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McCulloch Robot Mower Reviews

McCulloch Robot Lawnmowers Reviewed (2020)

 

Although the S-series models are slightly* newer than the R-series McCulloch robot lawn mowers, they aren’t too far apart from one another when it comes technological solutions to what a robot mower is set out to do. Here are the models available:

  1. McCulloch ROB S400
  2. McCulloch ROB R600
  3. McCulloch ROB S600
  4. McCulloch ROB R1000

 

What you do NOT get with McCulloch robot lawnmowers:
If you wanted a gardener with cloud computing artificial intelligence system navigating the lawn using highly sophisticated technologies along with a GPS system, automatically scheduling mowing times based on the grass’ growth rate and weather conditions, assuming you covered the whole mowing area with a Wi-Fi signal, then that’s not what you’re getting with McCulloch robot mowers.

What you DO get: 
What you’re looking at with McCulloch is, first and foremost, an autonomous practical good quality typical lawn mower that gets the job done. Apart from all the essential mowing, safety, and security features, the more advanced features include things like inaccessible zone coverage, cut to edge, and energy saving mode, along with a few others like that. Nothing highly advanced, so you don’t need to fiddle around with adjusting every little detail to justify a higher price, hence McCulloch robot mowers are affordable if not cheap. Remote control is also limited to Bluetooth connection, so there’s no need to extend your Wi-Fi signal all across the lawn either.

As for the negatives:
Although it can do its thing when it’s raining, there’s no rain sensor in these robot mowers. You also need go through the effort of installing a perimeter wire, and you need to take out the dishes yourself because this robot was not meant for anything else but mowing the lawn.

 

McCulloch Robotic Lawnmower Reviews

Scroll through the general descriptions of the McCulloch robot lawn mowers below and see if any is calling for you. You may want to look over the “Robot Mower Buying Guide” for more insights.

Then, if you feel like it, quickly check out the corresponding review to learn all there is to know about that one particular mowing robot you fancy most (Reminder: they don’t differ all that much).

 

1) McCulloch ROB S400 Review (2020)

Built for lawns up to 400 m² (or 0.1 ac.) in size where the slopes aren’t steeper than 19.3° (or 35 percent). It’s otherwise an autonomous robotic lawnmower using a 18 V 2.0 Ah lithium-ion rechargeable battery running on electric power. It mulches grass and goes at it in a random pattern using 3 pivoting razor-like blades attached to a rotating disc that make up the cutting system. The robot mower operates quietly (up to 57 dB) and maintains your lawn at a cutting height of 20-50 mm (or 0.8″ to 1.97″). Review: McCulloch ROB S400 Robotic Lawnmower; or check it price here.

Check its price here.

McCulloch ROB S400
McCulloch ROB S400

 

2) McCulloch ROB R600 Review (2020)

McCulloch ROB R600 is designed for lawns up to 600 m² (or 0.148 ac.) that has up to 14° (or 25 percent) slopes. It’s otherwise an autonomous robotic lawnmower using a 18 V 2.1 Ah lithium-ion rechargeable battery running on electric power. Mulching grass at a random pattern, it’s got 3 pivoting razor-like blades for a cutting system. The robot mower operates quietly (up to 59 dB) and maintains your lawn at a cutting height of 20-50 mm (or 0.8″ to 1.97″). Review: McCulloch ROB R600 Robotic Lawnmower; or check it price here.

Check its price here.

McCulloch ROB R600
McCulloch ROB R600

 

3) McCulloch ROB S600 Review (2020)

McCulloch ROB S600 is meant for lawn up to 600 m² (or 0.148 ac.) in size wherein slopes are no more than 19.3° (or 35 percent) steep. It’s otherwise an autonomous robotic lawnmower using a 18 V 2.0 Ah lithium-ion rechargeable battery that’s running on electric power. It mulches grass at a random pattern with 3 pivoting razor-like blades for a cutting system. The robot mower operates quietly (up to 57 dB) and maintains your lawn at a cutting height of 20-50 mm (or 0.8″ to 1.97″). Review: McCulloch ROB S600 Robotic Lawnmower; or check it price here.

Check its price here.

McCulloch ROB S600
McCulloch ROB S600

 

4) McCulloch ROB R1000 Review (2020)

Designed for lawns up to 1000 m² (or 0.247 ac.) and able to handle slopes up to 14° (or 25 percent) steep. It’s otherwise an autonomous robotic lawnmower using a 18 V 2.0 Ah lithium-ion rechargeable battery running on electric power. It’s got 3 pivoting razor-like blades for a cutting system with which it mulches grass at a random pattern. The robot mower operates quietly (up to 59 dB) and maintains your lawn at a cutting height of 20-50 mm (or 0.8″ to 1.97″). Review: McCulloch ROB R1000 Robotic Lawnmower; or check it price here.

Check its price here.

McCulloch ROB R1000
McCulloch ROB R1000

 

Who’s Behind the McCulloch Robotic Lawnmowers?

McCulloch UK Ltd is a brand within the Husqvarna Group.

This Swedish company, currently the global leader in robotic lawn mowers by the way, acquired the rights to the American based McCulloch brand first in Europe and then on the North American markets in 1999 and 2009 respectively.

McCulloch has these robot mower models available: McCulloch ROB S400S600R600, and R1000. And the only real difference between them all is how they’re wired to handle the corresponding size of mowing area. They all share very similar features wherein the R-series are older than S-series models and thus have slightly older features/solutions in comparison. The R600 is the least sophisticated model amongst them.

Also, Gardena, another brand dealing with robotic lawn mowers, is also part of Husqvarna Group. Just saying.

 

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