To follow on with one of my previous posts – The Best Robotic Lawn Mowers For Small Gardens – I thought I’d show you which models are best for those with lawns a little bigger than that (between 600m² – 1000m²). Again there are two models that come to mind but this time they are actually pretty similar to each other, but don’t worry below I’ll point out all their little differences and I’ll show you which type of person is best suited to each model.

The Best Robotic Mowers For Medium Sized GardensModel #1 – Worx WG790E Landroid

  • Ideal for gardens up to 800 m²
  • Mobile phone connection
  • Environmentally friendly
  • PIN code alarm system

If you’ve read through a bit of my website then you might of heard that the Worx WG790E is one of my favourite models available today. Now it has all the necessary features you’ll need like good navigation, efficient cutting system, mobile control etc, it produces great results and it will take quite a bit of work off your hands but that’s not the main reason to why I think so highly of it.

The No.1 reason why I think this is one of the best models available is because you get all of those things for such a great price. For a good model similar to it you would be paying at least £1100, whereas with the WG790E you could be paying as much as £200 cheaper, it might not have as many features as the others (like the model below for example) but even then you’re getting brilliant value for money.

Seeing as robotic lawn mowers are expensive products shouldn’t that be one of your biggest concerns, getting as much value as possible? I certainly think so!

For those with relatively simple shaped lawns I recommend you opt for this mower over the one below. The extra features aren’t really needed in your case, so you might as well save yourself some money, and it’ll take care of all the important things like saving you the time and effort of manual mowing, making lawn care so much easier and, above all, producing a fantastic looking lawn every week.

The Best Robotic Mowers For Medium Sized GardensModel #2 – Robomow RC308

  • Can cover gardens reaching 800 m² in size
  • Can cover up to 6 separate gardening areas
  • Robomow app connection
  • Multiple gardening modes

As I said this model is the more expensive out of the two but that is because it is built to cope with the more complex garden, i.e. it has more features. These include multiple mowing modes which allow you to control and alter how it operates during a mow, a multi-zone functions which allows the RC308 to roam between different lawns in your garden by itself and with it’s mobile app you can control it like a toy car.

All of these and the fact that’s it’s a little smaller, and therefore more nimble, than the WG790E mean it will be able to handle those tight spots in your garden much more effectively and ensures you’ll get a fuller cut, leaving less “tidying up” work for you to do.

Also you don’t need to worry if you think you’re trading in a good quality cut for a few features. Robomow have been in the game for over 20 years so you can rest assured that their RC308 model is just as able, and if not more, to give a great looking lawn with no effort.


Conclusion

So to sum up the WG790E is better for those with simple gardens and the WG790E is better for with complex gardens. Both are pretty much the same when it comes to quality of cut and ease of use, the only thing you really need to think about is if you really need all those extra mowing features offered by the RC308.

To get a closer look at both of their features make sure you look at their reviews, click here for the WG790E review (simple gardens) and here for the RC308 review (complex gardens).