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New 2014 LawnBott models are now in stock

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014

Bluetooth app, SMS text messaging, better slope management plus many more new features.  Introducing the all new LawnBott LB300EL, LawnBott LB200EL, LawnBott LB85EL and LawnBott LB75DX. Visit our home page at: for details.


Announcing the LawnBott LB1500 SpyderEVO

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Robotic Lawn Mower

The new LawnBott SpyderEVO LB1500 can mow up to 10,000 sq ft of lawn. (Lots up to 1/3rd acre) The SpyderEVO uses proven perimeter wire technology like the upper models which helps with yard compatibility. A separate docking station will be sold as an accessory. You can pre-order SpyderEVO here:

LawnBott LB3510 and LB3550 Brush-less models available for pre-order

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

The brushless LB3510 and LB3550 will be shipping starting end of February or beginning March. Brushless motors will last up to 8 times longer than current motors. You can pre-order online here: LawnBott Brushless LB3510

Demo LawnBott LB2150: $1,999

Monday, July 5th, 2010

We have a demo LawnBott LB2150 available for only $1,999. Details here:

LawnBott LB3510 videos

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

LawnBott LB3510 robotic lawn mower mowing grass

LawnBott LB3510 mowing weeds

More robotic lawn mower videos here:

Turn your LawnBott LB3500 into a 2010 LawnBott LB3510

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

LawnBott LB3510 upgrade kits are here for a limited time. For $600 plus shipping to us, here is what’s included:

  • New 2010 motherboard, display, alarm card and sinus signal receiver. (Can program all slave boards from MB serial port. Increased memory on MB).
  • New friendlier user menu with more options
  • Increased mowing height: 3 1/8″ (with blade guard)
  • Four new wheels. The new rear wheels are larger and wider which improves traction. Spiked wheels are no longer required and will not fit. The new front wheels have been improved as well.
  • New green shell with front rubber bumper for improved bump sensitivity – plus makes room for the new wheels
  • New rear touch-sensitive handle.
  • Raised charging base to accommodate new height.
  • New recharging base cable
  • All parts in kit will be covered by a 2 year warranty.

Shipping to us is not included, however we will cover return shipping. Please note your current external compass will be unplugged and deactivated. Directional function is now controlled by the inclinometer.

Order here:

LawnBott LB3510 photos – first appearance on web

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

A dream come true for allergy sufferers!

Covered in fresh Alabama pollen, the new LawnBott LB3510 robot mower post the first photo of the LB3510

LawnBott LB3510 covered in pollen while mowing – you saw it here first!

Allergy sufferers dream come true!

This is one of our test LawnBott LB3510’s in action… we are working hard on updating our reviews and website to reflect all of our findings in this freshly updated LawnBott. Since it’s going to be a while before we get clean photos up for our main website I decided to snap a couple of photos to get us by.
Please excuse the pollen… if you think this is bad you should see my car!
Some highlights include:
  • Higher cutting height: 3 1/8 inches (or slightly more with the blade guard removed)
  • Rubber bumper on the front with improved bump sensitivity
  • Green shell modified to fit the new larger wheels
  • Larger, wider rear wheels (spiked wheels not available)
  • New front wheel design
  • New user menu with more options
  • Compass function done via inclinometer
  • Plus lots of other improvements with programming and other hardware enhancements
The LawnBott LB3510 manual can be downloaded here.

3.375 inch mowing height: LawnBott LB3510 (blade guard removed)

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

I removed the blade guard from the LawnBott LB3510 and measured it at almost 3.375 inches in height!  With the blade guard on, the max cutting height is around 3 1/8 or 3.125 inches.

The blade guard was added in 2008 in order for the LawnBott to be accepted by the CPSC.  The LawnBott is the only robotic mower that is accepted by the CPSC.  But if you want to gain extra cutting height, removing the blade guard is a quick and simple way to do so. on radio 101.1 FM WYDE – Listen

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

Listen as Dale Johnson from House Studs interviews Clint live on 101.1 FM WYDE in Birmingham, AL.

LawnBott at Home and Garden Show photo

Thursday, March 18th, 2010 at the Birmingham Home and Garden Show

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