Granted, the LawnBott SpyderEvo isn't the first robotic lawnmover we've seen. But I'd be lying if I didn't say it's the hottest one I've seen. Seriously, this will be the thing trimming all the grass in the Batcave if grass grew in caves.
Able to handle yards up to 10,000 square feet, the bladed automaton will cut all your grass without supervision, allowing you to maintain a manicured lawn with virtually no work on your part. Like other home cleaning robots, it will recharge on its own, too, autonomously parking itself to the recharging station to fill the batteries back up for another day.
The LawnBott SpyderEvo LB1500 isn’t completely autonomous, though -- you'll have to walk over and push a button to get it to start. After that, you just leave it to its own devices, allowing the robot mower to run around the yard, keeping everything trim and dandy. It measures 19.2 x 19.2 x 10.6 inches and weighs 25 pounds, so it's easy to bring it inside the house for safekeeping, too.
To ensure it keeps the cutting within your lawn, the robot comes with a set of sensors that work with perimeter wires to restrain it within a limited area. Features include a 4-prong disc blade for cutting, trims up to 1.8 inches in height, rugged wheels, 4WD for clearing slopes up to 27-degrees, bump sensors (with automatic direction reversal when hitting walls) and 3.5 hours of runtime on a full charge.
Amazon has the LawnBott SpyderEvo LB1500 available now, priced at $1,799.