Mulch your garden worries. Or simply blow them away. Once and for all!

Kobi is the world’s first fully autonomous all-season garden robot. It mows your lawn. It removes your leaves. And it blows away the snow.

Meet Kobi
If only my cat was as helpful in the garden as Kobi is.
Kobi never tires, never fails to show up when required and never sends you an invoice.
Sounds like the perfect gardener, right?
Kobi is like having 3 very real and very effective garden gnomes.



You own a smartphone and yet your shed is still full of dumb garden tools? Well, maybe they were helpful once, but today, it’s time for an upgrade. Say hi to Kobi, the smartest  tool in the shed. 

The joy of gardening is overrated.

Does the word ‘labor’ make you jump with joy? If you’re anything like us, it probably does not. Our definition of the word ‘joy’ does not include mowing lawns, cleaning up leaves or removing snow. In fact, we despise these activities. Obviously, that is why we built Kobi. And, obviously, that is why you want one.


The dark green side of old school gardening


According to the American Time Use Survey, the average American spends about 70 hours a year on lawn and garden care. That is about 2 entire workweeks. We can think of better ways to enjoy our time off. We guess you do too.


Here is something you didn’t know: the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that over 17 million gallons of fuel are spilled yearly while refuelling yard equipment. Which is more than oil spilled by the Exxon Valdez! Every year! If that is not enough for you: gas-powered lawn mowers are responsible for about 5% of US airpolution according to the EPA. Oh, by the way, did we already mention that Kobi is not gas-powered, but fully electric?


Yard work not only takes fingers, toes or hands, but also lives. Hundreds of them every year. If you’re not fit, yard work could well be the last thing you’ll ever do. You wouldn’t want that on your tombstone, would you?


You will always find people ready to mow your lawn for you. For hard cash, that is. But unlike grass, your money does not grow by itself. Think about that for a minute.