WORX WG790E.1 28V 18cm Landroid M Robotic Lawn Mower £399.99 @ Amazon
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WORX WG790E.1 28V 18cm Landroid M Robotic Lawn Mower £399.99 @ Amazon

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Found 1st Apr
I've had one of these for the last 3 years and it's been awesome! Saved me a huge amount of time and keeps the garden looking nice at all times which is great when working away from home! It's an expensive item but you can't buy time so I don't regret forking out for it one bit. This is the lowest it's ever been on amazon according to camelcamelcamel. Here's some official blurb!

The WG790E.1 Landroid M takes care of your lawn autonomously. Packed with a full set of features, Landroid is a robotic mower that’s extraordinarily easy to install and program. If your lawn is up to 800m² large, the the WG790E.1 Landroid M is designed for you. Be the envy of your friends with an immaculate lawn, with none of the hard work. Landroid comes pre-programmed and ready to go straight out of the box, simply select a pre-programmed pre-set, install the boundary wire and your Landroid is good to go! Your Landroid will automatically return to its docking station to recharge itself when it's low on power but will always follow the boundary wire back home ensuring your gardens edges are always cut. The Landroid deposits the short grass clippings back into your lawn providing it with much needed natural nourishment, another task you no longer need to do. Unlike other automatic mowers that are blind, Landroid is equipped with a patented Artificial Intelligence Algorithm (AIA) that allows it to make decisions. It is able to navigate and mow narrow passages where other robots would only pass through (Provided the boundary wire has been laid). Landroid adapts to your garden rather than you adapting your garden to the Landroid. Smart technology and all terrain tread wheels allow the Landroid to work on gradients up to 20° (35% gradient). You can also easily adjust the cutting height to suit your lawn from 20-60 mm, by simply turning the dial.

Box Contains1 x WG790E Landroid,
1 x WA3225 Battery Pack
1 x WA3716 Charger
9 x Screws
9 x Blades
1 x Charging dock with 15m extensiom cable
4 x nails for securing the charging station, x1 Hex Key, x180 staples, 150m Boundary line, x2 Measurement Gauge

WORX WG790E.1 28V 18cm Landroid M Robotic Lawn MowerIf your lawn is up to 800m² large, the the WG790E Landroid M is designed for you.Be the envy of your friends with an immaculate lawn, with none of the hard work. Landroid comes pre-programmed and ready to go straight out of the box, simply select a pre-programmed pre-set, install the boundary wire and your Landroid is good to go! Your Landroid will automatically return to its docking station to recharge itself when it's low on power but will always follow the boundary wire back home ensuring your gardens edges are always cut.

  • Fully automatic mowing system
  • Automatically returns to charge station
  • Ideal for lawns up to 800m²
  • Programmable timer for weekly mow schedule
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Easy tool-less cut height adjustment
  • Rain sensor
  • Low noise
  • Zero emission in use
  • PIN code lock
  • Weather proof construction
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deanos19 m ago

does not pick the cuttings up, fail


It doesn't need to.... It's meant to be used every few days so cuts tiny bits of grass off each time which mulch back into the lawn which is actually good for the lawn
Pvfc12345678908 m ago

My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to …My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to cut my lawn.....This robot seems an expensive alternative


But this keeps the lawn looking good at all times rather than looking good for the week after your Gardner cuts it before getting scruffy again and you having to wait for him to turn up again....... Plus if it lasts 4 and a bit years you're quids in and will be saving money! I agree this deal isn't for everyone but I absolutely love mine..... Can't beat a nice summers day sitting on a recliner with a beer watching the lawn get mowed....... Although I guess you could do the same with the Gardner if you really wanted to
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col111 h, 29 m ago

I'd go for the top modal Husqvarna automower, it's a couple of grand more …I'd go for the top modal Husqvarna automower, it's a couple of grand more but it has headlights!Heat for price and if you have a large enclosed garden, it's artificial grass all the way for me



NO no and thrice no, should ban plastic lawns, after all the hoo ha over plastic wanting to replace something natural that sustains life to something that's un natural. You can get grasses to grow in almost any garden enclosed or not.
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I'd go for the top modal Husqvarna automower, it's a couple of grand more but it has headlights!
Heat for price and if you have a large enclosed garden, it's artificial grass all the way for me
Edited by: "col11" 1st Apr
My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to cut my lawn.....
This robot seems an expensive alternative
Somebody call a mathematician
Pvfc12345678908 m ago

My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to …My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to cut my lawn.....This robot seems an expensive alternative


But this keeps the lawn looking good at all times rather than looking good for the week after your Gardner cuts it before getting scruffy again and you having to wait for him to turn up again....... Plus if it lasts 4 and a bit years you're quids in and will be saving money! I agree this deal isn't for everyone but I absolutely love mine..... Can't beat a nice summers day sitting on a recliner with a beer watching the lawn get mowed....... Although I guess you could do the same with the Gardner if you really wanted to
Once a month for a lawn ? . I do mine twice a week in summer - and enjoy it . No Robot mowers or gardeners on my lawn thanks very much .
does not pick the cuttings up, fail
deanos19 m ago

does not pick the cuttings up, fail


It doesn't need to.... It's meant to be used every few days so cuts tiny bits of grass off each time which mulch back into the lawn which is actually good for the lawn
oh i see, thanks for clearing that up
Talking of gardeners - my experience has generally been negative at the key times of the year when grass grows quickly. There have always been more profitable houses to do gardening for, have never shown up to even start the jobs (especially in summer). This sounds amazing for those who can’t get out or don’t have the time.
col111 h, 29 m ago

I'd go for the top modal Husqvarna automower, it's a couple of grand more …I'd go for the top modal Husqvarna automower, it's a couple of grand more but it has headlights!Heat for price and if you have a large enclosed garden, it's artificial grass all the way for me



NO no and thrice no, should ban plastic lawns, after all the hoo ha over plastic wanting to replace something natural that sustains life to something that's un natural. You can get grasses to grow in almost any garden enclosed or not.
When you go on holiday, pre-program it to cut the lawns at 3am
Your neighbours will love it.
So you have to leave it out all the time?
postmang7 m ago

So you have to leave it out all the time?


Yes. It's weather proof. It even has a rain sensor so it stops cutting when it rains and returns to its charging dock and will come back out after the rain has stopped
Pvfc12345678901 h, 44 m ago

My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to …My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to cut my lawn.....This robot seems an expensive alternative


If this robot lasts more than 4 years (and yes, it will) then it is cheaper than your gardner
Would it do a big big garden ? Or would it get lost ?
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Helpful56711 m ago

If this robot lasts more than 4 years (and yes, it will) then it is …If this robot lasts more than 4 years (and yes, it will) then it is cheaper than your gardner


My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of charging this for 4 years and get back to me,ta
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell34 m ago

When you go on holiday, pre-program it to cut the lawns at 3am Your …When you go on holiday, pre-program it to cut the lawns at 3am Your neighbours will love it.


Mine goes throughout the night. You can't hear it from more than a couple meters away.
Pvfc12345678901st Apr

My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of c …My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of charging this for 4 years and get back to me,ta


He also doesn't cut it every day. It wouldn't be shocking that a scruffy lawn cut once a month is cheaper than a regularly cut lawn...
Bet it doesn't do stripes!
Bought one couple of years ago cause like OP i work abroad and when I come home at the weekend the last thing i want to do is traipse up and down an overgrown lawn. You have to factor in replacing your own manual flymo every fours years anyway. Another additional benefit is the daily mowing keeps the weeds away. Since I've had it I've never used weed control on my lawn.
Great idea, leave it cutting the grass while you’re out and some scaly will have it away before you get home.
blackster2 h, 5 m ago

ColdCheaper to buy a cow



You have no idea how wrong you are. Even marrying one will cost you a fortune.
Pvfc12345678902 h, 1 m ago

My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of c …My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of charging this for 4 years and get back to me,ta



No, buit your gardener will use a petrol mower, and most likely other petrol powered tools, maybe battery powered so will still use things that are factored into his hourly rate.
Rumpelstiltskin1st Apr

Great idea, leave it cutting the grass while you’re out and some scaly w …Great idea, leave it cutting the grass while you’re out and some scaly will have it away before you get home.


Shame they won't be able to use it thanks to the security features.
Good price OP. This is a good reduction in the normal price so it’s a deal people so deserves heat. No idea why people come on here to offer reviews about why they don’t think they are any good or it wouldn’t be any good, or worse vote cold because of that reason. This is a deal site.
Edited by: "texaspetey" 1st Apr
akkybadi3 h, 36 m ago

Would it do a big big garden ? Or would it get lost ?


The description on the website says that this is suitable for a lawn is up to 800m²

There are other mowers on the market which will cut a larger lawn.
Helpful5675 m ago

The description on the website says that this is suitable for a lawn is up …The description on the website says that this is suitable for a lawn is up to 800m² There are other mowers on the market which will cut a larger lawn.


Thanks I’ll look into it
Artificial grass is the WORST idea since "car tyre coral reefs" or sky lanterns. Not only do you make your garden devoid of all wildlife, you gradually spread a mixture of plastics, latex, dyes and chemicals into the surrounding area until 15 years later you dump it in landfill and replace it. As if we needed another way to destroy our planet...
Edited by: "electrogear" 2nd Apr
TBH I would be scared it would be stolen.

Maybe if our garden was behind a huge fence.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 1st Apr
Pvfc12345678909 h, 37 m ago

My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to …My Gardner chargers £10 a time (once a month) for 9 months of the year to cut my lawn.....This robot seems an expensive alternative


Sounds like you have a very small garden so not really worth getting one of these as the relative cost is disproportionate
Pvfc12345678901st Apr

My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of c …My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of charging this for 4 years and get back to me,ta


I'm surprised you only need your lawn cut once a month. Ours gets done once every 10 days or so.

And just because this deal doesn't seem to stack up for you doesn't mean it doesn't work for others with bigger lawns and who want a neat lawn the other three weeks of the month too.
LesD28 m ago

Anyone able to compare this deal with the …Anyone able to compare this deal with the Flymo?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00C70LUQ4?


This was going to be my question.

Also, does it detect dog/cat/fox poo and avoid it? Or just go over it and create a mess?
As far as I can see, the comparison is:

Lawn size: WORX up to 800m2, Flymo up to 400 m2
Power: WORX 28v, Flymo 18v
Weight: WORX 8.9kg, Flymo 7.4kg
Incline capability: WORX 20°, Flymo 14°
Battery: WORX 2.0 Ah, Flymo 1.6 Ah

So, I guess you say the WORX wins?

As for the dog/cat/fox problem.................!
LesD7 h, 40 m ago

Anyone able to compare this deal with the …Anyone able to compare this deal with the Flymo?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00C70LUQ4?


The Flymo doesn't have a rain sensor, whereas the WORX will scuttle back home in the wet.
pgilc110 h, 53 m ago

Sounds like you have a very small garden so not really worth getting one …Sounds like you have a very small garden so not really worth getting one of these as the relative cost is disproportionate


It’s 200sqm,I know this because I measured it when i ordered the turf to lay it,not sure if that’s very small or big depends on what your comparing it to.
Pvfc12345678903 h, 30 m ago

It’s 200sqm,I know this because I measured it when i ordered the turf to l …It’s 200sqm,I know this because I measured it when i ordered the turf to lay it,not sure if that’s very small or big depends on what your comparing it to.


Well if you're getting that cut for £10 including their time, their travel time to you, the use of their mower / fuel costs and you're living in a unique part of the country where one cut a month does it then clearly this deal isnt for you.
Edited by: "pgilc1" 2nd Apr
Pvfc12345678901st Apr

My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of c …My gardener doesn’t need electric so can you also work in the cost of charging this for 4 years and get back to me,ta


Either he uses a petrol mower (factor in the cost of petrol) or an electric mower (factor in the cost of electricity) or he has a push hand mower -> how quaint, how time consuming
Edited by: "Helpful567" 2nd Apr
Is there a way to program it to cut both front and back garden?
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