Robotic lawn mower
Robotic lawnmowers have existed for more than 20 years, but it’s only in recent years that they’ve really taken off in popularity. This is at least partially due to falling prices, but also because the range of models has grown and robotic lawn mowers generally have improved significantly. Another important factor is probably that many people buy their own robotic lawn mower after seeing that the neighbour's model actually does the job and produces a satisfactory cutting result. This means that robotic lawnmowers spread in clusters, with one area of housing having considerably more than the next. But the trend is clear. The robotisation of lawn mowing is unstoppable. The traditional push lawn mower is still far from extinct, but the robotic lawn mower represents a constantly increasing share of new sales.