The Automower from Husqvarna seems like the ideal tool for the lazy gardener when summer arrives and your lawn needs a serious haircut.
Simply mark a perimeter of where you want the mower to go with a wire, set it up once at the start of the season with the time and frequency you want it to work and let it run all the way through til autumn. It evens goes back to its docking station to recharge when battery power is low.
It all sounds too good to be true, and TechBoutique still wonders if you might wake up one day to find your cat has accidentally been given a shave, but apparently the built-in collision sensor ensure no animals will be harmed while your lawn is mowed.
It sounds like a gardeners dream come true, so if you can afford the hefty £1,500 price tag, then it could be the summer gadget for you.
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