Worx WG779E.1 review
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The Worx WG779E is a small cordless lawn mower that you're more likely to find in a DIY store than a garden centre. It has a 34cm-wide cutting blade and 33-litre capacity grass-collection bag. Although cordless mowers free you from the hassle of an electric mains cable, some have very short run times. Find out if this problem affected the WG779E lawn mower in our tough lab tests.
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