Roborock Qrevo MaxV: A worthy DREAME response! Even more powerful, more efficient and smarter!

Roborock Qrevo MaxV Roborock

Hey guys, welcome to Robotobzor! Today we’ll review the Roborock Qrevo MaxV robot vacuum cleaner. This is the highest model from the Qrevo line. The novelty has received several major design changes. The wipe holder now extends to the edge of the body for better contact along walls and furniture. The robot has been given an alternative control option via the proprietary “Hello Rocky” voice assistant. They increased suction power to 7000 Pa, introduced a more accurate object detection system with backlighting, so that the robot isn’t blind in the dark. And the camera can now be connected remotely from a smartphone to remotely monitor the house. The station and functions also got upgrades. Overall, its clear to anyone to see how much work was put in. Now, I’llI test the Roborock Qrevo MaxV, highlight the pros and cons, and then tell you what I think about it. Let’s get rolling!



The vacuum came in this branded box:

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Box

Aside from the vacuum itself and the station the box includes:

  1. A power cord.
  2. Two wipe holders.
  3. An extra bag for the station.
  4. And a manual.
Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Package


Now lets see how the robot looks! It’s round and comes in white.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: View from above
View from above

The right side of the robot has a wall sensor. In the center is a system of sensors for recognizing and carefully avoiding objects on the floor. The technology is called Reactive AI, seen in the previously released Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Reactive AI
Reactive AI

Next to the cameras are LED lights, which improve the robot’s visibility in total darkness. The robot stands 102 mm (4 In.) off the floor.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Height

On top of the housing is a control panel with two buttons. The lidar has a spring-loaded cover to prevent it from getting stuck under furniture.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Control panel and lidar
Control panel and lidar

The dirt container is placed under the top lid. The filtration system is based on the HEPA-filter, which is a tradition for Roborock.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Dirt container
Dirt container

There is a 80 ml (2.7 Oz.) water tank inside the robot, but it’s hidden. Water is automatically pumped into the tank at the station.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Rear view
Rear view

Let’s take a look at it from the bottom. It has 5 anti-fall sensors and a carpet detection sensor. There is one three beamed side brush, fixated with a screw.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Bottom view
Bottom view

The center brush unit is fluid. It houses a silicone turbo brush that disassembles on both sides to clean from hair and fur, like the 7 Series.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Center brush
Center brush

These wipes are pretty standard in design, but they’re made from denser material compared to others. They’ve got a more efficient structure too, which is proven by tests. What’s cool is, there’s this mechanism behind one of the holders (the right one) that moves the wipe out to the edge of the case. This gets rid of that annoying blind spot between the wipe’s edge and the baseboard, so the robot can clean the floor better along walls and furniture.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Extendable holder with napkin
Extendable holder with napkin

Oh, and the wipes automatically lift up when the robot goes onto carpets, returns to its station, or when the Roborock Qrevo MaxV heads to a specific room or cleaning area. Plus, they’ve increased the lift height from 7 to 10 mm (.27 to .39 In.).

We got some upgrades to the station too. They’ve made the ramp for the robot to drive up and the tray where the wipes are washed removable, which makes cleaning the station ten times easier.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Removable platforms in the station
Removable platforms in the station

They’ve also moved the garbage bag to the front behind the lid, with a capacity of 2.7 liters (.7 G.).

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Garbage bag
Garbage bag

Water tanks of increased volume. A tank for clean water for 4 liters, and for dirty water for 3.5 liters.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Water tanks
Water tanks

It’s worth adding that at the station the vacuum not only can self-clean and wash its cloths, but also to dry them with warm air. Moreover, they’re washed with 60 degree (140 degree F) water. That’s absolutely great!

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: The robot at the station
The robot at the station

But when it comes to connecting to utilities, we see some things come up. A special module is sold for utilities in China for the Qrevo, but it’s not clear whether it’s compatible with the new MaxV. The manufacturer provides its own special version of the station for connecting to the sewer and water supply. It’s 10 cm (.39 In.) lower and has a compartment for detergent, which of course is very cool. But it still sucks that you can’t just put an attachment on the station you already have.

Overall we can see some serious upgrades most of the problems that Roborock Qrevo had have been eliminated. Let’s keep going!

Technical features

Roborock Qrevo MaxV’s main features:

  • Battery Li-Ion 5200 mA*h.
  • Suction power up to 7000 Pa.
  • Work time up to 180 mins.
  • Cleaning area up to 300 sq.m (984 Ft.).
  • Dirt container 330 ml (11 Oz.).
  • Water container 80 ml (2.7 Oz.).
  • Obstacle size up to 20 mm (.78 In.).
  • Robot size: 353*102 mm (13.8×4 In.).


  • Clean water tank: 5 L (1.3 G.).
  • Dirty water tank: 5 L (1.3 G.).
  • Bag in station: 2,7 L (.7 G.).
  • Station size: 521*340*487 mm (20.5×13.3×19 In.).

We really only see a change in the suction power, which I’ll verify later. Everything else is untouched.


As for functions, the robot is controlled through the Roborock app. We should also see it being added to Mi Home, for those that want to integrate the robot into their Xiaomi ecosystem. Connection is simple and convenient.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: App control
App control

Roborock Qrevo MaxV’s main functions:

  • Self-cleaning in the station.
  • Wipe washing at the station with warm water.
  • Wipe drying with warm water.
  • Water refill at the station.
  • Object recognition system.
  • Remote home monitoring through the camera.
  • Saves multiple maps in memory.
  • Automatically zones the area into rooms.
  • Choose individual zones and rooms for cleaning.
  • Virtual walls and no-go zones (for mopping as well).
  • Regulates suction power.
  • Regulates cloth wetness.
  • User mode.
  • Cleaning log.
  • Cleaning schedule.
  • Automatic power increase on carpets.
  • Carpet avoidance while mopping.
  • Wipe lift on carpets.
  • Turbobrush lift on carpets.
  • Supports «Hello Rocky».

The new functions are highlighted, comparable with Roborock Qrevo. The Hello Rocky voice assistant deserves special attention. You simply give the robot a command with your voice, and it executes it. You don’t need anything else.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Hello, Rocky!
Hello, Rocky!

What’s cool is that they’ve added a remote home tracking function via the robot’s camera, which became a trademark within the MaxV line since the S6 series. You can either control the robot and watch the house in real time, or direct it to the desired point on the map. Now, you can even call through your robot with a microphone and speaker!


Video review:

Finally, let’s get to testing! First, let’s check Roborock Qrevo MaxV’s navigation in a room with obstacles. When it entered the room, the robot first circled around a box for some reason, then passed the perimeter, and finished off with a zig zag through the room. It went around through one of the legs of the clothes dryer, then went through the other. The robot also drove around all 4 legs of the chair separately, then returned to the station. The test was a success!

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Navigation in a room with obstacles
Navigation in a room with obstacles

As for the rest of the house, the robot goes through each room first around the perimeter, then it zig zags through the area. After each room is cleaned, as specified in the settings, the robot returns to the station and rinses the cloth, then returns to clean from where it finished. Everythings left clean, so the navigation was pretty good!

Object recognition system

We will separately test the object recognition system on the floor. For this I scattered household trash that could stop the robot from its regular cycle and go into error.

So in good light the robot avoided 4 out of the 6 objects I placed. It slightly hit the fake pet poo when turning around and moved the charger wire a bit. And both of these objects were recognized and displayed with icons on the map.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Recognition in good light
Recognition in good light

In total darkness the robot hit the same objects, but still avoided the other 4. Overall I can say that the robot is very accurate and the object recognition system works correctly, not perfectly like other brands, but still pretty well.

Suction power

As for the suction power, it actually turned out to be better. Qrevo MaxV sucked out dirt from cracks up to 8 mm (.31 In.) deep.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Suction power
Suction power

For everyday use this will be more than enough, but, for example, the Roborock S7 MaxV sucked out dirt from even 10 mm (.39 In.) cracks, which is respectively more powerful. This may be important for those who choose between these vacuums. As for the Qrevo, it’s weaker and sucked out dirt from a 6 mm (.23 In.) deep crack.

Vacuuming on laminate

The vacuuming quality of different types of dirt is good. Only some dirt stayed in corners where round robots can’t sweep out. All of the dirt is in the dirt container. And it’s important to pay attention to the fact that the center brush isn’t tangled with hair. This is a plus!

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Vacuuming

Carpet cleaning

The same dirt was scattered on a low carpet. And Roborock Qrevo MaxV cleaned the carpet thoroughly.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Carpet cleaning
Carpet cleaning

It’s also able to clean a medium carpet, but not as well.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Сlean a medium carpet
Сlean a medium carpet


The mopping quality is also good. The cloth presses well against the floor and absorbs the dirt. It doesn’t leave a narrow area along the baseboard, which is the weak point of most robots that I’ve reviewed. Thanks to the retractable wipe, the robot thoroughly cleans the floor along the baseboard. That’s a big plus!

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Scrubbing dirt
Scrubbing dirt

Scrubbing hard stains

As for scrubbing tougher stains, the robot could scrub even dried coffee and sauce stains. Yeah, not the first time, the tenth, to be exact. But it did its job nonetheless. Many competitors can’t even do it on the hundredth.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Scrubbing hard stains
Scrubbing hard stains

Mopping on carpets

If you’re planning to mop and you have carpets in your house, there are several modes you can choose for the robot. It can drive around them, it can drive in and touch the carpet with a wipe, and it can pick its wipe up on carpets as well.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Mopping on carpets
Mopping on carpets

Cloth cleaning quality

And right away I’d like to show you the efficiency of the station itself. Let’s start with the wipe washing quality. Even after hard tests, the napkins look much better after being washed at the station. This is propelled by the hot water. So with everyday dirt, the dirt is washed out under the pressure of the heated water.

The station itself is very easy to clean, all you have to do is remove the tray and rinse it.


Immediately after the messier tests I checked how well the Roborock Qrevo MaxV cleans itself. You can see that the container is full of dirt before coming back to the station. After self-cleaning, the container is completely cleaned. The results definitely vouch for this model.


This robot is a beast off-road. It’s able to cross 2 cm (.79 In.) thresholds without a scratch!

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Obstacles

Driving in dark spaces

Dark areas don’t stop this robot either. It went without hesitation over the black rug, no problem.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Driving in dark spaces
Driving in dark spaces


Well, as for the volume, it’s within 56-67.6 dB depending on the selected mode. This is easily a pretty quiet robot, given the power.

Roborock Qrevo MaxV: Volume


I extensively reviewed and tested Roborock Qrevo MaxV. Our evaluation system scored it 199 points which puts it fourth in the overall rating of tested robot vacuum cleaners at the time of the review. We now have more than 150 robots in it. And if I can confirm that the station can connect to the utilities with a module, the robot will get 3 more points and will share 3rd place with Dreame Bot X30 Pro with a score of 202 points. For reference, Roborock Qrevo scored only 174 points and ranks 12th, so serious work has been done by the engineers over at Roborock. I left the algorithm along with other tested robots in the description down below if you wanna check it out. Now, let’s gte to the pros and cons, and finally what I think about the robot.

I liked the following:

  1. Combined station for self-cleaning the dirt bag, washing and drying the cloths.
  2. Effective container and wipe self-cleaning.
  3. Full cloth drying drying with warm air.
  4. Wipe washing with hot water.
  5. Large tanks in the station.
  6. Maintenance-friendly station design.
  7. Object recognition system that’s not blind in the dark.
  8. Good navigation.
  9. Silicone turbo brush cleans hair and pet fur more easily.
  10. Wipe extends close to the baseboard.
  11. Wipes lifts when driving onto carpets.
  12. Turbo brush lifts while mopping.
  13. High suction power.
  14. Quality vacuuming and mopping on hard surfaces.
  15. Capable of scrubbing even difficult dirt.
  16. Lots of functions in the application.
  17. Remote home tracking when connected to the robot’s camera through the app.
  18. Hello Rocky voice assistant compatibility.
  19. Not afraid of dark spaces.
  20. Good off-road.
  21. Quality assembly and high brand credibility.
  22. Availability with full warranty and service support.

As for what could be improved, I found the following:

  1. Doesn’t completely get the dirt in the corners.
  2. The object detection system needs some work.
  3. I can’t tell for sure if you can or can’t connect this station to the utilities.
  4. The detergent isn’t automatically pushed to the robot.
  5. Some problems on medium height carpets.

Overall, I can say that Roborock Qrevo MaxV is a serious competitor and can deservedly be considered one of the best robot vacuum cleaners in 2024. It’s efficient, smart, autonomous and reliable. What more do you need? Definitely worth looking at!


On this note I’d like to end the review. If you still have questions, feel free to drop them in the comments down below. Have fun shopping, bye!

Alexander Miasoedov

The founder and chief editor of the project, an expert on the choice of robot vacuum cleaners.

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