When laying perimeter wire above ground, it is important that the cable is pulled tight so that the robot does not accidentally cut it. Lawn nails are required at regular intervals for fixing the perimeter wire.
Lawn pegs are used to anchor the boundary wire firmly to the ground when laid above ground so that it does not bend over the turf. If the cable is not smooth and tight, there is a risk that the robot's blades will cut the cable, paralyzing the entire system. In order to avoid the subsequent troubleshooting - depending on the size of the lawn - it is recommended that the perimeter wire is carefully attached right away. The easiest way to do this is with a sufficient number of lawn nails. If the scope of supply is not sufficient for the lawn area at home, this product will provide additional supplies.
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