Roborock Q7 combines Roborock's proven technologies to create a robot that vacuums and mops effectively, is very easy to use, and is suitable for everyone.
Clear dirt trapped in your carpets and lift dust from your floors with a maximum suction power of 2700Pa*. Automatic carpet boost turns suction to maximum when a carpet is detected, for more effective cleaning.
*Based on internal testing carried out by the manufacturer with a full battery using max mode according to IEC 62885-2:2016 / 5.8 standards.
Clean often, empty rarely with the Auto-Empty Dock Pure. It empties your robot automatically into its 2.5 L dustbag, every clean, for up to 7 weeks*. When the bag is full, it can be swapped out in seconds. The dustbag is also an effective air filter, tested to filter 99.7% of pollen as small as 0.3 microns*, helping your air clean.
*Actual results may vary according to the home environment.
*Based on testing carried out by an independent lab according to ISO/TS 11155-1-2001 and PT-22-000-100650 standards.
Vacuum and mop simultaneously to capture fine dirt that vacuuming alone might miss.
Maximum Mopping Range – 1615 sqft*
Dustbin Capacity: 750 ml
Water Tank Capacity: 180 ml
*Based on internal testing carried out on hard floors with a full water tank, full battery, and low water flow. Actual results may vary, depending on the room characteristics. Range is an estimate based on the assumption that 20% of the area is covered by furniture and will not need to be mopped.
Powered by its high-capacity 5200 mAh Li-ion battery, Q7 offers long-lasting cleaning that easily tackles most homes. Able to climb 2 cm (0.8 in) obstacles*, it climbs easily over thresholds and onto carpets.
Maximum Vacuuming Range: 3230 sqft*
Maximum Runtime: 180 minutes*
*Without a mopping system attached.
*Based on internal testing carried out by the manufacturer in Quiet mode on hard floors with a full battery and with no mop system attached. Actual results may vary according to the home environment.
Roborock's PreciSense LiDAR navigation system is the brains behind your robot, creating maps that power a suite of useful features. All controlled in the Roborock app.
Take a new look at your home and get a clearer understanding of your layout with 3D Mapping. You can even add furniture and floor materials to create a more accurate representation of your home.
Do you cook a lot? Find yourself always turning up the suction and sending the robot to the kitchen? Set a routine for that and do it with one tap instead of several.
Map each level of your home, without cleaning, to create a map up to 6-times faster*.
*Compared to Q7’s Clean & Mapping Mode.
Many homes have multiple levels. Multi-level mapping systems automatically recognize different levels of your home. All you have to do is put the robot down. No additional docks, no need to identify the level in your app. Up to four levels are supported.
No-Go Zones define an area that the robot cannot go, while Invisible Walls draw a line and are good for sealing off rooms and corners. Every level in your home can have No-Go Zones and Invisible Walls. All are placed automatically after the level has been recognized.
Take control of your robot, start cleanups, send it to tackle specific rooms, and more with just the power of your voice. Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Apple Siri Shortcuts are supported.
Have confidence that your Q7 can wander safely around your home. The Sensient sensor array includes a suite of sensors, including cliff sensors, accelerometers, bumpers, and more. It will avoid rolling off of steps, getting trapped, or slamming into your walls.
An E11 rated* washable filter traps particulates inside your robot. It is washable for a longer life.
*Tested by an independent third party according to EN 1822-1:2009 standards.
A long-lasting all-rubber brush powerfully agitates carpets to release more dirt. Its fast rotation sends dust into the vacuum airflow, while its rubber material is strongly resistant to hair tangles. It can move across multiple panes, keeping it close to the ground for more effective cleaning.
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