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Robot Lawn Mowers

Robot lawn mowers are the modern replacements for manual mowers and operate quietly and autonomously while saving you time and money. Need help in finding the best robot mower for your needs? View our Robot lawn mower comparison table .


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  • Robomow RS630 Robot Lawn Mower
    Works Great
    Review by Scott
    I bought a Robomower from you, it works great.
    (Posted on 7/25/14)
  • Robomow RS630 Robot Lawn Mower
    Best robot yet
    Review by Scott
    I own pretty much every consumer robot out there, Nao, Roomba, Scooba, etc. This is one efficient robot. My lawn looks like a golf course now, it has never looked better. And you don't do anything once the wire is laid down. Schedules itself, docks, goes back out etc. I truly love this robot, great product
    (Posted on 7/18/14)
  • Robomow RM510 Robot Lawn Mower
    Tough, effective and time-tested.
    Review by Richard
    I received this mower this season. I correctly assumed it must be a good design if they still make these after 10 years, so I went ahead with it. But soon after it arrived, Robomow Inc released all new redesigned models for 2014... Buyer's remorse big time! But hold on, while the old RM510 doesn't come with all the bluetooths and apps that the newest models are boasting, not all is lost... This machine is just amazing.

    The tough build quality is the first thing you notice. The thick heavy plastics used in manufacture give the robot strength and rigidity unmatched by the newer models. The machine came with a home base, tons of green wire, 150 stakes, a robo-ruler, and information manual. Setup time was around 3 hours before it began to mow the edge and return to home base on its own.

    I have used this mower about a month so far. I run it manually several days per week, for the maximum time allowed. I'll admit, I did NOT expect it to do a good job. I was very skeptical.

    After setting the time and date, I let it get to work. It dutifully mowed the perimeter, then began to criss-cross the lawn, Roomba style! Robomow had made itself at home on my lawn in no time.

    How does it cut? It has a 6" blade that is very sharp and capable of a cut as low as half inch. It actually mowed my lawn for 3.5 hours straight, as I ran around with shovelfulls of dirt to fill in the dips. The results were not what I expected. It actually did a fine job and left the lawn looking like a carpet, with absolutely no clippings to be seen.

    I set the mowing height as low as it would go without scraping the ground, and the grass now looks like a golf green. There are no lines to speak of, it is so evenly and perfectly cut! This is the FIRST CUT of the season!

    They say this mower is good for 500 square meters, but I would say it cuts much more than that... and it will do it EVERY DAY... if you want. Even a huge yard would eventually get cut completely with that kind of coverage.

    Is this for everyone? Probably not. It takes some skill and patience to set up, and some maintenance and planning to keep the mower operating effectively and safely.

    Not everyone will like the accompanying price tag, either.

    Can it save money? YES! Imagine the TIME you will save NOT cutting the lawn? Calculated over the Robot's expected lifespan of 10 years or more, the savings in gas money and replacement lawnmowers will add up to a pretty number. And, I've already saved 9 hours of my life in the first week of use! 9 hours I would have never gotten back otherwise. Instead of constantly pushing a stanky, odor-belching gas mower endlessly, causing thatch and uneven lines in the lawn, now I can make the yard look even nicer by focusing more on the details.

    With summer being 3 months long in this part of Canada, for me it's a no-brainer to have a robotic lawn mower doing the most hated chore, which I consider to be... Mowing.
    (Posted on 6/10/14)
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New Robomow Robot Lawn Mowers Getting Rave Reviews

Posted on July 25, 2014

By Julie Gendron & filled under Consumer Robotics, Lawn Mower.

Robotshop has been selling robot lawn mowers for nearly 10 years but, they have never been as popular as this year with the new Robomow models. Robomow has taken more than 10 years of innovation, and tests in this industry in order to create the best robot lawn mower out there. Their hard work has paid [...]
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The Robowow Secret – The World’s First 3-in-1 Domestic Robot?

Posted on April 04, 2014

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic, Lawn Mower, Pool Cleaners, Vacuum.

A few days ago Robomow launched a humorous video introducing a new 3-in-1 Domestic Robot that mows your lawn, cleans your pool and vacuums your floors. They call it the Robowow. The only robot that can vacuum your home, clean your pool and mow your lawn! It’s no secret that creating Robowow proved to be [...]
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RobotShop Forced to Stop Selling and Supporting the Italian Lawnbott Robot Mower from Zuchetti Centro Systemi

Posted on January 18, 2013

By Mario Tremblay & filled under Lawn Mower, RobotShop.

For those who remember back to 2004, RobotShop was the first company within North America to offer the Zuchetti Ambrogio Evolution Robot Lawn Mower. Later in 2005, Kyodo America (KA) made an alliance with Zuchetti and became the head of distribution in North America, re-branding the robot as the “LawnBott.” Since then, RobotShop has been [...]
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Introducing Miimo, Honda Joins the Robotic Lawn Mower Market

Posted on August 22, 2012

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Lawn Mower.

Usually, when we think of Honda Robotics, we immediately picture the Asimo, their amazingly advanced humanoid. This might change next summer when Honda introduces a new robot: Miimo, a robot lawn mower. As described by Honda in their press release, the robot will feature adjustable cutting height and will use suction to straighten the grass [...]
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Spyder LB1200 Robot Lawn Mower Unpacked

Posted on May 09, 2012

By Coleman Benson & filled under Domestic, Reviews.

Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. Are you dreading mowing the lawn? Robot lawn mowers have been around for some time now, and almost all of them operate the same way. However, in the Spring of 2009 we all witnessed the latest revelation in lawn mowing technology with the Spyder LB1200. The [...]
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If you have an incredibly pale lawn and the scorpions are an entirely different color, there is a chance you can use ... The only robots we have which have docking stations are vacuums and lawn mowers, and a few indoor robots. If you want to have an outdoor docking station, you ...
2014-06-23 08:59 by CBenson
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At this time we have magnetic sensors and tape, but nothing which operates on a sinusoidal electric current. Some of the robotic lawn mowers we sold used that principle for perimeter wire. Hopefully someone here has experimented with that, and you may be able to find some resources online.
2013-10-21 08:19 by CBenson
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... or other). Usually you can adapt almost any robot with a microcontroller to WiFi control. 2. ... of any outdoor robots (aside from robotic lawn mowers) which have a charging station. 5. Be able to carry ...
2013-09-30 08:13 by CBenson
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... be a support nightmare. Not to mention the liability of selling flying lawn mowers... I cut myself pretty good testing the first version of this. :(
2012-01-19 18:05 by Robot Dude
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Did you get some results from the Drive Motor Sizing Tool?
Two important considerations are the incline the robot will need to climb, and if you plan to use lead acid batteries.
The P60 gear boxes should be good for most smaller sized lawn mowers.

Hope this helps,
2011-11-30 16:49 by CBenson
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allanonmage, the Domestic Robots -> Robot Lawn Mowers forum is for discussing products already on the market.
2011-10-22 17:49 by ForumAdmin
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... Drive Motor Sizing Tool seem fine. A 90 pound robot needs "significant" motors, especially moving ... motor controller. Note that the domestic lawn mowers we offer are significantly lighter than 90 pounds ...
2010-07-15 08:44 by CBenson
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Could it be that iRobot has patented the design for a robotic lawn mower that looks like a large Roomba? Note that not all patents lead to production products. Given that some Lawn mowers can use a perimeter wire while others detect grass... what would iRobot's use?
2009-09-09 15:57 by CBenson
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... mowed is? this will help in choosing the right lawn mower. The mowers we offer come in two types. Some operate using a ... requires you have something like a fence to keep the robot on your property or it will drive away while mowing. ...
2009-09-09 10:11 by Vayvazyan
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The robot lawn mowers seemed to be unhappy. Looks like they were pressuring Robotshop to get them into good homes :)
2009-04-28 16:43 by Richard
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... corporate headquarters. Under pressure by the robot mowers, RobotShop’s management also settles to extend ... [FONT=Verdana] Technology, is under siege by robot lawn mowers. RobotShop employees are still being held hostage ...
2009-04-27 17:28 by ForumAdmin
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Robot lawn mower and golf ball picker distribution agreement is established ... to offer the latest technology in commercial grade robot lawn mowers and specialized golf course robots. RobotShop and BelRobotics ...
2009-04-17 16:03 by ForumAdmin
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... Spyder LB1200, the first ever perimeter-free robot lawn mower. Boisbriand, QC, April 15th 2009 - RobotShop ... to offer the latest technology in domestic robot lawn mowers. The perimeter-free Lawnbott Spyder defies industry ...
2009-04-17 15:58 by ForumAdmin
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... values to select a motor then select the motor controller. Beyond that, robot mowers like the Robomow have a blade motor, bumpsensors and security devices (tilt sensors, ...
2008-08-07 09:24 by Jbrunet
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... RC world, you can get these from go-karts, weed-whackers, chainsaws, lawn-mowers, scooters, mopeds, and the list goes on. The only problem with these, is, I can't ever ...
2006-01-26 22:45 by NickReiser
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