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[Ex Demo] Worx Landroid WR139E Robotic Mower $989.34 Delivered @ Robot Lawn Mowers

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Cheap price for a popular, solid robotic lawn mower - albeit used as a demo model. RRP new is $1499.

Reviews -

https://www.pcmag.com/reviews/worx-landroid-m-20v-cordless-r... (Please note version reviewed has GPS and ACS which this version does not have).

https://bgr.com/2020/05/07/worx-landroid-m-review-robot-lawn...

https://www.easylawnmowing.com/worx-wr140-landroid-review/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsqNFzWXOgg&t=148s

Hours used on the available units range from 4 to 57 hours.

10 units available. Update 18/02 9:30pm - 3 left.

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  • +2 votes

    I do want to get one but at the same time I am very skeptical about how effective it really is….

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      I own one, you set it up properly and you'll never mow again!

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        Right…thanks! Can I ask do you always need to clean up the cut grass after it is done? I assume if you cut it regularly, then the cut grass is pretty short and you can ignore it?

        Also, I did a quick search, it seems like this one is probably one of the best bang for buck robot mower currently available. Anyone agree?

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          In short no you will never have to clean up cut grass because it's that fine you simply won't ever see it and yes it is pretty good value and a quality product. But I stress again you have to set it up properly with the boundary wire and the base station, once you've got it set up correctly just sit back and enjoy the show my friend!

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        I'm interested to know, how close to walls will it cut?

        And does it have a step sensor so it won't over the edge of a step?

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          It operates within a boundary wire that you have to setup. You need to leave about 30cm space from the wall or fence and it mows up to that boundary.

  • +1 vote

    FWIW I know someone who lost one of these whilst it was mowing his front lawn. Whether the robot made a dash for freedom or was stolen we'll never know.

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      Most likely stolen for sure! I keep mine in the back yard, never at the front for this very reason!

  • +1 vote

    What's the difference between the models… They all look basically the same?
    I do love the idea.

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      The top model which I own has a bigger cutting width and two front wheels instead of one and has a bigger battery allowing it to cut for longer periods of time between charges.

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    Parents have a robo mower, it's awesome! Not this brand but I highly recommend.

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    Recently chatted with a friend in Sweden who says they're really common over there. He has a Gardena brand mower. Is 'Worx' a decent brand?

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      Seems to be popular around the world.