The Roborock H1 washing machine can also dry clothes. (Image source: Roborock)
The Roborock H1 washing machine and dryer was presented in China. From the popular robotic vacuum brand, the device uses low-temperature airflow to carefully dry delicate clothes without damaging them. An algorithm also determines when the drying cycle should end to save energy.
Roborock has introduced the H1 washing machine, thereby expanding its smart home product range. The company, known for its robot vacuum cleaners, launched the new device in China. Zeo cycle low temperature drying uses warm air circulation to remove water from the fabric. This technology enables the washer-dryer to gently dry delicate materials such as silk and wool without the clothes shrinking.
Another smart feature of the H1 washing machine is a built-in algorithm that automatically stops drying when the device detects dry clothes, saving energy. You can choose from 25 washing and drying modes, and the machine also has a self-cleaning function. You can select the settings of the device on the touchscreen or in the dedicated app. When washing, the washer-dryer can be loaded with up to 12 kg; The drying function can handle up to 7 kg (~15.4 lbs) of clothes. The two-in-one device is available in black or white and is 875 mm high.
You can now pre-order the Roborock H1 washing machine in China at the reduced price of 5,999 yuan (about US$874) with a deposit of 100 yuan (about US$15). When this pre-sale period ends on March 20, the price of the gadget will increase to 7,299 yuan (~$1,063). It’s unclear if or when Roborock might bring this new product to other markets.
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