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Worx Landroid Review

Worx Landroid Robot Lawn Mower Reviews (2020)

 

As I’m writing this, WORX (or Worx) has 3 Landroid models, that includes S / M / L, in their lineup:

  1. Worx WR130E S300
  2. Worx WR142E M700
  3. Worx WR153E L1500

These are not the highest quality robot mowers out there, but they’re well above average. That makes them not cheap yet still affordable rather than too expensive in the market of robot lawn mowers.

At base value, they’ve got all the essential mowing, safety, and security features, but also cloud computing artificial intelligence (AIA technology), and in the case of M and L models, cut to edge feature as well.

For extra cost you can buy upgrades (5) to them which include the 1) Anti Collision System (ACS), an ultrasonic sensor for detecting obstacles from afar in order to drive around them without touching, but also the 2) Off Limits Module, 3) Radio Link Module, 4) Find My Landroid Module, and 5) Voice Control.

 

Worx Landroid Reviews

Simply skim over the descriptions of the Worx Landroid robot mowers below and see which one resonates with you the most, see if anything sticks. Check with “Robot Mower Buying Guide” to get your bearings.

Then, if you feel like it, quickly check the corresponding review to learn all there is to know about that one particular mowing robot you fancy most.

 

1) Worx WR130E S300 Landroid
Review (2020)

Worx WR130E S300 Landroid Robotic Lawnmower measures: 50,7 cm x 36,1 cm x 20,5 cm (length x width x height)weighs 8 kg, and has 3 pivoting blades for a cutting system. It’s got collision, tilt, and lift sensors, is more or less water resistant, and has multiple security features. Noise level is up to 67 dB. Apart from over air connection, includes a USB port for firmware updates. Review: Worx WR130E Landroid; or check its price here.

Worx WR130E S300 Landroid Robot Mower
Dimensions: 50,7 cm x 36,1 cm x 20,5 cm / 20″ x 14.2″ x 8.1″ (length x width x height)

It’s using artificial intelligence (AI) to determine the optimal route and mowing schedule. Additionally, with a smartphone you can, when the robot mower is connected to Wi-Fi, remotely control its settings rather than having to do it manually. It has all the essential mowing, safety, and security features, but also the cloud computing artificial intelligence (AIA technology). Upgrade features available for extra cost (there’s no cut to edge feature with this model).

 

2) Worx WR142E M700 Landroid
Review (2020)

This Worx WR142E M700 Landroid is meant for lawns up to 700 m² (or 0.17 ac.) that has slopes no steeper than 20° (or 35 percent). It’s otherwise an autonomous robot lawnmower using a 20V 4 Ah lithium-ion rechargeable battery and running on electric power. It’s got 3 pivoting razor-like blades underneath the mower mulching grass fairly quietly (up to 67 dB) and maintaining your lawn at a cutting height of 30-60 mm (or 1.18″ to 2.36″). Review: Worx WR142E M700 Landroid; or check its price here.

Worx WR142E M700 Landroid Robot Mower
Dimensions: 55.8 cm x 40.4 cm x 20.5 cm / 22″ x 15.9″ x 8.1″ (length x width x height)

It’s using artificial intelligence (AI) to determine the optimal route and mowing schedule. Additionally, with a smartphone you can, when the robot mower is connected to Wi-Fi, remotely control its settings rather than having to do it manually. It has all the essential mowing, safety, and security features, but also the cloud computing artificial intelligence (AIA technology) and cut to edge feature. Upgrade features available for extra cost.

 

3) Worx WR153E L1500 Landroid
Review (2020)

Worx WR153E L1500 Landroid is perfect for large lawns up to 1500 m² (or 0.37 ac.) in size and is able to cope with slopes up to 20° (or 35 percent). It’s an autonomous robot lawn mower that runs on electric power using a 20V 4 Ah lithium-ion rechargeable battery. With its 3 pivoting razor-like blades it quietly (up to 66 dB) mulches grass and maintains your lawn at a cutting height of 30-60 mm (or 1.18″ to 2.36″). Review: Worx WR153E L1500 Landroid; or check its price here.

Worx WR153E L1500 Landroid Robot Mower
Dimensions: 63.0 cm x 44.5 cm x 22.5 cm / 24.8″ x 17.5″ x 8.9″ (length x width x height)

It’s using artificial intelligence (AI) to determine the optimal route and mowing schedule. Additionally, with a smartphone you can, when the robot mower is connected to Wi-Fi, remotely control its settings rather than having to do it manually. It has all the essential mowing, safety, and security features, but also the cloud computing artificial intelligence (AIA technology) and cut to edge feature. Upgrade features available for extra cost.

 

Who’s Behind Worx Landroid Robot Lawn Mowers?

Worx is a brand name for the Western markets which is owned by Positec Tool Corporation, a China-based manufacturer of power tools, lawn and garden equipment and accessories.

Ultimately then, it’s Positec that does the producing and Worx that does the selling of these Worx Landroid robotic lawnmowers. They stand out by offering unique solutions – Worx robot mowers for example are customizable/upgradeable and smarter when compared to most competitor robot mowers.

 

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One comment

  1. Chris Martin

    I have a Worx Landroid M700 and it’s brilliant. Our garden is about 200m2 and it’s more than adequate for this size, but I chose this model for its “ cut to edge” ability. Generally it can cut to within 2” of any border, which is better than most other brands and models. Also, the side docking station is good, we’ve jut put it in a discreet spot again the fence, hidden by a bush. Setting it up was easy, it takes a bit of trial and error to get the perimeter wire in the right place around awkward borders and corners, but that’s not really a problem. As long as the wire is pegged down well and pulled tight there’s absolutely no need to go the the effort of digging it in. Within a few weeks it just disappears into the thatch at the base of the grass and is invisible. After a season of the daily “little and often” cutting approach our lawn is lush, thick and healthy. I can honestly say it’s one of the best things I’ve ever purchased!

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