In this Popular Mechanics article, Jim Zwack, vice president of the Davey Institute, shares advice on buying a robot lawn mower.
Robot lawn mowers are growing in popularity, and for good reason. While some people take pride in breaking out their riding lawn mower to mow the lawn, many of us probably prefer to relax on a perfectly warm day. Professional landscapers can help, sure, but that gets expensive, long-term. Why not just let a robot do the work for you?
The best robot lawn mowers take all the guesswork out of yard maintenance. Beyond automating the chore, they’re constantly roaming around, keeping your lawn level. Your grass stays freshly mowed, and you barely have to lift a finger. A robot lawn mower is a serious investment – a good one will likely cost between $1,000-$5,000 – but it saves you a ton of time and effort.
To read Jim's advice, click here.
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