How long does a Husqvarna Automower last?

How long does a Husqvarna Automower last?

The Automower blades don’t last that long — just 1 to 2 months, depending on use and the type of soil and grass you have. The Automower battery will typically last 2 to 3 seasons.

Are Automowers worth it?

While there’s a big initial outlay, a robotic mower will cost you less than $25 per year in operating costs. If you’ve been paying landscapers to keep your lawn looking like an emerald carpet, you’ll realize significant savings in a year or two.

How often should you change automower blades?

Husqvarna Long Life Safety Blades should be replaced every 6-8 weeks and Husqvarna Endurance Safety Blades every 3-4 months. Replacing your Automower® blades is relatively straightforward. If you’re not sure how to do it, it’s always best to have your Elite Automower® Dealer do it for you.

Why are robot lawn mowers so expensive?

Honestly, they’re so expensive because companies making them can sell them at such prices. Robot mowers are actually fairly simple pieces of machinery.

How big of a yard can a robot mower cut?

Light-duty or small robot lawn mowers are best for lots up to a quarter of an acre, or about 11,000 square feet. Midsize robot lawn mowers cut up to half an acre, or about 22,000 square feet. Large robot lawn mowers can cut up to 1 acre, or 43,560 square feet.

How often should my automower run?

You can set your Automower® to mow whatever time or times that best suits you and your needs. Whether that means letting it run 24/7 and only stopping to recharge, or whether that means running it at specifically scheduled times of the day is entirely up to you.

Are robotic mowers easy to steal?

The theft statistics for robot lawn mowers are very low, and it is likely that this is due to the combination of numerous security features, rather than one particular robot lawn mower security feature.

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