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Model #RS630 (Up to 3/4 Acre)

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RS630 22 in. Twin Blade Battery Powered Electric Robotic Lawn Mower (Up to 3/4 Acre)

  • Easy installation with wiring included (for lawns up to 3/4 acre)
  • Tech forward with a zero emissions battery and smart app
  • Can cut grass up to 3.5 in for up to 120 mins per charge
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Product Overview

Welcome to an entirely new lawn mowing experience with the Robomow RS630. Designed to provide the most convenient and least time-consuming mow ever. Download the Robomow 2.0 app to let you connect via Bluetooth, so you can manage your mower at any time. Robomow now joins the Alexa smart home ecosystem, cutting your grass on voice command! This model is designed for larger yards up to 3/4 acre (32,670 square feet) and cuts efficiently and effectively with its dual blades and 22" cutting width. In addition, the Robomow cuts and travels on slopes up 20 degrees or a 35% grade. Fast and Easy Setup gets you mowing quickly. Just peg wire around the perimeters of the mowing area, set your weekly mowing schedule, and relax while Robomow mows for you. With the Integrated Rain Sensor, your robotic mower returns to the base station in rainy weather and starts again when conditions improve. The powerful lithium-ion high-performance batteries provide an efficient mowing speed and are long lasting to finish the job. The Unique edge mode and “cut beyond the wheel” design provides an impeccable finish on your edges, and Robomow can be easily be wired to automatically travel and mow in different zones within your yard. So Quiet, you can even allow your mower to work during quiet hours. The Robomow includes an Anti-Theft & Safety System. A valid code is required to operate and the Unit automatically shuts off if mower is tilted or picked up to protect small children and animals around the yard.
  • LARGE YARD CUTTING PATH: Dual blade, and 22" cutting width ensures an efficient and effective cut in larger yards up to 3/4 acre (32,760 square feet) and inclines up to 20 degrees or 35% grade
  • MOWS IN DIFFERENT ZONES: Can be easily be wired to automatically travel to different zones within your yard, returning to the base station after completion
  • PERSONALIZED WEB APP: New for 2019! With Bluetooth connectivity the new My Robomow app lets you manage your mower from any place, any time
  • ALEXA SMARTHOME CAPABILITIES: New for 2019! Robomow joins the Alexa smart home ecosystem, cutting your grass on voice command
  • FAST & EASY SETUP: Peg wire around the perimeters of the mowing area, set your weekly mowing schedule, and relax while Robomow mows for you!
  • INTEGRATED RAIN SENSOR: Robomow returns to the base station in rainy weather and starts again when conditions improve
  • QUIET CUT: Reduced noise level allows you to let the mower work during quiet hours
  • ANTI-THEFT & SAFETY SYSTEM: Valid code is required to operate. Unit automatically shuts off if mower is tilted or picked up
  • Robomow can mow areas inside the working area with slopes of up to 20
  • Rain sensor: allows the user to choose whether or not Robomow will operate when sensing rain or high humidity



  • California residents

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
29 in
Assembled Height (in.)
12 in
Assembled Width (in.)
25 in
Cutting Width
22 inches

Details

Amperage (amps)
600 A
Area covered per charge (sq. ft.)
4000
Assembly Required
Yes
Battery Amp Hours
6 Ah
Battery Run Time (min.)
80
Battery Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Type Required
26-volt
Battery/Charger
(1) 6 Ah Battery & Charger Included
Charge Time (hours)
1.5
Charger Included
Charger Included
Cutting Height Options
9-position
Deck Material
ABS Plastic
Deck Type
Fabricated
Features
Adjustable Cutting Height,Assembly Required,Battery level indicator,Brushless Motor,Mulching Lawn Mower,Remote Controlled,Residential,Rust Resistant,Rust resistant deck
Included
Battery(s)
Lawn Mower Type
Robot Lawn Mower
Maximum Cutting Height (in.)
3.5
Maximum Slope (degrees)
20
Minimum Cutting Height (in.)
1.25
Number of Batteries Required
1
Number of Total Batteries Included
1
Product Weight (lb.)
44 lb
Recommended Terrain
Flat,Sloped,Uneven
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Size of Yard
1/2 - 1 Acre
Start Type
Remote
Voltage (v)
26v

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

5Questions11Answers

hi, can I run a 2000 ft. perimeter wire around my property and just have it edge? if not, what's ...

Asked by Mike May 3, 2020
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Answer

The RS630 is designed to work on a 3/4 acre zone. 3/4 acre is 32760 square feet. So how long is that perimeter wire. The size of the rectangle is 180 ft wide and 180 ft tall. The perimeter around that lot is 180 * 4 = 720 ft. 720 ft is way smaller than 2000 ft. No seems to be the answer but it is not. In reality you can have multiple zones. Would have 3 zones ... 700 ft, 700 ft and 600 ft. 2000 ft.

can I get a demo ? What is the warranty ? I'm very interested, my lot is 150 X 200, minus house ...

Asked by John April 14, 2020
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Answers

Yes get he 3/4 acre RS 630. Demo videos are on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtyFTShKGgaPUZwoNTNQvjQ It comes assembled. You install a perimeter wire. Do not make the corners square. Gardens and flower beds need to be enclosed in the perimeter wire. Then you put in the fuse and it edges the perimeter. Any trouble spots you fix. Then it docks and charges for 24 hours. Next day it will mow your yard. It is very clever about not getting stuck.

Is there any set up available

Asked by BigUgly March 27, 2020
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it comes assembled in the box. But you have to install the perimeter wire. It needs to be about 10 in from house and fence. It also needs to go around gardens. It will bump into trees and things It is very clever getting out of issues. Once you get the perimeter wire set up, You have to install a fuse. Then it test edges the perimeter. Then it sets on the base for 24 hours charging. The next morning it will be mowing.

If I have a fenced in yard do I need to install the guide wire? Will it function normally without...

Asked by NoMoGasMN September 24, 2019
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the guide wire is required. any trees or hard objects will be bumped into. it is very good at working its way out of jams

Will this electric robotic lawnmower Robomow RS 630 mulch a single layer of leaves in the fall?

Asked by Lee May 4, 2019
3
Answers

it does not spray the grass out. it chews it up. fresh leaves will be tougher to get the 1st time.

Customer Reviews

  • 2.5
    out of 9 reviews
  • 38% recommend this product
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Waste of money
I bought one of these 3 years ago. After the first year, I was really amazed...my lawn looked like a golf course all the time. I followed all of the instructions and winterized it until the next spring. Then, a series of mishaps began. The mower worked for about 3 weeks then began acting strange...going over the wire and getting lost at my neighbor's, mowing the same corner of the yard for hours, charging overnight, but displaying that the battery needs charging, etc. After searching for a couple of weeks, I finally found and American service center that would answer my emails. I still had a couple of months of warranty, so I was able to get the following items replaced for free: - Small Circuit Board - Master Circuit Board - Charging Station Head - Charging Control Unit Note that these came one at a time, so we could test it, find out that wasn't the problem, then get a new part in 2-3 weeks and go through the process again. I was told to replace the perimeter wire...That's not cheap for a 3/4 acre yard with a garden, a shed, and an intex pool. It's also not an easy task, so also count 4 hours of labor. Turns out, it wasn't the perimeter wire either. I was then instructed to try a new battery, and by the way, now we're out of warranty and the new battery will be $400. Also, they told me the battery should be replaced every 2 years. I'm already into this thing for over $3000 and they want me to spend another $400? And again in 2 years? At this point, I gave up, admitted I was a sucker and took the money I would have spent on a battery and bought an electric EGO mower instead. Sure, I have to push it, but the lawn is mowed. More than I can say for the Robomow.
by GWhitaker
6 people found this helpful
At first, I was very happy with my purchase. The RS630 did a good job keeping the grass of my alm...
At first, I was very happy with my purchase. The RS630 did a good job keeping the grass of my almost ¾ acre under control. However, after about ½ year, I noticed the mower was not tracking the guide wire as well as at the beginning which eventually resulted in the mower not finding the base station reliably anymore. The problem was worn axels which gave the drive wheels so much play that the mower did not have the ability to turn corners smoothly. Unfortunately, the problems did not stop there. The spring rods which hold the axle to the motor worked their way out of their holes and cut into the plastic part which holds the ball bearing. This makes it impossible to replace the worn axel and required the complete replacement of the drive motor assembly. Besides, the bearings had corroded to the point where they were essentially no longer in existance. Other parts which started to fail after the first season where one mowing motor, the front wheel, and a couple of retaining pins which corroded to the point where the mower fell apart. All parts were replaced under warranty. I am now operating the mower for the second season and have run into most of the same problems again. This time outside the warranty period (two drive motors and one mowing motor need to be replaced). I contacted Robomow to see if they would be willing to work with me but Robomow does not stand behind the product past the 1-year warranty. Replacing all the parts that seem to fail after about one year will set you back $400. Reading customer reviews who had their Robomow for a longer time; it appears that I am not the only one experiencing poor reliability. To make matters worse, all the spare parts I would need to get the mower mowing again are out of stock. I wonder why? At the current failure rate and the unwillingness of Robomow to fix the known issues I cannot recommend the product. This really is a shame since improving the reliability of the product should not be too difficult. Oh and did I mention the rain sensor never worked despite me trying to address the issue with Robomow several times during the warranty period? The Robomow is now sitting uselessly in my garage until I bring myself to trash it and I have a bought a zero turn mower. If you still decide to get the mower, I highly recommend getting the extended warranty.
by Alias
20 people found this helpful
After a year, you will regret this purchase
Bought an RS622 in 2017 and the first season it worked flawlessly during the one year warranty period. It broke once in 2018, twice in 2019, and twice in 2020. Each time I had to diagnose the problem, wait for replacement parts, fix it myself, and make other lawn mowing arrangements. I’ve spent over $500 in replacement parts and hundreds more on landscapers to mow while my machine was broken. Parts are now unavailable for my 4 year old $2200 machine so now it is completely unusable and completely worthless. Customer support is worse than the product itself. BUY ANY OTHER BRAND!!
by My
Luv it but if it breaks, there is no where to take it and get it fixed. Asked the guy at Robowmow...
Luv it but if it breaks, there is no where to take it and get it fixed. Asked the guy at Robowmow service and support if I can send it to them and he said no. He said it will take a long time to get it fixed and returned. Had to take it apart and guess how to fix it. Home Depot does not sell any parts. Do not know if they will service it. Only certain Home Depots service. Call them, it is hard to get a straight answer on when the guy is there.
by turtle
4 people found this helpful
I could not, after several days and...
I could not, after several days and hours to get the lawn mower to keep running in my lawn. The lawn mowers front wheel would sink into the grass making it hit the bumper causing it to stop and than if it freed itself it would shut down because of the drive motor overheat. Good idea but not for everybodies lawn
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
I have an unusual lawn which caused some self induced issues installing the unit. Initially I had...
I have an unusual lawn which caused some self induced issues installing the unit. Initially I had problems getting in touch with tech support. Once that I did 95% of problems were resolved. I still have some connectivity issues to my phone app, but other than this the product is working great. Our 3/4 acre yard is sloping and curvy but the mower seems to be handling things fine. As the documentation states, your lawn looks ugly after the first cut but let it do its thing and it will look marvelous in just a few days.
by Mark
7 people found this helpful
couldn’t be happier
Have owned this mower for 3 years now, going into the 4th summer. Am extremely happy with its performance and have never had any problems with it. Absolutely love how quiet it runs and no time wasted on manual mowing! Liked it so much, we purchased for our parents who love it too!
by kala
9 people found this helpful
Purchased this unit on homedepot.com. I ran the perimeter wire following the instructions diligen...
Purchased this unit on homedepot.com. I ran the perimeter wire following the instructions diligently, started the setup process, and the unit displays an error message ("Bumper Pressed"). I called support and the only person who can help me is on vacation (after being hung up on 2 times). Asked for a supervisor, sent to voicemail. I'll be returning this ASAP. Don't buy this! They don't have support for the amount of people buying these.
by Sean
10 people found this helpful
Recommend this product......However, be aware it is not a set it and forget it mower. Just like a...
Recommend this product......However, be aware it is not a set it and forget it mower. Just like a Roomba you must ensure the yard/room is free of obstacles - Small sticks and branches randomly fall from trees. The guide wire takes a while to install. We created theee zones and at times the mower gets lost and you must check on it and ensure it is in the correct zone. Have had it 6 months. Yes, it makes a yard more enjoyable not having to spend hours riding a mower, it can mow at night and I would suggest setting aside some time in the evening to monitor it working to ensure it is not stolen from your front lawn since it has a red light that blinks off and on like the Kit car from the 80’s or a Cylone. The App/mower is not web enabled like a Roomba is. It is only blue tooth enabled with the app. What does that mean? You can not start is from a distance. It is Operated under VFR or visual flight rules like a small plane. The grass can be cut shorter than a riding mower. It is worth the money. Over time I say yes. However, let’s say you want to have it set up for a rental house yard. The tenant will need to to manage/run it. If you have a twelve year old I would say it could be their job to manage it since most kids have a cell phone and you do need the app to manage the mower cutting the grass. Weed wacking/edging is still required for a finished lawn look. So, do not plan on getting rid of your lawn care professional completely and your equipment if you do not want to hire someone. If you have lots of leaves through some seasons plan on having your lawn care folks take care of that and come edge maybe once a month. Think of it as your the lawn care assistant and your are the mower lawn manager. In the long run it is worth the investment!! In about a year it will pay for itself due to where it is being used, it may take longer for it to recoup/pay for itself in other parts of the country. In the height of the mowing season the yard needs to be mowed every 10 days at $80 a mow that is $240 and if there is excessive rain it may take the lawn care guy extra time to get back to the yard with his other clients. By the. The yard is over grown. At 3 months of mowing at $240 x3 comes to $720. That is about a forth of the mower cost. That is just an example of how the mower pays for itself. This mower is being used in Gulfport, MS and is not being stored for the winter. It is also being used for two adjoining yards a rental house yard and owner occupied yard.
by Origamiracksstorage
25 people found this helpful
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