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Roborock S6 MaxV Robot Vacuum Cleaner with ReactiveAI and Lidar Navigation, 2500Pa Strong Suction, Intelligent Mopping Robotic Vacuum and Mop

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Brand Roborock
Surface recommendation Carpet
Controller type App Control, Voice Control
Are batteries included? Yes
Item weight 5.5 Kilograms

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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 Robot Vacuum Cleaner

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Reviewed in Australia on 14 March 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Be realistic about mop effectiveness
By Openid on 14 March 2021
Used only on hardwood floors which it does a good job of, but in terms of the mopping you need to be realistic. This mop only gives the surface a light wipe after vacuum, and strangely is unpredictability variable in terms of effectiveness.

Firstly to the general effectiveness as a mop please refer to the photo. The picture is of a partially wetted paper towel wiped over a 1m x 1m area of floor, that normally receives average household traffic, shortly after the S6 max V did its combined vacuum and mop cycle. We had carefully mopped with a traditional mop less than 10 days earlier. The amount of dirt remaining after the Roborock is astonishing.

Then there's variability issue. We've observed an apparent correlation between the amount of soiling accumulated on the cleaning cloth and the consumption of water in the tank. When there's lots of dirt on the cloth the water is all consumed. Without a wipe with a paper towel you couldn't see the difference between mop effectiveness.

The robots functions are wonderfully advanced and it seems quite smart. You just have to be realistic that this device doesn't come close to replacing a regular mop. It's just a device to send around before friends arrive for dinner.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A vacuum that avoids poop
Reviewed in the United States on 25 June 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars A vacuum that avoids poop
Reviewed in the United States on 25 June 2020
UPDATE: You can now use the vacuum to check on your pets and speak to them via the camera. It shows you to set a password (pin) for the camera feature to assure no ones else can access the vacuum's camera unless they also have the pin and I LOVE the new feature!!

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!

*Bonus tips*
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.
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Richard Delk
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally, a robot vacuum that doesn't need to be babysat!
Reviewed in the United States on 15 June 2020
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Pankaj R Mohite
1.0 out of 5 stars Charging dock Stopped working after 3 months.
Reviewed in Singapore on 19 April 2021
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Song, Xuyang
5.0 out of 5 stars Great product! Wish I’d bought it sooner
Reviewed in Singapore on 8 February 2021
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Chris Young
3.0 out of 5 stars A solid vacuum for hard floor cleaning but may disappoint with carpets
Reviewed in the United States on 3 October 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars A solid vacuum for hard floor cleaning but may disappoint with carpets
Reviewed in the United States on 3 October 2020
I'll start by saying that I rarely leave Amazon reviews, but I felt that this issue was important enough to warrant one. I was a big fan of my previous Roborock S5. I used it primarily in an environment with hardwood, tile, and low pile carpet, but it always cleaned extremely well and navigated better than any other robot vacuum I'd seen. I'd recommend it to all my friends and tell my family how awesome it was, despite very few of them having an actual interest in purchasing a robot vacuum of their own. This positive experience was what prompted me to look for an upgrade whenever I moved into a house.

I had been very excited after hearing about the announcement of the Roborock S6 MaxV. The idea of a robot vacuum being able to determine what objects to avoid would, in my mind, bridge the gap between a truly autonomous assistant and an ineffective annoyance that frequently eats cords and gets stuck on furniture. I will say that I was impressed with the navigation abilities of the S6 MaxV. It does actually seem to avoid items that it could get caught up on. The previous generations were already great at navigation, but would still require prep work beforehand so that they didn't suck up unintended items. While the S6 MaxV object recognition is not perfect yet, I have no doubt that improvements will be made though future updates. It's also very neat to see the robot mark obstacles on the in-app map and try to label what it believes them to be. I did have an issue that cropped up several times. The robot would mark something as an obstacle in the app, but it wouldn't try to avoid it at all. For example, it marked a couple bar chairs with pedestal bases as an item that needed to be avoided. I was impressed that it even identified them as "pedestal" in the app. However, whenever it got to them, it still tried to climb the sides and ended up getting stuck for several minutes. After it sorted itself out, I figured that it would avoid them during the next pass. Unfortunately, it did the exact same thing and tried to drive up the side of the chair base again.

The biggest problem that I had with the S6 MaxV (and the reason I'm going to be returning it) is the carpet performance. The navigation issues that I mentioned are minimal by comparison and this vacuum still plans its routes better than any that I've seen previously. However, the carpet performance was pretty much nonexistent in my particular situation. I realize that most robot vacuums are oriented at hard floor cleaning. I fully understand that it's potentially going to be a very long time before we see a robot vac that's as effective on carpet as a human being using a full fledged vacuum. However, this product is advertised as being able to operate on carpet. Of course, one could make the reasonable assumption that it would have difficulties with shag carpet or other types of uncommon surfaces. Regular vacuums have the same problem when it comes to very high pile materials. My home has what I would describe as moderately thick medium pile carpet. See the included photo for an illustration of the length. I didn't choose it and it definitely would not be my preferred flooring, but it's what I'm stuck with for the time being. I hadn't even considered that this vacuum might run into any issues with this surface because it is not shag or high pile, but I found that I was very wrong. Upon reaching the carpeted area during its first run, I noticed a strange sort of whining noise. It wasn't very loud, but it was definitely different than the previous sounds the vac was making. Turns out that the whining noise was the brush getting jammed up on the carpet and remaining almost completely stationary. I was able to open up the top cover while the vacuum was operating and view the brush rotation (or lack thereof) through the semi-transparent dustbin. It would either remain completely stationary or very slowly rotate with the forward motion of the vacuum as it was being pushed by the carpet below. As most people know, a vacuum's effectiveness is determined by both suction and agitation and not just one or the other.

Upon reporting the issue to Roborock support, they asked me to provide documentation of the carpet style as well as video of the issue, which I was more than happy to supply. After several back and forth messages, they told me that the behavior was "normal" and that I "don't have to worry about it." Yeah, that didn't sit right with me. I've owned a Roomba and a Neato - both of which were considerably more affordable than this vacuum - in the past and they've never encountered issues with the brush roll being inoperative on carpet. Roborock told me that the suction alone is enough to clean the carpet but this is simply not true. If this were factual, why would any vacuum include a brush bar at all? In the end, I cannot justify paying $750 for an appliance that won't clean half of my home satisfactorily. Maybe this would be acceptable if it was commonplace for all other robovacs to struggle on carpet in a similar fashion, but it is not.

In conclusion, if you mainly have hard floors or very low pile carpet, I think that the Roborock S6 MaxV could be a decent choice for you. However, at that price point, there are other robovacs that can also do the job just as well for cheaper, including some of Roborock's other models. I'd primarily go for the S6 MaxV if you're interested in the AI recognition technology or have many obstacles around the house that are below the line where the LIDAR would detect them. For me personally, after additional evaluation I have decided to go with the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI. It offers almost the exact same functionality as the S6 MaxV, very similar navigation and object recognition, and even has double side brushes and an optional self-emptying stand. You can sometimes find the robot and self-empty stand bundled together for just marginally more than the S6 MaxV is going for currently. The biggest plus is that I've found that it has no issues with the brush roll at all. In fact, it picked up tons of debris that the S6 MaxV had missed on the carpet just minutes before. I still prefer the app functionality of Roborock and I really like the company as a whole. I just wish that they would have done some more testing and refining so that they could have spotted some of these potential issues before release.
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