Sandra A. Olesen Lawn Mowers June 12th, 2018 - 16:58:43
Anyone who has seen the latest robotic lawn mowers in operation cannot help but be impressed with how far the technology has progressed over the past few years. Watching one of these silent workers as it automatically cuts any size lawn is really fun. Most people who see one in operation for the first time are amazed at how well the lawn is looked after and find it hard to believe that it is all done automatically. Everyone who has a lawn wants it to look immaculate. However in order to achieve that it normally involves a lot of work. This means spending a lot of time each week working with your present gas powered or other type of lawn mower using up your precious spare time over the weekend. Just imagine being able to enjoy every weekend playing your favorite sport taking the family out having a BBQ or just lazing around the pool and still have your lawn looking better than ever. It you hate wasting time regularly cutting the lawn then a robot lawn mower is ideal for you.
LawnBotts are quieter (mowing at night is not a problem) flashier and have more high-end options. They mow faster than RoboMowers and can handle a steeper grade. They are designed to mow more often and so take off the tips of the grass effectively mulching your lawn. Most owners really love their robotic mowers often giving them names decorating them or their docking stations and chatting about them in forums. They rave about how even if they were spending more money than they would with their gas or even a reel mower the convenience alone is worth the price tag.
If youve ever wondered how petrol lawn mowers work then youre not alone. Hopefully this small guide will help you on your way. The principles behind how a petrol lawn mower works versus an electrical lawn mower are pretty much identical. The main difference of course is the source of the power that spins the cutting blades and in some case the rear wheels and / or rear roller. A petrol lawn mower comes supplied with in most cases a 4 stroke engine which generate between 3 and 6 horse power. Being 4 stroke means the mower can use standard unleaded petrol that you can buy from your local petrol station.
You should also consider your climate and grass type. Some models will cut higher than others or they have bigger wheels to raise the height of the cutting blades. In general RoboMowers are basic functional units with less bells and whistles and the price reflects this. They are quieter than gas mowers but you wouldnt be able to use them at night without disturbing the neighbours. They are slower than the LawnBotts requiring several mowing sessions to cover their reported area. RoboMowers are designed to mimic traditional mowing schedules and therefore cut the grass when it is longer. The blades mulch the clippings very well.