Flymo 1200R Robotic Lawnmower £499.99 Amazon
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Flymo 1200R Robotic Lawnmower £499.99 Amazon

£499.99
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Found 12th Apr
Ok, so now SUB £500 with Amazon customer service to boot...

Its that time of year again, where I post a drop in price for a time saving device, and then get promptly told I am lazy. I reply washing machine, dishwasher, and so on...

Either way, here it is ... this is a cracking little device. This is a great price PLUS you get Amazon returns policy to boot.

I have one. Had it for nearly two years and recommend it. Saves a LOT of time... But does take a while to get the setup / installation correct.

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might bite at £300 but just can't justify at this price. Good deal though for those looking.

It doesn't mow right to the edges? So still have to do something yourself?

Are you supposed to leave this out all the time so it can automatically cut the grass? just asking for some scrote to steal it, I certainly wouldn't leave my normal mower out.

Shame flubit is now dead. Would've taken arount £50 to £75 off.

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Shame flubit is now dead. Would've taken arount £50 to £75 off.



When did flubit die

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paulj48

Are you supposed to leave this out all the time so it can automatically … Are you supposed to leave this out all the time so it can automatically cut the grass? just asking for some scrote to steal it, I certainly wouldn't leave my normal mower out.


yes, although they would need to steal the machine, the base, the charging cable and the power adaptor.

when they get it home they would need to buy the cable and plugs to set it up...

If they did all that, they would then need to know the PIN that you have to set up to activate it.

It would be pretty hard work for them... but not impossible.

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mwuk17

It doesn't mow right to the edges? So still have to do something yourself?



yep, a strimmer to do edges and against walls...

papasb

yes, although they would need to steal the machine, the base, the … yes, although they would need to steal the machine, the base, the charging cable and the power adaptor.when they get it home they would need to buy the cable and plugs to set it up...If they did all that, they would then need to know the PIN that you have to set up to activate it. It would be pretty hard work for them... but not impossible.


Scrotes would still take it not knowing this, not worth the risk and I doubt house insurance would cover a £500 mower left outside.

texaspetey

When did flubit die


last week when they stop taking demands and changed into a market place with mostly higher prices than Amazon.

Maybe at £250 quid.

paulj48

Scrotes would still take it not knowing this, not worth the risk and I … Scrotes would still take it not knowing this, not worth the risk and I doubt house insurance would cover a £500 mower left outside.



The second it's picked up an alarm goes off, it deafening too. I have just bought one and am having a hidden slot under my decking for it.

papasb

yep, a strimmer to do edges and against walls...



We're re-designing our garden so that there are no edges against walls or fences. Pretty straight forward to do. Since building an extension we have to take our cut grass through the house so this will be great for us. Will also help stop weeds and stop the cats S******g on our lawn

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you_gotta_be_kidding

We're re-designing our garden so that there are no edges against walls or … We're re-designing our garden so that there are no edges against walls or fences. Pretty straight forward to do. Since building an extension we have to take our cut grass through the house so this will be great for us. Will also help stop weeds and stop the cats S******g on our lawn



I probably wouldn't redesign my ENTIRE garden just to get one... that's a bit over the top!

;o)

papasb

I probably wouldn't redesign my ENTIRE garden just to get one... that's a … I probably wouldn't redesign my ENTIRE garden just to get one... that's a bit over the top!;o)



​ our garden is currently a building site from a garage and an extension, so we're now incorporating this onto our new garden

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