New RX model offers cutting edge lawncare

by | Feb 14, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Robomow, the market leading manufacturer of robotic lawnmowers, is bringing the benefits of automatic lawn mowing to even more gardens in 2017 with the launch of the smallest and most affordable robotic lawnmower on the market ? available to consumers for under ?500.

The Robomow RX series is the newest model range from the robotic lawnmower experts, and is suitable for lawns up to 200m2(just over the size of a doubles tennis court). Likely to be popular with seasoned gardeners or total novices alike, the compact Robomow RX enjoys the same innovative features and state of the art technology as its larger sister models, including the patented edging system, which cuts beyond the wheel base and over the lawn edge.

There are two models, the RX12u and the RX20u, which will cut up to 150m2 and 200m2 respectively and tackle almost any terrain. A floating cutter deck, 18cm mowing width and adjustable mowing height will always result in a head-turning lawn while the powerful mulching system returns nutrients and water to the lawn.

For those tech-savvy gardeners, the Robomow RX20u includes the comprehensive Bluetooth connecting App, which allows you to check battery life, alter settings, set your mowing schedule, send the Robomow to mow and even drive it manually around your garden.

Mower Magic is the UK?s leading retailer of garden robotics and UK distributor of the Robomow. John Hall, managing director, said: ?People assume that robotic lawnmowers are only for people with huge expanses of lawn to manage and equally large budgets, and this isn?t the case. The new RX range allows customers with smaller urban gardens to benefit from the flexibility and time savings that a robotic lawnmower offers ? all for less than ?500.?

For further information on the Robomow range including the new RX models visit To find out more about stocking the Robomow visit or call 0845 123 5844.

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