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Bosch Indego Robotic Lawnmower - automatically cuts your lawn. control from iphone android app - £849.00 @ My Robot Center

Yes I know it is lazy not to cut your own lawn, but I work long hours during the week and like to spend my time at the weekend with my family. There have been a lot of cold votes for this - probabl…
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Cutting the lawn is not a chore.
"Most people cut the lawn about 35 times a year"
Yeah, right! :D
"Most people cut the lawn about 35 times a year"

Yeah, right! :D
Clearly you don't mow your lawn regularly

Mowing is carried out mainly between March and October.

Over summer: On average, mow twice weekly, dropping to once a week during periods of drought.
Over spring and autumn: Mow once a week.

Thats the advice from the royal horticultural society
Nice but this would get stolen in a matter of weeks, no matter any security features of lock codes etc.
Plus with winter setting in soon these should drop in price.
It has GPS and your mower can be traced.
Also, it is linked to your bosch account and can not be used by anyone else unless you have transferred the ownership to them
Well now you put it like that I can't see any thick scally taking it and then dumping it in the local river they find it's not worth anything. I'll get one with much more confidence now. Thanks.
If you live in a high crime area then perhaps its not for you but I have put the docking base in an area of the garden that cant be seen by the road.
I have set it to mow at night. So unless the burgulars spy into your garden at night, it should be safe
You sound like a great neighbour.
Yeah there's been a spate of thefts from garden sheds etc, thick scallys would just take it and dump it. I'd imagine this thing running around at night would attract things being hurled at it too. Unless you have a garden with no neighbours near.
You do realise that burglars operate mainly under the cover of darkness?
Its not loud so doesn't disturb the neighbours.
If you live in a high crime area like you, you could lock it in your shed when not in use

75 db isn't quiet, ambient sound is 40 db, a quiet rural area is 30 db.
Robot lawn mowers always look like a good idea but they still need that perimeter wire, so what happens when you have three pieces of grass, front side and rear, or the more conventional front and back lawn. Do you have to buy two? Or get another docking station and more wire and carry it about?
For large gardens they are no doubt a help, I would imagine that most people with large gardens would invest roughly the same money in a decent mower, even a slightly more expensive ride on. But I am not a large garden owner so I do not know.

I have a large garden. Even with a ride on, it took 2 hours to mow the lawn. I was also left with two green bins of lawn clippings to dispose of.

This does it automatically and because it cuts the lawn twice a week, there are no grass cuttings to be dealt with.

Clealy this item is not for everyone, but for me it has been the best thing I have bought in the last 10 years.

There are downsides:
It does take time to lay the perimeter wire when setting it up for the first time.
You still have to cut the very edge of your lawn. (It doesnt cut the edges)
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