This solar-powered robot pulls the weeds out of your garden

Tertill is a small robot that lives in a vegetable or flower garden, it charges itself, it wanders around avoids plants and obstacles, and takes care of the weeding.


The inventor of the bestselling vacuum cleaner robot has created a bot that cuts weeds.

The device is like a Roomba for your garden.

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It’s called “Tertill” is a solar powered weeding robot and a built-in whacker to get rid of them.

The bot can conquer most terrain with four-wheel drive.

It’s also waterproof and self-charging.

Plant collars keep smaller specimens alive and because Tertill cuts weeds at the source, you never have to resort to harmful herbicides.

Weed whacking has never been so adorable.

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