Re: [RoboMower] To Barbara Needham:
- whereru750@... on 10/31/04 said
>If I remember correctly, aren't you also a member of the RoombaYes.. I have three Roomba's [although my discovery is on its way back to
>Do you have a Robomower as well? If not, I think they are an
>excellent device. I have 2 of them, and think they are well worth
>the price of admission.
me, or discovery replacement I suppose] I don't have a Robomower as even
Iggy agrees my lawn is too small. It would be fun though.
- While I agree pinning is probably not a great idea for a complete
install, the OP was looking for alternatives for finishing a install
that already used pegs.
It seems to me that using staples such as these
would be an excellent way to tweak an install between pegs.
I still favor the slit and stuff method using an edger
for a stealth, safe, precise, and easy install.
--- In RoboMower@yahoogroups.com, tysamigo@a... wrote:
> Yes, however one of their most complained about "flaws" are these
> We have had to date 3 Electrolux Automower customers order pegs
as a result
> of their experience with these staples.
> In a message dated 12/2/2004 10:56:20 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> cweaver@y... writes:
> The Electrolux mower apparently uses "staples" to pin the boundry
> wire in.
> Best Regards,
> Tyler Ramage
> Public Affairs
> Customer/Dealer Support Mgr.
> Robo Direct Inc.
> P: 502.742.ROBO
> F: 502.968.9109
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