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Why the Roborock S6 robot vacuum cleaner banishes pet hair, dust and dirt

Daily Mail - Science & tech

Vacuuming can feel like a never ending chore, especially if you have a dog or cat that sheds a lot of pet hair. The task can also be pretty exhausting if you own a heavy vacuum cleaner. Enter the new Roborock S6 vacuum cleaner, which takes all the hassle out of keeping your floors clean and banishes dust, dirt and pet hair. You no longer need to lug a standard vacuum around your house or get tangled in wires to have a clean home. Not only can it mop and vacuum at the same time, but you can program dates and times for the device to clean whenever you want, meaning you can go about your day without the worry of cleaning.

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I am a very busy man with a couple of jobs, three daughters, a house, and a wife, all of which occupy my time. Thus, if I can find ways to have today's modern electronics take care of tasks and lift the chore load, then I am going to pass off what I can. One area that I've given over to robots is vacuuming the lower level of my house, which is primarily composed of hardware floors and a couple of area rugs. Various models have been tested over the past couple of years, so I have some practical experiences with these devices. Most people have heard of Roomba, Samsung, and Neato in this space, but there are some other options out there that are worth consideration.

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Roborock robot vacuums are an Amazon deal of the day through Oct. 21. Vacuuming is just one of those chores most people wish they didn't have to do. Why not let a robot handle vacuuming (and mopping!) your home? Robot vacuums can save time and effort, and some of them might actually clean the floor better than you do. These early Black Friday deals on Roborock robot vacuums will have your home looking spotless with very little effort. Just control them through the attached app or through Amazon Alexa, and you'll have sparkling floors in no time.

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It might not have the name-brand cachet of iRobot's Roomba or Samsung's Powerbot, but the Roborock S5 can hold its own with both those robot vacuums. The Roborock S5 comes with laser navigation, floor mapping, and both vacuuming and mopping functions, so you can tackle all your floor cleaning from the comfort of your couch. The Roborock S5 impresses right out of the box with its bright white finish, a welcome change from the samey shades of black common to most robot vacuums. On the top is a button that activates automatic cleaning, another for spot cleaning, and a third for recharging, which essentially works like the "home" button on other robot vacuums, sending the Roborock back to its charging dock. A turret on the top of the vacuum houses the Roborock's laser distance sensor and brings its total height to about 3.8 inches.

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I have tried many robot vacuums for the office -- and home -- over the past few years, and some of them really stand out with their superb features and capabilities. If you have never tried an automatic robot vacuum to sweep, mop, or scrub your floors, here are some of the best robot vacuums I have ever tried. You will not go wrong with any of these fabulous devices. The Amarey A980 delivers 1600Pa power and will clean carpets and hard flooring for up to 90 minutes before it returns to the dock. The app works well with a room mapping function and zones to clean at different schedules. A magnetic strip provides a no-go zone.