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Brings this bad boy to your next demolition project and get the job done in a heartbeat.
The DXR 310 is only 78 cm wide and can pass through most doorways on it’s tank like treads. This small width allow it to work in small spaces and can even work on uneven surfaces thanks to its four stabilizing legs.
The robot weighs 1960 kg, is powered with a 22 kW motor and has its own source of LED illumination good for 20,000 hours of light. The robot also can use a Bluetooth enabled joystick type remote control that can be worn over the shoulder, thanks to a curved bar.
This bad boy of demolition also has a telescopic arm with a length of 5.5 m that is made of steel for those hard to reach places.
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The mower can mow about 1/2 an acre on a single charge and then heads back to it’s base for a recharge, which takes about 40 minutes.
Currently priced for the European market at €4,000. No word on when it is coming stateside.
See Husqvarna’s solar powered mower here.
We couldn’t find a video of the 260, but see the other models in a video after the break.