Honda Miimo 3000
Product description

The robotic lawn mower Honda Miimo 3000 is suitable for an area of approximately 4000 m2 according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. The area size takes into account the mower’s design parameters. The working area is defined by the boundary wire. The mowing method and the mowing movement is mixed (random or/and systematic in parallel lines). Continuous information about already mown area is not available. Robotic lawn mower returns to the charging station along the wire. The cutting width is 25 cm. The range for cutting height adjustment is from 20 mm to 60 mm. The robotic lawn mower Honda Miimo 3000 can mow the area of the maximum slope of 25 degrees or 47 percent. The motor of Honda Miimo 3000 is designed brushless. The battery capacity is 5.4 Ah, which represents the overall energy of 120 Wh by the system voltage 22.2 V. The charging time is approximately 45 minutes. The robotic lawn mower with the full charged battery can mow for 90 minutes. The mower weight with the battery included is 13.8 kg. For technical information about Honda Miimo 3000 features and other parameters, see Technical specifications or visit manufacturer’s website.

Technical specifications

Product: Honda Miimo 3000

Area Size Up to
(specified by the manufacturer):
4000 m2

Cutting Width: 25 cm

Cutting Heights Range: 20-60 mm

Blade speed: n/a rpm

Maximum slope (degrees): 25°

Maximum slope (percent): 47%

Motor Type: brushless


Battery Capacity: 5.4 Ah

System Voltage: 22.2 V

Number Of Batteries: 1.0

Battery Total Energy: 120 Wh

Charging Time: 45 min.

Maximum working time: 90 min.


Product Length: 710 mm

Product Width: 550 mm

Product Height: 301 mm

Weight incl. Battery: 13.8 kg

Guaranteed sound power level: 60 dB(A)

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For easy detection of the slope degree, we recommend using a digital spirit-level when selecting a robotic lawn mower. It allows you to measure the slope in degrees. To make sure that you correctly identify the maximum slope value on your lawn, it is necessary to measure it at multiple locations and take into account the highest value measured.