Robomow RS630 Automatic Robotic Lawnmower
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- Infrared Wireless Remote Control
- Bluetooth Not Compatible
- Base Station for self charging
- Mulching (No more Grass clippings)
- Floating deck with 2 Triple Edge Steel Blades
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RS630 Lithium When it comes to large-scale lawns of 0-3000 m2, the Premium Robomow RS630 is the perfect model for your garden. The counter-balanced fully floating deck allows the RS to follow the contours of your garden to leave an even cut and keep your lawn looking pristine, a feature usually only seen on premium lawn tractors. Boasting top-of-the-range superior features and specifications such as its twin reversible tri-blades, this heavy duty machine with its lithium-ion (LiFePO4) battery is fully equipped with everything required to improve and maintain a flawless lawn. Unique to the RS630, the new brushless DC motors ensure it is quieter than ever when out on your lawn. Going the extra mile in convenience, the Robomow RS630 even comes equipped with a remote control for moving the robot around and manual mowing.
Maximum Lawn Size: 3000sqm
Base Station: included
Mowing Width: 56cm
Mowing Height 20-80mm
Brushless DC Mowing Motors: 400w
Slopes: up to 36% (20) degrees
Battery: 26V Lithium (LiFePO4)
Noise level: High Power: 72 dB
External base setup: 2 extra lawns
Snap-on fit Blades
Unique Edge cutting Mode
Premium Drive Wheels
Warranty 2 years
Fully Floating cutter deck
Infrared Wireless Remote Control
Bluetooth: No (Not compatible)
Robot, Base station, 500 Pegs, 400m Wire, Remote control, Charger, Quick start Guide
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Things to watch out for:
-think about where you are going to mount the charging base. I put mine in the sun (arizona!) and the display is fading somewhat. I can still read it, but you should be smarter than me and have your lawnmower out of the sun while charging
-I bought an extra base so I can do both my front and rear yard. I just have to carry it from one area to the other once a week, but it is a small price to pay for saving my time mowing.
-You can buy a roll of green grounding wire at HD/Lowes if you run out of the wire supplied in the kit. No big deal - wire is wire if you match the wire gauge.
-I bought some extra stakes on ebay for not very much money. They were for a Husquvarna system, but worked fine.
If your time has a value to you, then don't wait and dont be scared - get one of these puppys!
UPDATE after one year of usage. The display faded in the sun (my fault for not storing it in the shade as recommended) and I just had a drive motor failure. THEIR CUSTOMER SERVICE ROCKS!! In both cases they sent me FREE replacement parts which were easy to install - they have lots of how to videos for repair issues. WOULD I BUY ANOTHER ONE? ABSOLUTELY!!!
A great product for the 6 weeks I've had and used it so far...
The biggest negatives:
-#1 I had two drive motors fail on me. The domestic company guys in Florida were incredibly helpful. They swore I had 2 of the 3 drive motors in the whole country that went bad last year, They promptly shipped me new motors each time (very easy to change out) and wanted feedback on my concerns. They even sent me a GSM module with SIM card to plug into my mower to give them direct feedback (although that never worked). They returned calls, emails, even viewed videos I had taken of my yard to try and look for any reasons for the failures. I hated that I had the failures, but great customer service really goes a long ways. They told me this year they were going to mail me the newest drive motor version just to be doubly sure I was good.
-#2 Programmability: They have told me they want this to be really simple for people. Punch in fairly basic parameters, and it does all the thinking and programming. You can specify days and hours not to mow and a good number of other things and options, but I'd like full control on telling it exactly when to go out, not go out, etc. Perhaps an "advanced mode" in the onboard computer or iphone app. The iOS app by the way isn't bad. I like being able to sit inside across the wall from it and talk to the mower with my phone (tell it to go, delay, whatever).
#3 Fence with Dogs: I don't know how they'd get around this one, but I have a fence and dogs. Dogs are important because I can't just leave the gate open all the time. If you can leave your gate open, this part is a non-issue. I have to manually every 2-3 days carry this thing from the front to the back charging station (need 2 charging stations, extra few hundred bucks), and this thing is heavy, ~40-50 lbs. You can drive it with the iOS app, but that takes forever and is clunky.
#4 If you're super anal (I'm pretty anal... and this only bothers me a little) you'll inspect it's work 8 times a day (because it's fascinating to watch work and you'll find yourself just watching it for an hour like watching a fire or the waves on a beach). With such constant inspection they'll be little patches all over that are a little taller than the others. All of these even out as it makes its rounds, but they could bug you.
#5 Muddy or wet areas: I am learning this one this spring with all the rain (I didn't own it last spring). If there is a muddy area in your yard, you basically can't run the thing anywhere. I'm not talking some wet grass, I'm talking muddy. I have a few areas under trees where NOTHING grows, not even weeds. This means mud in the spring. If the mower can run straight over this without something to bump into (fence, tree, etc) it has a chance... but if it has to turn around, it's done... and you have 30 minutes of cleaning mud off the wheels before it'll function well again. I am experimenting with landscaping blocks to border the muddy area, but so far it fails because the muddy area is on the perimeter line and it HAS to go through that area to drive home.
The good is really pretty simple. It mows your yard while you do nothing (well... other than ALL the above). The cut quality is overall very good. It's very quiet, and I feel overall safe enough that I'll run around in my large back yard with my 2 yo son while it is mowing, although I wouldn't leave him around it unattended. I let it run in my front yard while I am at work without worry of liability or child danger. Speaking of quiet, this thing can run all night and your neighbors will never hear it. The only reason I don't run it over night is the charging station is on the other side of the wall from my headboard and it wakes me up spinning up and leaving the charger. Otherwise you'd never hear it at all.
Season 2 and I spent maybe 1-2 hours leveling out a few areas and touching up the perimeter line and "Yurtle" is good to go (that's his name). He's out mowing my backyard at 10:00 PM as I write this right now.
Ultimately you need to know what you're getting into with this. If you're buying this so you never have to mess with your yard, don't... hire a lawn service. It'll probably be about the same cost, maybe a little more. If you're buying this because you still enjoy managing your lawn but want to spend less time driving/walking in circles on Saturday morning (and more short intervals of time fiddling with it throughout the week), then it's overall pretty great.