Just like other Chibi-Robos, he is a cleaning robot by standard.
The design of this Chibi-Robo is not too different from the first two. His eyes are slightly smaller than the Chibi-Robo representing the first game. His plug is less round, lacking the small rings near the cord. The main design of the plug has more rectangular edges. The cord is thicker. His cap is slightly larger. His legs are closer to the middle. His signs are a green circle with white outlining, and a red 'X' with white outlining as well.
As a Chibi-Robo, he serves the Curator as he was built by Citrusoft to make people happy. Chibi-Robo cannot talk, but has "yes" and "no" signs built in him so he can answer certain questions, and also interact with characters in different ways. This Chibi-Robo is a very busy one, as he does work for the Curator and many others characters.
Unlike the past two Chibi-Robo's, This Chibi-Robo's initial battery can hold a maximum of 50 watts however through acquiring battery extensions from the Curator, This Chibi-Robo can increase its battery from 100 to 200 to 500, to infinite battery
- He is the only Chibi-Robo who was not included with a Chibi-House.