Honda’s robotic lawn mower Miimo is the perfect Christmas gift for those wanting a beautiful lawn every day but would rather not or can’t mow it themselves. Once installed it needs minimal human interaction to ensure a perfect finish.
The three Miimo variants in Honda’s line up include the range topping Miimo 3000 which can handle lawns up to one acre in size. All three are quiet, allowing them to operate at night without disturbing anyone – even the owls. They automatically detect obstacles, including pets and children, will operate in all weathers and, when their built-in lithium ion batteries need a recharge, they automatically put themselves back into their docking stations.
Prices start at £1,449 for the entry-level Miimo Junior, Miimo 520 which can handle lawns up to 300m2 is £2,350, while the range topping app-controlled Miimo 3000 is £2,550. All prices include VAT. Visit https://store.honda.co.uk or www.honda.co.uk/miimo to find out more and to find your closest dealer.
About Honda Miimo
Miimo is the perfect solution for those wanting a beautiful lawn every day but would rather not or can’t mow it themselves. Once installed it needs minimal human interaction to ensure a perfect finish. Miimo cuts little and often, typically mowing just 2-3mm of grass at a time, several times each week, meaning less stress on the grass and more healthy growth. The clippings it creates are so small that they do not need to be collected and are dispersed into the lawn root system, breaking down quickly to act as a natural fertiliser which improves the health and quality of the grass.
Miimo is self-charging, powered by a high-performance lithium-ion battery, and using a digital rather than analogue signal – for superior performance. It navigates the garden through an intelligent combination of controls, timers and real-time sensory feedback, working within a boundary wire installed under the ground or in the grass around the perimeter of the garden, detecting the signal from the wire and staying within it.
Safety is assured through the use of sensors which when approaching an obstruction automatically divert Miimo’s course to avoid it, while Miimo shuts down completely when it is picked up, and can only be restarted using a unique PIN code. The PIN code also acts as a useful anti-theft device, with Miimo rendered completely unusable until it is entered in the event of Miimo being stolen.