Robomow RS612 Robotic Lawn Mower (1/4 acre) at Tractor Supply Co.
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Robomow RS612 Robotic Lawn Mower (1/4 acre)

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Powered by a rechargeable battery, Robomow RS612 Robotic Lawn Mower mows the lawn randomly, leaving its charge station multiple times a day, shaving a little bit each time. It returns its charge station automatically when the battery is low. Over the course of a week, Robomow will cut and maintain the height of the entire lawn. Robomow is confined in the lawn by a wire, similar to an invisible dog fence. Bump, tilt and lift sensors prevent it from cutting when and where you don't want it to. Robomow can also be programmed to only mow (or not mow) certain times of the day/night.

  • 22 in. mowing width featuring twin solid blades with edging mode
  • Cut height up to 3.5 in. and floating deck for best terrain handling
  • Robomow App allows interaction with and control from your phone

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Specification Description
Product Type: Robotic Mowers
Engine Displacement: 400 Watts
Engine Make: Robomow
Starter Type: Electric
Product Length: 28 in.
Product Weight: 44 lb.
Warranty: 1 Year
Cutting Width: 22 in.
Product Height: 12 in.
Power Type: Battery
Number of Blade(s): 2
CARB Compliant: Yes
Minimum Deck Height: 0-11/16 in.
Product Width: 25 in.
Maximum Deck Height: 3-1/8 in.
Front Tire: Caster Wheel
Brand: Robomow
Manufacturer Part Number 22ASBDAE037

Will it cut on a steep Bank? 

Asked by: Pinman
This can handle up to 36 % or 20° of an angle on a slope.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-06-13

is the wire buried?

Asked by: Joedp
The wire is driven into the ground with stakes, and ideally sits right on or slightly below the topsoil.
Answered by: ChrisCD
Date published: 2018-06-15
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