About MowRo Robot Lawn Mowers
MowRo is a revolutionary new way to enjoy more leisure time. Americans spend millions of hours mowing the lawn when a machine can do that work for us. MowRo robot lawn mowers are the future, and you can be living it. This new technology is very exciting, as you may have already seen on TV. MowRo robot lawn mowers have been featured on national television shows like CBS's Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca.
How Does the Technology Work?
The robot lawnmower works within the boundaries that you set up with adjustable perimeter wire. When the MowRo mower reaches the perimeter wire, it changes directions like it bounced off a wall.
Are Robot Mowers Safe?
MowRo machines are built with safety in mind. The blades are housed internally within the machine, and it's built like a Roomba, meaning if it bumps into anything, then it reverses course. This mechanism operates with the use of multiple sensors.
How Much Lawn Area Can It Mow?
Depending on the model you buy, you can cut anywhere from 0.15 to 0.25 acres without breaking a sweat.
Are Robot Lawn Mowers Loud?
No, not at all when it comes to MowRo. It's nearly silent to the point that you may not even notice it.
How Complicated Is the Setup?
It's designed to be user-friendly, but there is a bit of a learning curve. Just remember that setting this up once is far less effort than mowing your own lawn for the rest of your life.
What Happens With the Grass Clippings?
One concern that consumers raise is what happens with yard waste? Don't you have to bag the clippings? MowRo robot mowers are engineered and designed to operate every other day. This means that the clippings are tiny. So small that they actually act as a natural fertilizer for your lawn. This process works best if you keep your blade sharp by replacing it regularly.
How Does the Robot Mower Do On Slopes?
The RM24 can climb up to 30-degree slopes, and the RM18 is capable of up to 20-degrees.
Will the Rain Damage the Robot?
No. Its built-in rain sensor will indicate to the robot mower that it's time to return to the docking station for cover.