Worx Landroid off-Limits Sensor ($104.92) and Boundary ($53.56) Delivered @ Amazon AU (Usually $201.58 for Kit Containing Both)

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For those who picked up a Worx Landroid robot lawn mower in the recent sale on Amazon, you can now pick up the boundary kit at its lowest price ever.

The kit consists of a sensor that attaches to the mower, which has been reduced from $200 down to $105: https://www.amazon.com.au/WORX-WA0863-Robot-Limits-Accessory...

And a boundary wire kit, which has been reduced from $100 to $54:
https://www.amazon.com.au/WORX-WA0870-Off-Limits-Accessory-L...

Buy both for cheaper than the current price for the kit which combines both together, which is selling for $202: https://www.amazon.com.au/WORX-WA0863-Landroid-Limits-Digita...

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  • I would be interested to hear from someone who's used this or any other robot lawn mower

    • I use the smaller model that this sensor fits into.

      I've had it for 2 years now. I won it as part of a trial competition when they were bringing these into Australia. You lay wire around the perimeter of your lawn which tells it the zone to mow. It will mow on a schedule that you setup, and cuts just a millimetre at a time which results in a better lawn health.

      I haven't had to mow the main section of lawn for a few months now. Only doing the edges.
      You use an app to connect to the mower and set up schedules etc. The app is pretty poor quality and seems to still be in development. Frequently drops out or has to be refreshed.

      This doesn't impact of on the functionality of the robot mower though.

      I don't know if I would spend the money on it though. It's easy to talk it up when I got it for free lol.