H/t: Car Scoops
Honda makes cars, business jets, and now, robotic lawnmowers. Called the Grass Miimo, this electric mower has an operating range of 43,055-square-feet and is designed for use on orchards or farms. Simply set a boundary with an electric wire, and once finished, Miimo automatically returns to its charging base to power up for the next use. If you don’t happen to be around, just set a schedule for it to run at a certain time. Read more for two videos and additional information.
There are some limitations though, as it can’t mow grass that is taller than 4-inches nor is it capable of climbing inclines of 25° or more, which means you can’t just use this thing on a random lot in the wild. For those still interested, you have until April 17th to apply for the chance to purchase on of these $2,500 robotic lawnmowers.
- [FULLY AUTOMATED] The Landroid M cuts lawns up to ¼ acre all by itself. Just set the charging base, lay down the boundary wire, measure your lawn with the app, and let it mow
- [WI-FI & APP CONTROLLED] There are many things you can do from the Landroid app: measure your lawn, check mowing progress, keep software up to date, update your mowing schedule and more
- [DO IT ALL WITH THE SAME BATTERY] Worx Power Share is compatible with all Worx 20v and 40v tools, outdoor power and lifestyle products
- [NAVIGATES NARROW PATHS] Patented AIA technology allows Landroid to navigate narrow passageways too difficult for ordinary robotic mowers
- [CUSTOMIZED MOWING SCHDULES] Have Landroid mow every day, every other day, it can even recommend an auto schedule based on your yard’s size and conditions