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The yearly cost is really low, almost negligible. The calculations below assume an average cost of $0.22/kWh, 6 mowing months per year in a garden of the max area of each given model. If your Robomow mows a smaller area, […]
Robomow can mow in rainy weather, but for the health of your lawn, we don’t recommend mowing wet grass. Since Robomow finishes the work faster than competing mowers designed for similar-sized lawns, it doesn’t have to mow in rain to […]
When battery capacity is low, Robomow automatically starts searching for the Base Station, where it will recharge and begin mowing again as needed.
The theoretical runtime of Robomow for a single charge varies from 40 to 120 minutes and depends on a particular model. However, the actual runtime may vary depending on the height and type of grass being cut.
Mowing in a random pattern ensures cutting from different directions. This produces a beautiful-looking lawn and a homogenous surface that always looks as if it was just cut. Additionally, a random mowing pattern leaves no uncut grass, making it the […]
This question is not relevant when using a robotic lawn mower, as the operational concept is different than with a standard walk-behind mower. While using a standard walk-behind mower, you have to wait until the grass grows and then mow […]
Robotic lawn-mowing is the primary focus of our company, and we have over 20 years of experience in the field. The following unique product features and advantages are what separate us from our competitors: Heavy-duty steel blades and a robust, […]
The Rain Sensor is a hardware device installed on the body of the Robomow mower. It is capable of sensing rainy or highly humid conditions. The sensitivity of the Rain Sensor can be adjusted in Robomow’s settings. In case a […]
Yes! “Robomow App” – the Robomow mobile application – gives you full control of your mower from the convenience of your smartphone. The Robomow App brings you a lawn mowing experience unlike any other. Wherever you are – on the […]