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Roborock S7 Pro Ultra – Available today at an introductory price of €949!

Roborock S7 Pro Ultra

Update 07. July 2022

The new Roborock S7 Pro Ultra has been available in stores since today. Among other things, Amazon has listed the vacuum robot at the introductory price of 949 euros (Link). Simply activate the 250 Euro discount code on the Amazon product page.

Alternatively, the new Roborock is also available from Geekbuying (Link) and geek maxi (Link) for 949 euros on offer. Shipping is from Poland.

 Update 27. June 2022 

Roborock today confirmed the release of the Roborock S7 Pro Ultra. The upgrade to the Roborock S7+ will be available in stores as early as July at an RRP of 1.199 euros. As an introductory offer, the S7 Pro Ultra starts on July 7th for 949 euros RRP. 

Roborock S7 Pro Ultra data sheet

The equipment largely corresponds to what we reported on a few days ago. The mop holder is actually permanently installed and based on ReactiveAI, which we from Roborock S7 Max V Ultra know, is waived. This places the Roborock S7 Pro Ultra slightly below the MaxV Ultra in terms of function.

Source: Press Release

The Roborock S7 Max V Ultra has only just made it onto the shelves, and the next Roborock top model, the Roborock S7 Pro Ultra, is already announcing itself. All details of the equipment are not yet known. On the Amazon product page it is described as a "huge upgrade" to the Roborock S7.

Roborock S7 Pro Ultra Station with robot vacuum

This is what the new station and the vacuum robot look like.

The biggest innovation seems to be the combined wipe-mop cleaning station, which we already know from the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra in a very similar design. To what extent the new station will be compatible with the older Roborock S7 is currently unknown. From the looks of it, the wiping plate is no longer removable, but firmly connected to the vacuum robot.

The station itself is equipped with a 2,5 liter dust bag, a 3 liter water tank and a 2,5 liter dirty water tank. If the values ​​on the Amazon product page are correct, the dirty water tank could hold 7 ml more water than the station of the S200 MaxV Ultra.

Roborock S7 Pro Ultra from the side

In addition, the new Roborock S7 Pro Ultra promises a higher suction power of up to 5100 Pascal, which is equal to the suction power of the Roborock S7 MaxV. Wiping takes place with a contact pressure of 600g and up to 3000 vibrations. With the predecessor, the contact pressure was still 300g.

Roborock S7 Pro Ultra dust bin and bottom

The dust container is removed from above. The vacuum robot looks like this below.

The Roborock S7 Pro Ultra relies on the tried and tested laser distance sensor for navigation. The difference to the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra seems to be the lack of ReactiveAI obstacle detection. The Roborock S7 Pro Ultra will most likely not recognize small objects such as cables, socks and whatever you have lying around so well.

The Product listing on Amazon has been changed several times in the meantime. The vacuum robot was initially listed there for 1399 euros and was even available with Prime shipping on July 07th. Then the price dropped to 999 euros and finally it is no longer available as of today. A release in July is obvious and the price of 999 euros sounds realistic. The model has already received an entry in the Mi Home app!

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4 comments

4 comments

  1. Werner A

    24. June 2022 14 to: 22

    I'm pretty sure the station won't fit the S7. The high contact pressure is required so that the wiper is cleaned by the station. Besides, we all know Roborock. They've never had backwards compatibility.

    • Frank

      24. June 2022 18 to: 53

      "They've never had it with backwards compatibility.

      huh You don't seem to have dealt with Roborock much. The brushes and filters were always interchangeable for years and the new brushes could even be used on the first version of the Roborock.

      Just because the suction station doesn't fit everyone, does that mean for you that backwards compatibility will NEVER work? An interesting version of reasoning.

      • Werner A

        25. June 2022 19 to: 10

        Neither do you, apparently. You write it yourself "were interchangeable". Then came the rubber brush, the dust bags, the countless stations... It won't be any different with the S7 Pro. I'm not saying that Roborock produces nonsense, but when it comes to exchanging parts with each other, they're no better than Dyson and co.

  2. Benny

    28. June 2022 16 to: 41

    Please test whether the old S7 fits on the station!

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