FORGET EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT LAWN CARE. DISCOVER THE BETTER WAY TO A BETTER LAWN.
Keeping your lawn healthy can be a lot of hard work. The Husqvarna Automower® isn't just a lawnmower. It's a robotic concept that does the work for you — without your supervision, around the clock.
High or low, night or day, rain or shine
A random travelling pattern lets the Automower® find every corner of your garden. It can easily handle wet and rainy conditions, as well as difficult terrain, including slopes, holes and even temporary obstacles like pinecones and fruits. The Automower® is so quiet that it can work in the night without disturbing anyone. Through the mower app, available for selected models, you'll also have total control of its working hours, so you can have the lawn to yourself whenever you like.
Husqvarna Automower® constantly cuts the grass as it grows. This is by far the most gentle way to cut grass. Whereas ordinary mowing usually takes off several centimetres of clippings which are then collected and removed, the clippings from Husqvarna Automower® are only a few millimetres long. They will fall to the soil, mulch, and fertilise your lawn.
Safe and sound
Husqvarna Automower® is protected from theft in several ways. A pin code is required for any intervention. An alarm will immediately sound if the code is ignored when the mower is stopped or lifted. It is useless when stolen, as it can't be matched to other charging stations. And when reported stolen, it will be red-listed in all support.
Easy installation, effortless operation
Husqvarna Automower® is fully automatic, and works inside an electronic fence created by a boundary wire. When batteries run low, it returns to the charging station. After a one-time installation, which can be done by your dealer, you'll enjoy a more or less maintenance-free lawn for many years.
Barry Tabor, Hampshire
“The bit that surprised me was the performance of its cutting when it’s wet. It can be raining torrentially and the quality of cut is exactly the same as if the grass was bone dry.”