Can children play on the lawn when the GARDENA Robotic Lawnmower is working?
A built-in safety feature means the blade will automatically stop if the mower is lifted up or turned over. Though, we strongly recommend turning off the mower when small children are playing on the lawn. It is also recommended to use the built-in timer to automatically park the Robotic Lawnmower in the charging station during the part of the day when children are expected to be on the lawn.
Do the GARDENA Robotic Lawnmowers have a theft alarm?
Yes. The mowers has several theft protection systems that may be activated.
The robotic mower cannot be used without the personal PIN code. The installation lock prevents the mower from functioning on any other installation than your own.
The time lock requests your four-digit PIN to be entered at an interval of 30 days.
The alarm requires the PIN code to be entered when the robotic mower is stopped – or an audio alarm will go off.
Are the GARDENA GARDENA Robotic Lawnmowers potentially dangerous to cats and dogs?
No. Our experience shows that pets usually respect the robotic mower and give it some space.
However, our robotic mowers are equipped with sensors which means that it reverses and chooses another direction if it runs into ‘objects’ such as pets. If it does collide with a pet, the contact is very light and unlikely to cause any damage.
What happens if I forget my PIN code?
Contact Gardena Customer Support. Make sure you have the serial number and the product registration key available.
The serial number is found on the product label on the robotic mower and the product registration key is included in the box.
If you haven’t done the product registration or lost your product registration key, please contact Gardena Customer Support and we will guide you to solution.
Is the electrical power in the boundary wire dangerous for humans or pets?
No. It has such a low voltage and current that it is totally safe.