Of all our robots, the AL-Ko robolinho 3000 looks the most at home into the garden. Its greenish-brown colour may never be probably the most inspiring, but it camouflages well. It is additionally very lightweight and compact. Plus in use, it proved to be very quiet indeed. The robolinho 3000 (which sounds a little like a Brazilian footballer from the future) is the only real robot in this test to dock from the side. so rather than slotting in with a clunk, it gently eases itself into its dock, the contacts joining on the part of the mower. This, along with a really compact base, makes for certainly one of the most unobtrusive robo-mowers out there. It sits out of sight and simply gets on with it. our only real gripe is that it doesn’t use a zone return system – to get back to its base, it takes to follow the boundary wire. It also got a little stuck in a small gap in our yard, and had to be relocated because it was churning up the grass a little. To be reasonable, though, we should have filled this in before use, as recommended. The blade system regarding the robolinho 3000 is also somewhat different to the floating-razor approach that lots of employ. They are appropriate spinning, twin mulching blades. But they spin at such a minimal volume that you’dn’t know it. This approach does mean the blades are less inclined to block. We didn’t experience any build-up, even though mowing damp grass. a very important factor we didn’t enjoy in the robolinho 3000 may be the not enough a keypad. Navigating menus and entering the security pin can be a clunky affair. But we did like several things. one was the easy turn mechanism to adjust cutting height – it was intuitive and simple to have the right setting. We also adored the rainfall sensor, and the very fact it is possible to hit a button on the base to have it to return (even if it does return by operating along the border wire). If your budget doesn’t extend to the honda Miimo or the husqvarna Automower, this is a good option.
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