Aldi cordless drill - £39.99 instore @ ALDI
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Aldi cordless drill - £39.99 instore @ ALDI

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LocalFound 31st Mar
Aldi WorkZone 20v Li-ion cordless hammer drill reduced by a tenner down to £39.99. I found this one at the Horwich store. I'm not sure if it's a national offer. Comes with 2 batteries and some generic drill/screwdriver bits.
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For the price, we think this Aldi Workzone drill really punches above its weight. It's not the sturdiest or easiest drill to use, but many rivals tend to be considerably more expensive. As for performance, this drill handled the tasks we needed to complete with ease. We were pleasantly surprised with its good solid drilling and consistent screwing performance. If you're looking for an effective and powerful drill for the occasional bit of home maintenance and DIY the 20V Workzone cordless hammer drill is definitely worth a look.
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3year warranty and Samsung batteries I’m going look for one later , good find
Samsung batteries.... 💥 Of a deal!!!!
Edited by: "lovenuts" 31st Mar
It is a great drill but the chuck isn't great. If the torque setting cuts in a few times the screw driver bits come lose. The batteries do last well. I drilled about 120 x 4mm holes in plastic, 120 x 4mm holes in 18mm chipboard, screwed in 120 x 30mm screws, and 120 x 40 mm screws all on 1 battery!
Overall it is a great drill for £40.
Plus with a slight modification the batteries fit Worx mowers and power tools. Well they fit my one. A single Worx battery is £40!!!
Got this yesterday and unimpressed. Case broke when I was opening it (gently). Whilst I realise you aren't using the case it's an indicator of build quality. Then tried the drill and it's ok,but the hammer selection wouldn't work on mine.
Returned and bought the 14.4v one and still not great. Chuck uneven and very little torque even for unscrewing a bolt on flatpack furniture.
Bought the Lidl one and much better, IMHO. Feel the difference in quality although only one battery. It is 2mAh though ,so will last longer and can buy spares.
honest_geezer31st Mar

Got this yesterday and unimpressed. Case broke when I was opening it …Got this yesterday and unimpressed. Case broke when I was opening it (gently). Whilst I realise you aren't using the case it's an indicator of build quality. Then tried the drill and it's ok,but the hammer selection wouldn't work on mine.Returned and bought the 14.4v one and still not great. Chuck uneven and very little torque even for unscrewing a bolt on flatpack furniture.Bought the Lidl one and much better, IMHO. Feel the difference in quality although only one battery. It is 2mAh though ,so will last longer and can buy spares.


Is the quality good enough for odd DIY jobs putting shelves up assembling furniture etc or would you advise investing a bit more?
adamwilko0071st Apr

Is the quality good enough for odd DIY jobs putting shelves up assembling …Is the quality good enough for odd DIY jobs putting shelves up assembling furniture etc or would you advise investing a bit more?


Sorry mate,just seen this. Maybe I was unlucky.
I do feel the Lidl version is superior and I generally prefer Aldi.
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