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Power Share 20-Volt 9 in. Robotic Landroid Mower, Brushless Wheel Motors, Wifi Plus Phone App with GPS Module Included

  • Robotic 9 inch lawn mower cuts up to 1/2 of an acre by itself
  • Wifi app controlled with rain sensor technology and GPS module
  • POWER SHARE - use the same battery with all Worx Powershare tools
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Product Overview

Take the hard work out of yard work. Landroid is easy to install in just a few simple steps. Once you set up the charging base and lay down the perimeter wire, its ready to mow. Landroid is so smart, it builds an algorithm based on your yards specifications. Then, it programs itself with the most efficient mowing schedule for your lawn size. Landroid lives outside, rain or shine. If the weather gets too harsh, it heads back to the charging station to wait out the storm. It keeps your yard perfectly manicured throughout the year, with offset blades that mow close to your lawns border. The razor-like blades cut just a little bit at a time, naturally fertilizing your lawn with the grass clippings left behind. No need to stay home to keep an eye on your mower you can delegate your lawn duties from anywhere. Just download the Landroid app to monitor and control it remotely. The app also lets you adjust Landroids mowing schedule, calculate your lawn size and receive important alerts and software updates.
  • [CUTS UP TO ½ AN ACRE] The Landroid L with 9" cutting disc is our model designed to cut up to ½ an acre. Just set the charging base, lay down the boundary wire, measure your lawn with the app, and let it mow
  • [FIND MY LANDROID] The Find My Landroid GPS cellular module is included with this model ($299 value). If Landroid is ever removed from your property the app will notify you immediately and give you the ability to track it if stolen
  • [DO IT ALL WITH THE SAME BATTERY] Worx Power Share is compatible with all Worx 20v and 40v tools, outdoor power and lifestyle products
  • [NAVIGATES NARROW PATHS] Patented AIA technology allows Landroid to navigate narrow passageways too difficult for ordinary robotic mowers
  • [CUSTOMIZED MOWING SCHDULES] Have Landroid mow every day, every other day, it can even recommend an auto schedule based on your yard's size and conditions
  • [TACKLES OBSTACLES] If Landroid encounters obstacles it will bump them and back away, or you can exclude areas of your lawn that you don't want Landroid to mow. Landroid can also tackle slopes in your yard up to 20°
  • [RAIN SENSOR] When Landroid detects rain, it returns to the charger to wait until the lawn is dry. Even though its body is rain-resistant, it knows better than to cut wet grass
  • [CUT TO EDGE] The 9" offset 3-blade cutting disc gets closer to the edge than other mowers, so you have less trimming to do later





















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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
24.8 in
Assembled Height (in.)
8.86 in
Assembled Width (in.)
17.52 in
Cutting Width
8 inches

Details

Amperage (amps)
4 A
Area covered per charge (sq. ft.)
21780
Assembly Required
Yes
Battery Amp Hours
4 Ah
Battery Run Time (min.)
90
Battery Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Type Required
20-volt
Battery/Charger
(1) 4 Ah Battery & Charger Included
Charge Time (hours)
1.5
Charger Included
Charger Included
Cutting Height Options
5-position
Deck Material
ABS Plastic
Deck Type
Fabricated
Features
Adjustable Cutting Height,Battery level indicator,Brushless Motor,No Oil Change Required,Rust Resistant,Tool-free adjustments
Included
Battery(s)
Lawn Mower Type
Robot Lawn Mower
Maximum Cutting Height (in.)
3.9
Maximum Slope (degrees)
20
Minimum Cutting Height (in.)
1.5
Number of Batteries Required
1
Number of Total Batteries Included
1
Product Weight (lb.)
22.93 lb
Recommended Terrain
Flat
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Size of Yard
1/4 - 1/2 Acre
Start Type
Remote
Voltage (v)
20v

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Years Limited

Questions & Answers

14Questions10Answers

What happens if my back yard is fenced in. Do i have to leave the gate open or is there a mechani...

Asked by MLV0764 May 2, 2021
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Answer

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.

Is this product, the wr153 (and wr150) being replaced or updated as I cant find it in stock at ho...

Asked by DIYhome April 10, 2021
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Answer

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!

What happens when very large dog waste doesn’t get picked up before Landroid’s schedule? Does it avoid it, get stuck or succeed but need a bath?

Asked by JustAHomeowner March 20, 2021
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Answer

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!

What happens if I need more then 1145FT of wire?

Asked by Cat November 25, 2020
1
Answer

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.

Can the perimeter wire be buried and if so how deep?

Asked by Chuck September 7, 2020
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Answer

Yes. You can bury the perimeter wire up to 2 inches under. further than that will cause problems with the sensors.

I have an acre of land with a double wide and garage on it. Will I need to split up the land and ...

Asked by James July 1, 2020
1
Answer

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.

can GPS be used instead of perimeter wire?

Asked by jaxboi June 26, 2020
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Answer

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.

can it be programmed to cut straight lines or is cutting random

Asked by KCCaebo June 14, 2020
1
Answer

The cutting pattern is random. It can't be programmed to cut in straight lines.

How many hours does it take to mow 1/2 acre? Assume the collision detector is installed and there...

Asked by Nickyname May 27, 2020
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Answer

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.

Can I split my 1.5 acre yard into 3 sections and use the landroid with it?

Asked by LieMann May 24, 2020
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Answer

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.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 23 reviews
  • 88% recommend this product
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Firmware Update!
Initially, the Landroid L would worm its way out of the boundary wire everyday, and would subsequently get stuck. This always happened on a slope. A call to customer service revealed it was a known issue that should be solved with a firmware update. The update came in mid-August, 2020, and solved the issue. Now, the Landroid L performs beautifully. I have St. Augustine grass, which gets fertilized as required, and it grows fast! I setup the Landroid to cut everyday from 11am 'til 8pm instead of on Auto. Now, it keeps up with the fast growing grass. Programming is easy. The battery will last about 1 1/2 hours before the Landroid returns for a recharge. Then, out of the garage it goes to continue cutting the grass.
by Tom
1 person found this helpful
Great but Needs alot of tweaking on a slope
I have had this for a few days and am still tweaking the wire. The lawn looks excellent. I have just under a half acre and about a third of that is on a slope. I have a few comments. The phone app looks really amazing but it crashes after about 2 minutes and you need to delete it and then reinstall. I ended up using my ipad which was stable, but lacks some of the phone features that would make it great. On a slope the robo overshoots the edge and in my case ends up in the brush or in an edging ditch (see photo). On a small incline I leave about 14 inches (wire to edge) on the main slope it's about 20 inches. Basically the front wheels get stuck and it can't backup. On the upside of the slope there is no issue. It's seems to be a great timesaver, and fingers crossed the app will stabilize and I'll have my wire distance sorted out soon. On a mostly flat lawn this would be a no brainer.
by MikeinCalgary
It took about two weeks but now I got him...
It took about two weeks but now I got him working. If you have a little bit of a slope make sure you keep it off the slope as it will side down. Also, roots are an issue for sure, had to get some topsoil to cover them. Overall I am very happy with it now but you will need to do some work to get it to work in a normal yard with trees and bushes.
by Martin
1 person found this helpful
Working as Promised!
I have my Landroid mowing a 450' x 20' strip at the front of my house (corner lot). It has 2 types of grass and is anything but smooth. It is maintaining it all week long with a fresh mowed look. Great Product. Envy of the neighborhood.
by AllenD1960
Response from Customer ExperienceFeb 26, 2021
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and review! We are excited to hear you are enjoying the Landroid plus garage! Thank you for choosing WORX. You are greatly appreciated!
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!
by awlander
Response from Landrpoid SupportOct 12, 2019
Thank you very much for taking the time for this review. Please call our dedicated Landroid Support line at 800-727-6260 if you have questions or concerns.
Terrible Performance
I have had the WR140 for exactly a year. It is a far inferior product to the previous version WG794 which still have and it works several Hours per day, rain or shine. This new device is just full of issues IMO. Main one having to to with its ability to be able to turn. It is constantly stuck. 20 times a day if mowing on the highest setting. Just not worth the money. The service has been completely unreachable as well. So, definitely go elsewhere for your Father’s Day!
by Kgibson
Get Your Weekends Back
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is one solution for those pesky lawn chores. The GPS is not perfect but does work in case of theft or if the device has left the area you specify (sends mobile continuous mobile alerts). Accessories may be required to "perfect" your mower experience, but it is worth every cent.
by tjp8
Never mow your lawn again!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I'm two weeks in to a robot mowing my lawn and would recommend it to anyone that's "hands on" when it comes to yard maintance. I like to edge the beds to keep it neat.
by Rob Gleason
Response from Customer Experience Apr 28, 2021
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and review! We greatly appreciate your honest feedback. For Landroid related service and questions please call 1-800-727-6260.
Manual stinks. As I figure out how to run it,...
Manual stinks. As I figure out how to run it, it cuts grass nice
by Sue
The Future
I'm lazy. But I enjoy a big lawn and love the outdoors. It's like this little buddy was made for me. I'm in love. It does all the hard work while I sip on my Long Island iced tea on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Easy setup, cuts the grass and great runtime. What more can I ask for? Actually, if it could pick up the clippings after itself, that'd be great.
by DeLorean
Response from Customer ExperienceFeb 24, 2021
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and review! We are excited to hear you are enjoying the Landroid! Thank you for choosing WORX. You are greatly appreciated!
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