Landroid L 20V (4.0Ah) Cordless Robotic Lawn Mower

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The ultimate robotic lawn mower

Fully automated robotic lawnmower can cut up to a 1/2 acre

*Bonus Find My Landroid GPS included with purchase ($299 added value) helps keep your Landroid connected and software up-to-date.

APP capable for instant operation and control

Patented mowing AIA cutting technology ensures it can pass through narrow paths with ease

Intuitive layered interface for customized working schedules

Innovative electronics allow for mowing on hills and slopes

Cut to Edge - Offset 3-blade cutting/mulching system for closer edge cutting

Two independent brushless wheel motors

Rain sensor tells it to return back to charger station

Landroid L 20V (4.0Ah) Cordless Robotic Lawn Mower ITEM WR150
$1,199.99

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Landroid Features

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SET AND FORGET (EASE OF USE)

Landroid takes the hard work out of yard work. After measuring your yard with the lawn size calculator, Landroid suggests an auto-schedule based on your yard conditions. Want to create your own schedule? Use the manual schedule function to set the schedule to your exact preferences.

CUT TO EDGE

Landroid’s blades are offset, mowing closer to your lawn’s border than ever before. This leaves you with less grass to trim, and more free time to enjoy.

RAIN OR SHINE

Landroid is an outside robot. It lives in your yard, rain or shine. If the weather gets too harsh, it heads back to the charging station to wait out the storm.

LANDROID IS ALWAYS CONNECTED

The included Find My Landroid accessory keeps your Landroid connected and up-to-date. Gain access to your Landroid wherever you are with the new mobile app, set schedules, get notifications and track via GPS if stolen.

SAFETY FIRST

No need adjust your mow schedule for playtime. Landroid is kid and pet friendly. It can sense and bypass movement and will automatically turn off if it’s picked up.

MAKE IT YOUR OWN

From the Landroid Garage to the Anti-Collision System, our full range of accessories help you get the most from your new mower.

SHARE THE POWER

Landroid shares batteries with other WORX 20V power share tools. Just snap Landroid’s battery into another tool to start your next project.

What’s in the box

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1x Landroid L Robotic Mower

1x

Hex Key

9x

Cutting Blades

9x

Screws

2x

Wire Connectors

1x

20V 4.0Ah Power Share™ Battery

656ft

Landroid Perimeter Wire

270x

Wire Ground Pins

2x

Measuring Tools

1x

Find My Landroid Cellular Module

1x

Landroid Charging Base and Charging Cable

8x

Landroid Base Ground Screws

Installation

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Ready, Set, Mow

Landroid includes most everything you will need to complete set up. You will also need a hammer or mallet, and wire cutters or scissors.

Follow these major steps

1Set up base

2Install wire

3Charge up

4Set cut height

5Set up app

6Ready to go


Make Landroid your own with these accessories

Customize your mower with additional accessories.

ACS Anti-Collision System

Helps Landroid steer clear of obstacles

RadioLink

Extended the range of Wi-fi connection

Off Limits

Creates boundaries around your lawn

Landroid Garage

Provide extra protection from harsh weather

Is your lawn smaller than 1/4 acre?

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SPECS & MANUALS
Technical Specifications
  • Rated Voltage
    20V MAX
  • Battery Capacity
    4.0 Ah
  • Charging Time
    90 min
  • Maximum Cutting Surface
    Up to 1/2 acre
  • Cutting Width
    9"
  • Cutting Height
    1.6" - 3.9"
  • Blade Type
    Rotating disc with 3 blades
  • Wheel Blade Motor
    Brushless X 2
  • Noise Level
    63 dB
  • Weight
    22.9 lbs
  • Dimensions
    25" W x 17.5" D x 8.86" H
  • Warranty
    3 years
WHAT'S INCLUDED
You're Getting
  • (1) - Landroid L Robotic Lawn Mower
  • (1) Landroid L Charging Base and Charging Cable
  • (1) - Hex Key
  • (9) - Cutting Blades
  • (9) - Screws
  • (2) - Landroid Plugs
  • (1) - Power Adapter
  • (1) - Boundary Wire Distance Gauge
  • (1) - 656ft Perimeter Wire Bundle
  • (8) - Base Ground Screws
  • (270) - Wire Ground Pins
  • (2) - Measuring Tools
  • (1) - Find My Landroid Cellular GPS Module
  • (1) - 20V MaxLithium 4.0Ah Battery
FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I'VE NEVER HEARD OF A LANDROID. WHAT DOES IT DO?

    The Landroid is a battery-powered robotic mower that cuts your grass on a customizable schedule and automatically returns to the recharging base when complete.



  • WHICH LANDROID IS RIGHT FOR ME?

    The WR150 is designed for effectively manage yards with up to 1/2 of an acre of grass covering. Where as the WR140 model handles 1/4 acre.



  • HOW LONG WILL MY LANDROID RUN?

    Mow time can vary due to several factors including your terrain, slopes, and the number of obstacles it must navigate around in your lawn. The Landroid trims your yard on a customizable schedule, maintaining a consistently healthy lawn height.



  • HOW IS MY LANDROID POWERED?

    Landroid is powered by 1 20V 4.0Ah Power Share Battery.



  • HOW CAN I CONTROL MY LANDROID?

    The Landroid has an app that allows the owner to adjust multiple settings and gather information about your Landroid. It is available at no cost on the Google Play store and Apple App store.



  • HOW HARD IS THE LANDROID TO INSTALL?

    A quick start guide with easy to understand instructions is included with the Landroid. Installtaion takes anywhere from 3 to 5 hours depending on your lawn size and number of obstacles.



  • HOW DOES THE LANDROID STAY IN MY YARD?

    Installation of a boundary wire is required before using your Landroid. The boundary wire and lawn stakes are all included with the Landroid. We also offer customer care and support for installation questions.



  • WHERE DO I PLACE THE CHARGING BASE?

    The charging base should be placed on a completely flat surface. A 32 foot (9.7 m) power cable is included. Place the charging base in an area that doesn’t get an excessive amount of sun exposure to prevent overheating of the lithium battery.



  • WHAT IF I HAVE AN ELECTRIC DOG FENCE?

    If you have an existing dog fence, the radio frequency from the dog fence could potentially interfere with the radio frequency of the Landroid boundary wire, rendering both fences inoperative. Landroid is not recommended to be installed within 3 feet (1m) of an existing dog fence.



  • CAN I TRENCH THE BOUNDARY WIRE?

    While not necessary, the boundary wire can be trenched. The Landroid wire should not be buried more than 2 inches (5cm). Lawn Stakes are provided in the box to pin the boundary wire flush with the surface of your lawn.



  • HOW DOES THE LANDROID HANDLE OBSTABLES?

    Landroid handles large obstacles by bumping into them and turning around. The Anti-Collision System (ACS) accessory is available as an add-on to help your Landroid sense obstacles via ultrasonic detection and navigate around them instead of running over or bumping into them.



  • I HAVE TWO SEPARATE LAWNS, CAN I USE ONE LANDROID?

    The Landroid must have a gate or a path to move through the second cutting area. The Landroid can travel over a driveway to get to the secondary mowing area if needed, but the wires must be run through 2 separate expansion joints in the concrete.



  • CAN THE LANDROID CUT IN STRAIGHT LINES/CUT STRIPES IN THE GRASS

    The Landroid mows according to an algorithm which to us appears to be a random pattern. Since Landroid mows more frequently it will create a carpeting effect on your lawn leaving your grass completely even.



  • WHAT TYPE OF BLADES DOES LANDROID USE?

    3 razor blades attached to a rotating disc.



  • WHAT IS THE CUT-TO-EDGE FEATURE?

    Cut-to-Edge technology is an offset blade positioned at the edge of the mowing deck. This allows the mower to get closer to the edge of your boundary and reduce the amount of trimming needed to as little as 2 in. (4.5 cm) .



  • WHERE CAN I FIND REPLACEMENT PARTS?

    For replacement and additional parts please visit our Landroid page



IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Important Information

California proposition 65 WARNING:

This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, phthalate or bisphenol A which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash your hands after use. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Proposition 65 de la Californie AVERTISSEMENT:

Ce produit peut vous exposer à des produits chimiques, incluant au plomb, au phtalate ou au bisphénol A, qui sont reconnus dans l'État de Californie comme pouvant causer un cancer, des anomalies congénitales ou d'autres dommages à l'appareil reproducteur. Assures-vous de bien vous laver les mains après usage. Pour en savoir plus, veuillez consulter le site www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Propuesta de California 65 ADVERTENCIA:

Este producto puede exponerlo a químicos que incluyen plomo, ftalato, o bisfenol A que se sabe en el Estado de California que causan cáncer, defectos de nacimiento u otros daños reproductivos. Lave sus manos después de usarlo. Para más información visite www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Landroid L 20V (4.0Ah) Cordless Robotic Lawn Mower is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Game changer! I absolutely love it! If you are wanting to reduce the amount of time you have to spend each week on lawn maintenance, look no further. This robot has been a game changer. What's awesome about it? -I don't have to mow my back or front yard anymore besides for some occasional trimming along the borders -It's great for the health of my grass because it's constantly mulching in fine clippings which feeds nutrients into the lawn and doesn't cause thatch problems. I can also set it to mow low (1.6") to help promote rhizome growth on my kentucky bluegrass which helps it spread out and fill in bare spots -The algorithm ends up doing a great job covering the entire yard which I didn't think would be possible with all of the permanent obstacles I have (above ground pool, raised garden bed, sandbox, swingset, trampoline, flower beds, etc) -Surprisingly, I am able to keep my above ground sprinklers and hoses out and the Landroid just travels right over them without cutting up the hoses. Depending on the sprinkler model and size, it might end up grinding away some of the plastic when it runs directly into it but I've found some sprinklers where this problem is avoided -If you do your own aerification/overseeding in the fall like I do, you can keep the robot mowing every day even after seeding so your other grass doesn't get extremely long like it normally does when you have to "stay off the lawn" after seeding. This allows more sunlight to get to your new seedlings and doesn't allow the lawn to get overgrown like it would when you have a traditional lawnmower where you can't trample over the new seedlings. What could be improved? -If your lawn isn't straight forward and has a lot of obstacles, be prepared to spend quite a bit of time initially fixing things that will cause the Landroid to get stuck. It's not a set it and forget it type thing at first but now I have it nailed down. -When Landroid is returning home to charge, it follows the boundary wire (do or die...nothing can get in its way) until it reaches the charging station. There has been a couple of times where my kids left a big inflatable ball on the lawn that got wedged in a corner of my lawn where the bot has to travel through. What ends up happening is the bot continually tries to push through the obstacle, does a little reverse and then tries plowing over it again, over and over until you get a stuck robot message. If the developers can change the algorithm to make the robot leave the boundary wire, do a short 5ft semi-circle around the obstacle and then rejoin the boundary wire at a later point, that would fix it. Please work on that WORX engineers for your next firmware update! -The off-limits (magnetic strip) module has been a little bit of a hassle that I put around my trampoline. The module didn't include any instructions so I installed the magnetic strips right next to the trampoline base supports. The bot kept riding right over the trampoline base poles and then it would grind the blades and bottom it out, which caused a blade stuck error. I moved the magnetic strip further and further back from the trampoline base which helped but occasionally it still plows right over the magnets and goes under the trampoline and gets stuck. More importantly, I don't particularly like the algorithm they used on the off-limits module. As opposed to when it runs into the boundary wire, where the robot will run into the boundary wire and then it will turn 30, 45 or 60 degrees (seems to be random) and go off in a different direction; the off limits module makes the bot do a complete 180 turn when it takes off in the opposite direction. This particularly doesn't work well in my setup because of my trampoline location. The magnetic strip is really close to the boundary wire next to my fence so it will keep making 180 degree turns and then run into the boundary wire, then bounce off of that, repeat and basically ends up getting trapped which is frustrating. Changing the algorithm for the off-limits module will fix that. In retrospect, I wish I would have just created a virtual boundary around the trampoline with the boundary wire during installation instead of using the off-limits module to zone it off. -If the GPS is precise enough, it would be nice to add some virtual "no-go" areas like you can do with robot vacuum cleaners. I could pinpoint certain places of my yard like the above ground sprinklers, certain sections of my swingset where it used to get stuck (before I added magnetic strips for the off-limits module) and other random areas. Tips and additional info: -I was very concerned how I would be able to get the bot to go from my back yard to the front yard by going through a gate, then through a small corridor on the side of my house and then traveling over my driveway to get to the front yard but it ended up working out great! They tell you not to place the boundary wires any closer than 30" to each other to avoid interference but I placed the wires a mere 9" from each other on the section of pavers in my driveway as seen in the pictures and it works just fine! -I wired it across one section of the sidewalk so it could travel from the yard to my front parkway where the mailbox is and it's working out great as well. -Before installation and laying down the wire, cut your lawn fairly short (the robot will not effectively cut long/overgrown grass) and then use a weed eater to cut a line of grass and make a small groove in the dirt where your boundary wire will be laid. This is a HUGE tip because the grass virtually covered up the boundary wire instantly without having to bury the wire manually. -If you have other WORX tools (like I do), it's fun to use additional batteries during the first couple of weeks to keep the robot mowing almost all day long without having to charge at the docking station. This was helpful when I trying to understand it's algorithm, seeing where it gets stuck, fixing/adjusting things, etc. Instead of waiting 1.5-2 hrs for the battery to charge, I would just power it off when the battery got to 9% (which is the point where it heads home to the charger), swap batteries and then send it out to keep mowing. I consistently get 2.5hrs of run time on the included 20V 4aH battery and over 3hrs when I put in a 5aH battery which is very impressive. -During installation, make sure you loop off a 10" or more section of wire every 50ft or so which you can use in the future for repairs. For example, if you just stake everything down super tight around the entire perimeter; if your wire gets cut, you don't have enough slack to repair it with the included electrical splices. You can see what I'm talking about in minute 3 of this video which wasn't released yet when I set my robot up- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb9rW3xpGpg I hope this review is helpful! The performance and technology behind this robot is amazing and I highly recommend it to everyone!
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Convenient and saves time! I have a side yard that is on a slope and makes it cumbersome to use a push-mower. This was the perfect area to place the Landroid as I could easily define the cutting perimeter and there were not many permanent obstacles. Installation was simple and painless. The border wire and pegs included were more than enough for installation, leaving extra left over. Make sure that the charging base is on level ground. That was probably the most difficult part since my initial installation area was lacking in flat spaces. I had to create and modify an area for the charging station. Schedule wise, I run the mower for 1.5 hrs, 3 days a week and then again for 2 hours on a weekend day. This keeps my yard looking trim and aways freshly cut. I have the border running adjacent to an area I still cut with my push mower and you can see the difference between the height as the grass outside the boundary grows without being maintained by the Landroid. Because I have a tree with wood mulch around the bottom, I have already had to replace the blades. However, plenty are included for instances like this and I will probably look into one of the accessories to help avoid the area. I didn't use the boundary wire in my initial placement to create an "island" but I could go back and do that if needed. All of that said, I haven't had to cut that area with my gas push mower AT ALL this summer. Ive saved money on gas and also have more time to spend with the family since the overall time spent in the yard is cut short; I can save about 20 minutes easily just on mowing alone and only have to edge that area every other main mowing session. The app is pretty neat, but I haven't honestly messed around too much with it other than registering and checking some of the statistics. It does notify me of any alerts and if the Landroid has started or stopped.
Date published: 2019-07-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So far not satisfied... The new landroid has a lot of improved features over the old wg-794 model, which I got from my father after he moved into a condo. I just swapped out the old unit for the new landroid L today and although it has a ton of new features and on paper is great value compared to competitor models with equivalent cutting capacity, in practice, my first run was quite disappointing. I have sandy soil here in coastal South Carolina and the new landdroid got stuck 5 times so far on the first run (wheels dug into grass with sandy patches). The older model didn't have the same problems. In addition the new model slid out of the boundary wire twice in areas that have a slight incline, but not over the grade it is rated for. It may come down to the new unit being larger and heavier than the old unit so it bugs down easier or is too heavy to stop itself on an incline. I had been hoping the Landroid L would have more sophisticated wheel movement when backing up but it seems the exact same as before. Long story short, the verdict is still put, but initial impressions are not as glowing as I hoped.
Date published: 2019-08-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If I could give a 0 I would Every other day is stop breaks. It's just isn't consistant in the way it works. I just stops running in the middle of the lawn.
Date published: 2019-09-27
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