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
Can robotic vacuums be used on all types of flooring?
No, robotic vacuums may not be suitable for all types of flooring. Many robotic vacuums are designed specifically to work on hardwood, tile, or other flat surfaces. Other types of flooring, such as carpets or rugs, may require a different type of robotic vacuum or another cleaning appliance.
How do you clean the camera and other sensors on a robotic vacuum?
To clean the camera and other sensors on a robotic vacuum, you should use a soft, lint-free cloth and a cleaning solution specifically designed for electronics. The cloth should be dampened slightly (not wet) with the cleaning solution and then used to gently wipe down the camera and sensors. Additionally, you should use compressed air to blow away any dust or debris that may have collected on the camera or sensors. Finally, you should inspect the camera and sensors to make sure all dust and debris have been removed.
How do you troubleshoot connectivity issues with a robotic vacuum?
The first step in troubleshooting a connectivity issue with a robotic vacuum is to check the power source. Ensure that the vacuum is plugged in or charged and the power switch is on. If the power source is functioning properly, the next step would be to check the connection between the vacuum and the router or other device it is connecting to, such as a smartphone or tablet. Check that the vacuum is in the correct range and that the device is in range of the router. Reset the router and vacuum if necessary, and ensure that the router is working properly. If all else fails, contact the vacuum manufacturer for more specific troubleshooting advice.
How do you set up a robotic vacuum to return to its charging dock when it's low on power?
Most robotic vacuums will automatically return to their charging dock when they are low on power. To ensure that the vacuum is able to return to the dock, make sure that the dock is in a clear, open space and that the charging pins are aligned properly. Additionally, ensure that the vacuum is able to navigate to the dock without any obstacles.