Comparison Review: Husqvarna Automower 310 vs Ambrogio Twenty Deluxe & Automower 315 vs Twenty Elite

If you are looking at a robotic lawn mower solution, have a large garden, and are thinking of buying Husqvarna or Ambrogio – you might want to watch this video. We compare the Husqvarna Automower 310, Automower 315 & Automower 315X against the Ambrogio Twenty Deluxe, Twenty Elite& Twenty Elite S+; looking at key robot mower elements like batteries, drive motors, electronics, user interfaces and overall build quality. Comparing side by side so you can see the differences for these top selling models.

Explore The Different Parts Of Each Model
0:00 Intro
2:56 Robot Size
4:18 User Interface / Displays
5:56 Blades
10:34 Wheels, Traction & Drive
17:46 Bumpers & Sensors
22:51 Inside The Robots
28:31 Batteries
31:38 Motors
38:20 PCBs / Circuit Boards / Motherboard
44:44 Base Stations / Charging Docks
48:30 Conclusion

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Ambrogio Twenty Deluxe

Ambrogio Twenty Elite

Ambrogio Twenty Elite S+

Husqvarna Automower 310

Husqvarna Automower 315

Husqvarna Automower 315X

Comments from previous video (Before 22/3/21):
We had a slight technical issue on the picture in the middle of the original video so have fixed and re-uploaded. These are the comments on the first version before we had a chance to remove it.

Martin Wolf • 15 hours ago
Really awesome! I am very impressed about all your effort. Thank you so much for this valuable insight.

Peter Mahringer • 2 days ago
Great video. Really helpful. Please compare the quad with the 435X in the next video.

RJW 831 • 2 days ago
Looks like the Husqvarna was designed by bean counters and the Ambrogio was designed by engineers.

RJW 831 • 2 days ago
GREAT review. Thanks. I was going to but the Husqvarna but your review clearly indicates that the Ambrogio is much, much, better in terms of engineering and manufacturing quality. What an eye-opener!

Simon Knight • 2 days ago
Great video John, very informative, thank you for making it.

Jerry Fife • 2 days ago
Great job ! Thanks for the awesome comparisons, extremely helpful in understanding the differences in the robots. Thanks for sharing!

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17 thoughts on “Comparison Review: Husqvarna Automower 310 vs Ambrogio Twenty Deluxe & Automower 315 vs Twenty Elite”

  1. The more voltage you have, the less amps are needed to get the same work done. The correct way to compare the amount of energi in batteries, and how its done in ex. electrical vehicles), is to compare how many Watthours (Wh) they have. Watt = Voltage * Amps = it gives away how much energi truly can be stored in it. As an example: A 100 AH 1 Volt battery is only 1/10th of a 10 Ah 100 Volt battery 🙂

  2. Interesting review.

    Sadly, the reviewer is clearly favorizing Amrogios design as an advantage in most aspects and doesn’t mention HQ’s design advantages where relevant. For example, the large body giving higher security if a hand is pulled in from the side. And the colission techniques explained as Ambrogio are having 3 different methods as HQ has one. In reality HQ also have drive-current monitoring, etc.

    According to review, Ambrogio should have outstanding capabilities when it comes to getting grip in slopes, following pits on the ground, efficiency, durability. I guess we need a real-life test to prove if that is true in reality. Are wide but small wheels better than large and thin in all environments? Are the flexible front wheels (allowing cutter to dig down into pits) giving better cut result and less risk of getting stuck compared to HQ’s “stiff” body? How can the knifes of Ambrogio hold up for a whole season when HQ cannot? Both are rotating stainless metal knifes? Another question, are you sure HQ really lack accelerometer? Even my cheap china cutter has it.
    Looking forward to more tests 🙂

  3. Ambriogio is ignoring US market needs for 4" high cut, I almost bought one last year from Paradise Robotics but can't have dead grass in the summer of NE Ohio

  4. Hi, Jonathan. How does the twenty manage on slopes? I have around 45% slope in the lawn, I know it's rated for this, but does it live up to it's claim? Any advice appreciated. Thanks

  5. Thanks for taking the and putting together such a complete and easy to see and understand comparison video. As usual you knocked it out of the park with this video.

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