Wall Street Journal Recomends WORX Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower for “Easy Set Up”

In the April 2016 article in the The Wall Street Journal, “Does a Robotic Lawn Mower Cut it?” the WORX Landroid is recommended for “Easy Set Up”:

“…we found this robot the simplest to set up, easily taking it from its box to its maiden voyage. After laying the perimeter wire, all we had to do was punch a few keys and the machine was off and running. The Landroid M can tackle up to a ¼-acre lawn with its three razor blades. Like the Robomow, this bot also has a built-in rain sensor; to ensure a cleaner cut, the Landroid M will stop mowing in inclement weather and head back to base, then launch again when the rain has passed. Using an easy-to-adjust dial, you can change the cutting height from about 1½ to 4 inches.”

To see the full article, click here and learn more about the WORX Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower, visit worx.com