The Best Robotic Lawn Mowers For Large Gardens

Best Robotic Lawn Mowers For Large Lawns & Gardens

Best Robotic Lawn Mowers For Large Lawns

A top-notch robotic lawnmower for larger lawns in the UK in 2024 should be equipped with advanced GPS navigation and multi-zone programming capabilities to efficiently manage the vast area and complex layouts. Additionally, it needs to have a robust battery system for extended run times and a wide cutting deck to ensure maximum coverage with minimum passes, even in the often unpredictable British weather.

My Top Pick Robotic Lawnmowers for Large Lawns

  1. Best Overall – WORX WR153E L1500: The WORX WR153E L1500 is renowned for its ability to handle lawns up to 1500m² with ease, featuring a generous 22cm cutting width and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for seamless control and scheduling via a smartphone app.
  2. Best Features/Value – LUBA AWD 5000: The LUBA AWD 5000 stands out with its all-wheel-drive system, making it ideal for complex terrains and larger lawns up to 5000m², and it comes with a smart rain sensor and multi-area management, offering excellent value for its wide array of features.
  3. Best Camera/Vision Guided – WORX Landroid Vision L1600 – WR216E: The WORX Landroid Vision L1600 – WR216E is cutting-edge with its patented vision-based navigation system, ensuring precise mowing for areas up to 1600m², and it boasts a 22cm cutting width along with customisable mowing schedules.
  4. Best Budget – LawnMaster L10 Robotic Lawnmower: The LawnMaster L10 provides an economical option for those with smaller lawns up to 400m², featuring a simple one-button operation and a 18cm cutting width, plus it’s designed to tackle inclines of up to 35%, offering great functionality at a lower price point.

Best Robotic Lawn Mowers For Large Lawns & Gardens (800m² to 1,500m²)

DetailsImageMower NameDeckFeaturesSummaryPros and ConsVideoMore Details
Mammotion LUBA 2 AWD 5000 Review - Perimeter Wire Free Robotic Lawn Mower

Mammotion LUBA 2 AWD 5000 Review - Perimeter Wire Free Robotic Lawn Mower

40Anti Collision Control
Camera Guided
Cuts to Edge
Floating Deck
GPS Guided
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
Virtual Boundary
30mm - 70mm89Looking for a better way to maintain your lawn without the hassle of traditional mowers? Look no further than the Luba 3 AWD 5000 Robotic Mower! In this comprehensive review, we take a detailed look at this cutting-edge lawn care technology and explore its features, benefits, and limitations.
Pros
  • Excellent lawn coverage
  • Ability to add up to 30 zones
  • Easy to use app
  • Fantastic 4g range
  • Sensors, RTK and camera navigation
  • Improved waterproofing
  • Tackles slopes up to 80%
  • UK Service centre
Cons
  • Requires an initial investment
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Full Review
WORX Landroid Vision L1600 Review - WR216E

WORX Landroid Vision L1600 Review - WR216E

22Anti Collision Control
Cuts to Edge
Floating Deck
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
Virtual Boundary
7 (30mm - 60mm)89The WORX Landroid Vision series of robot mowers launched in April 2023 and I got the chance to test and review the WORX Landroid Vision L1600 WR216E in my own garden. I have also created a video review of this mower that you can take a look at below.
Pros
  • No set up required
  • No boundary wire required
  • WORX 20v power share batteries can be shared across a range of garden tools
  • Easy to setup, use and maintain
  • Cuts to edge
  • Can be used for multiple mowing zones
  • Very accurate navigation camera
  • Some models have electronic cutting height adjustment
  • 2 +1 Years warranty (3 years)
Cons
  • Only a 2.0Ah battery supplied with M600
  • New technology that may have some teething issues, but continual updates and improvements over time
  • Not suitable for lawns with very steep slopes over 30%
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Full Review
WORX Landroid Vision L1300 Review - WR213E

WORX Landroid Vision L1300 Review - WR213E

22Anti Collision Control
Cuts to Edge
Floating Deck
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
Virtual Boundary
7 (30mm - 60mm)89The WORX Landroid Vision series of robot mowers launched in April 2023 and I got the chance to test and review the WORX Landroid Vision L1300 WR213E in my own garden. I have also created a video review of this mower that you can take a look at below.
Pros
  • No set up required
  • No boundary wire required
  • WORX 20v power share batteries can be shared across a range of garden tools
  • Easy to setup, use and maintain
  • Cuts to edge
  • Can be used for multiple mowing zones
  • Very accurate navigation camera
  • Some models have electronic cutting height adjustment
  • 2 +1 Years warranty (3 years)
Cons
  • Only a 2.0Ah battery supplied with M600
  • New technology that may have some teething issues, but continual updates and improvements over time
  • Not suitable for lawns with very steep slopes over 30%
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Full Review
Mammotion LUBA AWD 5000 Review - Perimeter Wire Free Robotic Lawn Mower

Mammotion LUBA AWD 5000 Review - Perimeter Wire Free Robotic Lawn Mower

40Anti Collision Control
Cuts to Edge
Floating Deck
GPS Guided
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
Virtual Boundary
30mm - 70mm88Looking for a better way to maintain your lawn without the hassle of traditional mowers? Look no further than the Luba AWD 5000 Robotic Mower! In this comprehensive review, we take a detailed look at this cutting-edge lawn care technology and explore its features, benefits, and limitations.
Pros
  • No boundary wire required
  • Super accurate RTK navigation
  • Intelligent mowing patterns
  • Moves effortlessly between up to 10 mowing zones
  • Waterproof and incredibly well built including solid rubber tyres with all wheel drive
  • Great for large lawns up to 5000m²
  • Incredibly powerful and long lasting 10.0Ah battery
  • Handles 75% inclines with ease
Cons
  • New product whose app and firmware is still being developed
  • Higher initial investment (still great value compared to competitors)
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Full Review
Stiga A 5000 Review - Autonomous Robot Mower

Stiga A 5000 Review - Autonomous Robot Mower

26Anti Collision Control
GPS Guided
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
Virtual Boundary
20mm - 65mm86This series comprises three robotic lawn mowers that come in a choice of sizes meaning you’ll be able to find something that perfectly matches the needs and size of your garden. In my Stiga A 5000 Autonomous Robot Mower Experience Series Autonomous robot mower review, I’m going to cover the ins and outs of each of these products and help you to decide whether this is the right range for your garden.
Pros
  • No boundary wire required
  • Latest GPS RTK technology
  • All mowers in the range are designed for large gardens of varying sizes
  • Intelligent AGS navigation for efficient mowing coverage
  • Works on slopes up to 24°
  • Setup is totally digital and easy, even for beginners
  • In app control features are excellent
  • 10 mowing zones
  • Long 5 year warranty
  • Free white glove delivery (includes assembly)
  • Good range of safety features
Cons
  • High initial investment
  • Ongoing connectivity pack to be purchased
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Full Review
Stiga A 3000 Review - Autonomous Robot Mower

Stiga A 3000 Review - Autonomous Robot Mower

26Anti Collision Control
GPS Guided
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
Virtual Boundary
20mm - 65mm86This series comprises three robotic lawn mowers that come in a choice of sizes meaning you’ll be able to find something that perfectly matches the needs and size of your garden. In my Stiga A 3000 Autonomous Robot Mower Experience Series Autonomous robot mower review, I’m going to cover the ins and outs of each of these products and help you to decide whether this is the right range for your garden.
Pros
  • No boundary wire required
  • Latest GPS RTK technology
  • All mowers in the range are designed for large gardens of varying sizes
  • Intelligent AGS navigation for efficient mowing coverage
  • Works on slopes up to 24°
  • Setup is totally digital and easy, even for beginners
  • In app control features are excellent
  • 10 mowing zones
  • Long 5 year warranty
  • Free white glove delivery (includes assembly)
  • Good range of safety features
Cons
  • High initial investment
  • Ongoing connectivity pack to be purchased
Check Best Price

Full Review
Stiga A 1500 Review - Autonomous Robot Mower

Stiga A 1500 Review - Autonomous Robot Mower

18Anti Collision Control
GPS Guided
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
Virtual Boundary
20mm - 60mm85This series comprises three robotic lawn mowers that come in a choice of sizes meaning you’ll be able to find something that perfectly matches the needs and size of your garden. In my Stiga A 1500 Autonomous Robot Mower Experience Series Autonomous robot mower review, I’m going to cover the ins and outs of each of these products and help you to decide whether this is the right range for your garden.
Pros
  • No boundary wire required
  • Latest GPS RTK technology
  • All mowers in the range are designed for large gardens of varying sizes
  • Intelligent AGS navigation for efficient mowing coverage
  • Works on slopes up to 24°
  • Setup is totally digital and easy, even for beginners
  • In app control features are excellent
  • 10 mowing zones
  • Long 5 year warranty
  • Free white glove delivery (includes assembly)
  • Good range of safety features
Cons
  • High initial investment
  • Ongoing connectivity pack to be purchased
Check Best Price

Full Review
LawnMaster L10 Review Robot Lawn Mower

LawnMaster L10 Review Robot Lawn Mower

18Anti Collision Control
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
5 (20mm - 60mm)83The LawnMaster L10 is a robotic mower with a 18cm cutting deck and is designed for lawns up to 400m². It has 5 height adjustments from 20mm to 60mm, has 3 good quality pivoting razor blades for a precise and clean cut and allows you to mow for 4, 6, 8 and 10 hours each day. The LawnMaster L10 robotic mower comes supplied with a charging station, 150m of boundary wire and 250 pegs.
Pros
  • Precise blades for a neat finish
  • Very easy and simple to set up
  • Choice of mowing times
  • 10m charging station cable
  • Repair kit and peg driver kit available to buy separately
  • Great value for money
  • Spare parts & support readily available in the UK
  • 2 year guarantee
Cons
  • Every day or alternate day schedules only
  • Some people may not like the lack of a smartphone app
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Gtech Robot Lawnmower RLM50 Review

Gtech Robot Lawnmower RLM50 Review

18Anti Collision Control
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
7 (25mm - 55mm)82The Gtech Robot Lawnmower RLM50 is a robotic mower designed for larger lawns up to 625m². It has a cutting width of 18cm, 7 height adjustments from 25mm to 55mm and 3 good quality pivoting razor blades for a precise and clean cut. The Gtech RLM50 has an onboard keypad and LCD display and comes supplied with a charging station, 100m of boundary wire, 120 pegs and 6 spare blades.
Pros
  • Great for large lawns up to 625m²
  • Fully automated mowing
  • Choice of mowing programs
  • Incredibly user friendly
  • Plenty of safety features
  • Comes with a generous 2 year  warranty
  • Works well on steep inclines
  • Very good pre and after sales help and support
Cons
  • Doesn’t have a smartphone app
  • Functionality cannot be extended with optional accessories like some other brands i.e. WORX robotic mowers
  • Does not cut to the edge
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Full Review
WORX Landroid L1000 WR147E Review

WORX Landroid L1000 WR147E Review

18Anti Collision Control
Cuts to Edge
Floating Deck
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
30mm - 60mm84The WORX Landroid L1000 WR147E is one of a new range of intelligent robotic mowers for large lawns up to 1,000m². The WORX WR147E automatically knows what’s best for your lawn every day and adapts to the size and shape of your lawn as well as the growth rate of your grass.
Pros
  • Fast, agile, and accurate cutting
  • Intelligent AIA navigation technology
  • Good cut to edge feature
  • WORX PowerShare interchangeable batteries
  • Easy cleaning: can be washed with the garden hose (IPX5)
  • Easy to clean with a hosepipe
  • Can be customised to suit your requirements
  • Ultra quiet
  • Outstanding safety features
  • Top security features
  • Neat stealth charging station
  • Floating blade deck to clear obstacles
Cons
  • While good value for money it is somewhat expensive
  • Some might feel the need for a wider cutting height range
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Full Review
WORX WR153E L1500 Review - Landroid Robotic Mower

WORX WR153E L1500 Review - Landroid Robotic Mower

22Anti Collision Control
Cuts to Edge
Multi Zone
Rain Sensor
Smart Phone App
30mm - 60mm85The WORX WR153E L1500 is one of a new range of intelligent robotic mowers for large lawns up to 1,500m². The WORX WR153E automatically knows what’s best for your lawn every day and adapts to the size and shape of your lawn as well as the growth rate of your grass.
Pros
  • Fast, agile, and accurate cutting
  • Intelligent AIA navigation technology
  • Good cut to edge feature
  • WORX PowerShare interchangeable batteries
  • IPX5 Waterproof
  • Easy to clean with a hosepipe
  • Can be customised to suit your requirements
  • Ultra quiet
  • Outstanding safety features
  • Top security features
  • Neat stealth charging station
Cons
  • While good value for money compared to other brands, it is a somewhat expensive investment.
Check Best Price

Full Review

Of course all these models are little different from one to another, in terms of how they operate and the features they offer, so to make it easier, I have included which type of person and garden these robotic mowers are ideal for. If you click on the “Click here to read my review” under each mower, it will take you to a full and in-depth review of each robotic mower, where I have included all the pros and cons, main features, optional extras (great for future expansion), navigation and power system, charging station, mowing features, cost and much more. With this information you should be able to pick the best robotic mower for you and your garden. However, if you’re still unsure then just leave a question in the comments box below and I’ll do my best to help you out.

If you would like more information on how robotic mowers work or how to pick the perfect robotic lawn mower see my two articles below –

How To Pick The Perfect Robotic Lawn Mower

How Do Robotic Lawn Mowers Work

 


Choosing The Best Robotic Lawn Mower Video Guide

In my video below, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of choosing the best robotic lawn mower for you and your lawn.

Conclusion

So to sum up, these are my best robotic mowers for large sized lawns between 800m² an 1,500m².

The WORX mowers are the most flexible robotic mowers and have the ability to be extended with their range of Add-On Features. These mowers ensure that if your circumstances change or you want to purchase optional extras such as Anti-Collision System, Voice Control, Radio Link, GPS controlled – Find My Landroid or Off Limits YOU CAN at a later date. In addition, both of the WORX models allow you to cut right to the edge of your lawn, meaning that there will be no trimming work required. The 1500 WORX model also has the benefit of a floating deck, meaning that the mower will be prevented from getting beached on uneven lawns.

The Robomow robotic mower is a premium mower from this manufacturer, that has 2 single rotating tri-edged blades, that provide a impressive 56cm cutting width, this is ideal for larger lawns. This mower can cover up to 7 separate lawn areas. This robotic mower also has the benefit of a floating deck, meaning that this mower will perform better on uneven surfaces, preventing it from getting stuck on the lawn.

The Ambrogio mower is fitted with 2x 2.5Ah Lithium-ion batteries, has blue tooth app control and allows you to have 4 separate manageable areas. One thing to note about this robotic mower is that it doesn’t come supplied with the boundary wire and pegs, they have to be purchased separately. Another notable fact about the Ambrogio is that this robotic mower uses a single steel blade, this blade is longer lasting compared to the smaller rotating individual razer blades, found on other models.

Bear in mind that not all robotic mowers are created equally. Older models will mow your lawn either in a random pattern OR will use a pre-set route. Other more recent models such as the WORX range have artificial intelligence technology, that both ensure an even cut of your lawn and most efficient and effective path around the perimeter is maintained. In addition, these mowers have the ability to learn about your lawn and adapt according to the actual growth rate of your grass.   

 

Mark Haley Author
Lawnmower Product Expert, Reviewer and Author at EasyLawnMowing.co.uk | 01284 615144 | info@easylawnmowing.co.uk | Website

As a seasoned expert in the field of garden power tools, I have dedicated over a decade to working with and reviewing a wide variety of lawn mowers. My extensive experience has allowed me to gain a deep understanding of the benefits and limitations of different types of mowers and garden tools.

Over the years, I have honed my skills in writing informative articles and creating helpful videos for various blogs and publications. This has given me the ability to not only recognise what makes a good lawn mower, but also to help you choose the perfect garden tool for your specific needs and requirements.

With my wealth of knowledge and expertise, I am confident that I can provide you with valuable insights and recommendations when it comes to selecting the right lawn mower for your lawn. So, whether you're looking for a battery cordless, electric, petrol, or robotic mower, you can trust in my expertise to guide you towards the best option for your garden.

8 thoughts on “Best Robotic Lawn Mowers For Large Lawns & Gardens”

  1. Norman Braithwaite

    Mark,
    Good reviews.

    I have about 800 sq m of lawn but it is incredibly bitty with a main lawn, a smaller one and a lot of fairly narrow paths. I quite like the look of the Worx, but worry that it might all be out of range of my router. Does that matter?

    I also wonder about the lawnmaster, but fear that my paths might be too much for it.

    The next generation of Worx might work, but my cut area of grass is adjacent to an area that is cut now but will be left to grow until the Autumn and I wonder whether it is clever enough to know where the boundary is.

    Any comments will be welcomed.

    What would you recommend

    1. Hi Norman

      Yes to get the best out of the robotic mower you will need a good wifi signal. I had to purchase an external wifi access point for my front garden to enable the mower to talk to the network. The alternative is to use a radio link for example WORX provide the “WORX WA0864 Radio Link Accessory” whereby you plug one end to your router and the other into the mower and will extend the range significantly. With regards to mowers that do not require a boundary wire, this is something I will be testing over the next few months, with several mowers that use either visual (like the WORX new range) or an enhanced GPS such as the Luba. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to see them in action.
      My initial thoughts are that the GPS guided is going to be more accurate, and handle lawns that are not well defined better (such as the area you want to leave uncut). Hope this helps Mark

      1. Looking forward to that video, I just looked on Worx website for the mowers that dont need a boundary wire and they are out of stock. I have a 1600m2 garden and my mower has just packed up so considering a robot instead of a ride on or pulling manual one.

        1. Hi Jon

          Yes I spoke to WORX and they are just sorting out a few issues with the Vision range of robotic mowers before they release them in the UK later this year.

          Thanks
          Mark

  2. These lawnmowers look like great cutting machines. From the videos I would say they seem to cut quite well. I am assuming there is a mulching blade on it as I do not see how you can bag the grass.
    I am surprised by the area that they can cover.
    So to keep your lawn looking like “it has just been cut” how often would you need to cut your grass with this type of mower?
    I know you said that it has an adjustment for longer grass but how long can you let your grass grow before you can’t use this mower? Even a push mower has limits.

    1. These mowers are designed to mow everyday Maureen so their clippings are very small and drop down to the bottom of the soil so you can’t see them, so yeah they kind of have a mulching blade. Because of this the grass shouldn’t grow too long to the point where the mower can’t cut it ;-)

  3. Well those lawn mowers are just about the coolest thing I have seen. It would be nice to sit and watch the lawn mower cut the grass by itself. I have a very bad back and cutting the grass usually puts me out of commission for 2 days. Something like this would be perfect.

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