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Prime Day 2022 Brings Blockbuster Discounts on Roborock’s Brand New Smart Cleaners – 11 Products on Sale!


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Prime Day 2022 is here (almost…), and as the forever-reliable cleaning partner, Roborock is here with its amazing deals guaranteeing Prime Day discounts before the sales rush begins later this week. This gives you time to research the product you want without panic-buying something you will regret later.

Roborock is offering up to 44% discount on a number of its products, ranging from entry-level smart robovacs to some of its latest, power-packed offerings.

ModelRetailPrime Day PriceSavings
S5 Max$549.99$349.99$200
S7 MaxV$859.99$769.99$90
S7 MaxV Plus$1159.99$1029.99$130
Q5$429.99 $309.99$120
Q5+$699.99 $489.99$210
E5 Mop$359.99$199.99$160
Q7 Max+$869.99 $695.99$174
Dyad$449.99 $314.99$135

As you can see, the company has included various products, from super affordable products like the E5 Mop to fully automated self-cleaning products like the S7 MaxV Plus.

We have already written extensively on the Roborock S5 Max, which remains the no-brainer purchase with thousands of reviews confirming how trusted this robot vacuum cleaner is that can do both the vacuuming and mopping for just $349.99. If you need to go even more budget or need a secondary cleaning device for some specific level of the house, you can buy the Roborock E5 Mop, which brings all the essential goodness of the S5 Max at an unbeatable price of $199.99, making it a pretty solid gift option, as well.

Roborock S7 and S7 MaxV flagship series

The current reigning series is the Roborock S7 which includes a number of products, including the Roborock S7, the S7+, the S7 MaxV, and the S7 MaxV Plus. With the Prime Day price range going from $429.99 to $1029.99, the series differs significantly among the various models.

Roborock S7 should be your pick if you want a powerhouse of a vacuum cleaner that is also great at mopping. S7 comes with patented VibraRise technology that can lift the mop on surfaces that shouldn't be getting wet! With high-intensity scrub settings that can go from 1,650 times/min to 3,000 times/min, it easily disintegrates surface dirt and breaks up even the toughest, dried-on messes - leaving floors cleaner than ever. This robovac features one of the fastest sonic mops on the market with a 5200mAh battery.

Roborock S7+ is all the latest tech of S7 with the added chore-free addition of the Auto Empty Dock that removes the hassle of having to empty the dustbin every so often.


Need even more latest tech? You can't go wrong with Roborock S7 MaxV and S7 MaxV Plus. Roborock's Christensen Lab spent years developing and designing a product with an intense focus on the cleaning needs of homes with pets. From pet's fur to pets learning to disable or disrupt a robovac's cleaning to pet poop - the company has thought about every little "fun" hassle that comes with living with these cute little adventurers.

Reactive AI 2.0, Structured Light 3D Scanning with a new neural processing unit, a massive 5100Pa suction power, and S7's VibraRise tech make S7 MaxV and MaxV Plus the best products on the market that make the lives of pet owners a little more fun and a little less chaotic. Like the S7 series, the S7 MaxV series is similar, with the Plus variant adding an Auto Empty Dock to the deal, making cleaning even more hassle-free.

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Roborock Dyad wet-n-dry stick vacuum

Dyad is the only wet-dry vacuum with multiple rollers and motors featuring the company’s new trademarked technology, DyadPower™, to vacuum, wash, and dry floors to get rid of dirt and messes from edge-to-edge. The design of Dyad is impeccable, with two motors working separately to power three rollers, enabling the cleaning system to rotate in opposite directions. This unique design allows Dyad to efficiently lift both wet and dry messes in one sweep.

The design also empowers Dyad to do edge-to-edge cleaning as it moves flush with the wall to eliminate hard-to-reach dust and debris. As expected from the latest Roborock product, Dyad will also detect tough stains and automatically increase suction and water flow to give you the best cleaning results. The Prime Day offer of $314.99 makes Dyad a must-buy stick vacuum-and-mop cleaner that can help you with routine and deep cleaning requirements.


Roborock Q5, Q5+, Q7+, and Q7 Max+

The Roborock Q5 series is a newer range of budget-friendly robovacs that will replace the S5 and E5 series. The Q5 makes cleaning ultra-convenient with its focus on intense vacuuming. Bringing PreciSense Precision LiDAR and 3D Mapping, Q5 supports custom cleaning routines like any other flagship Roborock product. Add in the Self-Emptying Dock, and you have yourself the perfect vacuum with Roborock Q5+.

All the models in this lineup, including the Q5, the Q7, and Q7 Max, support Self-Emptying Docks that are represented by the + in the name.

The Q7 Max+ (and Q7 Max) has the most oversized tank at 350L and the highest suction power at 4200Pa. The current offer brings the price down to $695.99 at a 20% discount. Then you have Roborock Q7, which has the biggest dustbin capacity at a whopping 760ml. It also supports mopping, and the Roborock Q7+ comes with the Auto Empty Dock for a total of $639.99 at a 20% discount.


This Prime Day is bringing a myriad of cleaning products at fantastic discounts. Head over to the product pages or check our earlier coverage of some of these products to read more technical details. Don't forget to check reviews to ensure your specific cleaning needs will be met by the product you are choosing.

Most of the discounts will expire on July 13; however, you will be able to get these discounts until July 16 on Roborock S5 Max, S7, S7+, and Roborock Dyad.

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