August 2007 Newsletter
Lawnbott Demo Unit Sale
Lawnbott Installation Sale
It's Worth It
Paradise Robotics Facts
Did you know Lawnbott can have up to 3 zones?
Zones are useful for mowing different parts of the yard at different times.
The Adventures of Superbot
Litter Robot in Black & Ivory
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Save money on the best-selling Lawnbott LB3200 Evolution! Since this model is the best seller, it rarely (if ever) goes on sale. The only way to save money on it is to buy a demo unit! Call to find out the condition of the demo unit and the price. Savings can be as much as $200! Since we do a lot of demos, we almost always have at least one demo unit for sale. Call today!
Save 50% on installation of your Lawnbott! Lawnbott is easy to install yourself. However, you must have the patience to read the manual and follow the manufacturers' instructions. There are quite a few details to pay attention to, like the orientation of the charger base, minimum distances between the wires, etc. When we install your Lawnbott for you, we follow the manual exactly, we program your Lawnbott and we give you some instructions so you'll know how to take care of it. The Lawnbott installation sale ends August 31.
Why spend money on home automation products? It's worth it! Why have a dishwasher? Why have a washing machine and a dryer? These products don't do all of the work for you. You still have to clear the table and load the dishwasher. You still have to gather and sort the laundry, put it in the washing machine and move it to the dryer. But we still want these products. Why? Obviously, they save enough time and enough effort to be worth it.
Let's take the Litter-Robot as an example. Before Litter-Robot, you would scoop the cat's waste, shake as much of the unused litter off the scoop as you can and put it in a garbage bag. You continue until all the lumps are removed. Depending how picky your cat is about clean litter and how many cats you have, you are doing this at least once a day. It takes about ten minutes to complete. If you really love cats and have them over your whole lifetime, this uses up about 9 months of your waking life (assumes 70 years of scooping, 10 minutes a day and 16 waking hours a day)
Some people are already frustrated with scooping and simply use a lot of litter and throw it all out once a week. Imagine the cost! With Litter-Robot, no litter is wasted because it cleans the litter after each use.
Now let's do a similar calculation for Lawnbott...
In the last "Adventures of Superbot" Clancy struggled with the idea of becoming Superbot. He tried to avoid it altogether and overworked himself into the R & R error. While resting, Clancy could not shake Glenda's words from his mind, so he decided to become Superbot, but on his terms. Clancy has no intention of saving Robotica; he just wants to get back to his life with the Franks. Read the first two episodes of "The Adventures of Superbot" in the May and June issues of the Paradise Robotics Newsletter.
Clancy spun his head around three times. "Whoa, I feel dizzy and sick to my battery.", he thought. He started beeping the error beep: "BEEP, BEEP". He read the code from his internal computer. 333. "333? Now what?", he thought. "Hmmm, 111 is 333 divided by 3. 3 plus 3 plus 3 is 9. 3 times 3 times 3 is 27. SO WHAT! All of this is meaningless. I never was good at puzzles, why me?". Clancy took a deep breath and said to himself, "Ok, you can do this. Nothing is too hard for you. Now, I had to spin my head three times and this gave me the error code 333. This cannot be a coincidence. I know, I'll check the manual and see what it says for error code 333." Clancy pointed his memory marker to the page in the manual having error code 333. "The robot's balance sensor has tripped. Stand the robot on its head to reset the sensor.", he read. "Oh, great. More gymnastics. Here goes nothing." Clancy let himself out of the