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Worx Landroid S 300 20V 18cm Robotic Lawnmower 2.0Ah for £324.98 with code delivered @ Toolstation
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Worx Landroid S 300 20V 18cm Robotic Lawnmower 2.0Ah for £324.98 with code delivered @ Toolstation

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Posted 19th Aug

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WORX Landroid S WR130E robotic lawn mower is perfect for smaller gardens up to 300m2. With Smart Auto scheduling and intelligent navigation, it is faster and more agile than other robot mowers. The WR130E is safe, quiet and comes with a battery that fits any WORX 20V cordless tool. The first fully customizable robot mower on the market.

Lawnmower features:

• 3 x Stainless steel blade.
• 18cm cut width.
• 4 cutting heights.
• Cutting heights ranging from 2cm-5cm.
• Rear discharge.
• Mulch function.
• 5m power cable.

Kit Includes

1pc WR130E Mower, 1pc battery pack, 1pc charger, 1pc charging base, 9 blades and screws, 100m Boundary wire, 130 Staples, 1pc hex key, 2pc measurement gauges, 8pc nails for securing the charging station.

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Leave the mowing to the wife, so much cheaper. Gets her out the house for a while too
Be careful if somebody else in your area owns one of these.
I left mine in the garden expecting the lawn to be cut by the time I got back from work, only to find it had bogged off to the pub for a couple of shandys with the Worx from a couple of doors down.
For anyone who is curious, I have the older model of this (£250 ebay deal from here) and it is one of the best purchases I've made.

Not only do you not have to concern yourself with cutting the grass, but because it's cut daily it's the healthiest it's ever been and you save on green bin fees by having no cuttings.

Additionally, although it's not true 'multi-zone' you can run the parameter wires off the main area to create separate zones and it works in much the same way, just carry to the other zone when required and hit 'go'.
I let my chickens eat my grass so not had to cut it in years. And as a bonus get some very nice eggs in return.

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Leave the mowing to the wife, so much cheaper. Gets her out the house for a while too
For anyone who is curious, I have the older model of this (£250 ebay deal from here) and it is one of the best purchases I've made.

Not only do you not have to concern yourself with cutting the grass, but because it's cut daily it's the healthiest it's ever been and you save on green bin fees by having no cuttings.

Additionally, although it's not true 'multi-zone' you can run the parameter wires off the main area to create separate zones and it works in much the same way, just carry to the other zone when required and hit 'go'.
Thanks for posting this deal. Ordered!
Wildman19/08/2019 11:01

For anyone who is curious, I have the older model of this (£250 ebay deal …For anyone who is curious, I have the older model of this (£250 ebay deal from here) and it is one of the best purchases I've made.Not only do you not have to concern yourself with cutting the grass, but because it's cut daily it's the healthiest it's ever been and you save on green bin fees by having no cuttings.Additionally, although it's not true 'multi-zone' you can run the parameter wires off the main area to create separate zones and it works in much the same way, just carry to the other zone when required and hit 'go'.


Green bin fees? do you get charged extra for filling up your green bin. That seems mad especially as its reused (I know in my council its given to farmers for compost and so on)
Sadly Edinburgh started to charge for green bins last year. £25 a year. Stupid I know.
Aici19/08/2019 11:50

Sadly Edinburgh started to charge for green bins last year. £25 a year. …Sadly Edinburgh started to charge for green bins last year. £25 a year. Stupid I know.


£40 in Ponteland, Northumberland. They don't take glass as part of their recycling either, it's a bloody liberty!
lidds19/08/2019 11:45

Green bin fees? do you get charged extra for filling up your green bin. …Green bin fees? do you get charged extra for filling up your green bin. That seems mad especially as its reused (I know in my council its given to farmers for compost and so on)


South Gloucestershire - £30/year, collected every 2 weeks.
Rotherham £39 a year.
lidds19/08/2019 11:45

Green bin fees? do you get charged extra for filling up your green bin. …Green bin fees? do you get charged extra for filling up your green bin. That seems mad especially as its reused (I know in my council its given to farmers for compost and so on)


We pay £45 a year for 18 collections a year ( 9 months fortnightly)
lidds19/08/2019 11:45

Green bin fees? do you get charged extra for filling up your green bin. …Green bin fees? do you get charged extra for filling up your green bin. That seems mad especially as its reused (I know in my council its given to farmers for compost and so on)


Our council charges (requires a licence) to dump household inert waste e.g. bricks and tiles, despite the fact they can sell it on as hardcore! Public Sector intelligence at it's finest.
Wildman19/08/2019 11:01

For anyone who is curious, I have the older model of this (£250 ebay deal …For anyone who is curious, I have the older model of this (£250 ebay deal from here) and it is one of the best purchases I've made.Not only do you not have to concern yourself with cutting the grass, but because it's cut daily it's the healthiest it's ever been and you save on green bin fees by having no cuttings.Additionally, although it's not true 'multi-zone' you can run the parameter wires off the main area to create separate zones and it works in much the same way, just carry to the other zone when required and hit 'go'.


Have you got the link for the older model? I couldn’t find one for £250 on eBay.

Thanks
dgburgess119/08/2019 12:54

Have you got the link for the older model? I couldn’t find one for £250 on …Have you got the link for the older model? I couldn’t find one for £250 on eBay. Thanks


Apologies, I've had it a while, it was a previous deal hotukdeals.com/sea…90s
Wildman19/08/2019 13:08

Apologies, I've had it a while, it was a previous deal …Apologies, I've had it a while, it was a previous deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/search?q=wr090s


Ah, thanks. Looking into it and I don’t think it will work on my lawn without paying an extra £200 for the anti collision system (it would need to dodge a couple oftrees).
dgburgess119/08/2019 14:07

Ah, thanks. Looking into it and I don’t think it will work on my lawn w …Ah, thanks. Looking into it and I don’t think it will work on my lawn without paying an extra £200 for the anti collision system (it would need to dodge a couple oftrees).


You can run the perimeter wire to and round objects if suitable chainsawjournal-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-…jpg
Wildman19/08/2019 14:25

You can run the perimeter wire to and round objects if suitable …You can run the perimeter wire to and round objects if suitable https://chainsawjournal-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Worx-Landroid-WG794-best-robot-lawn-mower-diagram.jpg


Oooo. I’m back on board
dgburgess119/08/2019 14:47

Oooo. I’m back on board


Just peg the wire to test distances etc before burying the wire would be my tip.
Aici19/08/2019 11:50

Sadly Edinburgh started to charge for green bins last year. £25 a year. …Sadly Edinburgh started to charge for green bins last year. £25 a year. Stupid I know.


£35 here in Bristol
Be careful if somebody else in your area owns one of these.
I left mine in the garden expecting the lawn to be cut by the time I got back from work, only to find it had bogged off to the pub for a couple of shandys with the Worx from a couple of doors down.
dgburgess119/08/2019 14:07

Ah, thanks. Looking into it and I don’t think it will work on my lawn w …Ah, thanks. Looking into it and I don’t think it will work on my lawn without paying an extra £200 for the anti collision system (it would need to dodge a couple oftrees).


It would just run into the tree and reverse, or you can set the perimeter wire around the tree.
Good price. . Opted for the Husqvarna instead a few months ago. No regrets its the best investment of the year.
Got the flymo 1200r and worth every penny. BUT, expect to invest in a edge trimmer as it does leave a border which needs to be cut every once in a while
jamgin19/08/2019 16:43

Be careful if somebody else in your area owns one of these.I left mine in …Be careful if somebody else in your area owns one of these.I left mine in the garden expecting the lawn to be cut by the time I got back from work, only to find it had bogged off to the pub for a couple of shandys with the Worx from a couple of doors down.


So what you saying? Rather than doing it's job, it went out for a drink with a Worx colleague? Typical.
Out of stock anywhere near me
Really looking forward to developments in this tech, and whether the mapping technology that's used in robot vacuums can come into play to create zones and tell the mower which paths it can use to traverse between zones.
Surprised people have to pay for garden waste collections, here in TipsyNurse county it's free.

Because I put it in other people's bins.
I don’t even have a garden but I want one. Wonder if it works on fluffy carpet
MEDICGUY19/08/2019 22:52

£75 where I am (South of Worcester)

£48 a year - that’s what Wychavon currently charges.
scunny19/08/2019 10:48

Leave the mowing to the wife, so much cheaper. Gets her out the house for …Leave the mowing to the wife, so much cheaper. Gets her out the house for a while too


Such a real man.
What stops these getting nicked?
electrogear19/08/2019 22:33

Really looking forward to developments in this tech, and whether the …Really looking forward to developments in this tech, and whether the mapping technology that's used in robot vacuums can come into play to create zones and tell the mower which paths it can use to traverse between zones.


Yeah, if Xiaomi did one with lidar that would be awesome.
Would be useful if the people saying these are great would advise what the size and shape of their garden is, and whether they have kids etc. It seems like a good idea in principle but only for a particular set of ideal circumstances.
ahleung19/08/2019 22:14

Got the flymo 1200r and worth every penny. BUT, expect to invest in a edge …Got the flymo 1200r and worth every penny. BUT, expect to invest in a edge trimmer as it does leave a border which needs to be cut every once in a while


We put a green rubber border at grass level round our garden, same stuff you get in play parks. Can hardly tell and we don't have to strim.

PS we have the Flymo too
Whitedot20/08/2019 00:08

Would be useful if the people saying these are great would advise what the …Would be useful if the people saying these are great would advise what the size and shape of their garden is, and whether they have kids etc. It seems like a good idea in principle but only for a particular set of ideal circumstances.


We have a similar model, Flymo 1200r, we have two kids (5&8). Our garden is 18m X 32m, almost 600sqm, Flymo says ours can do up to 400 but we've had it for two years and works flawlessly, we have ours set to cut from 5am to 11am, but bare in mind they can only run for about an hour before needs charging again so although 5 to 11 is 6 hours it's only cutting for 3. We only run ours Monday to Friday.

You don't notice any grass clippings ever, they are so tiny they just go back into the ground, you also don't get weeds as they don't get chance to grow..
What annoys me with the extra tax on green bin collections is 1. They weren't doing it for free previously so it's double taxation 2. They should be declaring it in their annual % price rise but don't.
We've got the older model, our garden is 12 X 14m with a path down the middle and a few trees. We have two young kids and a trampoline (that I move around every few days), I just move all the toys to the path at night and have put planks of wood between the legs of the trampoline so that the mower doesn't get stuck but can still go between. Set the boundary wires 10cm from the edges and made a crossing point through the path and it's honestly a joy to see the grass cut and looking healthy without having to drag the mower out of the shed and do it myself. Best money I've spent on the garden. Beware though, the mower will show no mercy if you leave small plastic toys on the garden, I was picking up bits of plastic spade yesterday!
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Roger_Irrelevant19/08/2019 12:49

Our council charges (requires a licence) to dump household inert waste …Our council charges (requires a licence) to dump household inert waste e.g. bricks and tiles, despite the fact they can sell it on as hardcore! Public Sector intelligence at it's finest.


Very intelligent, they get paid twice to do very little!
Really tempted! Does this model cut to the edge? Done some googling and it's not clear which models do. The pictures on toolstations website show what looks like a fairly big gap between the blade and body of the mower. Anyone got the model and able to advise?
Looking for a version that can do a larger garden. All the videos seem to show it doing really large gardens that appear well over the size limit of 300m2. Is it actually capable of doing over 300m2?
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