Best Robot Lawn Mower to Terrify Pets Confuse Neighbors
If you love your tech (and hate to mow your lawn), then you’re probably looking for the best robot lawn mower for your property. The dream of sipping your coffee and reading the paper while your happy little robot wanders around your yard manicuring your grass is easy to get behind.
And let’s face it – there will be some satisfaction in seeing the dogs who have been doing their business in your lawn for years bark in terror (and find a new drop zone) when they realize there is a futuristic, razor-blade wielding perimeter guard gliding across your property in stealth mode.
And watching Brad wrestle his push mower back and forth in his yard across the street on a hot summer day as you crack open a cold one and kick your feet back?
Well, that’s living the good life. (cheers, Brad!)
But beyond all the “cool” there’s the time savings. The cut may not be perfect compared to a traditional mower, but when you invest in a robotic lawn mower you’re buying your time back. And that time adds up over the course of a season of lawn care.
So, with that in mind, my pick for the best robot lawn mower is the Worx Landroid WR165.
It comes at a reasonable price point (for this product category), and offers homeowners a good mix of features and performance. It has a rain sensor that can detect wet conditions, overriding scheduled mowing until the weather gets warmer and your lawn dries off.
Do you like the idea of having a well-manicured lawn … without the hassle of mowing every week? Of course you do. And today I’ve got a list of top-rated robot lawn mowers sure to turn a few heads in your neighborhood. I’ll help you pick the one that will work best for you and your property.
My Favorite Robot Lawn Mowers
The Worx Landroid WR165 strikes an excellent balance between pricing and performance. It offers superb features like a brushless motor, excellent navigation through narrow passages, and seamless integration with a Smart home.
The Husqvarna Automower 315X has an intuitive interface that makes it very easy to use. It’s also Bluetooth-enabled, allowing you to control it remotely using the Automower Connect app. It also performs well on the lawn.
When it comes to battery-powered tools and equipment, Greenworks is one of the top brands. Their Pro Optimow 50H robotic mower can work non-stop for 2 ½ hours. Plus, it takes just a little over an hour to charge to full capacity!
How to Buy the Right Robotic Lawn Mower for Your Property
Buying a brand new robot lawn mower is not as easy as some people assume.
Sure, you can simply ask for recommendations from friends and colleagues. However, the best approach is to consider the specific features that meet your needs.
It’s also good to familiarize yourself with the mistakes that buyers typically make when choosing a robot lawn mower. on this below:
What to Look For When Buying a Robotic Lawn Mower
The most crucial factors to consider when buying a robotic lawn mower are:
My List of the Best Robot Lawn Mowers This Year
Here’s my list of the best robotic mowers for different lawn conditions and user preferences.
Still Not Sure?
Let Me Answer Some Common Buyer Questions
If you’re like many homeowners shopping for a robotic lawn mower, you might still have some questions. After all, this tech is still relatively new.
Below I’ll try to provide some more information about choosing and using lawn mowing robots on your property.
I’ll also help you out by explaining some tips, tricks, and things to consider when buying the best robotic lawn mower for your yard.
If you’re still on the fence, please explore my site. I have hundreds of in-depth articles on a range of topics about yard maintenance and lawn care, and I expect that you might find one that addresses your specific question or concern.
For now, here’s some further reading about robotic lawn mower products that might help as you make your final purchase decision:
Are robotic lawn mowers worth buying?
Yes, they are definitely worth buying for many homeowners with lawns that are relatively smooth and level. They make it easier to mow your lawn, cut down on harmful CO2 emissions, and will save you a chunk of time every week that you can use for other projects around your home (or naps).
Robotic lawn mowers have retractable blades and sensors that also make them safer to use than your standard mower.
Additionally, I find that they help to nourish your lawn by scattering very finely-chopped grass clippings which break down rapidly and return Nitrogen to the soil.
How does a robotic lawn mower work?
Most autonomous lawn mowers work in pretty much the same way. They use a set of spinning blades and a mapping system to keep your lawn looking pristine.
One thing you’ll find when you unbox most robot lawn mowers is a perimeter wire. This is meant to be laid all around the area that you’d like the unit to mow.
Once you’ve laid the wire, configure the sensors, cutting time, and that’s pretty much it. When the time comes, the bot automatically navigates across your lawn within the set perimeter, cutting grass to your desired height.
Do robot lawn mowers work on hills?
The majority of robotic mowers are capable of mowing hills and rough terrains. However, the degree of slope that a given unit can handle differs from one model to another.
For instance, the Husqvarna Automower 435X AWD can tackle slopes with a 70% gradient, and it’s the model I recommend for properties with hills. It just performs better than other robotic mowers.
This mower has a slick pivoting rear section and an all-wheel-drive design that make handling challenging grades a breeze.
Do robot lawn mowers work well?
Yes, robotic lawn mowers are extremely effective. The trick is to choose the right model for your property, and to make sure you don’t cut corners during initial set-up.
This piece of equipment cuts only the topmost tip of the grass, which results in very tiny clippings. It then distributes these clippings all over your lawn, allowing for the nutrients to be absorbed back into the soil.
So not only does it mow your lawn but also fertilizes it, which keeps your lawn looking vibrant.
The biggest downside to an autonomous mower is that you won’t get those iconic lawn stripes that so many of us love. These mowers zig-zag all over your yard in a seemingly random pattern, so at first it may look like you were doing some drinking before you mowed.
But rest assured – once your mower has been running for a few weeks on autopilot, you won’t notice the pattern very much because the height of your grass will normalize and these mowing paths will virtually disappear.
How big of a yard can a robot mower cut?
Robotic lawn mowers come in a variety of sizes. The light-duty models can mow a maximum area of a quarter of an acre.
Mid-size models offer a lawn coverage of half an acre. You can also find large robot mowers that can mow up to an acre or more.
For most homeowners, I recommend sizing up a bit for best performance (for example, buy the 1/2 acre model for a property that has a 1/4 acre lawn).
If you’re unsure of your lawn’s size, use my free lawn size mapping tool to get a precise measurement.
How much do robotic lawn mowers cost?
Autonomous mowers don’t come cheap. If you’re planning to buy one of these units, expect to pay at least 600 for a basic model.
advanced models cost upwards of 450,000 with some going for 5,000.
While some may balk at the hefty price tag of a robotic mower, consider the price of a traditional mower, the gas needed to operate it for a season, and the value of the time you’ll save every weekend by not mowing your property.
For many people the price starts to look pretty comparable to a traditional mower when viewed with this perspective.
Are robotic lawn mowers safe?
Traditional lawn mowers cause injuries for more than 37,000 Americans every year. So you might be wondering whether this robotic model is any safer.
Fortunately, it is. Its blades are completely enclosed underneath the machine. And if you try to touch the blades while they’re spinning, on most models they automatically retract.
Besides, it has sensors that can detect when the unit is being lifted or tilted. If it detects either of these actions, the blades stop spinning immediately.
Robot lawn mowers also do a fantastic job of sensing and avoiding obstacles – be that a tree, stick, or your child’s foot near their playset.
Safety is generally a big concern for homeowners, but if you look at the numbers, robotic mowers are far safer than your traditional lawn mower.
OpenMower: Open Source Robotic Lawn Mower With RTK GPS
Robotic mowers are becoming a common sight in some places, enabled by the cost of motors and the needed control electronics being much lower, thanks to the pace of modern engineering. But, in many cases, they still appear to be really rather dumb, little more than a jacked up bump-and-go with a spinning blade. [Clemens Elflein] has taken a cheap, dumb mower and given it a brain transplant based around a Raspberry Pi 4 paired up with a Raspberry Pi Pico for the real time control side of things. [Clemens] is calling this OpenMower, with the motivation to create an open source robot mower controller with support for GPS navigation, using RTK for extra precision.
The donor robot was a YardForce Classic 500, and after inspection of the control PCB, it looks like many other robot mower models are likely to use the same controller and thus be compatible with the openmower platform. A custom mainboard houses the Pi 4 and Pico, an ArduSimple RTK GPS module (giving a reported navigational accuracy of 1 cm,) as well as three BLDC motor drivers for the wheels and rotor. Everything is based on modules, plugging into the mainboard, reducing the complexity of the project significantly. For a cheap mower platform, the Yardforce unit has a good build quality, with connectors everywhere, making OpenMower a plug and play solution. Even the user interface on top of the mower was usable, with a custom PCB below presenting some push buttons at the appropriate positions.
Motor control is courtesy of the xESC project, which provides FOC motor control for low cost, interfacing with the host controller via a serial link. This is worth looking into in its own right! On the software side of things, [Clemens] is using ROS, which implements the low level robot control, path planning (using code taken from Slic3r) as well a kinematics constraints for object avoidance. The video below, shows how simple the machine is to operate — just drive it around the perimeter of lawn with a handheld controller, and show it where obstacles such as trees are, and then set it going. The mower is even capable of mowing multiple lawns, making the journey between them automatically!
Robotic mower projects are not new around here, here’s the mysterious TK with an interesting take, another using RTK GPS for good (or possibly bad) and quite probably the jankiest one we’ve seen in a while, which uses a LoRa base-station to transmit RTK corrections. We’d recommend keeping well away from that last one.
Posted in Robots Hacks Tagged autonomous mower, BLDC, gps, KiCAD, Raspberry Pi 4, Raspberry Pi Pico, RTK
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living in Houston, I’m excited for this. Not sure if it’d eat through my crap as-is but maybe if I did a regular mow before it gets really hot it could keep the HOA off me for the 35C times of year.
So long as you have your grass super short to start with and allow the mower to work long enough you will be amazed what they can do. In my country we have a grass that is basically thick vines and our Husqvarna robot handles it with ease. You should definitely do it. Our lawn is so much better now than with the ride on for a fraction of the cost and no effort.
GPS RTK – I did not know this was a thing. I did something similar a decade or more ago for surveying archeology sites. But this is better and must be investigated further! 1cm. Wow, how many great uses for this! (Note: I did not say “use cases” 🙂
RTK capable GPS receivers have plummeted in cost in recent years but they have been around in professional grade equipment for decades. I’d be a bit wary of their 1cm claims, though – maybe for a static receiver with a high grade antenna, but not in this sort of application.
DGPS is basically the same thing but a different method of distributing the corrections data. If you want to get up to date, navspark.com.tw sells budget RTK-capable GPS modules and provides simple user guides on how to set them up using Wi-Fi or even a transparent serial bridge to connect the modules together. Sparkfun sells a ZED-F9P module that does the same and assuredly has some simple guides on how to get started.
I am using two of these ubkox zed-f9p rtk gps modules for surveying. I have a accuracy of 14mm. Sparkfun has an excellent blog on how to set up a base station and a rover to achieve cm accuracy. What also surprised me is that there is cm accuracy even if I’m standing close to a building. The antenna I’m using costs around 50usd
As an owner of multiple ublox rtk modules, the 1cm accuracy is very real. There are plenty of YouTube videos you can find that confirm this. The fix can be lost under trees or near buildings, but when there’s a fix, the accuracy is quite impressive.
The mod I really want to do to a robot mower is make it solar powered since I don’t have a mains plug outside. Most of them take 20V 1A while charging and probably a lot less when idle so a solar panel and a 24v battery with buck converter should do. Problem is enclosing it all in a waterproof and aesthetically pleasing way.
I’m in Ireland and just got a Husqvarna 430X installed. No permanent mains power near the base, so I’ve a kit on the way from Germany with 3 x 140W panels, charge controller, 1,500W inverter and all cabling included. Just have to make a frame to put the panels on and I’m thinking of enclosing it behind the panels so the inverter and controller can hide there. Have to add batteries of course, I’m thinking 2 x 150Ahr as I have some at work spare. This is way more then the mower needs, but I will now be able to run my electric hedge trimmer and some garden lights easily enough. Fun project for the Summer!
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The best cordless lawn mowers in 2023
Looking for the best cordless mower? Browse our experts’ pick, from budget to premium models.
A lawn mower may be one of the first purchases we make when getting a garden of our own, but that doesn’t mean finding a good quality one is easy. There are so many models and brands on the market to choose from, including corded electric and petrol, but as their range increases and fall, cordless, battery-powered models are an increasingly popular option.
Light and compact compared with traditional petrol models, cordless mowers are simple to use, easy to manoeuvre around the garden, and have none of the maintenance and servicing needs or costs of petrol lawnmowers. Powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which charges up quickly and won’t lose power in storage, they’re also quiet and emission free.
To compare these cordless mowers against other types of mower, we’ve reviewed the best lawn mowers, robotic lawn mowers, electric lawn mowers and push mowers, too. And if your lawn needs a bit of attention, our experts have tested a range of the best manual and powered aerators and scarifiers.Keep edges looking neat with our pick of the best strimmers, the best garden shears and the best lawn edging, and if you’re thinking about somewhere to store your new mower, our comprehensive guide to choosing the best garden shed will be helpful.
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The best cordless mowers to buy at a glance
Cordless mowers. Buyer’s Guide video
Many thanks to Rosie Yeomans and Sparsholt College for their help in making this video.
Getting the best cordless lawn mower for you means ensuring it has the correct cutting width, range of cutting heights, and weight plus a battery run time that matches the size of your lawn. We’ve tested a range of cordless push mowers, putting them through their paces across a range of grass and terrains, to help you find the right one for your garden.
Each mower has a detailed list of pros and cons for clarity and has been rated according to set up and storage, handling, mowing and value for money. Every mower in our round up below has scored a minimum of four out of five stars, so you can buy with confidence.
In every review we award outstanding products our coveted Best Buy award. To see these and the others we recommend, browse our pick of the best cordless lawn mowers, below.
Best Buy cordless mowers
Husqvarna Aspire LC34-P4A
- Cuts even long grass with ease
- Battery level visible while mowing
- Small and compact for easy storage
- Part of the POWER FOR ALL cordless range
Part of the new Husqvarna Aspire cordless range, which includes a hedge trimmer, pruner and leaf blower, this 34cm mower is powered by an 18V POWER FOR ALL ALLIANCE battery and charger. These are interchangeable with tools in other leading brands such as Flymo, Gardena and Bosch so if you also invest in tools in these ranges, you’ll only need to buy the bare tool and won’t have different batteries and chargers taking up space in the shed.Great for small gardens the mower comes ready to go, there’s no assembly or handles to attach, and it folds down to a compact size when you’re finished, with a telescopic handle that folds completely flat over the body of the mower. It can then be stood up against a wall or hung up, and even comes with a handy hook. The 30l grass bag also flattens down to take up very little room and can be hung on the mower. The Aspire is light, with a carry handle so that lifting it up steps or into other areas is easy and it has an adjustable handle to suit different height users. It’s comfortable and easy to manoeuvre around the garden and has just four cutting heights to choose from, ranging from 25-65mm and changed easily with a single lever on the body of the mower. It cuts grass quietly and smoothly and has an automatic boost that increases blade speed when you’re mowing in tougher, longer areas that works well. You can hear it kick in when you push the mower into longer grass and unlike other cordless mowers that can cut out, just carries on cutting the grass. While you mow the battery charge level is always clearly visible so you know how much battery you have left and when it needs charging. It comes with a two year warranty and we awarded it a BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Best Buy in 2023 for ease of use.
Specs: Battery: charge time. 95 mins; run time. 500sqm. Cutting: width. 34cm; height. 25-65mm. Grass box. 30 litre.
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- Easy to assemble and use
- Comfortable padded handle
- Choice of mulching or collecting clippings
- Interchangeable battery with Greenworks 24V family
Ideal for smaller gardens this sturdy, great value cordless mower is easy to put together, well thought out and simple to use. Thanks to a padded handle it’s comfortable to push, although it did feel a little short for our taller tester, and it’s light and easy to manoeuvre around trees and beds and borders. There are five cutting heights to choose from, adjusted with the simple lift of a lever and it offers the choice of collecting clippings in the 30 litre fabric grass bag or inserting the mulching plug and leaving them on the lawn to break down and feed the grass. It mows well but doesn’t like very long grass, with the battery cutting out occasionally but its long lasting brushless motor offers a a decent run time of 46 minutes and it charges in two hours. Plus, as part of the Greenworks 24V family, both the battery and charger are interchangeable with all the other tools in the range, saving you money if you invest in more in the future. We awarded it a BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Best Buy for the best budget cordless mower in 2023.
Specs: Battery: charge time. 120 mins; run time. 46mins. Cutting: width. 33cm; height. 25-70mm. Grass box. 30 litre.
Yard Force LMG37A 40v 37cm
This sturdy mower has a 37cm cutting width and useful features including a rear roller for those much desired stripes. Awarded a BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Best Buy in 2022 for small to medium lawns, clippings are collected in the large 40 litre fabric grass bag. It offers a wide choice of seven cutting heights, from 25-75mm, and is easy to fold away at the end of the day. The 40V battery is quick to charge, taking just 50 minutes and when full it has the capacity to cut a 400m2 lawn.
Specs: Battery: charge time. 50 mins; run time. 400sqm. Cutting: width. 37cm; height. 25-75mm. Grass box. 40 litre.
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