Robomow Help Center
RC Models If you want to cancel the setup process, press the STOP button continuously for 3 seconds. RS Models simply press the STOP button. You will see a question on the screen that says ‘Quit the setup process?’ Then […]
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 the similar sized lawns, it doesn’t have to mow in […]
Due to its heavy-duty steel blades, Robomow is the only robotic mower strong enough to perform a cut when the grass is relatively high. However, when mowing high grass during the first use or (for example), during the first mowing […]
RC and RX Models The LED battery indicators are as follows: Red is lit constantly – Charge the battery. Green is blinking – Battery is charging. Green is lit constantly – Battery is fully charged. Red/yellow is blinking while Robomow […]
IR Remote Control accessory (“the grey one”) is suitable for RS/RM models. Bluetooth Remote Control is suitable for RC/RS models (2014 an onward).
Yes. You can use the Remote Control (available as an accessory for RS and RC models or in the Robomow App for all Robomow models), to manually drive and mow anywhere. The Remote Control includes a safety function to prevent […]
The battery is maintenance-free but has a limited lifetime of 2-4 years. Battery life is dependent on the season length and how many hours Robomow is used. We, therefore, recommend adopting the frequency of mowing operations to the growth rate […]
We recommend periodically inspecting the area where Robomow will be used and removing toys and other foreign objects. However, there is no need to worry if Robomow encounters these objects during its work. Robomow’s excellent maneuverability can help overcome these […]
RS/RC Models Robomow RS/RC model’s mowing schedule is defined by three major parameters: Lawn area Inactive times Mowing frequency (Mowing Interval) The lawn area defines the required mowing time for your lawn – this is the duration of a single […]
Robomow is much quieter than standard push-mowers. The noise is less than 70 dB. If the Robomow is noisy, you may have a damaged or unbalanced blade.