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Husqvarna Automower 305

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Husqvarna Automower® 305 features a compact design and is ideal for smaller, complex gardens up to 600 m2, easily handling slopes with an incline of 40%.

The four-wheel platform together with systematic passage handling provide effective operation, and the triple-search function facilitates the fastest way home to the charging station.

Equipped with weather timer, frost guard and Automower® Connect@Home. Easily cleaned and washed off with a hose.

Working area capacity (±20)
600 m²
Maximum incline within the working area
22 °
Typical mow time on one charge
70 min
Typical charging time
60 min

Automower® Connect@HOME
The Bluetooth® solution, Automower® Connect@HOME, gives you full control of the mower right in your smartphone. You can easily send start, stop and park commands, check and adjust the settings. Bluetooth® communication up to 30 meters range. Standard for all 300-400 series.
Automower 305: systematic passage mowing

Systematic Passage Mowing
To deliver excellent cutting results everywhere, the robotic mower can be set to automatically switch mowing pattern from random mode to systematic mode in narrow passages.
Easy cleaning
You can wash the exterior and underneath of the robotic mower with a garden hose. By using the attached maintenance tool, the cover can easily be removed, for easy cleaning and reachability everywhere.

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