When it debuted in 2002, the Roomba captured the public’s attention. No one had ever seen such a clever vacuum cleaner, let alone one that was hands-free.
Fifteen years later, Roomba creator Joe Jones may have come up with the next ground-dwelling superstar, only this time the machine works outside.
Here’s what Tertill is all about.
Roomba creator Joe Jones created Tertill in collaboration with Franklin Robotics. The device contains solar panels for power.
Tertill is low-maintenance. It only requires a small raised border around the garden to stay in the right area and a small amount of space between plants.
Franklin Robotics has launched a Kickstarter campaign selling Tertill for $300. Would you pay $300 for this weed warrior?
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