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Do you think this is going to get bigger and bigger? Offering the service of installing an automatic mowing system?

I think this has the potential to get pretty big.

I haven't seen this service offered yet.

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Yeah it could get big..... til it runs down some ladies cat & makes an automated furball out of it. Or when the wiring underground shorts & it mows the plant beds down to stumps.

So. Do the blades sharpen themselves too?
Can the little robot trim & blow off?
Will it suck or blow?

I think it's just more likley to suck.
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I've heard of those things before. The robot doesn't do a regular pattern very well, so it doesn't leave a great looking result. I'm surprised its gotten so big. I don't think it could ever replace the quality of a human mowing your lawn, especially since it can't edge.
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The thing that I thought was unique about this business was that it installed the systems. Then I am guessing, regularly maintained it.

Have you seen anyone else offering this kind of service?
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what is automatic mowing?
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From what I read, it's kinda like setting up an invisible dog fence. Where there are these underground markers and the mower, mows within them.
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