also integrates with Google Home, although I wish it would allow you to name each room so you could just use Google to "tell Roborock to clean the kitchen," for example. This could easily be done in a software update so hopefully that's coming.
We could not be happier with this robot, it is a total game-changer.
-Doesn't get stuck or lost under furniture
-Very accurate map divides house into rooms to clean together or individually
-Cleans very efficiently, no wandering around
-Adjustable power settings for each room or area, or on a schedule
-Mop function works really well
-Avoids most obstacles with its cameras
-Long-lasting battery is automatically recharged after or during a cleaning job
-Only comes with one reusable mop cloth so you need to wash it before you can mop again
-App doesn't let you name rooms (as of this review)
-Often mis-identifies obstacles (but still avoids them). This is supposed to get better as it learns what's in your house.