Robomow – Voted No. 1 for Large Gardens

    We are delighted to announce the success of Robomow RS630 being voted No. 1 for Large Gardens by a recent Telegraph review.   The Head Gardener at Montacute House, a fabulous National Trust property in Somerset, was so impressed he has requested the robot-helper stay at Montacute for the summer grass growing season.   The mammoth task of keeping their beautiful lawns under control will now be that much easier, thanks to Robomow.  Visitors to Monacute can see Robomow RS630 operating daily for the rest of the season.

    30 March 2013

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    Measure the size of your lawn from the comfort of your living room!

    Measure the size of your lawn from the comfort of your living room 

    Robomow launches Robomap, the first and only online Google Maps based tool to determine the size of your lawn with just a few clicks.

    Robomow launches new robotic lawn mower RS 630 for domestic lawns of up to 3000m2

    Robomow launches new robotic lawn mower RS 630

    for domestic lawns of up to 3000m2 

    -       The strongest robot mower in the world -



    5 March 2013 - Robomow today launches the RS 630 - the latest member of the Robomow line of robotic mowers, for domestic lawns of up to 3000m². The RS 630 allows more free time to enjoy the lawn, because it mows faster. The RS 630 has been tested in extreme conditions on European lawns and is perfectly suitable for any domestic lawn.

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    ...Robot Mowers don't pick up cuttings and mostly meander almlessly arround your bacj garden cricket pitch until the job's done. 

    Tried and Tested

    Tried and Tested

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    Very own “Lawnmower Man” with his Robomow machines

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    Very own “Lawnmower Man” with his Robomow machines
    By Olive Ryan

    “They really are an excellent piece of machinery and I believe are the way of the future..." 

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