Hobot Legee D7 launches and it’s ready to sweep away the competition

It’s here, it’s fast and it’s smart, it’s the new Hobot Legee D7 vacuum mop 4 in 1.

Weighing less than man’s best friend, this vacuum mop might just be the key to easy living.

Taking on a number of robot vacuum cleaners, this Hobot Legee D7 is tailored to take on your carpets, hardwood floors and other surfaces, making your life a little simpler, easier, and more comfortable.

Robovacs – a term coined at the launch of the next wave in robotic and vacuum cleaner technology – were designed to handle all that floor cleaning, with no supervision.

The award-winning Hobot Legee D7 vacuum mop, has answered your floor cleaning prayers as it scans your house, is operated through an app, and mops and vacuums.

The D-shaped robot, is designed to have much wider coverage and edge coverage than a round robovac.

This new D7 has been upgraded to have a tangle-less design with an additional front suction vent to allow it to suck up pet hair without fur getting tangled.

If you have different surfaces, like myself, the Hobot Legee D7 will move from wooden flooring to tiles in one swoop as it has been tailored to climb 20mm sills, where many other robovacs battled.

APPs and Connection

The Legee D7 is operated using an app, compatible with both iOS and Android.

The robovac allows users to leave it in a room as it scans the area to deliver silently while you do other important things.

Solenco director Trevor Brewer says this D7 leaves the air in the room smelling fresh and cleaner.

“Two features set this new robot vacuum apart from the others: the all-terrain vacuuming and mopping feature which makes carpets and hardwood floors equally accessible on the same cleaning run, and the smart-mapping technology, which literally maps your home and cleans accordingly.”


The Hobot Legee D7 has a floor type sensor which lifts the mop plate 6mm off ground when it senses carpet and water spray stops.

It comes with WiFi 2.4 and 5Ghz connection or you can Wi-di (direct connect) to your smart phone by hot spotting.

The D7 maps out your home on it’s first run and you can store up to five maps, considering you have a two story home.

It has voice control capabilities using Google or Siri.

It has cliff sensors, which stop it from falling down the stairwell.

It can remove more stains due to its mop plate which exerts a 600g pressure.


The Hobot Legee D7 sells at R8 999 sneaking just between many of it’s competitors – price wise.

Solenco is the company solely responsible for the exclusive import of the hobot.

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Feature image: Solenco

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