WORX WR153E L1500 Landroid Robotic Mower UK Review 

 March 4, 2021

By  Enda

Thanks for taking the time to read our UK review of the WORX WR153E L1500 Landroid Robotic Mower. 

This robotic lawnmower gets very good buyer reviews and users seem to either love it or hate it. That just tells me that it's not suitable for everybody, though as almost three quarters of users give it 10 out of 10, we know it is a good quality product that works well.

This particular mower, with the model number WR153E L1500, is made for medium to large sized gardens, can cover areas of around 1500 square meters and will work on gradients up to 20 degrees.

That means that this mower is suitable for the majority of gardens and it will certainly make your life a lot easier. It will charge itself, cut your grass, mulch it and be back on charge without you lifting a finger.

The WORX Brand

WORX are a company who make a range of power tools. One of their divisions specialises in making garden tools which include power cleaners, grass trimmers, hedge trimmers, chainsaws and of course blowers and vacs.

The manufacturer states that they build all of their gardening tools on a platform of innovation, power and performance. They state that they are engineered with superior technology and value built into every contemporary design, so you can perform with precision. 

The brand is owned by the Positec Tool Corporation and they sell a lot of tools in the USA and Canada in all the major stores like Walmart, Canadian Tire and the Home Depot. They are also popular in Great Britain.

We have included an image of this lawnmover just below.

WORX WR153E L1500 Landroid Robotic Mower Review

How Buyers Rate This Model

Buyer Satisfaction
  • Overall buyers have given this robotic mower an average 86% satisfaction rating
  • 68% gave it a full 5 star rating
  • 9% of all buyers gave this robotic mower a bad rating

Normally when we do reviews, we like to see a buyer satisfaction rating of at least 80%. This one falls above that threshold. Buyer opinion is divided on this mower, with most buyers really liking it, and others thinking it is just OK.

We found over 100 online buyer reviews and 10 out of those had some issues, mostly they were because they couldn't use the app. The remaining buyers were very happy indeed.

What Buyers Say - Pros & Cons




Buyers said it was a well made mower that worked perfectly

Buyers said this is a great choice for all garden sizes

Buyers liked that it was quite technical and could be controlled by the app


Buyers said they found it hard to do the initial set up

Some buyers said the wheels at the front sometimes stuck on uneven ground

Our Rating 9 out of 10


  • This has a 22" cut and is perfect for gardens up to 1500 m2
  • It is suitable for complex gardens, even if it's narrow, uneven and winding
  • You can control the robot grass cutter comfortably with your smartphone
  • It comes with an anti-collision system installed
  • The unit will charge itself and knows to come back to the station if it starts to rain, though you can turn that off if you want
  • This is fully programmable and you can set you own boundaries and areas
  • There is a two year warranty which can be extended up to five years
  • The unit uses a li-ion battery and this is included
  • Around 60mm is the max height this will cut

Our Research

When you read the number of reviews that we have, you can pick out some really useful information. We have shared our findings just below:

Grass Cutting Capability

As we have already said, this mower will cut up to 1500m2 of grass with lengths from 20mm right up to 60mm. It also comes with a cut to edge facility which gets as close as possible to the border of your lawn. Some of the cheaper models don't do this so it's important to know if you need this option or now. For instance, if your lawn is bordered by paving then you won't need it.

Set Up

We found that the most important thing about this robotic lawnmower is getting the initial set-up right. You will need to take your time and it will need a few adjustments to get it perfect. A few users found this difficult but it's really quite straightforward.

There are a lot of options available, especially setting up some of the boundaries, but I found the set-up really interesting and the extra options are great.

Value for Money

This is not a cheap buy, and many would consider this to be too expensive. I am not one of these people. According to the robot, I have 947m2 of garden which it cuts very quietly, without me having to do anything and the lawn looks perfect at all times.

We think it actually improves the quality of the lawn because of the regular cutting and mathematically alone, if it lasts 5 years then it will cost me around £4 a week to have my lawn perfect, with no effort.

Our Verdict on the WORX WR153E L1500 Landroid Robotic Mower

We do like the Worx brand, and this mower, like all their tools, is well made. if you want to own a good quality robotic mower, that saves you time and effort then there is not much better than this model.

Overall buyers rate this mower very well, though you should be aware that it is not a cheap option.

It has an RRP of £1250 so if you can find it cheaper than that, then at least you know you are getting yourself a deal.

If this is not the robotic lawnmower for you, then check out our top 10 list of robotic mowers here.


I am someone who enjoys a little gardening. Now I am not someone who spend hours in the garden, but I do like both my front and back gardens to look really nice. Well kept lawns, neatly trimmed hedges, and borders filled with plants, make a huge difference, to how your property looks.

Enda McLarnon

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