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Einhell Power X-Change 18V Li-Ion Twin Battery & Charger Kit 2 x 3.0Ah - £49.99 at Toolstation
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Einhell Power X-Change 18V Li-Ion Twin Battery & Charger Kit 2 x 3.0Ah - £49.99 at Toolstation

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Posted 1st Jan

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Toolstation is descriptive as always, but seems like a pretty good deal especially if you picked up some cheap tools in some clearances over the months.

There was this also but no link to explain, if someone find some bundle deals it would be pretty good (ie electric lawn mower etc)

"Save £100 when purchased with any Einhell body onlt 36v tool"
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Whenever I see a tool or battery in a shop (*ahem* Lidl *hem* Aldi) or a friends, I'm drawn to examining the terminals. They can look so similar but be electrically incompatible.

I've bought into this Power X-Change system and as you probably know it supports Ozito and Einhell. This price is tempting but are there any other tools it will fit?
any good for WORX?? Same fitting?
Thanks
Edited by: "bobo53" 1st Jan
bobo5301/01/2020 10:41

any good for WORX?? Same fitting?Thanks



jonagon01/01/2020 10:39

Whenever I see a tool or battery in a shop (*ahem* Lidl *hem* Aldi) or a …Whenever I see a tool or battery in a shop (*ahem* Lidl *hem* Aldi) or a friends, I'm drawn to examining the terminals. They can look so similar but be electrically incompatible.I've bought into this Power X-Change system and as you probably know it supports Ozito and Einhell. This price is tempting but are there any other tools it will fit?


Nah it doesn't work with old lidl or aldi have those also.

Not tried aldi 20/40v system but I heard the tools are not as good quality?

I don't think it works with worx (but don't have tool to confirm, I have too many brands already to start on worx). However, you can just bring your tool to toolstation and let us know?
Actually, don't do that, I don't want to buy anymore tools...
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 1st Jan
Doesn't fit Worx, Lidl 18V, nor Guild. Good cells, had mine 3 years and only rarely use. There is an indicator light on the pack which is useful to remind me to keep them at 2/3 charge for storage.
I have a dewalt combi and ozito /einhell impact driver and driver.
What I can say about ozito is very small and easy assembly kitchen units.
Ozito impact driver 150nm is strong enough to drive screws into ceilings joints and build up partition walls
Great price but limited fitment, there is someone on t'ebay that sells adater plates for various models, dunt know if these are one of them..
Search for Einhell convertor, or Einhell adaptor
Edited by: "stealth666" 1st Jan
No good for worx,4 pin vs 5pin slot
Fits Ozito definitely, i have this set up
Einhell brushless drill is good. Angle grinder (£40) is useless. I bought 3 of theses batteries for £25 each last year. If I had my time again I'd buy Ryobi for budget brand. I need impact drill but not sure if einhell is worth spending any more money on, even though I have 3 batteries. I do wonder if the 3Ah battery is too weak for gringer? That maybe the problem. Battery fits ozito though.
Edited by: "wayners" 1st Jan
Bit more expensive but...I bought a worx drill with 2 X 20v 2ah batteries and the fast charger for £79 from Toolstation. Only bought it for the batteries and charger!
wayners01/01/2020 14:25

Einhell brushless drill is good. Angle grinder (£40) is useless. I bought …Einhell brushless drill is good. Angle grinder (£40) is useless. I bought 3 of theses batteries for £25 each last year. If I had my time again I'd buy Ryobi for budget brand. I need impact drill but not sure if einhell is worth spending any more money on, even though I have 3 batteries. I do wonder if the 3Ah battery is too weak for gringer? That maybe the problem. Battery fits ozito though.



How is it useless? I have a £15 Guild cordless grinder and it is very very handy. It eats batteries but with 3 there is nary a problem. Mostly it is the high current draw causing the batteries to safely cut out before overheating.

I'm biased because I have 3 batteries. Why aren't you?
bobo5301/01/2020 10:41

any good for WORX?? Same fitting?Thanks


No. I think the only other brand this is compatible with is Ozito at Homebase.
jonagon01/01/2020 22:23

How is it useless? I have a £15 Guild cordless grinder and it is very very …How is it useless? I have a £15 Guild cordless grinder and it is very very handy. It eats batteries but with 3 there is nary a problem. Mostly it is the high current draw causing the batteries to safely cut out before overheating.I'm biased because I have 3 batteries. Why aren't you?


Just to chime in, the Lidl one is also not great. I'm pretty sure my dremel has more torque and less thermal cut out than lidl's one.
(I've got 4+ batteries of Lidl).
wayners01/01/2020 14:25

Einhell brushless drill is good. Angle grinder (£40) is useless. I bought …Einhell brushless drill is good. Angle grinder (£40) is useless. I bought 3 of theses batteries for £25 each last year. If I had my time again I'd buy Ryobi for budget brand. I need impact drill but not sure if einhell is worth spending any more money on, even though I have 3 batteries. I do wonder if the 3Ah battery is too weak for gringer? That maybe the problem. Battery fits ozito though.


I have einhell brushless version of grinder, very good with 3ah battery, but to weak with 2ah.
For years I was using makita cordless grinders, but einhell brushless it not bad at all.
Now I own 9 different Einhell tools plus 6 batterys and happy with the set.
Edited by: "sla" 22nd Jan
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