Proscenic M7 Pro Review & Comparison With Xiaomi Roborock Q7 Max

Review Proscenic M7 Pro, the “killer” Roborock Q7 Max 2022. Today we will look at a fairly cheap, but at the same time powerful & really smart robot vacuum cleaner Proscenic M7 Pro with lidar version 4.0 and the ability to connect a base for auto-upload. Also, by tradition, let’s compare it with our standard Xiaomi Roborock Q7 Max and other Chinese robots. Proscenic M7 Pro can rightfully be called the Xiaomi Roborock Q7 Max killer. What are its main advantages? A cheap but very smart robot vacuum cleaner. Let’s figure it out.

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So, the robot is delivered in a conventional, with a fairly compact cardboard box without colorful printing. By the way, his younger brother Proscenic CocoSmart 880L was delivered in a similar box. On the side of the box are brief specifications for the robot. There is a convenient plastic carry handle on top. The box opens up like a box, which is very good and allows you not to suffer from removing the substrate on which all the components are located. The adhesive seal has a convenient strap for peeling off without damaging the box.

The kit includes a large instruction with translation into English, several quick setup manuals, a charging dock, a power adapter with a cable, a spare filter, a remote control, two 3A batteries for it, two spare brushes, a tank for wet cleaning with a reusable cloth, a dozen disposable wipes for wet cleaning, four spare valves for drip water supply and the robot vacuum cleaner itself. By the way, Proscenic M7 Pro has the ability to connect an additional charging base with auto shipment, which can be purchased separately.

Base for auto shipment from AliExpress

The robot is made of a fairly high-quality black plastic that combines matte and glossy textures. On the front bumper is the main sonar, which detects obstacles along the front. On both sides on the sides there are wall proximity sensors. This is a big plus, since similar robots have only one side sensor, which, as practice has shown, affects the cleaning speed. The Proscenic M7 Pro is equipped with a lidar with navigation version 4.0, which really works well in practice, and this is not some kind of marketing ploy. At the first connection, the laser rangefinder outlines almost the entire room and with the objects in it. Also, one cannot fail to note the huge lidar lenses, by which even an inexperienced user can understand that this is a really high-quality device.

On the top of the robot there are two rubberized buttons for turning on the device and sending it to the charging station. They are tactilely pleasant to press, but do not have any backlighting. The glossy plastic of the top cover is very brand and not practical, but it perfectly, like in a mirror, reflects the interior of an apartment or house, which looks as impressive as possible.

At the back there is a container for collecting trash, a grill for blown out exhaust air and a speaker speaker. There is also a Reset button recessed into the case. For the convenience of removing the container, a spring-loaded button is provided.

The bottom of the robot looks very familiar with the exception of the presence of two contacts for charging both in the front and in the back in case of connecting the base for auto-shipment. Modular wheels of small diameter with very quiet engines. Despite the low clearance of the robot, it easily overcomes thresholds of up to 2 centimeters. It can also be noted that the side brushes are not just fixed until they click, but are screwed on. The turbo brush is made in a combination of silicone paddles and a fairly stiff bristle. It is on a floating sole, which works out all the bumps well. I also want to note the really high-quality height sensors that coped with my test of cleaning a bed with sagging edges. Despite the low cost of the robot, he did not save at all on materials and sensors.

The waste collection container, in addition to a check valve for the collected dust, has an auto-discharge valve. An interesting solution was a transparent cover for servicing consumables. Under the cover there is a HEPA filter complete with a foam pad. The third level of protection is a very fine nylon mesh, which ensures that the filter is practically not clogged. Also pleased with the solution was the storage of a brush for cleaning consumables of the robot, which is recessed into the container itself.

Now let’s go directly to the application and cleaning algorithms. To begin with, I would like to note that the robot really cleans the premises very quickly and overtakes the Xiaomi Roborock Q7 Max in cleaning speed. Below you can see the cleaning times for one room and the entire apartment of Proscenic M7 Pro and Roborock Q7 Max.

The suction power is regulated in three levels: quiet, standard and turbo. I am glad that the robot plug-in is presented on one screen and you do not need to fall into the additional menu to manage the main functionality. In the cleaning settings, you can select a relatively new function of wet cleaning, in which the robot will move with the letter “Y” thereby rubbing the floor. Otherwise, everything is pretty standard. You can divide the rooms on the map, but it works a little crookedly, and it is not necessary. Naturally, you can set a cleaning schedule and automate the process.

To summarize, I can say that for its money the robot is simply excellent and does not need any smart wet cleaning, since everything is decided by the quality of navigation and the work of algorithms. At the moment, this is a robot with the highest quality and clearest navigation among all that passed through my hands. That is why it can rightfully be called the killer of the Roborock Q7 Max, both in terms of price and in terms of speed and quality of cleaning. I hope you found the review useful and you make the right choice. Good luck and good mood to everyone.

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