Worx Landroid Robot Lawn Mower

Sep 8, 2015

Category: Tech

Mowing the lawn can be a cathartic experience, but it’s often the case that you just can’t seem to find the time to get around to it. With everything on your plate, allow the Worx Landroid robot lawn mower to lighten your load.

This automatic lawn mower will cut your grass for you, and will continue to do so 7 days a week. You simply input a cutting schedule using a keypad and the robot obeys your command, all the while remaining quiet so that it can be used day or not without disturbing your neighbors. It can even mow inclines and declines of up to 20-degrees. It has a shock sensor built within to allow it to mow around obstacles, and another sensor that can sense the rain and tell it to return to base. It’ll also set itself to return when its battery needs to be recharged. It’s available for $999. [Purchase]

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