If you are a happy owner of a hut, a country house or some other lawn, then you probably know the problem of care. The most practical ones are simply planting herb beds on free land and see each grass as a weed, but there are also those who prefer a groomed "green carpet".
IRobot, known for the extensive line of robotic Roomba robot vacuum cleaners, launched its first lawn mower. Unlike the classic petrol monsters that you have to push in front of yourself instead of enjoying the loungers, the iRobot Terra Robot Mower is a compact, stand-alone electric appliance.
It's enough for the site owner to pinpoint their boundaries using special wireless columns, after which iRobot Terra will independently go to lawn mowing. Protected Technology Imprint Smart Mapping enables mower mapping sites, avoiding obstacles and not crossing their boundaries. You can manage iRobot Terra using the iRobot HOME App mobile app, where you can choose the cut mode you want and set the time interval for the activity.
As soon as the battery is reduced to a minimum, the robot automatically sends the charge to a special station. Creators say that iRobot Terra from a full charge can work for at least an hour, after which it will take two hours of charging. If the battery is empty in the middle of the planned route, the robot will continue charging independently and then resume the job from the same place where it was earlier.
The iRobot Terra model is made up of a waterproof case that faces the street life without any problems and is equipped with spring and front bumper blades to protect the body from obstacles. The sale of this electric lawnmower will begin in Germany this year, the beta program will begin in the US, and only then will commercial sales start, and the price has not yet been announced.
Source: Engadget, Roomba