HUSKVARNA, Sweden, March 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The app from Husqvarna enables users to control, configure and monitor the robotic lawn mowers Husqvarna Automower(R) 320, 330X and 450X models from the wrist.
Today, the world leader in robotic mowers launches the app Automower(R) Connect, an app available for Apple Watch(TM). With the touch of a finger, Automower(c) Connect enables you to mow your lawn from the wrist via Apple Watch(TM), regardless if you are at work or on vacation on the other side of the world.
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"21 years ago Husqvarna set the first robotic mower on the market, and we have been pushing the technological frontier ever since. With Automower(c) Connect for Apple Watch (TM), Husqvarna takes the user experience to yet another level and strengthens its innovation lead in the growing robotic mower market," says Olle Markusson, robotic category manager at Husqvarna.
The Automower(R) Connect app is available for the Husqvarna Automower(R)320, 330X and 450X. The one-touch display allows functionality in these key areas:
- Control - Monitor the current status of the robotic mower, and send it "Start,"
"Stop" and "Park" commands.
- Configure - Read and modify the menu of the robotic mower settings.
- Security - Receive alarm notifications and track the position of the robotic mower in
the event of theft.
The application is free to download and available in App Store and is listed in the utilities category.
About Husqvarna Automower(R)
The Husqvarna robotic lawnmower was introduced in 1995 and has since evolved into a true performer that handles almost any garden. More than twenty years on, the robotic lawnmower still excels on the lawn, quietly and efficiently saving you time to do other things.
Since its birth, Husqvarna Automower(R) has truly evolved both in its name and its capabilities. It's powered by electricity and takes on steep 45% climbs, works in any weather condition, and powers along silently.
The unique mowing technique is based on that the mower's small, sharp pivoting blades continuously cuts the grass several times in random patterns within the boundaries you decide. When it's time to recharge the battery, the mower returns to its charging station, and thereafter continues to mow until the job is done.
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