There are a few items that just look cool, and the Husqvarna Automower 300X is certainly one of them. When you unpack this mean machine, it’s hard not to stand in awe of it for a while. If Batman had to mow their lawn, this is what he’d make use of. starting had been a doddle. We did have a trip from the husqvarna dealer (this is normal customer protocol), but we set it up ourselves after his departure within around half an hour. And during our two-week test, it went out grazing every morning at 7am on the dot. The Automower 330X can cover up to 3,200 sq m, so on our 200 sq m test lawn it only needed around an hour or so to trim the grass. After a week, we noticed an absolute difference in the grade of our lawn – the 330X maintained it evenly, the carbon-steel blades doing a fine job. Yes, the Automower 330X is considered the most costly mower in our test, but it is undoubtedly the best-looking – and is packed with tech. There is a weather timer in right here, meaning the mower will maximise its cutting time during strong grass-growth times. In dry climate it’ll reduce time, and in rain it won’t go out. It’s also got the normal bump sensors and on-board gps, meaning it’ll intelligently map your garden for an even more also cut (and will find its way back to base without needing to run along the border wire).
Thanks to its chunky wheels and powerful motor, we discovered the 330X handled any slopes in our test area with consummate ease. For those who have a big lawn, the husky has a rather nifty (and optional, we may add) feature. once a dealer has installed a gps comms unit with a sIM card, you can control the 330X by utilizing an app downloaded through the app shop (rather just like the Bosch Indego Connect – which was not available during the time of testing). so that you can remotely tell it to begin and stop, set timers and so on. It will even display its position on a map. Yes, it’s expensive, nonetheless it’s a mower of beauty.