Cheap cordless strimmer with Worx charger and 20v battery (which sell for more than strimmer) - £42.49 @ Wickes (Free C&C)
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Cheap cordless strimmer with Worx charger and 20v battery (which sell for more than strimmer) - £42.49 @ Wickes (Free C&C)

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Found 17th Apr
If you use Worx cordless tools and just need battery and charger, no brainier. Order in next 3 hours while 15% discount applies

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I have this and love it but I recommend charging it after use as doesn't last as long as I'd hope so can never get two full uses out of it

Banned

If anyone has one, how long realistically do you get out of a charge?

Why some people call trimmer a strimmer? Seen too many times.

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jackie_chan

Why some people call trimmer a strimmer? Seen too many times.



'Strimmer' is just a shortened version of ‘grass trimmer'. Really had never thought about it until you mentioned it.

jackie_chan

Why some people call trimmer a strimmer? Seen too many times.



Strimmer is a Black and Decker brand name made up of string and trimmer, like the name Hoover become popular for referring to any vacuum cleaner so has strimmer for grass trimmers.

Aldi currently have a much better one for £39.99

Johnmcl7

Strimmer is a Black and Decker brand name made up of string and trimmer, … Strimmer is a Black and Decker brand name made up of string and trimmer, like the name Hoover become popular for referring to any vacuum cleaner so has strimmer for grass trimmers.



Thanks. Clear now

mel1408

Aldi currently have a much better one for £39.99



Whats better about it? Lower battery power and the recent feedback on the HUKD offer isn't very good. Worx on the other hand have good rep altogether and 3yo warranty on this


Edited by: "kiish" 18th Apr

I bought this last year for £39.99 from Wickes and it is very good. Can't really say how long the battery lasts as I blitz around with it for no more than five minutes at a time.
Only thing worth mentioning is if you are tall (I'm 6ft 1") then it's a little short plus there is a noticeable flex (mostly with the flimsy plastic hand grip on the shaft) when swinging the head to strim.
Should be nice and solid in my opinion but good value none the less.
Edited by: "Bad.Actor" 18th Apr

kiish

Whats better about it? Lower battery power and the recent feedback on the … Whats better about it? Lower battery power and the recent feedback on the HUKD offer isn't very good. Worx on the other hand have good rep altogether and 3yo warranty on this



The Aldi one is 2.0Ah whereas the Worx one is only 1.5 so should get more power and longer times between charges.
Don't get suckered by the 18v and 20v.
Haven't read the recent feedback you refer to.




Edited by: "Bad.Actor" 18th Apr

£49.99 now
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