Worx Lawn Mowers Reviews


Worx WG775 Lil Mo Review

Worx WG775 Lil Mo

Worx’s mowers always seem to look a little bit different from the rest. Everyone has their own opinion. Some people think they look like toys but I actually think that they look pretty cool. They are new, innovative and just different.The Worx WG775 Lil’Mo is no exception. It’s a cordless battery-powered mower and at under […]

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Worx WG708 Review

Worx WG708 Review

If you are looking to get away from a gas guzzling lawnmower then an electric lawnmower is one of your main options. I’ve used numerous electric lawnmowers over the years and I have to admit that at first the cord can be a pain.But after a while you just get used to it and managing […]

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Worx WG782 Review

Worx WG782

The Worx WG782 is a cordless electric mower and is very similar to their WG775 model. In fact it is the same mower with the addition of a piece of technology they have called “IntelliCut”. Having already used the WG775 I was very interested to see if the IntelliCut technology made much of a difference […]

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Review of the Worx Landroid

A beautiful lawn is like a beautiful car: everyone wants one, no one wants to take it into the shop for maintenance. Like the beautiful car the beautiful lawn will only stay that way if you perform the necessary upkeep and that means mowing first and foremost. But who has the time or energy today […]

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Worx WG789 Review

Worx WG789

In recent years cordless electric lawn mowers have become more popular. I myself have used a few different models and the only negative aspect I have encountered is the weight of them. This is mainly because the batteries needed to power them are still quite big (although this will change in the future). As a […]

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Worx WG712 Review

Worx WG712

Today we are going to review one of Worx’s electric corded mowers, the Worx WG712. Worx currently have 2 options in their corded electric range and the WG712 is the smaller, more compact option.It boasts a 16 inch cutting deck as opposed to the meatier 19 inch deck of its sibling, the WG718. However it […]

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