The Aurinco lawn mower saves energy and is easy to store.
Mowing a lawn can be a tedious task without the use of automatic equipment such as robotic grass cutters or trimmers that often look bulky and consume a lot of electricity. A designer, Leonardo Caricato, came up with a solution, a lawn mower that despite being manual, can be energy-efficient and easy to store and carry.
The garden equipment, Aurinco, is a push-to-operate lawn mower that runs on solar energy. It integrates four wheels and a solar panel on top that powers the built-in electric engine. Also inside are the controller, switch and batteries. With the last, the lawn mower will still work even when there is no sunlight.
When not in use, the Aurinco lawn mower is convenient to keep and carry. The user just needs to fold the ergonomic handle, making the unit more compact for tight storage areas.
Like Aurinco, other new lawn mower models are starting to turn lighter and smaller. In China, for instance, there are already space-saving robotic versions emerging among makers’ wide and efficient lawn mower selections. Some are fitted with sensors that guide movement or match remote controllers for easier operation.