THE BEST WORX LANDROID ROBOT LAWN MOWER RANGE IS FULLY CONFIGURABLE

Worx robot lawnmowers cut right to the edges of your lawn, minimising your need to line trimming (watch cut to edges video). Additionally,  Its intelligent auto-scheduling precisely knows the best time to mow. Moreover, its unique navigation technology won’t wear repetitive tracks on your lawn. Also, the grass clippings are so short that you will never need to rake them, consequently, they fall to the soil and fertilise your lawn naturally. Lastly, Landroid robot mowers are fully configurable with five options to customise to your needs. Watch a video on how to customise your Landroid

Worx Intelligent.
Once it’s set, you can forget.

Landroid automatically knows what’s best for your lawn, day in and day out.

AIA technology.
Agile and fast, it’s best in class.

Landroid Robots can navigates narrow passages and finish the job faster than others.

Beautiful lawn
The best lawn you’ve ever had.

Landroid significantly improves the health and look of your lawn, making it more enjoyable for you and your family.

Worx Landroid Customisable to Your Needs.



Worx Landroid FAQs

Robot Lawn Mowers are safe, eco-friendly, and fully autonomous. They only require a perimeter wire installation around all the areas to be mowed. 

Once the installation is finalized, your robot mower will be scheduled to mow and return home to recharge by itself with no input from you at all.

The perimeter or boundary wire function is to communicate to the robot mower where your lawn boundaries are.

The charging station emits a signal through the boundary wire, so when the robot mower approaches the boundary, it stops and goes back the other way.

Moreover, when the robot is low in battery, it will first find the boundary wire and then follow it to return to the charging station.

There are two options for the installation of the perimeter wire around the edges of your lawn. One option is to peg the boundary wire to the grass. The second option is to bury the wire approximately 5cm deep, by cutting a small slit in the ground.

If possible, we recommend to initially peg the wire down to ensure that the robot lawn mower is running flawlessly over the space for a few days or a week, and then bury it if you wish to bury the perimeter wire.

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Yes, all Worx Landroid models can start mowing from 4 separate locations. The Robot will locate these areas by following the installed perimeter wire to the set location.

If a zone that requires mowing is inaccessible for the robot, the boundary wire can still be installed around this and connected to the main boundary wire loop. Then, the robot can be placed manually in this area to continue mowing.

See closed and open loops.

Yes, Worx Landroid robot mowers are the only robots that can cut to the edges of your lawn. The special offset blade of the Landroid gets as close as possible to the border of your lawn. Read more.

Worx Landroid has a unique cutting pattern that reduces the average mowing time. While most robot mowers reverse and turn when reaching the borders, the Landroid robot simply reaches the border and gracefully turn to another direction.

Landroid patterns are calculated by an algorithm, which might seem random, yet, this method ensures that your entire lawn is mowed even in the tightest spaces.

Watch Landroid Pattern Video

The main benefit of robot mowers is that they will mow your lawn more often than you would and keep the grass perfectly mowed all year round.

It is best to allow your robot to cover your ENTIRE lawn 2-3 times a week during the peak growing season in Australia. All Worx Landroid models have an automatic schedule feature that lets the robot work this all out for you.

Otherwise, you can work out the number of hours per week needed to mow your lawn by a simple calculation:

Lawn size in m2 / m2 per hour your robot model mows = time required to mow the entire lawn

*For this example, the lawn size is 300m2 and the robot model is a Worx Landroid WR150E that mows 85m2 per hour.

300m2 / 85m2 = 3.5 hours to mow the entire lawn.

During peak growing season, multiply this number by 3:

3.5 hours x 3 = 10.5 hours mowing per week

It is then best to have your robot mowing either every day or every second day in peak growing periods. So, you can schedule the robot to mow for either 1.5 hours every day or 3 hours every second day.
* The above calculation is only a guide as different shaped lawns will take different durations to mow.

Worx Landroid offers 3 robot mower models covering areas from 500m2 to 1500m2.
For all robot lawn mowers, we recommend that you don’t exceed 70% of the robot’s maximum capacity, so you get the best cutting results in a reasonable time frame. Mowing to the highest capacity of any robot lawn mower is possible but, you will expect the robot to be working for 10 hours or more a day excluding charging times.

Unique to the Worx Landroid is the ability to change your battery cheaply and easily to the same size or a larger battery up to 6ah. Increasing the battery will increase the capacity of the robot mower.

It is IMPORTANT to notice that every robot lawnmower have 3 different slope ratings.
Maximum Permissible Slope – It determines the highest gradient value that the robot can manage. The highest slope should only be in a small part of your lawn and it should be well inside your perimeter wire.
Maximum Consistent slope – If most of your lawn is sloped, this should be the maximum slope gradient value of your lawn.
Maximum edge slope – This is the most important rating, is the maximum slope allowed within 1 metre of your boundary wire.

* These ratings are the maximum allowable ratings on a perfectly manicured lawn surface. So lawn areas with rough or uneven surfaces, thick or deep grass (>30mm deep when cut) will need to be factored into your maximum slope ratings.

Find out how to measure slopes gradient here.

Thick grasses like newly laid Buffalo and Kikuyu can be difficult for some robot mower to travel on.

If you notice that your lawn is more than 40mm in height when freshly mowed, keep it in mind when choosing a mower. Newly laid or grown grass are usually deeper than older established grass.

Also, lawns that are heavily thatched underneath can also cause the grass to be too deep and spongy. Deep spongy grass is also difficult for robot mowers to maintain traction.

If your lawn is under 40mm in height when freshly mowed, then most robot mowers will be able to travel on them easily.

For the best advice on this, please send a photo of your lawn to us to provide you with the best advice on what robot mowers are suitable.

All robotic lawn mowers are tested by us to ensure to our customers the best service and to provide the best advice on robot recommendations.

Worx Landroid DIY Installation Video

Watch the video to discover about Worx Landroid installation step by step. You will learn about:

  • Landroid installation plan
  • How to properly place the charging base
  • How to lay down the boundary wire
  • How to set up an island
  • How to connect Landroid to Wi-Fi
  • How to set up a Multi-zone
Worx Landroid Intelligent

WORX LANDROID, THE INTELLIGENT ROBOT MOWER

Landroid knows what’s best for your lawn

Worx Landroid intelligent robots can autonomously decide how to mow your lawn. With cloud computing, it fine-tunes mowing cycles according to the actual growth rate of your grass. NOESIS technology needs No settings, No programming and No guess work.

The science behind your best lawn ever.

A multitude of factors influence the growth rate of your grass. Landroid combines them all to determine the best treatment for your lawn. Day in and day out.

Temperature

The most influential factor for grass growth.

Sunlight

Grass grows more as sun radiation becomes stronger and the days become longer.

Water Supply

Watering during hot summer days builds strong roots and keeps grass from turning brown.

Grass species

Each species has its own growth rate and seasonality.

Soil composition

Clay soils retain water, while sandy soils favor drainage.

Frequency of cuts

Frequent mowing promotes high shoot density and vertical leaf growth.

Nutrition

Regular fertilization during growing seasons keeps the lawn well fed.

Landroid Intelligent learns from you.

No matter how clever it is, your robot mower still needs to get some information from you. It’s a matter of seconds thanks to the app.

Try before you buy.

Download the app for free and experience Landroid before buying it.

Worx app settings

Grass species

In the app, tick the box corresponding to the grass in your lawn. Not sure? Follow the tutorial.

Soil

Is it Sandy, Clay or Mixed? Don’t know? Assess it in a few playful steps.

Irrigation

Let Landroid know if you have a permanent irrigation system.

Nutrients

Tell Landroid if you regularly fertilize your lawn.

Size and shape.

Determine the amount of time Landroid needs to cover the lawn area.

Landroid knows about the weather.

Connected Landroid robot mowers receive pin-point climate information — rainfall, temperature, sunlight and forecast — from the closest local weather station.

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Putting everything together.

Cloud computing combines data and builds a specific algorithm that’s delivered to each individual Landroid daily. It’s this degree of accuracy that gives you the perfect lawn.

Your lawn at your fingertips.

Way more than a remote control: the app is your interface with the Worx Landroid ecosystem.

Want to know the size of your lawn?

Download the app for free and measure it in Guest Mode — no purchase of Landroid required.

Connected Landroid App

Worx app settings

* This feature works with all smartphones with AR-enabled hardware.

Accurate measurement of your lawn

With augmented reality* you get the exact size of your lawn by simply taking a walk around it.

 

Fine tune the schedule to your wishes.

Review and manually adjust Landroid’s auto scheduling settings at any time. If you want to.

Performance Dashboard

See how Landroid has been doing lately thanks to the dashboard’s statistics.

Notifications

Anything that requires your attention is promptly notified to you by the app.

Worx Landroid AIA Technology

WORX LANDROID WITH AIA TECHNOLOGY

ALL NEW. SMARTER. BEST EVER

The new intelligent Worx Landroid with AIA technology automatically knows what’s best for your lawn every day. It adapts to the size and shape of your lawn and growth rate of your grass. It learns continuously from our fleet of thousands connected robot mowers and regularly updates itself. It’s agile, safe, accurate and packed with customizable features.

The most agile and efficient robot mower

Using the AIA technology, the Worx Landroid mows your lawn more efficiently than conventional robotic lawnmowers. As the most agile robot lawnmower on the market, it simply runs through narrow passages that other robots can not tackle.

Simply faster, simply smarter.

When they reach the border, conventional robot mowers change route with trial and error. Mostly error. Landroid does it right the first time. Every time.

Worx landroid turning straight

Landroid turns.

Landroid makes intelligent turns each time it reaches the border of your lawn.

Generic robot with wondering turn

Others wander.

Stop, reverse, stop, turn, move forward. Repeat. Eventually, they find the right direction. Eventually.

Your lawn deserves efficiency.

Don’t let other robot mowers wear your grass with repetitive roaming and unneeded back-and-forth maneuvers at the borders. Landroid robot navigates your lawn with confidence thanks to its unique AIA technology.

Your lawn deserves efficiency.

Don’t let other robot mowers wear your grass with repetitive roaming and unneeded back-and-forth maneuvers at the borders. Landroid robot navigates your lawn with confidence thanks to its unique AIA technology.

BBQ friendly

Landroid robot gets the job done faster than other robotic mowers, leaving more time for you to enjoy your lawn with family and friends.

Family having BBQ

Landroid handles narrow passages without a wire

Other robotic lawn mowers cannot handle narrow passages without a guide wire. Landroid robot always finds its way through narrow passages. Even better, it mows the passages rather than just passing through them.

AIA technology understands that your unique garden

Our AIA technology is designed to handle even the most complex garden. Landroid robot easily mows between your flowerbeds, the corridor that sets your swimming pool apart from the patio, and the narrow passage that connects your front yard to your back yard.

Landroid handles narrow passages without a wire

Other robotic lawn mowers cannot handle narrow passages without a guide wire. Landroid robot always finds its way through narrow passages. Even better, it mows the passages rather than just passing through them.

AIA technology understands that your unique garden​

Our AIA technology is designed to handle even the most complex garden. Landroid robot easily mows between your flowerbeds, the corridor that sets your swimming pool apart from the patio, and the narrow passage that connects your front yard to your back yard.

Robot Landroid mowing in narrow paths
Beatiful Lawn with Landroid

WORX LANDROID, MANICURES YOUR BEATIFUL LAWN

THE BEST THING THAT CAN HAPPEN TO YOUR LAWN

Landroid Robot’s daily mowing boosts the density of grass blades and effectively prevents the propagation of weeds. Its intelligent auto scheduling precisely knows the best time to mow. Its unique navigation technology won’t wear repetitive tracks in your lawn. The grass clippings are so short you will never need to rake them—they fall to the soil and fertilise your lawn naturally.

The smell of freshly mown grass. Every day.

Give your lawn what it deserves—healthy grass and an amazing appearance. Whether you have a simple lawn or a complex multi-layered one with flowerbeds, rough terrain or slopes, a Landroid robot mower will help you achieve perfection. No head will be left unturned. No cut to edges to trim.

CUT-TO-EDGE-LOGO

LANDROID ROBOT CUT TO EDGE

Unveiling the secret to a perfect lawn

Robots may be at the cutting edge of mowers, but few actually deal with your lawn’s edge. The special offset blade of Landroid M and L models gets as close as possible to the border of your lawn, leaving you little or no trimming to do.

Worx Landroid Beatiful Lawn Features

Worx Landroid robot lawnmower - feature slope

At home even on the slopes

Landroid’s advanced inertia sensing technology provide real-time information on drift, inclination and speed to accurately control the wheels’ torque. Uphill and down.

Uneven lawns

Worx Landroid robot lawnmower - feature all weather

Survives everything the sky dishes out

Landroid is happy to be outside with any weather. But when it rains, it knows mowing could damage your turf, so it stops and doesn’t start until the grass has dried.

All-weather design

Worx Landroid robot lawnmower - feature grass height adjust

As long as you want

Grass length is a matter of personal taste. Adjusting Landroid’s cutting height to your favorite length is as easy as turning a dial.

Cut height adjust

Worx Landroid robot lawnmower - feature stop blades for safety

Safer than the standards

The blade disk stops spinning immediately if the robot gets lifted off the ground.

Safety first

Worx Landroid robot lawnmower - feature quite work

Sound of Silence

Petrol mowers can get as loud as 100dB and require ear protection. Worx Landroid is so quiet your neighbours will never complain.

Quieter Neighborhood

Stealth charging station

Virtually invisible, the sleek charging station of the new Landroid sits on a grid that allows grass to grow through it.

Kick the clutter

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