4.36 Elite

£4,199.00

A high performance solution for large areas of grass

For lawns up to 6,000m2

The 4.36 Elite is a high-performance robotic lawn mower designed for large open spaces of up to 6,000 meters. It features a jointed deck and independently moving front and rear axles, making it ideal for undulating ground. The wide rubber wheels provide excellent grip compared to the hard plastic wheels of other brands. The robot is made from premium parts and high-grade materials that are thoroughly tested at the Ambrogio factory in Italy and the UK, and it comes with a 6-year warranty.

The robot uses high-quality solid steel blades, which offer vastly improved longevity compared to smaller replaceable blades. The large blades also maximize the cutting area, ensuring a clean and uniform cutting action. The 36cm diameter blade is a remarkable size for a robotic mower. The robot also includes a rain sensor and an easy-to-use large touch screen color LCD display for simple controls.

The 4.36 Elite features electric height of cut, which can be changed within the app or on the robot’s control panel. It also includes GSM Connect for full connectivity with the Ambrogio App, allowing for software updates, remote control, real-time navigation, scheduling, and even pairing with other robots from the Ambrogio range with +infinitysystem.

Overall, the 4.36 Elite is a reliable and efficient robotic mower that is perfect for easily maintaining large areas of grass. Its durable design and advanced features make it a top choice for those seeking a high-performance lawn maintenance solution.

 

Installation

This robot requires installation of a perimeter wire.

We use our specialist cable-laying machine to neatly bury the wire, 1 – 2 inches below the surface of the lawn with no mess.

Installation assumes:

– The grass is cut/short prior to installation.

– An outdoor socket is in near proximity to the desired base station location.

– The perimeter wire route is 100% turfed.

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