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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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  • Lawnbott LB3210 Robot Lawn Mower
    feature packed, sophisticated robotic lawn mower
    Review by Sandra
    Pros:
    Small size & Lightweight
    Can accurately cover up to 1.25 acre lawns (gives the LB3510 stiff competition)
    Proven reliability - been on the market internationally for over 10 years
    Comes with a remote control
    Lithium battery technology
    The most advanced robotic lawn mower available next to the LB3510
    Cost less than the LB3510 but has same cut quality and share many features
    Can handle 4 mowing zones automatically
    CPSC accepted

    Cons:
    Docking station must be placed in the largest mowing area
    Thick St Augustine lawns can be a problem for the LB3210, but not the LB3250
    Remote control has a limited range of 20 feet
    One-time installation can take several hours to complete
    (Posted on 9/22/14)
  • Lawnbott LB3510 Robot Lawn Mower W/ Brushless Motors (Open-Box)
    most sophisticated household robotic mower
    Review by Sandra
    The LawnBott LB3510 & LB3550 is hailed as the most sophisticated household robotic mower on the market today. It improves over the LawnBott Evolution LB3210 in many ways.

    If you want the best, the LB3510 is the smartest choice. Not only is it the most flexible robotic mower available, but it is easy to use, works on all grass types and on most lawns – small and large.

    Installation is simple enough that anyone can do it. But to make it easier, we have compiled an exclusive list of tips and advice that is not found in the manual. When using our LawnBotts.com Tips and Advice guide and our illustrated perimeter wire plan, you can install your LawnBott like an experienced professional.

    The bottom line: We are very impressed with the LawnBott LB3510 robotic lawn mower. From time to time, a customer will ask which is our favorite robotic lawn mower. Our favorite is the LawnBott LB3510. It has all the bells and whistles, and is the most powerful and flexible robotic mower available today. Only time will tell if it will last the estimated 8 – 10 years of trouble-free life, but judging from how sturdy it is built and how well the previous generation LawnBotts are holding up, it will be no surprise to us if it easily exceeds 10 years. Also, since it is so easy to repair, this LawnBott will last forever.

    Congratulations for a bot well done.
    (Posted on 9/22/14)
  • Robomow RS612  Robot Lawn Mower
    Awesome
    Review by Kevin
    Took a week to plan the install but everything works as described. Height max is 3" so won't keep grass cut at a real high height. So far so good.
    (Posted on 8/18/14)
  • Robomow RS630 Robot Lawn Mower
    Greatest
    Review by Mathison
    My Robomow is the greatest. Thanks.
    (Posted on 7/30/14)
  • Robomow RS630 Robot Lawn Mower
    Works Great
    Review by Scott
    I bought a Robomower from you, it works great.
    (Posted on 7/25/14)
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Posted on September 16, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under Drone, Industry, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

Drones / UAVs are becoming very popular; the onboard flight controllers are increasingly intelligent and capable, prices for UAVs are dropping and people of all ages are becoming involved. Even small UAVs which fit in your hand can easily reach several hundred feet above the ground and the technology has quickly surpassed any regulations which [...]
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New Robomow Robot Lawn Mowers Getting Rave Reviews

Posted on July 25, 2014

By Julie Gendron & filled under 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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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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