The WORX WG788 Cordless Electric Lawn Mower With Removable Battery & IntelliCut provides mulching, side discharge, and rear bagging capabilities. The company’s patented IntelliCut Torque on Demand technology keeps the mower from struggling through tall grass or while mulching leaves, both of which tend to be issues with other electric mowers.
The WORX WG788 19-Inch 36 Volt Cordless 3-In-1 Lawn Mower starts with just the pull of a lever, and the removable 36 volt lead acid battery is easy to charge and store. It is relatively lightweight for an electric mower, at only 87 pounds, yet powerful enough to handle 18,500 square feet on one charge. Earning a four star rating, this mower comes highly recommended by customers.
This WORX WG788 Cordless Electric Lawn Mower has earned a four-star rating, with absolutely no one-star customer reviews. Almost half of all customer reviews gave the WORX WG788 the highest rating of five stars.
Customers rave that this mower is simple to assemble and easy to start. The IntelliCut features works as advertised, powering the mower through tough grass. Comments indicate that the battery life is effectively longer than some other electric mowers currently on the market, with one reviewer claiming to have mowed his lawn three times on one charge. This WORX WG788 Cordless Electric Lawn Mower is reported to run quieter than other models and brands.
Reviewers state that assembly out of the box is a breeze. One even remarked that he was mowing his lawn 15 minutes after the mower arrived at his door. Whereas some other models seem to experience battery failure after the first year, user reports that this mower is dependable and reliable.
Negative reviews are hard to find, and one reviewer gave this mower the lowest rating of one star. Complaints in the two star ratings are varied. One reviewer complained of receiving a mower that had obviously been previously returned and came with two broken handles. A second customer also said they received a previously used and damaged mower. Another received a battery that was apparently defective, as it did not last as long as advertised. Some harsh comments were also aimed at the inconvenience of finding an authorized service company, as some were over 20 miles away from where the customer lived.