Roborock E4 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Don't lift a finger to get a dust-free home! The Roborock E4 Robot Vacuum Cleaner by Roborock is a efficient hoover. This brilliant model was designed to make your life so much easier. We'd like to highlight one feature: the BoostIQ technology for adaptive suction power. It's the ultimate cleaning machine for homes with multiple types of floor covering. It's a superb option for ad-hoc vacuuming.
Why people love this robot vacuum
People love this product because it adapts its suction power to the surface type, moves at quite a speed, covers a lot of space in a single charge and sucks up a decent amount of dust.
Here are the detailed specifications for this Roborock robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 12 months
Surface: hard floor, carpet
Battery life: 150min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 64.4db
Suction power: 2000pa
Dust bin volume: 640ml
Dimensions: 13.8in x 13.8in x 3.8in
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a robot vacuum and a robot mop?
A robot vacuum has one main function, to vacuum your floor. A robot mop will use a cleaning liquid to make your floors shine. There are a few robot models on the market that combine both functions. Once the vacuuming is done, the robot starts mopping your floors.
Are robot vacuum cleaners worth the money?
Robot vacuums are definitely worth the money. Although they can't fully replace a regular vacuum cleaner at the moment, they can take a large work load off your shoulders if you have larger spaces to clean or if you are a pet owner.
How much dust can a robot vacuum hold?
No matter the model of robot vacuum you buy and no matter the price, the basic dust capacity is rather low. You will need to empty it more frequently than your regular vacuum cleaner. The most sophisticated models do have a self-emptying feature, which enables them to empty themselves into a larger bin at the docking station.
Do robot vacuums clean corners?
To make sure your robot vacuums cleans corners, you'll need to make sure it is equipped with corner brushes. There are now some D-shaped vacuum robots on the market, that are more efficient in corners.