WORX WG794 Landroid Review (USA)

Worx WG794

The robotic lawn mower can be seen as the bigger, more mature brother of the WG790E and is available in the USA. The WG794 has more gardening features – such as AIA cutting technology and the multi-zone programming – and is able to handle much more complex gardens as it can cover areas reaching 1000m² in size (over 2.5 tennis courts). … Read More

Gardena Sileno Review

Gardena Sileno

In order to cope with the more complex and big gardens, Gardena have introduced their Sileno model to the market. It is built to withstand areas reaching 1000m2 in size and its features like the EasyPassage function, front & back sensors and random mowing style allow it to handle the sharp angles seen within lawns. To help you understand how … Read More

Ambrogio L85 Evolution Review

Ambrogio L85 Evolution

The Ambrogio L85 Evolutionhas been specifically designed and built to maintain the more complex gardens. It’s agile, powerful and can run up the most difficult of slopes (up to 55%) so it’ll handle this type of lawn without a problem. It covers areas reaching 1200m² making its closest competitor the Bosch Indego and Husqvarna 315. But how does it compete on the most technical aspects? … Read More

Ambrogio L30 Elite Plus Review

Ambrogio L30 Elite

Ambrogio are an Italian company and have been in the game for 15 years now so they probably know their way around a robomower. They are particularly keen on efficient technology, protecting the environment and accurate mowing, all of which are reflected in their Ambrogio L30 Elite Plus mower. Even though it is one of their smaller models, it still cover an impressive … Read More

Worx WG798E Landroid Review

WORX WG798E

The robotic lawn mower can be seen as the bigger, more mature brother of the WG790E – why it’s named the Landroid L (large). The WG798E has more gardening features – such as AIA cutting technology and the multi-zone programming – and is able to handle much more complex gardens as it can cover areas reaching 2000m² in size (over 5 tennis … Read More

Husqvarna 315 Automower Review

Husqvarna 315

Within this review I’ll be explaining everything you need to know about the Husqvarna 315 Automower model. It provides a brilliant and reliable cut, a very efficient navigation and power system, and it can handle even the most complex of gardens, but does it deserve a place in your garden? I’ll be running through all of its features and capabilities and will compare it to … Read More

Robomow RS615 Review

Robomo RS615 PRO-X

The Robomow RS615 model is focused around those with slightly larger gardens than most, putting it in competition with mowers like the Husqvarna 315. Not the easiest of competitors but let’s see how well it competes throughout the review. Things like the different shape, more capabilities (lawn coverage), a bigger cutting width and the floating deck may seem quite insignificant but added … Read More

Bosch Indego Robotic Lawnmower Review

Bosch Indego Robotic Lawnmower

The Bosch Indego mower is the standard model that Bosch have released and is in closest competition with the likes of the Husqvarna 315 and the Robomow RS615. It produces a great quality of cut, has a brilliant power system and operates using the super-efficient Logicut navigation – but how does it fare against the competition? For a more in-depth look at all its features, functions and capabilities, … Read More

Bosch Indego 1000 Connect Review

Bosch Indego 1000

The  is like a twin brother to the standard Bosch Indego model. Both are very similar in their looks, features and how they operate. The only difference between them is that with this model you can control the 1000 with the Bosch App. But even with these similarities I would not compare them both, instead you’re better comparing the Indego 1000 … Read More