Get smart when it comes to keeping your lawn neat and tidy. With the Bluetooth® automated Gardena Sileno Minimo Robotic Lawnmower, you can take back your weekends without neglecting your yard.
Bluetooth technology has finally reached the backyard. With the help of the Gardena Bluetooth® app and your smartphone or tablet, you can now mow the lawn with a few taps of your finger. Set-up is straightforward, and once you’re connected you can sit back and enjoy a healthy, good-looking lawn.
The lawnmower's SensorControl function automatically adjusts the required mowing time based on grass growth, while its collision sensors make sure the mower operates safely with no accidents or damage to your garden. When the mower is lifted, another set of sensors stops the blades immediately to prevent injury. When it needs charging, it automatically returns to its charging station.
The Sileno Minimo Robotic Lawnmower will get to work whatever the weather. If the ground is frozen or too frosty, the robot will detect the conditions and pause its program until the lawn thaws, preserving the health of your lawn. A boundary wire determines the mowing area, ensuring the lawnmower only works through the areas you’ve specified, up to 250 square metres.
This lawnmower can handle slopes of up to 25 percent. The CorridorCut and SpotCutting features equip it to tackle the narrowest lawns, tight corners and even under trampolines or garden furniture, delivering an even cut every time. The best part? The robotic lawnmower cuts quietly, so you can relax while it works away.
Note: Although the mower has a number of built-in safety features, it is still advised to handle with care. Do not use the product when other people (especially children) or animals are in the work area. Keep your hands and feet away from the rotating blades. Never put your hands or feet close to or under the product when it is switched on.
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