Ambrogio focus their efforts more towards big gardens rather than smaller ones and this is shown in one of their smaller models the L30 Elite Plus mower – which covers 1600m², not too shabby for a “smaller” model. To learn more about its other features and capabilities click here to read my review.
For those that don’t have quite as big a lawn as needed for the above model but do need one that is more agile and better at manoeuvring itself around the garden (to cope better with tight bends and narrow angles), the L85 Evolution is the better model for you.
To learn more about its features and capabilities click here to read my review.
This is one of Ambrogios biggest models and can only be put to good use on huge gardens, it covers areas reaching 6000m². The L300 Elite outperforms some of the markets most popular brands in terms of its lawn coverage capabilities and has the necessary navigation and mowing features to ensure you grass is effectively maintained.
To learn more about its features click here to read my review.
Just in terms of lawn coverage alone this mower is one of the most impressive mowers I have ever read or learned about. Not only can the L400 Deluxe cover an incredible 20,000m² but it also has many premium mowing features, such as GPS navigation system, spiral cutting and mobile & tablet connection.
Ambrogio have made a fantastic job with this mower and even though it’s only built for a small, select group of people, I encourage you all to check it out. To read more about its features, click here to read my review.
So that your Ambrogio robotic mower works properly within your garden, you need to install it properly. To learn how have read through my tutorial and watch the video on the following page (click here!).
If you have any questions or queries about any of the Ambrogio mowers then have a read of my FAQ page, click right here to do so.