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WORX WX372.3 Cordless Hammer Drill - 20V TWO Lithium batteries @ Argos £64.99

£64.99 @ Argos
Price dropped by £15 since i posted this plus £5 voucher Customer Reviews (24) Overall rating 4.7 / 5 WORX drills are pretty decent & this one comes with TWO LITHIUM BATTERIES. This one is 20v s… Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Price dropped by £15 since i posted this plus £5 voucher
Customer Reviews (24)

Overall rating 4.7 / 5
WORX drills are pretty decent & this one comes with TWO LITHIUM BATTERIES. This one is 20v so it should handle bigger jobs than the more common 18V. Two special offers available..half price accessories. It's £10 more in Homebase.

Product description / spec

The Worx 20V lithium-ion Cordless Hammer Drill will give you the confidence to tackle any task. Making light work of masonry, completing your DIY projects around the home and garden couldn't be easier. The 20V Lithium battery stays charged up to 1 year and Powershare allows you to interchange your batteries with your other 20V Worx tools.Compact and lightweight design for extended use. 13mm keyless chuck and shaft lock for one hand operation.20V battery power.Variable speed.Speed 0-550rpm/0-1800rpm.Reverse function.3 hour(s) charging time.13mm keyless chuck.2 gears.22 torque settings.Maximum torque 50Nm.Drilling capacity for wood 35mm, steel 13mm, masonry 16mm.Temperature overload function which shuts down unit automatically if it overheats.LED power indicator.Soft grip handle.Auxiliary handle.Li-Ion battery.2 batteries.Accessories included: 2 x Li-Ion batteries, 1 battery charger, 1 double-ended bit.Carry case.Drill weight 1.65kg.Manufacturer's 3 year when registering online guarantee.EAN: 6947372525370.
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Oops I voted cold! Can I change it?
#2
Ive reserved this but due to the cold votes I assume its no good?
1 Like #3
I've hit a worx sonic cutter and that's a quality product, if I was on the market for a new drill I'd have this
#4
mymymy
Ive reserved this but due to the cold votes I assume its no good?

It's probably because this price is not anything that exciting for essentially a DIY drill... screwfix have a Hitachi (which I think would be considered superior to Worx - and the Hitachi does seem to have good reviews from trade and DIY'ers) for just £10 more and this also comes with 2 Li-Ion batteries.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dsfl-jc-18v-1-5ah-li-lon-cordless-combi-drill/43195

So I think, the cold votes are because it's an ok price, but not really outstanding.
#5
got the 18v version for £35 a few weeks ago....good drill for general diy....20v probably better...but more expensive
#6
sharkmark
mymymy
Ive reserved this but due to the cold votes I assume its no good?

It's probably because this price is not anything that exciting for essentially a DIY drill... screwfix have a Hitachi (which I think would be considered superior to Worx - and the Hitachi does seem to have good reviews from trade and DIY'ers) for just £10 more and this also comes with 2 Li-Ion batteries.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dsfl-jc-18v-1-5ah-li-lon-cordless-combi-drill/43195

So I think, the cold votes are because it's an ok price, but not really outstanding.
This is 20v not 18v so no comparison really
#7
sharkmark
mymymy
Ive reserved this but due to the cold votes I assume its no good?

It's probably because this price is not anything that exciting for essentially a DIY drill... screwfix have a Hitachi (which I think would be considered superior to Worx - and the Hitachi does seem to have good reviews from trade and DIY'ers) for just £10 more and this also comes with 2 Li-Ion batteries.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dsfl-jc-18v-1-5ah-li-lon-cordless-combi-drill/43195

So I think, the cold votes are because it's an ok price, but not really outstanding.
This is 20v not 18v so no comparison really
#8
Im being notified of hot votes but its getting colder lol
#9
My reply is missing too
#10
There us no such thing as 20v Li battery.
Makes the whole thing sound like a gimmick.
#11
AKNews
There us no such thing as 20v Li battery.
Makes the whole thing sound like a gimmick.


True, but 50nm of torque and a spindle speed of 1800rpm not bad for 80 quid!
#12
AKNews
There us no such thing as 20v Li battery.
Makes the whole thing sound like a gimmick.

I'm pretty sure it has the sa me 5x3.6(3.7)V battery cells like any other 18V tool, but decided to rate it at the cells' maximum voltage
#13
Well, it was £69.99 last month - cause I picked it up with a £10 voucher (obtained with a previous order), so paid £63.94 - I thought it was a decent enough price for what seemed like a decent enough drill - not planning on building or demolishing a house with it :)
banned#14
Better off with the Erbaur one from Screwfix tbh (if it's still available)...
#15
Buoy can get a real one for another tenner !
#16
SanTokiMTB
Better off with the Erbaur one from Screwfix tbh (if it's still available)...

Only 14v. I tool mine back
banned#17
mymymy
SanTokiMTB
Better off with the Erbaur one from Screwfix tbh (if it's still available)...
Only 14v. I tool mine back
It's plenty powerful enough, I have an assortment of 18V and 14.4V drills (far too many, had to sneak the Erbauer past the missus, heh), for the use these things are intended for there's nothing to choose between them, it's just marketing oblox at the end of the day.
1 Like #18
mymymy
Ive reserved this but due to the cold votes I assume its no good?

£64.99 now
1 Like #19
Got this today. Good all rounder for around the home. 2 batteries and the masonry drilling was ok for a cordless drill. Got a £5 voucher with it too so takes it down to £59.99.
#20
Thanks for the heads up, ive adjusted the price.
#21
Still shows as 79.99 for me..
#22
Well it was 6 weeks ago.

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