Mowing your lawn generally sucks. Everyone knows this, and it is widely accepted as a necessary chore, with lawn-length laws in effect in some places to keep neighborhood yards neat and tidy.
Well lawn-mowers, Kyodo America Industries feels your pain, and has come up with a solution for you: it’s called the LawnBott.
LawnBott is a line of robotic mowers that offers fully automatic performance for an affordable price, which helps take robotic-mowing out of gated communities and into the mainstream mowing market.
John Tarvin, marketing manager for Kyodo America, says that “with four automatic models covering up to two acres, we have a LawnBott for almost every yard.”
Georgia-based Kyodo America is making an extra effort to bring LawnBotts to more commercial markets in 2013, and has multiple “Home Shows” lined up for various locations in Minneapolis.
“Home Shows such as these are a great way to meet individual customers and answer their questions on which model is right for their home,” Tarvin added.
LawnBott has been showcased at many Home Shows before, but none in the Madison and Rockford areas of Minneapolis, so the company expects a sizable turnout.
LawnBott model LB75 is the newest addition to the LawnBott family, the first product launched in 2013, and is tailored to smaller yards, while the LB3510 is better for larger yards; both bots will be exhibited at all of the Minneapolis events.
Tarvin, among others, will showcase key features of the bots, including LCD display, rain sensor, auto-recharging capabilities, and programmable for up to three yard zones, for complete yard control.
Edited by Brooke Neuman