WORX WG790E.1 Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower Review


The future has arrived for lawn care enthusiasts in the form of the WORX WG790E.1 28V 18cm Landroid M Robotic Lawn Mower. Enjoy cutting your lawn from a distance as this lawnmower operates autonomously, leaving your hands (and feet!) free to relax. Incredibly easy to install and program, this robotic  mower even navigates narrow sections of your garden without getting unstuck… or indeed stuck. Once the bulk of the job is done it’s simple to switch to edging mode to tackle those hard to cut perimeters of your property, and there’s even a ‘Zone Mode’ which enables you to cutomise the treatment your lawn gets depending on which area of the garden the mower is operating. So with a bit of simple programming, all you have to do is push a button and let the lawn mower do all the hard work.

The  WG790E.1 automatically returns to the docking station to recharge whenever it reaches a low power level. This means you can continue to sit and enjoy a cold beverage without having to lift a finger, while your neighbours watch on with envy. What’s more, smart technology enables the lawnmower to cut on slopes that measure up to 20 degrees, so don’t be put off if your garden isn’t perfectly level, you might still be able to reap the benefits of the WG790E.1. When it comes to your grass height preferences, setting the dial between 20 and 60 millimetres is an absolute doddle and achieves the perfect cutting height without the backbreaking labour.

Safety plays an important role as far as any lawn mower goes, so it’s only natural to be extra cautious when the damn thing drives itself! Rest assured, the Worx robo mower features intricately designed sensors to detect pets, children, and garden furniture with near perfect accuracy.

The primary downfall of the Landroid lawnmower is the sensors sometimes miss the presence of smaller fallen tree branches. So in truth, it’s not completely hands free – you still have to check your garden for branches before unleashing the lawnmower. Some users have also complained about the difficulty of setting up the boundary wire, with the lawnmower getting stuck in a few cases, so you might be faced with a small amount of trial and error before the the lawn mower executes its route perfectly. The full charge lasts about an hour, which can cause delays, although this baby will be out there cutting every day should you wish it to, so you’re never likely to find yourself with an overgrown lawn with this robo mower.

Pros

  • Easy to program robotic lawnmower
  • Grass cutting heights between 20 and 60 millimetres
  • Edge mode handles lawn perimeters
  • Sensors prevent contact with pets and children
  • Highly durable outer casing resists impact and rust damage
  • Recharges automatically at docking station

Cons

  • Full charge only lasts one hour
  • Doesn’t always detect fallen tree branches
  • Boundary wire difficult to set up perfectly on first attempt

Conclusion

Like other robotic mowers the Landroid  has revolutionized how we cut grass. Instead of sweating on a hot day, you can use your time doing something you actually want to do. The lawnmower automatically recharges by returning to the docking station, and as tackles lawn perimeters accurately, what’s not to love!

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