Our quick guided answers some of the most commonly asked questions about our Robotic Lawnmowers. If you are looking for further answers to more questions please take a look at our Robotic Lawnmower Support Center.
McCulloch robotic lawnmowers are suitable for most gardens up to 1000m2, no matter what the shape. Below are the minimum requirements for the lawnmower to work in your garden.
NO - ROB is green fingered! Because the robotic mower cuts the grass regularly there is no need for a grass box. The grass is cut so small , that the clippings break down and act as natural fertiliser creating a thicker, greener lawn.
Yes. the lawn doesn't have to perfectly flat, but there shouldn't be any bumps or raised areas like path edges which it might catch its cutting blades on.
For all McCulloch robotic lawnmowers the charging station needs to meet the following requirements:
Yes. All McCulloch robotic lawnmowers can work in the rain. In severe or adverse weather conditions like thunderstorms, it is recommended that you disconnect your mower and charging station to protect it from any damage from any electrical surges.
Nothing more than a quick clean now and then to ensure any mud, or dried on grass is removed to make sure your McCulloch robotic lawnmower keeps working at peak performance. It is also recommended that you replace the cutting blades at the start of each year to make sure the grass is cut cleanly.
Yes, ROB can cut on slopes/inclines of up to 25%. At the boundary wire the maximum incline should be 10%.