ILIFE V7S Plus Review: A V7S Pro with a New Water Tank

ILIFEV7SPlusReviewILIFE has been busy revamping their product line right now.

First, it was the A8 then the V8S and now it’s the V7S Plus. At first glance, this robot looks exactly like the V7S Pro.

Both the V7S Pro and Plus are basically the same robot but with a few key differences. The first would be the bin. In the V7S Pro, the water tank only holds water.

The new water tank has a tiny bit of space for dry dirt.

That could mean that the motorized brush will still spin even with the water tank inside the robot.

It also has the i-Dropping technology ensures that water will drip slowly to keep the microfiber mop damp throughout the mopping process.

Another improvement would be navigation. ILIFE says that this variant will do better in terms of cleaning multiple rooms and going back to the dock. But we’ll find out in this review if that is the case.

A quick look at the features

  • Two in one functionality of a robot vacuum and mop
  • Twin side brush system
  • Double-V motorized brush
  • 11 IR sensors that help avoid bumping into furniture and falling off stairs
  • 300ml water tank
  • 600ml dry dirt bin
  • Run time of up to 120 minutes
  • Three cleaning modes – Auto, Edge and Spot
  • 1 year warranty


  • Quiet operation – you can barely hear this robot when it’s moving around
  • Decent performance on the areas it is cleaning
  • Large dirt bin means it’ll cover a large area without you having to empty it
  • Dual functionality of a mop and vacuum
  • Not as expensive as a Roomba 650


  • Still inefficient
  • In my cleaning test it did not clean an area
  • Short warranty

What to expect from the ILIFE V7S Plus?

Before I continue please watch this review I recorded…

This robot almost a replica of the previous ILIFE V7S Pro, the only difference would be the water tank.

The new water tank is a little bit different than the old version.

It has the same 300ml capacity but it has a little space to store dry dirt. I’m thinking that the motorized brush would still be on even at mopping mode.

Top View


Like the V7S Pro, it has the same pink and white exterior with a single button in the middle. Both the dirt bin and water tank load from the top door.

In terms of dimension, both the V7S Plus and V7S Pro are the same. It helps in terms of having a wider cleaning path but it hurts because it can’t go in tighter areas that smaller robots can.


Bottom view


Again, both the V7S Pro and Plus have the same design when you flip it over. The single side brush system will not do as well as a dual side brush system in terms of cleaning the edges.

But it makes up for it with the Double-V brush that does well on bare floor and low pile carpet.


If you look at ILIFE’s and GearBest’s product page, you’d think that this robot uses a predictable navigation pattern but it does not.

Like the previous version, the V7S Pro, this variant also uses a random navigation pattern.

In the cleaning test that I did, edge cleaning is excellent but it missed a spot. But if I’d have left it to run until the battery runs low, it would have cleaned it.

That’s the trade-off you have between a robot with a random and predictable navigation.

Remember that if you want something that’s as good as a Neato BotVac, you’d have to spend more than $500. And this robot costs half that.

Dirt Bin

According to GearBest this robot can hold up to 600ml of dry dirt. So that’s around 100ml more than the V7S Pro. But looking at both bins, it seems that both have a similar sized bin.

Water Tank

The biggest difference between the V7S Pro and Plus would be the water tank.

Just look at the two side by side…


If you look at the V7S Pro water tank, it fully enclosed while the V7S Plus has a small opening that I think is for storing dry dirt.


Since the robot only has one button, you’ll need to remote access the other features of the robot such as scheduling and cleaning modes.

The design is standard in all ILIFE robots. You’ve got the big play/stop button in the middle that gives you access to the default cleaning modes.

Below it is the plan and clock buttons that set the schedule and time respectively. The last row of buttons give you access to the different modes – spot cleaning, return to home base and edge cleaning (from left to right).

Cleaning Performance

To see how this robot does on bare floor please watch the latter part of the video above.

Overall, I like the way this robot performs on the areas it was able to clean. Out of the 40 grams of dirt, it was able to pick up around 37 out of the 40 grams. So if you compare it with other more expensive robot vacuums such as the Roomba 690 and Xiaomi, it isn’t far off.

Though it missed an area, it will eventually get to it. But that’s the biggest disadvantage of a robot with a random pattern – it’s wildly inefficient.

So take the good with the bad.

Product Specifications

Battery typeLithium ion
Charger typeCharging dock
Charge timeapprox. 5 hours
Water tank capacity0.3 liters
Dirt capacity (dry)0.6 liters
Run Time question mark120 mins
Net weight (with battery)6.61 pounds
Shipping weight13.3 pounds
Diameter13.39 inches
Height3.31 inches
Multi Room question mark
Self docking question mark
Remote control
Hepa filtration
Cliff detection question mark
Self adjusting question mark
Side brush
Full bin indicator question mark
Stair Cleaning
Cleaning sessions per week question mark7
Extra Filter2
Containment question markNone
Brush cleaning tools1
Accessories includedCharging base

A/C adapter

Remote (AAA-batteries included)

2 extra filters

1 brush cleaning tool

2 extra side brushes
Voltageauto volt
Manufactured inChina
Warranty1 year (learn more)

Where can I buy this?

You can buy this robot vacuum from Amazon for less than $300 and it’ll be eligible for their free 2-day shipping if you join Prime.

To wrap up

There really isn’t much of a difference between the ILIFE V7S Plus and the older V7S Pro.

Both have the same motor, size, cleaning performance and features. The only difference I see would be the water tank in the V7S Plus that has a little space for storing dry dirt.

Will that add-on affects mopping performance?

I don’t think so. If you’re looking for a decent robot vacuum with mopping functionality then the V7S Pro would suffice. It’s cheaper and has a bigger mop that’ll do better.

Decent Performing Robot Vacuum and Mop
  • Usability - 93%
  • Surface Cleaning - 92.5%
  • Quality - 91%
  • Design - 90%
  • Value - 90%


The ILIFE V7S Plus is a decent option for folks looking for a mid-priced robot vacuum that can do some light mopping. It isn’t as feature-rich as other brands such as the Roborock S25 that has the smart navigation feature, but it does the job. The double-V brush and the decent seal will do a decent job on surface dirt on carpet and hard floor.

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About the author: Garrick, the visionary behind Cordless Vacuum Guide, brings over a decade of hands-on expertise in cordless vacuum testing to his insightful reviews showcased on this platform. Beyond his passion for empowering consumers with informed choices, he cherishes precious moments with his family, exploring global cuisines and exploring different horizons with his beloved wife and son. Follow him on Youtube, Tiktok, Facebook, and Instagram.

  • Tan

    Hi, i would like to ask can i use the mopping cloth for v7s pro in my v7s plus?

  • Erin

    What about thresholds?

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