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20V Rechargeable Battery £15 @ Aldi
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20V Rechargeable Battery £15 @ Aldi

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Posted 28th Apr 2019

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thought good price for a battery.
'wonder if these will also fit the WORX leaf blower'
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What does it charge?
I see it.
Edited by: "mymymy" 28th Apr 2019
Already discussed in another thread here:

hotukdeals.com/dea…267

Worx is definitely different. Personally I reckon if these batteries are compatible with anything else, it's DeWalt, and anything else that's compatible with DeWalt.
Bad show. They are not compatible with the hedgetrimmers sold last year.
They are definitely a dewalt shape connector, slightly larger so you could probably dremel it down so it fits but the pin out is likely different
Been and had a look today the connector is a larger shape overall and the pin layout is different with the +/- being switched and thermal detection in a new position
Does not fit the worx PowerShare tools
techsniper3rd May

Been and had a look today the connector is a larger shape overall and the …Been and had a look today the connector is a larger shape overall and the pin layout is different with the +/- being switched and thermal detection in a new position



So basically these aren't cross compatible with anything then.

Big fat nope at their whole range from me then.
They are compatible with their own range that’s it, just like every other tool system from store brand to named brand.

The fact that some of the old workzone ones fitted other brands is they were all bottom of the ranking tools when it comes to quality. Workzone had about 4 different voltages and even in the 18v/20v had a couple of different battery fitments

There isn’t a universal battery
We're thinking of investing in the Impact driver and Grinder but not sure how good the quality is. Can anyone comment on this?
techsniper5th May

They are compatible with their own range that’s it, just like every other t …They are compatible with their own range that’s it, just like every other tool system from store brand to named brand. The fact that some of the old workzone ones fitted other brands is they were all bottom of the ranking tools when it comes to quality. Workzone had about 4 different voltages and even in the 18v/20v had a couple of different battery fitments There isn’t a universal battery



Well there is the Worx 'brand' being compatible with Guild, Titan and Erbauer (and possibly others?) which gives you a very wide range of options for both tools and batteries and special offers if you buy into that system. I reckon that's probably the best bet for the average DIYer.
Edited by: "Nealio" 6th May 2019
Guild, Titan are disposable tools like the old workzone cheap for a reason.

Erbauer has just changed battery format completely so the new and old are no longer compatible.

Lidl probably has the best cheap system as their 20v seems to have been the same for a good while

But nothing in guaranteed to stay available with cheap tools, hell even main brands have changed battery types.

These are all cheap tools getting 3 year out of them is good and where the value is, more than that should be considered a bonus, store own brand names are never something you should expect longevity from.
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