The Best Robotic Lawnmowers – tried and tested by the Telegraph

    Robomow' Automowers can make gardening less of a chore, with robotic technology, unique cutting techniques and low maintenance costs.

    30 March 2013

    the Telegraph.PNG


    Robotic Mowers vs. Walk-Behind Mowers

    Mowing the grass is not a popular chore. It’s dull and time-consuming – even our children don’t enjoy the task, despite the promise of pocket money. Robotic mowers are becoming a popular choice amongst many homeowners who want to have a well-maintained lawn without having to cut the grass themselves.

    more »

    A Grass Allergy Shouldn’t Stop You from Having A Beautifully Maintained Lawn

    Grass allergy is a common affliction which occurs throughout spring and summer. Being allergic to grass is often mistaken for hay fever because the symptoms are very similar. Grass allergy can also occur in a way similar to asthma.

    more »

    The Truth about Grasscycling and Thatch

    To most people, the idea of leaving loose grass clippings on the lawn after mowing means an unsightly garden or, even worse, a garden prone to thatch. However the loose clippings which result from GrassCycling (or mulching) are entirely unrelated to thatch. In fact, a mower optimised for GrassCycling is likely to eliminate any thatch already present.

    more »

    Get Your Garden Ready for the Spring

    Winter is almost over and your lawn can stop struggling with wintry showers – it’s time to get your garden ready for spring. Unless you want to suffer for the rest of the year, it’s really worth investing time into preparing your lawn.

    more »

    Best-Selling Robot Lawnmower


    Best-Selling Robot Lawnmower
    Guiness world-record

    Lawn-care in an age of robots

    Discovery Channel Logo

    By Shannon Bentley
    Now I can check one thing off my "to do" list. I don't have to worry about mowing the lawn anymore. The Robomower can take care of it for me. 

    Mowing on Autopilot

    Design News

    By Charles J. Murray

    With the introduction of the RoboMower in the U.S., two Israeli inventors may have opened a new door to the fledgling home robotics market.