Roborock Dyad Review – Wet and Dry Smart Vacuum Cleaner at $391 From Geekbuying (Coupon)


You have undoubtedly yourself looked for robot vacuum cleaner models that mop with a real dirty water tank and a function that allows them to clean themselves after cleaning. And as you have no doubt noticed, this kind of device is not yet legion. There are of course many vacuum cleaners that mop. But this function relies on a cloth that you have to wash after each use. The Roborock Dyad is a device that is as good at vacuuming as it is at mopping. It has a unique set of motors that drive three rollers that scrub the floor. Each charge allows it to run for 35 minutes. The Roborock Dyad was unveiled in October and is now on sale on Geekbuying.


The head can rotate 180 degrees and easily adjust around furniture and objects, also having a small LED display from which we can control all the parameters of the Roborock Dyad, including the areas of the floor where the device detects the highest concentration of dirt so that we can review them. As details, it also has voice alerts to notify us when it is necessary to empty dirt or refill water, all in 5 kilograms of weight and in a size of 1,112 x 270 x 191 millimeters, with 260 W of power and up to 78 dB of noise.

The Roborock Dyad is loaded into a full-service station, which is even able to self-clean the rollers so we don’t have to get dirty when servicing the device. All you have to do is empty the dirt tank and fill it with clean water. All the sucked dirt will be stored in a 620 ml tank. Another 850 ml clean water tank supplies the water used during cleaning. The Dyad absorbs dirt and releases clean water at the same time. It is also possible to increase the power manually, toggling between Auto and Maximum modes. It also includes a drying mode, thanks to which it is possible, while scrubbing, to dry the floor and which is especially useful, for example, to dry the bathroom after a shower.


Roborock Dyad has two motors, with a power of 260W; which act separately and activate its three rollers, one at the front and two at the rear. The rollers rotate in opposite directions, so they can eradicate practically any type of dirt. The width of the two rear rollers, which run from one end of the cleaning head to the other, is what allows edges, baseboards, and corners to be cleaned without a problem. The rollers also ‘self-clean automatically, just by placing the vacuum cleaner on its charging base after use. Only very occasionally will they need to be disassembled for more thorough manual cleaning.

Roborock Dyad incorporates a 5000 milliamp battery; which gives it an autonomy of 35 minutes in Auto mode (25 minutes in Max mode); enough time, depending on the brand, to clean an area of ​​up to 280 square meters. From scratch, a full battery recharge takes four hours. At the top, an LED display offers all the necessary information, the cleaning mode is used; the water level in the tank, and the battery level. A voice alert system fulfills the same function and alerts us when it is necessary to add water to the tank or put the device to charge.


Roborock Dyad first all-in-one vacuum cleaner capable of cleaning both wet and dry at the same time. Extremely maneuverable, its handling is comfortable and the arrangement of its rollers makes edges and corners, not a problem, according to the company. This Roborock Dyad Wet and Dry Smart Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is now available on sale on Geekbuying, but don’t coupon now, and 100 units will be pre-sold at $391 on November 15th to use coupon code: ROBODYAD.  After 100 units are sold out, the pre-sale price will be $419 until 4 pm on November 20th


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