Robomow Help Center
In general, Robomow is suitable for any lawn shape and size that a walk-behind mower or sit-on mower can mow.
Most Robomow models have a unique ‘Edge Mode’. Robomow is the only mower that cuts beyond its wheel. Robomow is designed to drive on the very edge of your lawn, cutting the lawn’s entire edge for a superb, all-around finish.
Robomow operates a dedicated central Contact Center, which provides direct support for all Robomow customers. A Robomow service operator can identify the majority of faults using Robomow’s remote diagnostics tools (such as Remote Access via the Robomow App), and then […]
Click here to view the list of available accessories for your Robomow robotic mower. A printed list can be found inside the Operating and Safety Manual supplied with all Robomow products.
Robomow uses Grasscycling, which is the natural recycling of grass. It means cutting the grass into very small clippings that are buried into the roots of the lawn, where they decompose and act as a natural fertilizer. Grass clippings contain […]
Yes. You can use the Remote Control Accessory or Robomow App’s Remote Control function to drive Robomow to a remote grass patch and mow it manually.
Generally speaking, Brushless DC (BLDC) motors are more efficient, stronger, more reliable, and ensure a longer lifespan. There are numerous other advantages to BLDC motors, including low levels of maintenance, high output power, better heat dissipation, and lower noise levels.
Yes. Due to its heavy-duty steel blades, Robomow is the only robotic lawn mower strong enough to perform the first cut of the season, when the grass is relatively high. However, when mowing high grass during the first use or the […]
Your safety is important to us. Please take extra caution to keep children and pets off the lawn while Robomow is mowing. Although Robomow comes equipped with built-in safety features, Robomow has very sharp blades and can cause injury if […]
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