In my opinion the Worx WG790E Landroid provides the most value for money in the robotic lawn care market, it’s priced much lower than similar models of its size but operates just like any other premium model. It’s a fantastic mower and if you’re still scratching your head trying to decide on one for your lawn, then the WG790E is going to be your best option.
To learn more about its features click here to have a read at my review.
To handle the larger lawns in the neighbourhood, Worx have released their WG798E Landroid L model. It can cope with areas up to 1500m² in size and can navigate between several lawn areas, just in case your lawn is so big that it has been broken up. It also makes use of the same technology as the mode above so you can be sure it won’t get stuck on its travels.
To read more about the WG798E model click here to check out my review.
To show you which style and make of robotic mower is best, check out this comparison between Worx Landroid and Gardena models. From a pricing perspective both of these are very similar, but what about quality? To see which provides more value for money, click here to have a read at the post.
To help you understand how a Worx Landroid robotic lawn mower will actually operate around your garden and deal with certain situations, I have gathered several videos showing you just that.
In order for your Worx Landroid mower to operate effectively around your garden you need to ensure it has been install properly. To learn how click here to have a read of my tutorial and watch the instructional video.
Just as important as installing your Worx Landroid properly, you also need to keep it maintained for it to work to its fullest potential in your garden. To learn everything you need to know, click here to be taken to my Worx Maintenance page.
If you have any questions or queries about any of the Worx Landroid models, refer to this page. It’s full of some of their most commonly asked questions along with their answers.