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Coverage: 400 m2 ±20% once charged, 800 m2 ±20% working capacity.
 
The compact Wombat Junior – small, light, simple and easy to maintain. Ideal for the backyard. Has bump sensors, touch sensors, rain sensors, emergency stop & most features of other Wombats. The Wombat Junior will run for 45 minutes on full charge, to cover up to 800 square metres.
 
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Coverage: 600 m2 ±20% once charged, 1800 m2 ±20% working capacity.

The advanced Robot Wombat Joey II – With a powerful 6.6Ah lithium battery and WiFi control. Will run for up to 2-3 hours on full charge, to cover up to 600 sq. metres. Recommended for areas up to 1800 square metres, it moves at up to 35 metres per minute.

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Coverage: 1000 sqm ±20% once charged, 3000 sqm ±20% working capacity.

The RobotZoo Wombat III – With a wide 34cm cutting deck, and dual front caster wheels. Wombat III will run for 2 to 3 hours on full charge, to cover up to 1000 sqm. Suitable for areas of 3000 square metres or more, it moves at up to 35 metres per minute.

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Key FeaturesWombat JnrWombat Joey IIWombat III
RobotZoo Wombat Junior Robotic Lawnmowerrobot mower robot mower
Price$924$1,298 $1,496
Working Area (m²)800±20%1800±20%3000±20%
Cutting height Adj.ManualElectronicManual
Cutting width (cm)202134
Maximum Incline28˚30˚28˚
Weight-Net (Kg)8.51410
Battery Capacity (Ah)2.26.66.6
Warranty (years)122
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