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Wonder what impacts will occur to the snowblowers??? https://seekingalpha.com/news/337059...rands-division
Looks like they are planning on leaving push mowers and low end garden tractors altogether. Hmmm....

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I can see robotic lawnmowers developing rapidly, cutting the lawn sucks big-time.

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Robotic mowers are definitely an interesting product. Hopefully they will become more common and cheaper.



It is a nice idea to just have a device that could roam the yard every few days, for instance, and quietly keep up with the grass. That could save people a lot of time.

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dream on. robotic lawn mowers are lawsuits waiting to happen, plus how easy would it be to just grab someones and walk away. cant compare it to a robotic vacuum cleaner. we still dont have flying cars or companies signing off on driver-less cars. sux but looks like cutting grass and blowing snow requires some sort of human to be at the controls, like remotely controlling them from my porch drinking a beer, its been done by hobbyists

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