Roborock S501-01 Robot Vacuum and Mop

Roborock S501-01 Robot Vacuum and Mop

by Roborock


Stop vacuuming the old-fashioned way! The Roborock S501-01 Robot Vacuum and Mop by Roborock is a smooth-running hoover

This meticulous robot vacuum cleaner was crafted to zap dirt in hart-to-reach places

One special feature we'd like to mention: the synchronous sweeping and mopping functions

It's the ultimate product for people who loathe vacuuming

It will blitz through dirt and hair in no time

Why people love this robot vacuum

People love this product because it is compatible with Alexa, navigates obstacles with ease and navigates different surfaces effectively

Product Specs

Here are the detailed specifications for this Roborock robot vacuum

Color: black

Dual (Vacuum + Mop):

Warranty: 12 months

Surface: multi-surface

Batteries required:

Batteries included:

Battery life: 150min

Battery type: Lithium ion

Noise level: 60db

Suction power: 2000pa

Dust bin volume: 480ml

Weight: 7lb

Dimensions: 13.8in x 13.7in x 3.8in

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take a robot vacuum to map a floor?

The time a robot vacuum takes to map the entire room or floor it needs to clean, varies between models. More sophisticated models might take a bit longer to make a detailed map, sometimes up to 3 or 4 cleaning sessions. It's best to leave it be or you'll get annoyed at all the weird moves the robot is making. But once the mapping is done, the vacuuming job will be so easy and straighforward.

Can robotic vacuums climb over thresholds or transitions between floor types?

Yes, some robotic vacuums are designed to climb over thresholds and transitions between floor types. Some robotic vacuums have powerful sensors and brushes that are designed to detect and maneuver around thresholds and transitions.

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.

Can you use a robotic vacuum to pick up liquids?

No, robotic vacuums are not designed to pick up liquids and should not be used for this purpose.