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Robotic Mowers vs Ride On Mowers

 

Robotic Lawn Mowers: Are They Worth It?

How do robotic lawnmowers compare with the manual version? Can robotic lawnmowers make the cut? Here is our robotic mowers vs ride on mowers guide to getting you up to speed before you decide to upgrade your ride-on mower to a robotic lawn mower.

 

Typically Heavy, Noisy & Polluting
Traditional ride-on mowers can weigh in excess of 300kg plus and can damage the health of your grass areas in the long-term. They can be very loud and require fossil fuels to operate which is bad for the environment.
 
Requires costly fuel, servicing & maintenance
Traditional ride-on mowers utilises heavy polluting fossil fuels, uses three times more energy than robot mowers, requires labour to move/store equipment and needs costly maintenance.
 
Requires human operation
Traditional ride-on mowers require a human operator, they also need the large clipping produced to be collected, stored and disposed of manually.
 
 
Quiet, Lightweight, & Eco-Friendly
Frequent use of AMS robotic mowers does not create soil compaction, due to their lightweight design. They are also significantly quieter, emit 10 times less CO2 and utilise three times less energy.
 
Self-Charging, Minimal Maintenance
The robots automatically return to the charging station when required. They only requires a few minutes cleaning a week. Allowing you to re-deploy staff to other areas.
 
Autonomous Mowing
The autonomous robot mows without any need for supervision. Works to your schedule and leaves no green waste to collect or remove.
 

 
*comparison with a diesel ride on mower
 

Hopefully our robotic mowers vs ride on mowers guide above, gives you a better understanding of the benefits of robotic mowing. Why not get in touch to arrange a FREE no obligation site appraisel.

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