Roborock Introduces Latest New and Improved Cordless Vacuum

Paving the way for portable robotic cleaning.

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Roborock has unveiled the second addition to its series of cordless stick vacuums with the H7 model. Retaining much of the same features of its H6 predecessor, the latest version includes several new options to improve the cleaning experience.

Designed with household requirements in mind, the H7’s new lightweight ergonomic design is easily portable, coming in at just 3.2lbs. It also features a MagBase™ system to store with ease as well as an increased suction power to tackle hard-to-reach places.

Being the first vacuum company to introduce a LiPo battery, charge time has been significantly reduced by 37% — taking only 2.5hrs to receive a full charge for up to 90 minutes of cleaning time whilst also extending its overall lifespan. Additional upgrades include a larger 500mL dustbin with the option to use disposable bags and the ability to convert the vacuum into a mop using purchasable extra attachments.

The Roborock H7 retails for $499.99 USD and is available to purchase now.

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