How do you define the perimeter in WORX Vision robotic mower app?

How do you define the perimeter in WORX Vision robotic mower app?

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thanks for a great review of the WORX Vision robotic mower, i believe the app lawn perimeter definition is misleading i thought the mower would stay inside the a perimeter as defined but unless you fix magnetic strips it will go outside the defined perimeter. i have a very complex garden therefore i have to buy at least 100 mt of no go. i believed perimeter definition by app was enough to create the boundaries to be mowed. thanks

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Asked on April 17, 2024 12:06 pm
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Hi, If the mower can see the boundary then there will no problem. If you see from my video, I want to stop the mower going into part of my lawn (no physical boundary for the mower to see) so you will need to use the magnetic strip. This is expensive, so not particle for very large areas. GPS/RTK guided mowers have a defined boundary with no need for additional strips to define no go areas - these robotic mowers are a lot more expensive. thanks Mark

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