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    Husqvarna Automower 315x Review

    Swedish manufacturer Husqvarna Group is a company focused on creating outdoor power products, including chainsaws, trimmers, brushcutters, cultivators, garden tractors, lawn mowers, and sewing machines. One of the company’s automated lawn mower solutions is the Husqvarna Automower 315x.

    The Automower 315X is an automated robotic mower that helps you achieve the perfect lawn, while also providing you with more free time. If you own a small or medium-sized yard up to 0.4 acres, the Automower 315x is an outstanding choice. It comes equipped with a rubber front bumper and specially painted wheel caps, and the standard installation is made by a Husqvarna Professional. It’s capable of covering a working area capacity of 0.4 acres, proving able of cutting grass between 0.8 to 2.4 inches tall. The typical charging time is around 1 hour (60 mins) and it usually takes around 70 minutes to mow grass on a 0.4 acres area, all in a single charge. The Automower 315X is weather resistance, meaning it also works in the rain.

    The Automower 315X features Automower Connect, allowing you to fully control the lawn mower right from your smartphone. You can easily send start, stop and park commands, and check and adjust settings. Users can also receive alarms and track their mower’s position in case of theft – wherever they are. The Automower 315X also features GPS-assisted navigation with its onboard GPS system that creates a map of the garden, including where the boundary and guide wires are installed (setting up the boundary wire is a simple and easy process). Your Husqvarna Automower will then register which parts of the garden it has covered and adjusts its mowing pattern accordingly. This ensures optimized lawn coverage, delivering excellent mowing results.

    Its featured energy-efficient LED headlights provide better visibility and control, proving perfect to work in the dark. These LED lights will also start flashing whenever a malfunction occurs. Lastly, it also features Superior Interaction, meaning the Husqvarna Automower 315x is compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home, so by giving your smart speaker a voice command, the mower will jump straight to the task. Users can execute basic commands such as start, stop and park, as well as get status updates from their mower by simply asking their voice assistant. It’s also important to note that it mows with reduced noise, providing users with a silent cutting solution. The company also offers somewhat regular software updates that usually work properly, but there have been a few cases of malfunctioning after some specific software updates.

    The Husqvarna Automower 315x is a premium Automower model from the X-Line Series, featuring smart technology and an intuitive interface, proving to be the world’s most capable robotic mower. With it, obstacles, tight spaces and slopes are no sweat. It comes with a 10 years mobile data contract included. If you’re interested in getting yourself a Husqvarna Automower 315x, it goes for around $2.500 MSRP (manufacturer’s suggested retail price). You can find all information about it (including where to get one) on Husqvarna Group’s official website, by clicking Here.

    David Novak
    David Novak
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