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Einhell GE-EM 1233 1250 W Electric Rotary Lawnmower with 33 cm Cutting Width – Multi-Colour – Bargain

The Einhell GE-EM 1233 Electric Lawnmower is a high-quality, efficient and manoeuvrable helper which ideally meets the requirements for mowing small lawns of up to 300m. With its high torque, the robust carbon power motor makes powerful progress even through thick growth. For easy and individual selection of the cutting height there is a 5-level central cutting height adjustment facility. A folding long handle with quick clamping function enables storage in minimum space. The GE-EM 1233 is equipped with a practical carry-handle for easy transportation and a cable-relief clip protects the power cable from wear. It has large wheels that exert less stress on the lawn and make for easier operation in difficult terrain. The 30 litre grass box offers plenty of room for long work sessions and has a level indicator. The long-lasting housing is made of high-grade, impact-resistant plastic. Specification Input Power: 1,200 Watt.Idle Speed: 3,300/min.Cutting Width: 33cm.Cutting Height Adjustment: 5 Stages, 20-60mm.Cutting Adjustment: Central.Grassbox Capacity: 30 Litre.Weight: 11.1kg. PTDEINGEEM1233

Hotsellhome New 12LED Solar Power Buried Light Under Ground Lamp Outdoor Path Way Garden Decking (A)

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Upgraded LED Buried lamps for Garden Lawn Yard.

Made of durable and stylish stainless steel.

Solar powered ground light.

Comes with auto-on dusk to dawn sensor.

No wiring required and safe to use around children and pets.

A 600ma Ni-MH rechargeable battery included.

Ideal for areas where conventional electrical supply is not available.

Lights light up automatically at night. LED lights can work last up to 100,000 hours.

The solar gardening lights are stay in ground stably.

The solar pathway lights are wireless, stainless, waterproof and automatic.could last up to 7-10 hours when fully charged.

Ideal place like garden ,ground lights ,festival atmosphere lights etc.


1.Light Color: White.

2.Waterproof level: IP44.

3.Solar Panels: 2v 100ma.

4.Lighting time: sustainable lighting about 7-10 hours.

5.Light body light source: 12 LED.

6.Battery type: 1.2v.

7.Material: stainless steel + high-durable ABS.

8.Size: 12 * 12.5 * 14 cm.

Package Include:

A:1 x 12LED solar Light.

B:4 x 12LED solar Light.

C:1 x 12LED solar Light.

DARPA Is Working on Insect Scale Disaster Robots

The skies are slowly being filled with flying robots and the people controlling them are being switched out for AI. Now DARPA is focusing on scaling down those robots to insect scale to act as a support team in disaster scenarios. Allowing such tiny robots to fly depends on how successful DARPA’s new SHort-Range Independent Microrobotic Platforms (SHRIMP) program ends up being.

Working with a “micro-to-milli robotic platform” presents a number of new challenges in the areas of power, navigation, and control. If they can’t be solved, then we’ll never achieve intelligent insect robot swarms. As DARPA explains[1], small robot research is already benefiting from the development of “microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), additive manufacturing, piezoelectric actuators, and low-power sensors,” but miniaturizing robots to millimeter scale is being held back by a lack of development in other areas.

That’s what SHRIMP aims to fix by focusing specifically on actuator materials and mechanisms (components for allowing and controlling movement), as well as new power storage solutions allowing for independent maneuverability. Dr. Ronald Polcawich, a DARPA program manager in the Microsystems Technology Office, points out that if SHRIMP is successful in creating highly efficient movement and power systems at the insect scale, the benefits go well beyond robotics. “While the goal of SHRIMP is develop small-scale, independent robotics platforms, we anticipate that discoveries made through our actuator and power storage research could prove beneficial to a number of fields currently constrained by these technical challenges-from prosthetics to optical steering.”

The breakthroughs that SHRIMP achieves will also be fun to watch from the outside as DARPA intends to use the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Robotics Test Facility[2] to evaluate the new tech.

Participating teams will take part in an Olympic-style evaluation where their micro-to-mill robots will need to demonstrate maneuverability across flat and inclined surfaces, as well as managing to carry loads and show off how fast they can function.

Whatever your feelings on creating AI-controlled robots no bigger than an insect, the wider impact such small scale tech could have is exciting.


  1. ^ DARPA explains (
  2. ^ National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Robotics Test Facility (