The Lawn Beetle is an Efficient and Eco-Friendly Lawn Mower

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 8, 2011 • References: coroflot & walyou
Several complaints come along with the modern lawn mower, and although they're slightly unrelated, the Lawn Beetle manages to offer a magnificent solution to two.

First of all, treatment of one's property's green space is sullied by the use of machines that run on gas. Respecting the environment that you care so much to maintain is much more admirably accomplished with this apparatus which is powered by the sun thanks to a curved solar paneled shell.

Secondly, designer YunJin Chang solves the problem of leftover grass cuttings with an ingenious system of compacting the trimmings. Inspired by the Dung Beetle, the Lawn Beetle mower eats away at the tips of your turf and expels spheres of compressed grass from behind. The large leafy balls are much easier to collect than the current method of raking the whole yard for scattered cuttings. Stats for Insectile Grass Cutters Trending: Older & Chilly
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