Worx Landroid M1000 WR140E Review (2021)

The king of domestic robotic mowers

By Lawnbot on 25 April 2021
worx landroid wr140e review
Our Verdict
Overall, the Worx Landroid has shown some real improvements when compared to its previous models.
The WR140E paired with the optional ACS is a combination that other brands struggle to compete with. However, the optional extra will set you back an extra $199 on top of your initial purpose, we feel the ACS should be been included in the package from the get-go.

Price Range: $1150 / £899

Max Mowing Area: 1000m²

Max Slope: 19º

Battery Life: 120 Minutes

Warranty: 2 Years



+Incredible mobile app

+Auto charging 

+Set custom cutting height remotely

+Smart navigation system (ACS)


-Some optional add-ons should be included in the initial package

-Noisier than other models

Landroid WR140E Pricing

The Worx Landroid WR140E will set you back $1600-$1700 (£900). If you'd like to add some additional extras, you'll be paying $199 for the anti-collision system (ACS), $149 for the virtual off-limits fence and $129 for the Landroid garage.

The pricing is reasonable for what you're getting. However, you'll definitely want to order the ACS, which dramatically increases the machine's performance.

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Worx Landroid M1000

Anti-collision system (ACS)

Quick Review

The Worx Landroid M1000 WR140E is unquestionably one of the most effective robot mowers on the Australian market in 2021. It's proven to be capable of cutting your lawn to your set cutting length while you relax with a very clean finish.
Worx isn't as big as their competitor giants like Honda, Husqvarna, and Stihl, but they have set out to perfect the art of robot mower technology, and it really shows.
The Landroid M1000 is ideal for property sizes of up to 1000m², while the larger model Landroid L1500 can slash areas up to 1500m² for those of you with a larger-sized lawn. The thing that basically sets the Worx m1000 apart from its competitors is its highly customisable mobile application. You're able to configure your operating schedule, grass cutting height, set no-go zones, and even select your grass species so to get the best cut for your lawn type!
The slim rectangular and robust design allows it to enter and navigate into tight spots and relatively easily maneuver around narrow areas.
We were impressed at its ability to spot and avoid obstacles, being trees, dog toys, and even thin garden furniture legs. This is all because of its intelligent anticollision system (ACS). However, the ACS is an optional extra that will cost you an extra $299.
The 2 large spikey rear wheels ensure the Landroid keeps traction and prevents it from getting stuck on slippery surfaces or in mud. Overall the Worx Landroid M1000 has shown real improvements since their previous models and has proven to be one of the best automatic mowers on the market in 2021.
worx landroid wr140e m1000 review
  • Main Features

    Warranty: 2 years

    Lawn Size: Up to 1000m²

    Maximum Slope: 19º

    Mobile App: Yes

    Voice Control: Yes

    Wifi Connected: Yes

    Auto-Charging: Yes

    Auto-Scheduling: Yes

  • Cutting

    Cutting Range: 3-6cm

    Cutting Width: 18cm

    Cutting System: 3 pivoting cutting blades

  • Battery

    Mowing Time: 120 mins

    Charging Time: 90 mins

    Battery Type: Lithium

    Battery Voltage: 20V

    Battery Capacity: 4.0 Ah

  • Noise

    Noise Output: 67db

  • Safety

    Life Sensor: Yes

    Tilt Sensor: Yes

  • Security

    Pin Code: Yes

    Alarm: Yes

    Shut Off: Yes

  • Dimensions

    Size: 558x404x205mm

    Weight: 9.4kg

worx landroid wr140e m1000 review

Lawnbot Rating

4.7/5 Stars

Landroid WR140E Performance

So far, the Landroid WR140E looks amazing!..on paper...Now it's time to see how well the Landroid performs in the real world!

Cut To Edge

One of the marketing points of the M1000 is it's ability to cut much closer to the edge than other brands and models often getting with a few centimetres of the borderline.

worx cut to edge

This really comes in handy if you don't have a trimmer laying around.

Mow-to-charge Ratio

As long as you give the mower enough mowing time, you can expect to have a beautiful and freshly cut lawn to be proud of. The Worx Landroid has a great mowing to charging ratio.

On average, your Worx WR140E is going to last around 120 minutes while mowing and only require 90 minutes to fully recharge and begin mowing again. This is exceptional when compared to other models in the market when the mowing to charging ratio is well in favour of the charging time.

Worx Anti-Collision System (ACS)

The ACS system does an incredible job of avoiding obstacles in its path. However, the operating system turns the ACS off in low power mode or anytime it receives a return home command.

Worx ACS

If your lawn has more than a few obstacles then we would highly recommend getting this add-on. The ACS will undoubtedly save your robot mower from a few bumps and scratches every now and then which may accumulate over the lifetime of your M1000.

Does the Landroid WR140E Work on Rough Terrain?

Due to the rugged design and large, spiked rear wheels, the Work Landroid M1000 can navigate through some pretty rough terrain. The robotic mower can also operate on slopes of up to 24°.

The Landroid isn't going to be climbing over rocks or like a Landcruiser but it will still get through some moderately rough mowing conditions and get the job done.

See the Worx M1000 in action!

Worx Landroid WR140E Vs Husqvarna Automower 115H

The Husqvarna Automower 115H would have to be the Landroids biggest competitor, while both being pretty similar in capabilities, let's take a look at which one of robotic mowers has the edge...

Landroid WR140E Vs Husqvarna Automower 115H: Features

When it comes to features, both the Landroid and the Automower are pretty evenly matched. Both models offer auto-scheduling, mobile app connectivity, and automatic charging.

The WR140E beats the Automower in terms of tilt capacity 19°, while the Automower can tilt around 18°.

The Automower has a larger working area of up to 1600m² which trumps the Landroid at a still respectable 1000m².

Overall, they both have very similar features, with not too much separating the models.

Landroid WR140E Vs Husqvarna Automower 115H: Battery Capacity

The Landroid blows the Automower 115H out of the water in this category with 120 minutes mow time and a 90 minute recharge time compared to the Husqvarnas 60 minute mow time and 60 minute recharge time. While both are very respectable scores, the Worx 20v 4.0 battery is far more superior in this instance.

Landroid WR140E Vs Husqvarna Automower 115H: Safety

Both these models are fairly evenly matched safety-wise. Both models have tilt and lift sensors with a quick-stop blade to prevent any accidents. It's safe to say that both co