Unique EcoFlow Blade robotic lawn mower pricing was just announced
The pricing and further details about the new EcoFlow Blade robot lawn mower have been unveiled. EcoFlow claims that the Blade is the world's first robot lawn mower not to require a boundary wire and collect leaves and branches with a sweeping accessory. Rather than the traditional physical perimeter guide, the gadget uses GPS, LiDAR and a camera to navigate your garden and avoid obstacles.
The Blade is suitable for lawns up to 3,000 m² (~32,292 ft²) in size with a 298 Wh battery that can fully recharge in two hours. You can adjust the cutting height between 20 and 76 mm (~0.79 to 3.0-in), and the robot is 44 cm (~17.3-in) wide. Plus, the device has 200 mm (~7.9-in) omnidirectional wheels, making it easier to overcome obstacles up to 40 mm (~1.6-in) in height. You can control the gadget via an accompanying app, and support for 4G and eSIM would allow you to track the robot if it was lost or stolen.
Prices have been spotted at several dealers, including Backyard Provider and Drone Works Ireland. The EcoFlow Blade Robotic Lawnmower is listed for US$2,899 or €2,999. The EcoFlow Blade Lawn Sweeping Kit add-on, which the robot can use to collect debris, is priced at €799; the US pricing for this part is currently unknown. Retailers in Europe suggest that the EcoFlow Blade robotic lawn mower will go on sale on April 26. It is unclear whether the gadget will launch on the same date in North America.