LawnBott SpyderEVO Robot Lawnmower

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Even though we are well into the spring season, and many of us have already performed the monotonous task of mowing the lawn, it’s never too late to start automating.

The LawnBott 1500 Spyder Evo does just that, freeing up your entire weekend to do more important things like watch the game. The robotic lawnmower is powered by a Lithium-Ion battery that allows for up to 3.5 hours of mowing per charge, which should last most of us quite some time. A lazy man’s dream, the LawnBott even docks itself back to the charging system to undergo it’s 2-3 hour break/charge before returning to mowing your lawn. Get your own robotic lawnmower now from Amazon.

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