We tested 27 robotic lawn mowers. The best for most is the Worx Landroid M 700 Regardless of whether it is an English lawn with clean borders or a hilly ramp with shrubbery and children’s playground, the Landroid mows well on any surface. The agile robot even masters bottlenecks and narrow corridors. In the modular principle, it can be adapted to the conditions using upgrade modules.
For our test, we had a total of 27 robotic lawn mowers with prices between 450 and 2,000 euros compete against each other in a week-long endurance test.
Test winner: Worx Landroid M 700 WR142E
The Worx Landroid M 700 WR142E is an all-round carefree package for medium-sized gardens, with or without children. The robotic lawnmower works quietly and carefully over the terrain and mows along the edges. The robust robotic lawnmower can also climb inclines with its coarse tires. In the app, you set working times and define zones if you wish, if mowing is to be carried out at different levels of intensity. The Worx Landroid M 700 WR1 42E is based on a modular principle. Families might buy the ACS (Anti Collision System) module, people with a lot of flower beds might buy the off-limits magnetic strips , and someone with 900 square meters might buy the six-amp hour battery right away.
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