Worx Landroid cutting on highest vs lowest setting

I cut a section of lawn with the Worx Landroid robot mower on the highest setting and then the lowest setting to show a comparison between the two.

The Worx Landroid’s highest setting from the factory is 3.1 inches and the lowest setting is 1.6 inches.

Changing the Worx Landroid blades video:

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–Purchase Landroid and spare parts here–
Worx Landroid L (cut up to 1/2 acre):
Worx Landroid M (cut up to 1/4 acre):
Worx Landroid S (cut up to 1/8 acre):
Spare Boundary Wire (dog fence wire):
Boundary Wire Connectors:
Spare Blades:

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Lavalier Microphone:
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9 thoughts on “Worx Landroid cutting on highest vs lowest setting”

  1. I bought the L as well, in the manual it mentions you can flip the blade assembly over to cut at up to 3.9 inches which is my preferred setting where I live.

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