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Husqvarna Automower 415X Robotic Lawn Mower Review


Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (from 66 reviews)

The Husqvarna Automower 415X uses advanced smart technology to deliver a 'perfectly' cut lawn 24/7 with just a touch of a button. Control scheduling, adjust settings, track location, and monitor mowing status via the Automower Connect App. Automower Zone Control lets you create specific work areas and stay-out zones from your smartphone.

Set up is simple with the included self-installation kit: place the charging station, lay the boundary wire, install the guide wire, and start mowing. Features GPS theft tracking, a built-in alarm system, and a PIN code lock, ensuring security and allowing real-time location tracking through the app.

The Automower 415X navigates narrow passages, objects, and 40-degree slopes. With an 8.7-inch cutting width and an area capacity of 680 square feet per hour, it suits lawns up to 0.4 acres. Effortlessly maintain a pristine lawn with the Husqvarna Automower 415X.

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What users think:

The Husqvarna Automower 415X robotic lawn mower has received quite mixed reviews with both strong positives and notable negatives.

On the plus side, once installed, the mower efficiently maps and mows the lawn. Users appreciate the systematic mowing pattern and the ability to set up zones. It significantly reduces the time spent manually mowing, and the Automower Connect App is user-friendly.

However, reliability is an issue. After a year, some users reported problems like broken boundary wires and difficulties getting the mower to turn on after winter. Customer service is often unhelpful, requiring visits to dealers for repairs. The mower can get stuck occasionally and requires manual intervention. Durability is a concern, with parts breaking during transport between yards.

Overall, the Husqvarna Automower 415X performs well when operational but has reliability and customer service issues. Its convenience is a major benefit, but potential buyers should be aware of the possible problems and handle the mower carefully to ensure longevity.

Direct quotes from owners:

We've had a lot of fun with this. Some work installing the wires, but I enjoyed doing it. We no longer have to mow. Just set it up and forget it. The yard has never looked better. Highly recommend.


I've had my 415x running for about 2 months now. I love it when it works, but there in is the rub. Within a few weeks, it had a warped cutting disk (the plastic disk that the blades mount to). I ordered a replacement that took weeks to get to me and kept running it.


Take the time to watch a few videos on how to install and then lay out your approach for your yard. This saves a lot of time for when you do the actual install. I did a self install in about a half day and the mower has since worked perfectly. Very happy with the operation of the 415X and would recommend to anyone considering a riding or robot mower.

Price: £1950

(at time of writing)

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