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Is that because he has already a lawn mower? Or when he goes to purchase a new lawn mower the price is out of the range?
Also, what about the folks that pay for lawn mowers?
For my situation, a robotic lawn mower must cut the grass as good as a pushmower, meaning that the final appearance of the lawn must be as good. The reason that a gasoline powered pushmower makes the lawn look so good is that it cuts the grass to a very uniform height and cuts it off sharply. It does this by creating a strong updraft under the mower deck which pulls the grass up straight and then cuts it off. I have not seen a mower with less than a 5 HP gasoline engine do this effectively.I realize this doesn't matter to everyone. I'm just expressing my personal preference.