Will I need a lawn mower as well?
No, our suggestion is to use a trimmer to cut the corners and places SmartRobby does not reach.
Will the mower cut the grass in rainy conditions?
Yes, SmartRobby is supposed to cut grass in all type of weather and is designed to handle wet conditions. It is however recommended to bring the mower inside in extreme weather conditions, such as torrential rain and storms.
How can i mow my lawn evenly if it is set in different size areas?
You can do it by setting mowing schedule for different areas on SmartRobby dashboard.
Will SmartRobby cope with my uneven lawn?
Due to the large driving wheels, SmartRobby can cope with uneven surfaces very well. It also handles slopes up to max 30° incline.
Can SmartRobby cope with narrow passages?
Yes, SmartRobby can handle narrow passages down to 60 cm width, however to work effectively we do recommend passages not less then 2m in width.
Can SmartRobby detect objects such as clothes or toys lying around on the lawn?
No. It is up to the owner to keep the lawn surface free from objects. Any object that is small enough for SmartRobby to pass over may be damaged, as well as cause damage to the machine’s blades. Make sure your lawn is clear of small objects before operating SmartRobby.
What about pine cones, tree branches and fruit on the ground?
To maximise the life of the blades these types of objects should be raked or collected regularly. They will not damage the mower, but the blades will wear faster. Tree branches may also damage or bend the blades resulting in a poor cutting performance.
I have a nice flower bed and trees that I want to protect. Is that possible?
Provided the wire has been installed correctly around your flower bed, tree, shrub, or other object, then SmartRobby cannot damage it or intrude into that area.
How does SmartRobby handle very long grass?
If the grass is very long and thick you should raise the cutting height and then gradually reduce it to the preferred level. In very extreme conditions the lawn may need to be cut by a conventional mower before SmartRobby takes over.