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WORX WR130E S300 Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower £399.99 @ worx / eBay
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Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
Direct from Worx. Cheapest I can find at moment compared to Amazon, screwfix, B&Q etc. The all new WORX Landroid - it’s more than a new robot mower. It’s a new era. The Lan… Read more

Shame I already own the flymo 1200r. Would have gone for this because of the app and integration which the 1200r lacks


What's the warranty like if buying through the eBay link. Also this or the other deal for the landxscape lx799?


Looks like something from Robot Wars "From Swindon, LANDROID!! "


I bought the first low end worx one a couple years ago posted on here when it came up for £250 on eBay. Generally happy with it, problems have been: When it gets wet the rain sensor is meant to stop it running until an hour after it becomes dry, it just seems to confuse it entirely (crash) and I generally notice it hasn't run for a couple of days and have to reset it and let it charge up again You generally need to do the edges by hand as difficult to set up boundary wire perfectly, if you have any height differences (our lawn seems to be a little higher than the path) near the edges and drops off it can lose the boundary and stop, have to manually put it back on the lawn, in the end had to relevel the lawn where this happened. When releveled the lawn accidentally broke the boundary wire, bought the recommended connecters to rejoin and they failed after a week in the ground, ended up having to relay a whole new boundary wire with no breaks. So set up is a pain, hopefully they have fixed the rain big in future versions, otherwise been really happy with it.


Reference to previous deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/word-landroid-s300-robotic-lawnmower-3764671?page=1#comments-last some similar questions have been answered there.

LANDXCAPE LX799 300m2 Robotic LawnMower - £249.99 @ WORX / Ebay
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Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
The all new Landscape LX799 300m2 robotic lawn mower is perfect for smaller gardens up to 300m2. No programming is needed, the LX799 starts mowing at just the press of a button. … Read more

Worth it if you don’t have time and want your lawn to look consistently neat. Our lawn grows so fast and to look good all the time would need mowing at least a couple of times a week. We have a ride on and the novelty soon wears off!


Me too. :( Is it ridiculous to consider one of these for a lawn that's about a quarter of the size of a tennis court? Anyway, seems a moot point, now. Expire?


Price has increased for me to £379.99


If this could do the weeding I would be in there like shot !


Does this need a firmware upgrade?

WORX WR130E S300 Landroid Robotic Lawnmower £399.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
I have been looking at these for a while and it seems this is a great price. They are nearly £500 at other places

It learns the size of your lawn over time. It the set out to cut your grass daily. Sometimes it misses a area but as its daily it will probably catch it the next day. If it gets low it finds the perimeter wire and returns to the base to recharge. It has a 20v 2.0ah battery but you can get a 5ah off amazon for £50. Depending how technical you want to get. On the app you can choose the type of grass you have. It's wifi connected so checks the weather and estimates how but your grass will grow so adjusts the time it cuts for. If you concerned about wet cutting it can detect rain turn off the cutting and return home. If like me you have a separate area that is completely separated that you have to lift the mower to it won't return so will go around in circles as it can't find the base. You have to leave it out but there is a alarm if someone tries to steal. It's not very loud. You can buy GPS but costs about £200. It's pin protected and shuts down when it leave your WiFi for a set period. It would work without a base so is useless to anyone but might not stop the trying. I set my base under my daughters tree house so it out of site.


Doesn’t seem to be available now.


Doesn’t it mess your lawn up from continuously putting the clippings back onto the surface? I know mulching can be good for the grass but after a long time it will probably build up a layer of thatch etc?


We still have to do the front garden, but ours is a postage stamp and doesn’t get much sun so needs doing far less regularly. You can get creative with the guide wire I think as somebody else has mentioned but not something we’ve tried.


I don’t see any issues other than it’ll get on your tits lol. They actually advise you bring it indoors in the winter months but I did it one or two nights and haven’t bothered since, has had no ill effect as far as I can tell. Ours is marginally covered by a slight overhang on the roof of the shed, but anything other than vertical rain/snow it gets completely covered. If its lifted at all you can get it to 1: sound an alarm 2: become protected by a pin code before it can be used again. It’s really no use to somebody else unless they rip up the base + guide wire. If I was a thief I’d go after somebody’s shiny phone rather than a heavy grass covered (or worse lol) robotic lawnmower to earn a quick buck. Vandalism i guess could be an issue but in a back garden less so I’d imagine.

BAUKER 450W Hedge Trimmer 46cm, £19.99 delivered at worx/ebay
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
Nice offer. The BAUKER 450W Hedge Trimmer boasts a cutting capacity over 16mm allowing you to get through tough twigs and branches. Designed with an electronic brake and dual sa… Read more

Just put a normal plug on !


Agreed. Cordless all the way. (y)




absolutely agree, one of the very standard practice in electrics. it is easy to remember this way (if that helps) female have power always and male wants it.. works here too! ;)


@rkuk1 @red_dwarfer Guys, I'm sure you thought of this but it's important that the femal bit of that connector set is attached to the mains but of cable and the male bit is attached to the trimmer. That way if it detaches, you won't get zapped.

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BAUKER 2000W 40CM Chain Saw £29.99 delivered @ WORX on eBay
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
It's back! Although limited quantity. Also have the electric hedge trimmer back in stock at £19.99.

Did you adjust the chain tension before using it? I've found the saw to be very good. Spent another £50 on trousers and gloves because it's not worth risking it with something like this (already had boots and eye protection). Spent £80 and removed a hazelnut tree that was causing problems. Way cheaper than what I was being quoted. Very happy.


Thanks, that did the trick


Had the same problem. You have to keep checking that the chain is still in the groove while in use. The chain slipped out when I was testing it. I am sending mine back because I don't feel safe using it. Unless all chainsaws have this problem? :S


Thanks Aderm - shes buzzing away now! It feels like it will break when you pull the guard/handle but its ok, a kick guard/stop in case it rears up on you


The hand guard needs pulling back as well. Stumped me at first. You'll feel it move and then try to start it.

WORX WA3641 20V 6.0Ah Lithium Battery Powershare Battery platform £69.99 at Amazon
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Decent drop on this. Also available from Worx directly via eBay. Cheaper than the 5ah. eBay Link: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/183456761476

A bit strong! For context I have no fewer than 23 Makita LXT tools, and a total of 11 batteries, so I very much have a point of comparison. I bought one of Worx’s robot mowers on a whim as it was reduced and have been nothing but impressed with it, and with Worx’s customer service with an initial niggle. I’ve since bought a number of garden tools under the Worx brand and in total they’ve worked out considerably cheaper than Makita equivalents, and I’m so far, thoroughly impressed. Need I remind you of the prices of Makita 6ah batteries? Cheapest I’ve seen is £100. That’s £30 more than this. Tools wise it varies anything from 10% - 40% cheaper than the Makita equivalent. Would I buy Worx for daily use tools? No. But I do think there’s a place for them in this world, and my garage.


Worx up to there rip off deals again. Highly inflamed retail price and the drop price is still a rip off. Are they a makita or professional brand. No DIY brand at more than professional brand prices. I no longer fall for there ridiculous deals. Powershare. Buy the tool on its own for a rediculous price. The brand is a joke.


Haha. Yeah, that’s fair. I asked largely because there does seem to be another brand that’s cross compatible, both positecworx products. Baulker, or something. I personally don’t trust off brand batteries, but I’m sure they’re largely fine. I’ve witnessed a lithium ion fire first hand. Horrifying!


Yep that’s correct, I bought a double power knock off and I am happy and it works great. Some people always buy original at an inflated ripoff price, but you get a quality product, and then tight fisted skinflints, like me, go for the cheaper, less quality option. I just wanted to let people know that there’s an option.


Not always, but has been a few times of late. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B077MHKKWZ