Dreame’s DreameBot D9 Max has 4,000 Pa of suction power and it can mop too!

The dawn of a new era in home cleaning?

In the not-so-distant future, Dreame's latest DreameBot D9 Max robot vacuum cleaner is poised to make its entrance into the world of smart home technology and hit the shelves in India. Now, will this robot redefine the very essence of a pristine home, we shall see. Until then, check out its specs and features.

The DreameBot D9 Max boasts 4,000 Pa of suction power with four adjustable levels of suction. Plus, it is equipped with LiDAR navigation so it can manoeuvre around your home and catch dirt from those hidden spots. With a 570-ml dust tank, we expect it to handle cleaning sessions without breaking a sweat. Plus, it offers app support, putting cleaning control right at your fingertips.

Powered by a 5,200mAh battery, the DreameBot D9 Max is primed to tackle expansive spaces. And, when its battery levels dip, it autonomously makes its way back to its charging dock for a quick recharge. Once re-energized, it picks up right where it left off.

The bot cleaner also moonlights as a mop. With a built-in water tank of 270 ml capacity (that's about 0.04 gallons), it caters to your preferences by maintaining the moisture level for the mop pad. For the unversed, this robot vacuum cleaner made its debut in May 2022 in China, and now, it's ready to hit global markets, promising a new era of convenience and cleanliness. Circle back here to know more about this robot cleaner.