Put your feet up and doze in the sun instead of pushing the lawnmower around. Sound good? Then maybe you should think about getting a robot lawnmower. Robot lawnmowers are great as regular cutting makes lawns thicker and more resistant.
The technically impressive robot lawnmowers do almost all the work themselves. The smart technology makes the robot return to the power station to recharge when its battery is low. All you have to do before first use is to run the perimeter wire so the robot knows where the lawn ends and the flower bed begins. However, all robots leave a tiny uncut edge.
The robot’s blades only cut a few millimetres at a time. These grass clippings can be left on the lawn and will provide it with nutrients (mulch method).
Not all robot lawnmowers are suitable for every kind of garden. When selecting a model, the size of the lawn and possible slopes should be kept in mind. Very steep slopes (around over 20°) limit or disable the use of robot mowers.
Further criteria for choosing the right model are the minimum width of paths, height-adjustable cutting length, noise emission and space requirement of the base station.
Husqvarna - Automower 315X (1600m²)
Gardena - Sileno City 250 (250m²)
Bosch - Indego S+ 700
Husqvarna - 305 AUTOMOTIVE POWER (600m²)
Gardena - Smart Sileno life set (750m²)
Gardena - Robotic lawnmower smart Sileno city 500 (500m²)
Gardena - Sileno city (250m²)
Husqvarna - Automower 105 (600m²)
Gardena - smartsystem smart Sileno mowing robot 1906 (500m²)
Gardena - Smart system Start Set (500m²)
Worx - Landroid WR141E (500m²)
Husqvarna - Automower 310 (1000m²)
Worx - Landroid WR130E (300m²)
Gardena - Sileno city 500, CH Version (500m²)
Worx - Landroid WR143E (1000m²)