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Worx Landroid M WR140 robotic mower, 1/4 acre, $780.34 or L WR150, 1/2 acre, $960.

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This is the basic model without any add-ons (anti collision or anti theft) but is the lowest I've seen it. Previous Amazon deal price for the WR140 when I bought was $850.
It has been great for me to avoid mowing my yard.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TWHS...-EbP1ZHHB8

The WR150 (1/2 acre) is also on sale for $960.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VC44...-EbQ9FX4Y2
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Created 06-28-2020 at 05:27 AM by netcsk
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Lowest Price I've seen so far. I paid 850 in the fall. Would buy again, haven't got the mower out yet this year.
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It's still 850 at Sams club with anti collision system which seems like arguably the better deal... Does anyone find that necessary? Or other accessories?
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It's still 850 at Sams club with anti collision system which seems like arguably the better deal... Does anyone find that necessary? Or other accessories?
At a minimum, the ACS could be sold off to make the deal sweeter. I personally have no use. It's good for random large object avoidance from what I've read but can also cause missed areas where some grass may be taller.
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I watched the promo vid ....yard looks nasty ... I'd fire the grounds keeper if it looked like that after being mowed......I'll wait to see if it gets better by next Mother's Day.
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Thumbs up because I think this is super cool.... and of the robotic mowers, although all are a bit pricey, Worx is by far the most economical. How does Worx compare to quality build and longevity? I have no idea... but time will tell. Now, if they will make a robot to pick up all the sticks in the yard from all the trees.... my homegrown 'robots' have all grown up and have their own yards.
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585 used Acceptable right now, I wonder how bad can it be?

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Thumbs up because I think this is super cool.... and of the robotic mowers, although all are a bit pricey, Worx is by far the most economical. How does Worx compare to quality build and longevity? I have no idea... but time will tell. Now, if they will make a robot to pick up all the sticks in the yard from all the trees.... my homegrown 'robots' have all grown up and have their own yards.
LOL. Love the comment about home grown robots. I have the latest model of homegrown robots, and trust me they don't work.
Jokes apart, it will not take long before we see other types of robots for yard work. It will be great, but only thing troubles me is the massive job losses. With self driving cars/trucks/cashiers etc, sadly lot more to come.
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585 used Acceptable right now, I wonder how bad can it be?

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That was a great deal.
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Back in stock (only a few it looks like) at the same price.
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LOL. Love the comment about home grown robots. I have the latest model of homegrown robots, and trust me they don't work.
Jokes apart, it will not take long before we see other types of robots for yard work. It will be great, but only thing troubles me is the massive job losses. With self driving cars/trucks/cashiers etc, sadly lot more to come.
I don't see kids mowing yards anymore, but I do see lots of adults doing for cash. One thing I noticed about letting my kids mow with a tractor, is that it was usually easier and cheaper if I just did it... or, I could spend about the same amount of time fixing what they tore up, plus parts. Eventually, they got better and then the next one needed trained and it started all over. What was unique with a tractor or riding mower, is they could see what the front wheels were doing to teach for parallel parking that came later with a whole new learning curve.... all boys, I am pretty sure I was premature grey.

I have no idea who gets their 2 ounces of power from down votes, but if it helps them get through their negative day... You know they are invited to lots of parties.... lol

But I still like this robotic mower... it just won't work at random in our yard with all the trees.
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