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How do Automower® Robotic Lawn Mowers work?

Automower® mows your lawn a little every day, while staying inside the boundary wires and avoiding any obstacles. The small, fine grass clippings are recycled into the turf as a natural fertilizer creating a healthier, better-looking lawn. Then, when it’s done for the day, the mower automatically returns to its charging station to get ready for the next mow.

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How It Works

A boundary wire is placed or buried around the edge of your lawn and any obstacles Automower® should avoid. This wire is fully customizable so the mower reaches only what it’s supposed to and leaves the rest.

Small, razor-sharp blades cut grass a little at a time.  

Tiny clippings break down and are automatically recycled into grass as a natural fertilizer. And the consistent mowing gives you a freshly-cut lawn 24/7. 

If Automower® encounters an object, it will stop, reverse and go in another direction. When lifted, the blades automatically and immediately shut off.

When it’s time to recharge, Automower® will navigate to the charging station automatically, either via signal or by following the wires.

A guide wire helps Automower® navigate back to the charging station when the mower is in a remote corner of the lawn.

Select Automower® models use GPS to help navigate your lawn, increasing efficiency and accuracy.  

Automower® mowers come with an anti-theft alarm and can be instantly located with GPS using the Automower® Connect app.