LawnMaster L10 robot mower review: Say hello to hands free mowing

We take the LawnMaster L10 robot mower for a spin to find out if its finally time to say goodbye to manual mowing

Lawnmaster L10 robot mower on grass
(Image: © Steven Jenkins)

Homebuilding Verdict

If you have a small to medium sized lawn and want to delve into the world of robot mowers without a heavy investment then the compact LawnMaster L10 is a great place to start. It's pretty easy to set up and operate and does a decent job of cutting your lawn. It may lack the features of more expensive robot mowers, but it offers enough to keep your grass in great shape without too much human interaction.


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    Compact and lightweight

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    Hands free mowing

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    An affordable mower for suburban gardens

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    Easy to use


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    No grass collector

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    Random cutting pattern

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    No app

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The Lawnmaster L10 robot mower is the perfect garden buddy if you want a lawn that looks lovely, but aren’t so keen on its upkeep. With this smart futuristic cutting companion there’s no pushing a mower around the garden. Simply set it up, hit Start and let the wonder of technology take over. All you need to do is sit back, relax, and take a sip on your favourite cocktail - or cup of tea - and watch the L10 majestically mow your lawn.

The Lawnmaster L10’s compact nature means it is meant for smaller gardens with a maximum recommended cutting area of 400m2. That’s 20m x 20m – or 65ft x 65 ft for imperial lovers. So still ideal for most suburban gardens and a little bit more. And just to make sure it got a good workout I left my lawn to grow for at least three weeks before giving the mower its first run out. 

Is it better than a push mower? Find out what we thought of the Lawnmaster L10 and whether or not it could be a real alternative to the best cordless lawn mowers on the market today. 

Steve Jenkins

Steve Jenkins is a freelance content creator with over two decades of experience working in digital and print and was previously the DIY content editor for Homebuilding & Renovating. 

He is a keen DIYer with over 20 years of experience in transforming and renovating the many homes he has lived in. He specialises in painting and decorating, but has a wide range of skills gleaned from working in the building trade for around 10 years and spending time at night school learning how to plaster and plumb.

He has fitted kitchens, tiled bathrooms and kitchens, laid many floors, built partition walls, plastered walls, plumbed in bathrooms, worked on loft conversions and much more. And when he's not sure how to tackle a DIY project he has a wide network of friends – including plumbers, gas engineers, tilers, carpenters, painters and decorators, electricians and builders – in the trade to call upon.