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Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6 robot vacuum cleaner: choose the best smart house cleaning helper

Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6 robot vacuum cleaner: choose the best smart house cleaning helper

By  GB Blog Official 2019-05-27 5294 0

Looking for a quicker way to clean your home? There are plenty of smart vacuum robots designed to take on the chore like the Roborock S6 or the 360 S6 robot vacuum cleaners. But which of the two will do a better job? Find out in this Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6 review.

Let’s start by exploring the highlights.

Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6 robot vacuum cleaner: specs

First, let’s take a quick look at the main specs of the Roborock S6 robot vacuum cleaner and 360 S6 robot vacuum cleaner.

 

Product name
Roborock S6 smart robot vacuum cleaner
360 S6 robot vacuum cleaner
Product size
35.30 x 35.00 x 9.65 cm
35.0 x 35.0 x 10.0cm
Product weight
3.6kg
3.5kg
Path planning
SLAM, automatic route planning
LDS Laser navigation + SLAM algorithm
Suction Power (Pa)
2000Pa
1800Pa
Suction mode
Turbo / Balanced/Quiet
Quiet/Standard/Max
Voice control
Yes
Yes
Dust bin capacity
480ml
400ml
Water tank
140ml
80ml
Min/max noise
58dB
65dB≤Adjustable
Battery capacity
5,200 mAh
3200mAh
Barrier Height (in/cm)
up to 0.8 inches
up to 0.67 inches

Roborock S6 smart vacuum: highlights

● Amazon Alexa integration + app control


● 2000Pa max suction


● 50% quieter than other models


● Virtual no-go zones


Carpet boost


● Climbing ability: up to 0.8 inches


● Sweep + mop


● Auto recharge

360 S6 smart vacuum: highlights

● 1800 Pa max suction


● App control


● Washable high-efficiency HEPA filter screen


● Virtual no-go zones


Accurate mapping


● Carpet boost


● Obstacle climbing: up to 0.67 inches


● Sweep + mop


● Auto recharge

Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6: cleaning performance

One of the key highlights of the Roborock S6 is its 2000 Pa of suction power, which is makes it one of the most powerful smart vacuums on the market and lets it efficiently pick up dirt, dust and debris. There are three cleaning modes:


● Turbo: for when you want the robot to work at its maximum power;


● Balanced: for a standard cleaning session


● Quiet: for when you want the device to stay quiet. The Roborock S6 actually features a noise reduction air screen and silencer cotton, which makes it 50% quieter than the Roborock S5.


The Roborock S6 can both sweep and mop, though its mopping function is not particularly advanced. With that, the robot is designed to support carpet cleaning — in part, thanks to the DuPont main brush, which is 230% denser than standard vacuum brushes.


the DuPont main brush 


There is a 140ml bionic tank with adjustable water volume onboard and a 0.48-litre dustbin. Cleaning the vacuum has been made really easy: the main brush is detachable and the mopping rug is disposable (you get ten in the package).


The 360 S6 vacuum cleaner comes with a bit less power — 1800 Pa. The robot runs on the imported NIDEC Nissan wind turbines. Just like with the Roborock S6, you can choose to use the robot in one of the three gears: 1800 Pa (maximum), 1500 Pa (standard) and 800 Pa (silent). The robot supports two cleaning modes: sweeping and removing dust. The 360 S6 can both sweep and mop and is rather quiet as well producing less than 65dB of noise.


360 S6 vacuum cleaner 1800 Pa

Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6: intelligent mapping

One of the most interesting features of the Roborock S6 is the smart mapping option. If you turn on the Map Saving mode in the Mi Home app, the S6 will map out the parts of your home it has already visited and will even divide your home into rooms. After this, you will be able to assign the vacuum to clean specific rooms and you will even be able to divide this further into even smaller areas. You can also create no-go zones by setting simple virtual barriers around the areas you don’t want the S6 to visit. Moreover, the S6 will be able to design the most efficient cleaning routes, avoiding obstacles, drops and no-go zones.


Roborock S6 no-go zones  


The 360 S6 can also create maps of your home. The cleaning area is scanned by the LDS LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) and will then use the SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) algorithm to build the map and plan its routes.


 360 S6 LDS LIDAR

Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6: control options

One of the main highlights of the Roborock S6 is easy control. The robot can be managed via the Mi Home App that lets you switch between modes, assign cleaning areas and no-go zones, map out rooms and more. Additionally, there is the Amazon Alexa integration that lets you control the device via voice commands.


Roborock S6  Mi Home App control 


Just like the Roborock S6, the 360 S6 is controlled via the dedicated app. Through the app, you will be able to control the robot’s working mode, area, positioning and more. You can also set no-go zones to restrict cleaning for certain areas. Unfortunately, there is no voice control onboard as of yet.


360 S6 dedicated app control 

Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6: battery life

To back up its 2000 Pa of suction power, the Roborock S6 sports an impressive 5200mAh battery that promises to be enough for up to 150 minutes of non-stop cleaning in Quiet Mode. Technically, with the Roborock S6, you will be able to clean a standard-sized apartment or home without recharging. When the vacuum runs low on battery, it will stop cleaning and head to the charging dock. Once it’s all charged up, it will pick up its cleaning route where it left off.


The 360 S6 comes with a battery of much smaller — 3200 mAh. With that, this is more than enough for a 90-minute cleaning session. Thanks to smart mapping the vacuum will efficiently navigate its surroundings and won’t clean the same area twice. Just like the Roborock S6, the 360 S6 will detect when it’s running out of battery and go to the charging station to juice up.


 360 S6: battery life 

Roborock S6 vs. 360 S6: the verdict

Out of the two, Roborock S6 definitely seems like the more powerful smart home helper. With that, it is also a significantly more expensive one coming at $600. The 360 S6, on the other hand, can be yours for a much more modest price of $329.99. While offering slightly difference performance when it comes to cleaning, both robots are more than capable of keeping your home dust-free. There is no denying the convenience of having a voice controlled device like the Roborock S6, but if this is your first time experimenting with smart vacuums, the 360 S6 offers many of the same features for much less.

 

 

 You may also want to read:
Roborock S6 vs Xiaomi Roborock S50: Which is Better to Buy?
Roborock T6 vs. Roborock S5: smarter mapping, efficient noise reduction design and brand new sweeping experience
Roborock T6 hands-on review: a smarter robot vacuum cleaner with all-round upgrade from inside out

 

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