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Flymo 400m Li-Ion Powered Automatic Robotic Lawnmower £458 = $781 delivered less than half price

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Flymo 400m Li-Ion Powered Automatic Robotic Lawnmower £458 = $781 delivered less than half priceAffiliate

Half price down from £1000 to £499 but cheaper to Australia after vat deducted

you have to click on "new and used from £499" to get the amazon price. For some reason it can't link directly to the amazon price

Select amazon as the seller and an Australian delivery address at checkout to remove the VAT and get this price

My affiliate link:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00C70LUQ4/ref=redir_mdp_mob...

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  • +11 votes

    This has to be invented by women. Men mow the lawn to a) get out of the house b) make lots of noise to block out nagging c) burn carbon-based ex lifeforms.

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    Try this URL:
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00C70LUQ4/ref=dp_o...

    There should be one listed £499

    Tempted to get one. But my grassed area is embarrassingly small to be using something like this.

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      I'm guessing you've never had a beard.

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      I'd get one. I am unable to mow due to physical issues and have to get someone in… finding someone reliable and inexpensive is proving to be a trial… Something like this would take care of the flat areas and areas which arent flat… hmm.. wonder how it manages on slopes and awkward shapes… Anyway, can't have one now, but its now on my list of things to get in the future.

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      Probably would work better on smaller grass areas.

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    interesting product, I needed to mow the front lawn, but this thing will probably get nicked within seconds if I just leave it out there.

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      There is allegedly a anti theft alar km and you can set up a pin.

  • +2 votes

    It is interesting. I imagine the technology will only improve from here however. Does anyone know if the robotic vacuums for inside the house actually work?

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      One of my mates have the auto vacuum ones, they are great but only best for smaller rooms or units etc.

      Takes a few runs before it keeps the place clean but after a few weeks of daily running itd great for keeping the place presentable

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      they do, but painful to clean the brushes and empty them, if your house floor is less cluttered then they are well and fine, but if the stuff get moved very quickly here and there like with kids toys then no, the floor need to be clear in order them to work properly.

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      I have both Roomba and Neato… and they do work. Never touch the dyson again…except for odd car vacumming

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    gee people are lazy. get outdoors and mow the lawn yourself. if you are thinking of using this then your lawn must be tiny anyway so mowing it yourself won't take long.

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      agree with mattgal ,we need some sun, specially folks from VIC, South NSW and TAS.
      Vit D levels are awfully low in general public.

      Most I did got the Bosch electric one, because I spent more money in fixing the petrol ones the they were actual worth

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        eat mushrooms then. if rather low vitamin d than melanoma

  • +4 votes

    This poor robot would probably get lost, or fall down a hole in my backyard.
    Anyway, real oz-bargainers would rather buy a sheep.

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      Lol sounds right to me. I'd trust a fluffy sheep any-day over a robot with a huge saw-blade. When robots take over your the first one to go.

      Apparently you can put a wire in the ground and it will stay within the bounds.

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      Wouldn't you rather get a cow? You get a lifetime's supply of milk with that :D

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        I would, but the local council can be a PITA. And my yard is not big enough.
        Sheep are cheaper, less maintenance, and who says you can't milk a sheep?

        Most of all, I don't want big sloppy cow pats all over my backyard.

        Apparently you can put a wire in the ground and it will stay within the bounds.

        I don't trust a wire to keep armed robots at bay. Isn't that what they used in Jurassic Park?

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          Cow patties make for good home security if you don't disturb the outer layer…

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    Its a pain to setup and limited to one lawn area?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Muxnr9v6vUA

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    Hope they are better than robotic vacuum cleaners, which I have always suspected, and Choice have recently confirmed, are not very good. I have the same question about these as the I do about the cleaners- where is the horsepower?

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    Robot that operates super high velocity blades on its own. What could possibly go wrong?

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    Robotic Lawn Mower…… Yeah OK, lets just give up now without any struggle - JUDGEMENT DAY IS HERE (In the Skynet sense, not the biblical)

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    What about the nature strip? Does it come with a public liability insurance policy?

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    I can't believe this product exists. They must have Obi One as lawyer: "we are not responsible for what happened to your cat. these aren't the droids you're looking for…"

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      I'm not sure a cat would go near this big whirring thing.

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    Lol, was thinking the danger to cats..

    would serve a thief right if they tried to steal it and lost a few fingers.. instant justice

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      nah cats like riding on roomba.. I'm sure they get a spin for riding on a robotic lawnmower with their tail and all.

  • +2 votes

    I'd be pissed off to look out my kitchen window and find it mowing the neighbours lawn…lol

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