Published at Sunday, 23 December 2018. How To. By Ivona Taga.
A robot lawnmower will essentially do about 90% of the job of cutting the grass - and the rest 10% is your responsibility to tidy yourself.
The first thing you have consider is the garden shape and size. If it is a little square, flat, patch then you'd be crazy to splash higher than $1,000 on one. Similarly, don't be economical if you've got a large, complex lawn, with gradients, ponds, flower beds and other problems for your robot to overcome. You might be going to have to spend north of $2,500 if you're in that boat. But well, you live in a house with a big garden, so you've obviously got lots of cash.
Whatever model you go for, it is necessary for you to be able to control it. Most robot mowers, if not all, come with a base-station which plugs in - so you're going to want some outside power. That base-station is the home of the lawn mower - it's where it goes charging itself - and so it should be easily accessible. Consequently, it will also probably be on-show a little bit. A robot lawnmower are quite thick beast, so think of having the one endlessly displayed which can affect the aesthetics of your garden.
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