Robot lawnmowers

Completely automatic cutting for an ever-perfect lawn

Technology and comfort

Efco robotmowers are designed for people who insist on a perfect lawn at all times with no need to dispose of grass cuttings. Innovative double-blade cutting technology means that the finely shredded grass is returned to the ground as a valuable fertilizer: this is just one of the benefits that the absolute independence of these machines can provide.
Even when the battery is being charged no human intervention is required: as soon as the mowing cycle is terminated or whenever otherwise necessary, the robots return to the base station to recharge. The very low power consumption combined with the absence of CO2 make these ultra-quiet tools the idea choice for garden care duties.

1. Mulching cutting system.
To reduce dirt and residues in the underbody area.

2. Anti-tipping sensor.
Safety always guaranteed.

3. Home button.To return the machine to the base station at any time (SIRIUS 1200).

4. Practical carry handle.
For practical and fast transport.

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5. Anti-tipping sensor.
Direction change on encountering an obstacle.

6. Silence and discretion.
Also in the case of rain (SIRIUS 1200).

7. Anti-theft device and buzzer.
No unauthorised use.

8. Automated operation with micro components connected in a network.

Maintenance Guide

To ensure your robotmower continues to deliver the maximum of its potential in complete independence, you will need to follow a few simple instructions:

-     Clean the machine carefully at least twice a month using a brush or a cloth; use also water for more thorough cleaning. The underbody should be cleaned once a month.
-     Inspect the blades once a week to check for damage. The blades should anyway be sharpened every 3-4 weeks and replaced every 6 months or whenever they are excessively deteriorated.
-     Clean the areas around the wheels once a week using a brush or a cloth, to ensure the wheels are always free running and that the front wheels are free to steer.
-     Regularly inspect the contact surfaces to check for the presence of dirt or traces of burns (in the presence of burns the battery will not be charged correctly).
-     Periodically inspect the contacts on the charging base station to ensure they are in good condition. Replace the contacts if they show signs of burns.