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Husqvarna Automower 430X

€3.150,00
Automatic Charging
PIN Code Lock
Electric Height Adjustment
Manages Slopes up to 45°
GPS-Assisted Navigation
An onboard GPS system creates a map of the garden, including where the boundary and guide wires are installed. Husqvarna Automower® will then register which parts of the garden it has covered and adjusts its mowing pattern accordingly. This will ensure optimized lawn coverage and an excellent cutting result.
Automatic Charging
When Automower® needs more power, it finds its own way back to the charging station.
No Emissions
Because it is electrically powered, Automower® produces no harmful emissions.
Settings Panel
With the settings panel, the mower can be personalized to fit many different gardens and preferences.
Timer
You decide if you want Automower® to mow the lawn around the clock and 7 days a week.
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