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.
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?
Can a robotic lawnmower mow well on uneven, difficult surfaces?
Many gardens have little in common with uniformly flat lawns. Instead, there are bumps and other uneven surfaces in the terrain that make mowing a real challenge. How well does a robotic lawnmower cope with such terrain structures, and what cutting results can be expected?
Can the robotic lawnmower mow multiple areas or zones?
Hardly any garden has only one large lawn area. Usually, there are other smaller zones in addition to the main area which the robotic lawnmower should mow just as often, of course. But how does the robot know when and how to approach these areas? There are different options for mowing multiple zones.
How do I maintain a robotic lawnmower?
Robotic lawnmowers are characterized by their low maintenance requirements. In principle, maintenance is limited to regular cleaning and the replacement of worn parts in order to enjoy the device for a long time and to maximize its service life.
How often should a robotic mower mow?
While the greenery is trimmed with a classic hand mower every 5-7 days during the growth phase, a robotic lawn mower is tirelessly in use and only cuts off the tips of the grass blades each time. To ensure that these are not too long and quickly decompose into mulch, a regular mowing interval is important. But what is the right frequency with the robotic lawnmower?
How often does the robotic lawnmower need to be charged?
The question of how often the battery of a robotic lawnmower needs to be charged is of great importance to many garden owners. After all, this factor is one of the deciding factors for the efficiency of the device. The more often the robot heads to the charging station, the longer it takes to mow the entire lawn.
How long does the battery of a robotic lawnmower last?
The performance of the battery is a decisive criterion for robotic mowers. After all, it determines how long the robot lasts before it has to make its return trip to the charging station: clearly reflected in the efficiency of the device. There is also the question of the entire service life of the battery, which is probably the most expensive expendable part when it comes to replacement. Hence, it makes sense to opt for quality directly at the time of purchase.
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