Working Area 3200 m², Headlights, Timer Setting, Display, Cutting Width 24 cm
Working Area 600 m², Display, Timer Setting, Cutting Width 22 cm
Working Area 1000 m², Display, Timer Setting, Cutting Width 22 cm
Intelligent, easily programmed, and reliable robotic lawnmower
Working Area 600 m², Display, Timer Setting, Cutting Width 17 cm
Working Area 1500 m², Display, Headlights, Timer Setting, Cutting Width 22 cm
Working Area 600 m², Timer Setting, Handle, Headlights, Cutting Width 22 cm
Working Area 3500 m², Timer Setting, Headlights, AWD, Display, Cutting Width 22 cm
Working Area 500 m², Display, Handle, Timer Setting, Rain Sensor, Cutting Width 16 cm
The robotic lawnmower cuts the grass through mulching, which means that the grass is cut into very small pieces and disappears back into the lawn. There is a mower motor underneath the lawnmower where blades rotate at high speed and cut off the grass. Through a built-in computer, the robot controls itself to navigate right on your lawn, and it uses associated hardware. For example, it can be with GPS and through the restriction loop that you put around your lawn. When the robot starts to get tired and run out of battery, it goes back to its charging station and charges itself.
If you want to avoid the lawnmower going into bushes and flower beds, it may be useful to pull the cable around these as well. However, remember that it is the same cable that should go around the entire area. So if you want to surround an obstacle, pull the cable from the edge of the lawn into the area to surround the obstacle, then pull the cable out to the border again and continue around. The robotic lawnmower is programmed so that if the cable is double, it will only pass it, while it perceives a single cable as a fence and then turns.
You will get to know both your robot and learn when the time comes, but usually, it is around September-October. So it's time to pack up your robotic lawnmower when the grass stops growing, which happens when autumn comes. This also makes the lawn softer, so if you have a heavier robotic lawnmower, it risks damaging the grass. Don't forget to clean the robot with a damp cloth and take the opportunity to replace the blades so that the robot is ready for next the season. To keep it in good condition, the lawnmower should be stored in a heated storage area.
When choosing robotic lawnmowers, you should consider the size of your lawn. It can be difficult to estimate the size exactly, but if you are unsure, it is better to choose one that can cope with a larger lawn. The larger the lawn the robot is adapted for, the faster your lawn will be finished mowed. The models adapted for larger lawns are also usually equipped with a larger battery, which means that they can cut longer batches on one charge.
Which robotic lawnmower is the best depends entirely on the type of robot you need, and it is all about how your garden is built and what size it is. It's a good idea to read reviews and see what others think, so if you want to get some help along the way, you can read our robotic lawnmower test.
If the mowed grass becomes yellow at the top or a bit jagged, it is a sign that it is time to change the blades on the lawnmower. How often this needs to happen depends, of course, on how often you use the lawnmower, but usually, the blades need to be replaced about 2–3 times per season.