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WORX Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower, 28-volt WG794

August 17, 2015 - Comment

The Worx Landroid is the pre-programmable robotic mower that lets you customize daily mowing schedules. The Landroid runs 7 days a week giving your lawn a continuous manicured look by giving the grass a trim on a routine basis as opposed to traditional mowers that take off substantial amounts of grass on a less frequent

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The Worx Landroid is the pre-programmable robotic mower that lets you customize daily mowing schedules. The Landroid runs 7 days a week giving your lawn a continuous manicured look by giving the grass a trim on a routine basis as opposed to traditional mowers that take off substantial amounts of grass on a less frequent basis. Among its many features, Landroid navigates narrow passages, cuts with precision on slopes angling up to 20 degrees and does it all with zero emissions. If your lawn is under 10750 ft2 and you want it to look great every day, the Landroid is designed precisely for you. The Intuitive keypad makes it easy to customize a mowing schedule so your lawn is neatly mowed every day. The low noise operation allows you to mow during the day or night. This allows you to wake up to a freshly mowed lawn every morning. The Landroid runs off of a 28V rechargeable battery so there are zero emissions.

Product Features

  • Fully programmed out of the box for easy set-up and use
  • AIA technology allows Landroid to make intricate cuts and navigate narrow passages
  • Landroid evenly mows inclines and declines up to 20-degrees
  • Landroid uses shock sensor system to mow around obstacles
  • Automatically returns to base in case of rain or for recharging battery
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Comments

Bragg Swain says:

Very pleased! Automatic Yardwork :) I have had this mower for one full season. The installation is full afternoon project. It took me a few hours for a yard that is about a ΒΌ of an acre. The instructions are easy but you need to be detailed when going around your yard. I followed the directions exactly as stated in the manual and had plenty of posts to anchor the wire down. The mower uses the low voltage wire as a guide, half of the Landroid is on one side or the wire and half on the other when its returning to its home charging station. For areas where I had a more natural area I would get the wire closer to the edge of the grass. For areas where I had a solid structure, like a fence or house, I would leave the exact margin as instructed. The wire and charging station worked perfectly until I forgot to flag the wire and a lawn service I hired aerated the yard. I then had to do the wire all over again. Word to the wise, flag the wire prior to Aerating so it does not get destroyed. Also map out your yard so you…

raphe "raphy" says:

has potential, but serious flaws are a nonstarter (updated) UPDATE: sadly, I have to downgrade this review to one star. It simply isn’t worth the time and effort. My robot develops problems faster than tech support can fix them. Now the robot simply can’t return home. It reproducibly takes a sharp right turn off into the out of bounds area when following the wire home. A setup it has been fine with for weeks is suddenly completely unworkable. At this point, it’s very clear this thing is either just plain defective, or they have advertized the robot to be capable of things it simply is not actually capable of. Tech support is VERY leisurely about solving the problem. The only thing they have done thus far is tell me to download new firmware, and I have been talking to them from the first week of owning this thing. They seem unaware that if they get around to solving my problem in December or January, it won’t be very helpful for this summer and the mowing I need done right now. Honestly, the tech…

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