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    My Kind Of Mower. A Robot. A Sure Thing To Own.

    Now, here is the right mower for hill-sides and pond banks. I could make good money with this type. Perfect for mowing those hard, dangerous hill sides and pond back, or hire out to the State Highway Dept. to mow their right-a -ways.
    Wonder what the cost might be?

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    No pricing (that I found) but if they could add a snowblower to the front and some remote video...

    Wouldn't it be nice to both mow and clear snow from the comfort of your la-z-boy.
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    There’s a few American companies who build similar stuff. A bit on the spendy side....





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    The guy down the street has a small autonomous mower. Does a Ok job in the spots it doesn't miss.

    So with the one DS pictured would that cause a new thread...Where my Z-Turn stuck itself today.

    Gizmo couldn't own one, poor Mel would get wore out on mowing day.
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    Think I would want a beefy roll cage on those suckers to at least protect it a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    There’s a few American companies who build similar stuff. A bit on the spendy side....
    Those Daleks look a bit different than I remember. Ex-ter-min-ate!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Those Daleks look a bit different than I remember.
    Ya just missing the toilet plunger death ray thing on them..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanW View Post
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    No pricing (that I found) but if they could add a snowblower to the front and some remote video...

    Wouldn't it be nice to both mow and clear snow from the comfort of your la-z-boy.
    I had a similar thought about the snowblower; but I'd like to see the operator's cab so the bloke doesn't freeze his plums off remotely operating the machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Think I would want a beefy roll cage on those suckers to at least protect it a little.
    The weight looks to be between the tracks makes me wonder if it would be near impossible to tip over.
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