Robomow’s robotic lawn mowers are strong, fast and easy to use, guarenteeing for a user-friendly, garden friendly and family friendly automatic lawn mower.
Which robotic lawnmower is suitable for which lawn size?
Before purchasing a robotic mower, the question always arises as to which model is best suited for one's own garden. The new garden helper should reduce the effort for lawn care to a maximum, deliver perfect cutting results and should interfere as little as possible while you relax in your garden. To ensure that all of these are achieved, it is first helpful to take a look at your own lawn size.
Which robotic mower is suitable for large areas?
A robotic lawnmower for the front yard is not suitable for a park-like area and vice versa. There is a reason why robotic lawnmowers come in different models. Not only pure areas but also other environmental variables distinguish small and sprawling gardens from each other. But, what exactly distinguishes a lawn robot for large areas?
Which robotic lawnmower is suitable for 5,000 m²?
A lawn area of 5,000 m² and more goes hand in hand with a considerable amount of work for lawn care: at least if you don't own a robotic lawnmower that makes the job noticeably easier. With the choice of a suitable device and robot-friendly garden design, the garden helper takes over almost all tasks from mowing to edge trimming.
Which robotic lawnmower is suitable for 3,000 m²?
A robotic lawnmower only achieves perfect cutting results if the area output is suitable for your own garden. If you choose too little, the robot will not be able to mow the lawn evenly over a wide area unless it is running continuously. Conversely, an overly large model may not be maneuverable enough to reach small nooks and crannies. What is important in a robotic lawnmower for an area of 3,000 m²?
How to install the charging station of the robotic lawnmower?
The (comparatively small) amount of time required to install the charging station before the first start-up is a necessary evil in order to subsequently save a lot of time with lawn care. What needs to be taken into account to ensure that the operation of the new robotic lawnmower goes smoothly later on?
How does the robotic lawnmower deal with fallen fruit and the like?
Robotic mowers are in use from spring to late fall and are by no means continually supervised. Not every garden owner takes the time to search the entire area for foreign objects daily. In addition to leaves and small branches, nuts and fallen fruit can also get into the mower. Not all foreign bodies are problematic, though.
What is the ideal cutting height for a robotic lawnmower?
The question of the ideal cutting height for a lawn drives many garden owners crazy. And yet it cannot be answered definitively because not all lawn types are the same. There are even special rules that apply in summer heat. This makes it all the more important to take the required flexibility into account when buying a robotic lawnmower.
Does the robotic lawnmower need to be cleaned?
Daily use of your robotic lawnmower leaves traces. Leaves get caught in the wheels, grass clogs the blades or rain and sun cause the robot casing to look weathered. Regular cleaning therefore seems inevitable but can be significantly reduced at the time of purchase.
Can a robotic lawnmower get stuck?
A robotic lawnmower navigates with the help of sensors and reacts to bumps and other obstacles. These sensors basically tell the device that it is time to change direction. As a rule, this works without any problems - but not without exception. It happens from time to time that a robotic lawnmower gets stuck and cannot continue without help.
Is it possible to extend the perimeter wire or change it later?
The perimeter wire included in the delivery is no longer sufficient. Sometimes, due to changes in a garden design, new lawn areas are added or eliminated over time. In order for the robotic lawnmower to still be able to recognize all areas, it is necessary to adjust the perimeter wire. But is this possible?
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