In the future, your lawn may be a source of fuel. Yet for now, it's largely a source of frustration, as you have to gas up a mower and shove it around the yard when you'd rather be doing anything else. Fortunately, you can ditch both the fossil fuels and the sweat with a MowRo RM24, which is on sale for $849.99, 14% off MSRP.
The MowRo is simple to set up. Just lay down a boundary with the included wire and stakes around the perimeter of the space you want to be trimmed, and set up the rugged outdoor charging station where it's convenient on your property. Then use the companion app to set up a mowing schedule, and set the blade height to get your preferred trim.
The MowRo does the rest, activating on schedule and trimming within the boundary. And you won't have to wait until the weekend, either. Your average gas-powered lawnmower puts out 90 dB of sound, enough to distract the neighbors. The MowRo, using battery power and a brushless electric motor, is only 65 dB in operation, the equivalent of a normal conversation, while providing the same 2,900rpm of cutting power offered by gas mowers you have to push. It also cuts down on your carbon footprint, making it friendly to both neighbors who want quiet and the planet.
Finally, the safety-first design makes it easy to set and forget. Rain sensors tell the MowRo when it's too wet to cut the grass, and if it bumps into an object, it's designed to automatically back up and stop. And with an ABS outer shell, it can take anything your lawn can dish out. With its safety features and hands-free experience, it's easy to see why the MowRo earned itself 4.2 out of 5 stars on Home Depot.
If you'd rather enjoy your lawn than mow it, the MowRo RM24 can free up your weekends to take in the sun for just $849.99, 14% off the MSRP.
Prices subject to change.
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