|With the RL1000 RoboMower 21-Inch automatic cordless electric lawn mower and docking station, you can relax on your porch with your family instead of mowing the lawn. It is an eco-friendly, wallet-friendly and top-of-the-line fully automatic lawnmower that cuts grass all by itself within a boundary that you outline with a thin wire. After the initial wire setup, the Robomower can be easily programmed to operate on a preselected day and time and enters lawn from as many as 4 preselected points. The Robomower is designed for lawns measuring from 12,900 to 17,200 square feet. The unit will return to the Base Station for charging until the next scheduled operation after the mowing is done. Thus, you can have your lawn maintained even when you're busy or away from home. It also comes with an on-board charging, an LCD operating panel, a theft-deterrent system and a docking station for full automation.
The Robomower RL1000 is packed with user-friendly features that include an exclusive drop-and-go 24-volt battery that enables the mower to operate for at least four hours on a single charge. The Robomower has built-in knobby wheels that enable to tackle high grass and sloping or bumpy ground. Robomower’s 21-inch deck offers a 1.75- to 3.25-inch height of cut with its high-cut blades and 1.0- to 2.5-inch height of cut with its low-cut blades. The Robomower is fully weatherproof for all-season outdoor installation as it comes in a heavy-duty plastic and steel construction. It is UV protected and equipped with a rain sensor that prevents the Robomower from coming out of its docking station to operate during a rain shower. The unit is very eco-friendly as it does not simply cut your grass. It is equipped with a patented process called grasscycling that enables the mower to cuts grass into fine clippings and disperses the cuttings over the ground which makes these clippings to quickly decompose and release valuable nutrients and water into the soil. Also, it does not require gas, oil, tune-ups, or spark plugs.
Posted 2010-11-22 and updated on Nov 22, 2010 5:35pm by richard