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   The LawnBott LB3210, LB3250 and LB3510 are the only robotic mowers with Adaptive Programming Technology. Its learning computer actually reprograms itself to adapt to the cutting requirements of your yard. This not only conserves battery life and lengthens the runtime and durability of the electric motors; it also contributes to a healthier looking lawn.

   Advanced Spiral Cut programming allows the LawnBott to concentrate in one section, by spiraling outwards, from any area where it senses higher grass. This feature helps to assure an evenly cut lawn.

   All models have an offset-cross tread design, offering better traction on wet ground or slopes and reduced build-up. Optional spiked wheels add even more bite in slippery conditions. It also can now be programmed to operate with up to 4 zones, to tackle those intricate yard shapes. LawnBott LB3210 is able to cover areas up to 33,000 sq. ft. That represents approximately ¾ acre of lawn. And, it will also navigate slopes of up to 27°.

   As the LawnBott lawn mower drives along the lawn, it sends just the right amount of current to the blade motor. On high grass, it sends a high current which speeds up the blade. On lower grass, it slows down. This extends the life of the batteries and the mowing motors.

   When the LawnBott encounters a section of thick or high grass, it will automatically concentrate in this area by mowing in a spiral. This ensures that the lawn is cut evenly.

   The LawnBott lawn mower can barely be heard when standing 15 feet directly away from it. That's because they use quiet IMS custom motors which were designed specifically for LawnBott. The direct motor-to-wheel method does not use loud plastic gears found in the other robotic mowers. Not only is motor-to-wheel very reliable, it is nearly silent but yet more than powerful enough to handle steep slopes. In fact, the LawnBott can easily traverse sloops up to 27 degrees.

   LawnBott robotic lawn mower comes with an alarm built inside. When the robot lawn mower is picked up, the alarm goes off. This alarm is not as loud and annoying as a car alarm, but loud enough to scream attention. In addition to the alarm, the LawnBott  robotic lawn mowers allow you to set a pin code before operating. This will render the robotic lawn mower useless in the wrong hands.
   The LawnBott LB3210 and LB32150 are equipped with a rain sensor. When the LawnBott senses rain, it will automatically stop the blade and return to its docking station. The rain sensor could be set to have the robotic lawn mower stay in the dock until you restart it. You could disable the rain sensor via the user menu.


LawnBott LB3210 Specifications

Coverage 3/4 acre  (LB3250: 1.25 acres)
Coverage Per Hour 2,700 square feet
Mower Size (Length x Width x Height) 22 x 16.5 x 10 inches
Weight with Battery 21 lbs.
Cutting Disc 4 blade
Cutting Width 12 inches
Cutting Height 0.75 - 2.5 inches
Cutting Speed 65 feet per minute
Average Working Time 3 hours (4+ hours with LB3250)
Charging Time 2.5 - 3 hours
Battery Type Lithium Ion
Hill Capability 27 degrees
Auto Recharge Yes
Auto Programming Yes
Rain Sensor Yes
Remote Control Yes (RF Remote)
Drive System 2 Wheel Drive
Software Update via Internet Yes
Onboard Built In Alarm Yes

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