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.
No,the WR150 and WR153 are still available. Please contact our Solution Center Team at 866-354-9679(WORX) Monday through Friday from 9 am until 6 pm EST and on Saturday from 9 am until 4 pm EST. We'd be more than happy to assist you. Thank you for choosing WORX!
Hello, that is a great question! It may get messy. We recommend cleaning up after your pets, but if by chance the Landroid does encounter some it handles it just like any push mower will. Thank you for choosing WORX!
We don't recommend going over that limit as it may cause problems for the Landroid in receiving a signal from the wire causing possible wire missing errors at random spots on the lawn. depending on the configuration of your lawn, you may be able to go slightly above that limit, but it will be better if you stay below.
Yes. You can bury the perimeter wire up to 2 inches under. further than that will cause problems with the sensors.
It may depend on how accessible the other side of the Lawn is. If you have expansion joints on the driveway, you can run the wire through them and have the mower go from one side to the other. If you are not able to do that, you can set two mowing zones, add a charging base to each and move the Landroid from one to the other.
No, The GPS module will not be involved in the navigation of the Landroid. You would still need to install the wire. The GPS unit will allow you to locate the Landroid if it is stolen, as well as give you a way to connect the app to the Landroid with out the need of wi-fi.
The cutting pattern is random. It can't be programmed to cut in straight lines.
Thank you for your question, for a 1/2 acre, we recommend you program the Landroid to work about 4 to 5 hours each day for a weekly schedule of 5 days.
Thank you for your question. The Landroid will be able to work on each of the sections. however you would have to increase the amount of time the Landroid works on each section so that you can take care of everything and not let the grass over grow in the sections it is not mowing. To get the best results, we recommend the Landroid concentrating in 1 1/2 an acre area.