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Roborock’s Black Friday offers include discounts across its range of robot vacuum cleaners and mops, making it a great opportunity to ease your cleaning workload.

Chores are always a time suck, and something that many people dread having to do. However, cleaning the floor is an everyday task that you can hand over to an automated device, so it can do it for you.

As part of the Black Friday sales, running from November 24 to December 4, you can pick up one of Roborock’s cleaning robots to use in your own home. With the potentially messy end of the year and the expectations of a spring cleaning of your home shortly after, these can at least take one of those chores off the pile.

Roborock S7+

The Roborock S7+ is a self-emptying robot vacuum, which includes a dock that both recharges and collects the dirt from the cleaner. It has enough capacity to store up to 120 days worth of cleaning, meaning you can potentially allow it to manage a space for up to four months without intervention.

It’s a thorough cleaner that includes both vacuum and mopping features, complete with an auto-lift function to avoid wetting carpets. It has a sonic vibration function that can scrub at up to 3,000 times a minute, which can help pull up dried-on dirt.

Roborock S7+

Roborock S7+

There’s also onboard smarts, with it using LiDAR to create an accurate map of the home, which it uses with adaptive route algorithms to optimize its cleaning. You even have the option to tell it to avoid carpets altogether.

Normally $949.98, the Roborock S7+ will be down 28% to $679.99 through December 4.

Roborock S7

A winner of 17 Best of CES 2021 awards, the S7 has a 2,500Pa HyperForce suction for the vacuum as well as a multi-directional floating brush, enabling a powerful and close clean on most uneven surfaces. Meanwhile an ultrasonic carpet recognition system can help boost vacuum suction when carpet is detected, to maximize cleaning.

The built-in mop has Sonic Mopping Technology to scrub for up to 3,000 times per minute, with 600g of pressure, and is serviced by a 300ml water tank. An intelligent mop lifting system enables the cleaner to deal with hard floors and carpet in the same cycle, avoiding damage to carpets.

Typically $649.99, the Roborock S7 is down to $409.99 from November 24 until December 4.

Roborock S7 MaxV and S7 MaxV Plus

Starting where the S7 leaves off, the S7 MaxV augments the Sonic Mopping Technology and brush system with assorted upgrades. On a base level, this includes an increase in suction to 5,100Pa.

The model is also smarter in using LiDAR navigation, as well as the ReactiveAI 2.0 obstacle avoidance system that uses an onboard camera to recognize and avoid hazards. If you use the companion app, you can even dial into the cleaner to use the camera to see your home, and talk to people in it.

Roborock usually sells the S7 MaxV for $859.99, but from November 20 to December 4, it’s down to $639.99.

If you want an even bigger upgrade, the S7 MaxV Plus offers a dock to the package. Capable of storing up to 120 days of dust and debris, the dock has a multi-stage filtration system to ensure air in your home is clean.

The Plus model is usually $1,159.99, but you can get it from November 20 until December 4 for $869.99.

Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra

The Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra is the pinnacle of the S7 range, with it having a maximum suction of 5,100Pa for a deep clean, Sonic Mopping with an automatic mop lift, and the RGB and 3D structured light-based ReactiveAI 2.0 Obstacle Avoidance System.

Roborock S7 MaxV

Roborock S7 MaxV

Key to the Ultra name is that it has a new Empty Wash Fill Dock, which can automatically scrub the mop, refill it, and hold up to seven weeks of dust with its auto-empty feature. The dock even self-cleans, meaning there’s even less manual maintenance for users to do.

Roborock E5 Mop

If you want an entry-level model to get you started with both vacuuming and mopping, the E5 Mop is a great choice. Capable of handling over 1,600 square feet for both mop and vac functions combined, it can deal with most basic floor spaces with ease.

The vacuum can run on its own for 200 minutes, with 2,500Pa of HyperForce suction and the potential to handle 2,152 square feet. It also has a 640ml dustbin to minimize emptying, while its OpticEye and dual gyroscope system handles internal mapping.

The Roborock E5 Mop usually sells for $359.99, but from November 24 to December 4, it’s available for $199.99.

Roborock E5

If you want to go down the route of a simple model that doesn’t do mopping, the Roborock E5 could be the answer. Offering 200 minutes of runtime and covering 2,152 square feet with its 2,500Pa HyperForce suction, it can pick up dust and hair from deep inside carpets.

Roborock E5

Roborock E5

While it doesn’t include mopping in its base form, you can add the 180ml adjustable water tank and separately available mopping system to upgrade the robot.

Normally priced at $289.99, Roborock has the E5 at $179.99 from November 24 to December 4.

Roborock Dyad

The Dyad Cordless Wet/Dry Vacuum isn’t a robot, but it is a cleaning device. Using dual rollers and a multi-roller cleaning head, it is a manually-moved cleaner that can deal with wet and dry stains equally well.

Roborock Dyad Cordless Wet/Dry Vacuum

Roborock Dyad Cordless Wet/Dry Vacuum

Capable of edge-to-edge cleaning, it has a built-in self-cleaning system for the brushes, which can wash themselves ready for the next time. Its onboard sensors allow it to adapt to different surfaces, adjusting the water and suction for minimal cleaning time.

The Dyad usually sells for $449.99, but between November 20 and December 4, it can be yours for $314.99, 30% off.

Roborock Q5 and Q5+

The Q5 offers 2,700Pa of suction, making it great for pet hair and fine dust. Offering a run time of up to 180 minutes, the Q5 Robot Vacuum can manage a 3,220 square foot space from a single charge, with its 470ml bin minimizing the need to empty the contents that often.

Roborock Q5+

Roborock Q5+

It can create four maps using its LiDAR system, which can be viewed in the companion app. There, you can manage the route, set no-go zones and invisible walls, adjust the suction power, and the cleaning schedule.

From November 20 to December 4, you can get the Q5 for $299.99, down from $429.99.

An alternative is the Q5+, which adds a Self-Empty Dock to the equation. Capable of holding up to 2.5 liters of dirt from the cleaner, it can hold up to seven weeks of debris before needing to be emptied.

The Q5+ package was $699.99, but from November 20 to December 4, it’s $479.99.

Roborock Q7+

Roborock’s Q7+ is a robot that can give you up to seven weeks of hands-free cleaning, when used in conjunction with its Auto-Empty Dock Pure and the 2.5L self-sealing dustbag. Able to handle a space of up to 1,615 square feet, it also includes a mopping capability with a 180ml tank, and can do both throughout the home.

It has LiDAR-based 3D mapping of the home across multiple levels, with the option to set no-go zones, invisible walls, and change the placement of furniture within the companion app. Even if you don’t set no-go areas, it will still wander the house safely using its Sensient sensor array to avoid drops, steps, or being trapped.

Usually priced at $799.99, Roborock is discounting the Q7+ to $549.99 from November 20 to December 4.

Roborock Q7Max and Q7Max+

The Q7Max combines vacuuming with mopping, offering a twin-cleaning system that can deal with fine dust that vacuuming may not pick up on its own. The vacuum has 4,200Pa of suction, while the mop uses a pump with 30 water flow levels, enabling you to fine-tune how it cleans your floor depending on what type of flooring you have.

Roborock Q7 Max+

Roborock Q7 Max+

Capable of covering up to 3,229 square feet with its 180-minute runtime, the Q7 Max can map your home in 3D using PreciSense LiDAR navigation. These can be further fleshed out in the companion app with furniture and furnishings for a more accurate model and better route planning.

Originally $599.99, from November 20 to December 4, you can get the Q7 Max for $399.99.

If you want more hands-free automation, you can go for the Q7 Max+. That package includes the Auto Empty Dock Pure with the 2.5-liter dust bag, which can hold up to seven weeks of dust.

Roborock has cut the price of the Q7 Max+ from $869.99 to $599.99 through December 4.

Josh

Josh is a Staff Writer at Geeker. He has close to a decade of experience covering consumer technology and previously worked as a News Editor at XDA Developers. Josh loves all things technology and is also an avid DIYer at heart. He has written thousands of articles, hundreds of tutorials, and dozens of reviews.

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