Maximum slope performance refers to the incline that the lawn mower can operate on. It is often expressed as a percentage. For example, a 15% slope would be an incline of 15 meters every 100 meters.
The length of time that it can cut the lawn before it needs to return to the docking station and recharge.
The cutting height ratio indicates the ratio between the minimum and maximum cutting heights, providing more versatility when choosing the optimum cutting length for your lawn.
A higher number of cutting height settings give you more versatility to choose the optimum length for your lawn, based on prevailing conditions.
A higher cutting height is needed when your lawn doesn’t have optimum conditions, for example when there is extreme heat or cold, as a longer leaf allows it to stay healthy.
A lower minimum cutting height is an advantage if you prefer a shorter grass length for your lawn. However, shorter grass requires good weather conditions to stay lush and green, such as warm weather and moderate sunlight.
A faster robotic lawn mower will take less time to mow the lawn.
The working area capacity represents the lawn area you can mow in one hour. With a greater working capacity, you can mow your lawn faster.