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Husqvarna Automower

Husqvarna Automower

305, 230ACX, 220AC, etc...
3.6 from 8 reviews · View Statistics



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  • Value for Money
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  • Ease of Use
    4.0 (1)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    3.0 (1)
  • Product is used
  • Battery Life
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Catherine B.

Catherine B.

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Don't waste your money


I paid nearly $2000 3 years ago, and since then I have had to have it repaired a total of 6 times, costing roughly another $2000. It is currently broken down again, and I am so very disappointed with it. The single back wheel does not pivot (like a caster) and therefore digs up the grass in areas where it has to turn often, like around trees or in corners, leaving big bare patches of dirt which eventually gets so loose it can't get traction and gets stuck there. When it works it is very satisfying to see it doing the mowing chore, and the lawn looks good, except for the bare patches. My next robot mower will be one with 4 wheels instead of three and a longer guarantee.

Purchased in February 2016 for A$1,999.00.

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Questions & Answers



Automower 315X-Line

How close does it mow to fences and shade sail poles?

1 answer

If it’s a colorbond fence it’s best place the wire about a foot away otherwise you will get a false ‘no loop’ error often. If it’s a timber hence half the distance is fine. I wouldn’t worry about the sail post because the mower will just bump into it and carry on.

Bob T.

Bob T.asked


Does a boundary wire emit a good signal from under a pacer?

1 answer

I have mine set up so it enters the charging station by travelling over pavers for a distance of about one metre and it has no problem following the boundary wire.



Automower 230ACX

How long should the batteries (in hours) last in these mowers
Thanks RH

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