Worx Landroid ROBOT Lawnmower review. Worx robot lawnmower setup and tested [438]

To purchase the 0.5 acre Landroid on Amazon click:

Check out my website:

Jeff Reviews4u, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

Hey there,
In this video I take a look at the Worx Landroid L. The Landroid retails between $1000 and $1500. The Landroid L is said to mow up to 0.5 acre of grass. Let’s see how to setup the Landroid and then test it out!
#WORX #RobotLawnmower #Landroid

Subscribe to my channel:

Check out my Shorts Youtube page:

Follow me on social media:
Twitter –
Instagram: jeffreviews4u
Video Editor – InShot
Thumbnail – Canva

As always have a great day!

Visit Sources Channel

10 thoughts on “Worx Landroid ROBOT Lawnmower review. Worx robot lawnmower setup and tested [438]”

  1. Thanks for the review. The patches that are not getting cut may be due to large stiff leaves. They will push the blades out of the way. Try removing them in the patches and see what happens. Also cutting grass wet always leads to poor results. You can have the mower wait a set period of time after it rains. The mower and your phone need to be on the same WIFI i believe, try that to solve your connection issus. The point of a mower like this is have it run often taking small clippings. Most people run them every night. Hope this helps.

  2. Any idea how'd this would do on hilly yards? I'm wondering if using extra power to go up hill would drain the the battery faster. Interesting device and great review. I could see this being more practical in the future with some improvements to the programming, etc.

  3. I would love to see a follow up video next summer to see how it holds up with continuous use. It does look like a solid investment. I been mowing grass since I was 12 LOL. It sucked back then and still sucks now

  4. Well this is a very good review i think more cons than pros and its more like a maintenance lawn trimmer it actually brought back memories of using the pushmower NOW that mower …. WHEW !!!

  5. I hope EGO comes out with one. You can set up areas for it to mow. That way the aera will get cut fully before moving to the next and you shouldn't have as many tall spots. Does it have a grid pattern?

  6. Wow! Do you happen to know if this will cut 1 1/2 acres or is 1/2 acre its max? This would save us money because we pay $350 a month for someone to cut our high maintenance yard. Sure do appreciate your reviews!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Translate »