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Husqvarna Automower 405X

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Husqvarna Automower® 405X - a reliable and high-performance model in the X-line series, suited for the smaller lawn.

It mows complicated lawns upto 600m2, featuring systematic passage mowing for perfectly cut narrow passages and it easily handles slopes with an incline of 40%. Carefree operation thanks to electric cutting height adjustment, TargetHeight funcion, frost guard and weather timer.

Easily cleaned and washed off with a hose.

As a member of our premium X-line range, it features Automower® Connect with GPS theft tracking and GPS-assisted navigation to keep you in control where ever you are and X-line design with LED Headlights, front bumper and special coloured wheel caps.

Also equipped with FOTA (automatic firmware updates over the air).
Husqvarna Automower® 405X - a reliable and high-performance model in the X-line series, suited for the smaller lawn.


Working area capacity
600 m² ±20%
Maximum slope performance inside installation
40 %
Maximum slope performance at boundary
15 %

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