Worx Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower

Price: $999.99 $910.00
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Manufacturer Description

The Worx Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower proves that the future of home upkeep is here. It's a completely automated mowing system; that's right, this effective metal-and-plastic unit will trim your yard. No steering needed. It's powered by a 28-volt engine and houses effective sensing units that can track its path, sense obstacles and avoid them, then immediately return to a charge station. Its anti-theft system ensures you won't lose this wise investment, and its built-in rain sensing unit wisely tells the system when when not to cut grass. Free up more individual time with this helpful, automated mower, and you'll never wish to return to manual mowing once again. When you own a WORX item, you anticipate the next project. WORX tools help you deal with every task with ease, every time. For your house, yard, or workshop, WORX tools are constructed on a platform of innovation, power, and performance. Superior technology and worth is constructed into every modern design allowing you to perform every task with precision. Get the hard tasks done quicker with WORX. Dimensions: 20L x 15W x 9H in. Totally automated mowing system. Tough build highlights 43 lb. weight. Powered by a 28-volt engine. Advanced sensing units 'sense' obstacles and avoid them. Automatically go back to charge station. Anti-theft system makes sure safety. Built-in rain sensing unit included.

Product Features

Dimensions: 20L x 15W x 9H in. Fully automated mowing system Sturdy build underscores 43 lb. weight Powered by a 28-volt engine Advanced sensors 'sense' obstacles and avoid them

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