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Ferrex Cordless Mini Circular Saw (Worx rebranded) £59.99 at Aldi

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Just picked up one of these at my local Aldi. Ok price.
It's actually a rebranded Worx mini circular saw but without the laser guide and half the price.
Possibly more importantly, the batteries are interchangable with popular Worx and the older Erbauer power tool batteries from Screwfix for £22.99 (Screwfix code 8352G), see photo below. Possibly also Argos Guild as well I've heard. Good buy if you've already invested in any Worx or Guild power tools as you can share batteries.
All batteries in photo below fit all the tools below and work just fine.

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RoosterNo118/08/2019 13:51

They are intended for cutting lightweight stuff like laminate flooring and …They are intended for cutting lightweight stuff like laminate flooring and kitchen cabinets (which are made of weetabix these days) This won't replace your circular saw.



Pre- or post- milk weetabix? Because post milk, dried out, weetabix is the strongest substance known to man.
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I have the worx version of this and it is a fantastic bit of kit. Really clean cuts.
Gordon_Bennett18/08/2019 10:21

I have the worx version of this and it is a fantastic bit of kit. Really …I have the worx version of this and it is a fantastic bit of kit. Really clean cuts.


Might have something to do with a new blade, but the tool does seem like a decent investment
Are the other aldi ferrex tools rebranded worx like the drills
Hiyayou18/08/2019 11:10

Might have something to do with a new blade, but the tool does seem like a …Might have something to do with a new blade, but the tool does seem like a decent investment


Sorry, you are right. The stock wood blade that came with it is great. I have 4 X 2ah batteries, and they last so long.
Gordon_Bennett18/08/2019 11:19

Sorry, you are right. The stock wood blade that came with it is great. I …Sorry, you are right. The stock wood blade that came with it is great. I have 4 X 2ah batteries, and they last so long.


I have a cordless circular but as it wasn't used regularly the battery is useless. This seems like a worthy substitute. Its all good
chris_clark18/08/2019 11:11

Are the other aldi ferrex tools rebranded worx like the drills


Not all of them have been. Obviously only the 18v ones would have any hope of being though. I recently got a clearout ferrex impact driver and a multitool for a stupid £17.98 for the pair but with no battery or charger. They are 18v but are a different fit that uses the Activ Energy type batteries Aldi have been selling. You can always buy, carefully open (so you can return) and see if battery fits, if not then return unused.
I've got a feeling the Nail gun they've got for 89.99 might be using the same battery fit but I'm not sure without buying and I can't warrant buying something I don't need. Battery looks the same. Worx have never made a nail gun as far as I'm aware.
Would be good if there was a forum or something devoted to just people confirming what batteries and tools are cross compatible with a definitive list at the top that gets updated.
Baz7618/08/2019 11:32

Not all of them have been. Obviously only the 18v ones would have any hope …Not all of them have been. Obviously only the 18v ones would have any hope of being though. I recently got a clearout ferrex impact driver and a multitool for a stupid £17.98 for the pair but with no battery or charger. They are 18v but are a different fit that uses the Activ Energy type batteries Aldi have been selling. You can always buy, carefully open (so you can return) and see if battery fits, if not then return unused.I've got a feeling the Nail gun they've got for 89.99 might be using the same battery fit but I'm not sure without buying and I can't warrant buying something I don't need. Battery looks the same. Worx have never made a nail gun as far as I'm aware.Would be good if there was a forum or something devoted to just people confirming what batteries and tools are cross compatible with a definitive list at the top that gets updated.


That would be helpful lol. I haven't got any at the moment but trying to pick a brand which has easy cheap alternative batteries if needed.
These look great but I've heard the blade is really thin so it bends very easy... I dunno if it's just people not using it properly or are these saw blades solid and true?
fishleg00318/08/2019 12:44

These look great but I've heard the blade is really thin so it bends very …These look great but I've heard the blade is really thin so it bends very easy... I dunno if it's just people not using it properly or are these saw blades solid and true?


They are intended for cutting lightweight stuff like laminate flooring and kitchen cabinets (which are made of weetabix these days)
This won't replace your circular saw.
Can confirm that my Guild batteries work with the Worx tools I have here,
Guild driver here - tho mine has a less funky colour combo (thank god)
- why some power tools have to look like cartoon transformers or power rangers is beyond me
Edited by: "Roderz" 18th Aug
RoosterNo118/08/2019 13:51

They are intended for cutting lightweight stuff like laminate flooring and …They are intended for cutting lightweight stuff like laminate flooring and kitchen cabinets (which are made of weetabix these days) This won't replace your circular saw.



Pre- or post- milk weetabix? Because post milk, dried out, weetabix is the strongest substance known to man.
Nealio18/08/2019 16:26

Pre- or post- milk weetabix? Because post milk, dried out, weetabix is the …Pre- or post- milk weetabix? Because post milk, dried out, weetabix is the strongest substance known to man.


Amen to that - our dishwasher wont touch it ;-)
Recent WORX, Guild, Erbauer* and JCB* 18/20v are all interchangeable (made by Positec). Some Aldi 18v stuff used to be almost interchangeable (with very minor modification). Good to know that this kit and maybe others are now fully interchangeable.

However, as Erbauer and JCB have moved on to a different fitting and Argos no longer sell batteries for Guild** on their own I think it will be the case that once Screwfix sell out of the old Erbauer ones replacements will have to come from WORX and are comparatively expensive. That said, these Li-ion batteries hold charge well and have a long life so I don't think that's going to be a big problem for a DIY user.

*Up to very latest models which have moved to a new and completely different platform.
** Guild is an Argos own brand, was also Homebase under previous common ownership.
Worx, guild and erbauer were compatible with the old Aldi workzone... I though the new ferrex were completely different?

I'm wondering if ferrex is compatible as in the op, does this mean the old workzone batteries will also work?
jimmyt1118/08/2019 20:28

Worx, guild and erbauer were compatible with the old Aldi workzone... I …Worx, guild and erbauer were compatible with the old Aldi workzone... I though the new ferrex were completely different?I'm wondering if ferrex is compatible as in the op, does this mean the old workzone batteries will also work?


I know someone with an 18v workzone cordless hammer drill that's exactly the same in every detail as the Worx wx390 that I have, only his is blue and yellow and has WorkZone on it rather than orange and black. Not tried swapping batteries but based on that they should be the same.
But ultimately you can never tell with Aldi. I think they just go with whoever offers to make it for the lowest price and then it's up to us to figure out what'll work with what afterwards!
Baz7618/08/2019 11:32

Not all of them have been. Obviously only the 18v ones would have any hope …Not all of them have been. Obviously only the 18v ones would have any hope of being though. I recently got a clearout ferrex impact driver and a multitool for a stupid £17.98 for the pair but with no battery or charger. They are 18v but are a different fit that uses the Activ Energy type batteries Aldi have been selling. You can always buy, carefully open (so you can return) and see if battery fits, if not then return unused.I've got a feeling the Nail gun they've got for 89.99 might be using the same battery fit but I'm not sure without buying and I can't warrant buying something I don't need. Battery looks the same. Worx have never made a nail gun as far as I'm aware.Would be good if there was a forum or something devoted to just people confirming what batteries and tools are cross compatible with a definitive list at the top that gets updated.


Just bought a multi tool for a friend with a 5ah battery. Never thought to try my worx batteries. If they work il buy another multi tool and rattler for this price, maybe even the nail gun too
Edited by: "villians1984" 18th Aug
Besford18/08/2019 17:40

Recent WORX, Guild, Erbauer* and JCB* 18/20v are all interchangeable (made …Recent WORX, Guild, Erbauer* and JCB* 18/20v are all interchangeable (made by Positec). Some Aldi 18v stuff used to be almost interchangeable (with very minor modification). Good to know that this kit and maybe others are now fully interchangeable.However, as Erbauer and JCB have moved on to a different fitting and Argos no longer sell batteries for Guild** on their own I think it will be the case that once Screwfix sell out of the old Erbauer ones replacements will have to come from WORX and are comparatively expensive. That said, these Li-ion batteries hold charge well and have a long life so I don't think that's going to be a big problem for a DIY user.*Up to very latest models which have moved to a new and completely different platform. ** Guild is an Argos own brand, was also Homebase under previous common ownership.


Really helpful post thanks

Just tried my ferrex batteries from the 18v fan in my worx charger - don’t fit. The worx batteries also won’t go into the fan.

Any help would be appreciated in this modification you refer to.
X3R3S19/08/2019 08:07

Really helpful post thanksJust tried my ferrex batteries from the 18v fan …Really helpful post thanksJust tried my ferrex batteries from the 18v fan in my worx charger - don’t fit. The worx batteries also won’t go into the fan. Any help would be appreciated in this modification you refer to.


I heard from a friend that it was a small bit of plastic or something slightly different that made them a bugger to fit and that just removing or altering that bit of plastic fixed it but dont hold me to that!!

If its this fan: aldi.co.uk/18v…400
Then looking at those batteries they look the same as the worx ones except for a extra piece of plastic sticking out.

Will the batteries slide on partially then stop? or do they not even want to slide on at all?
X3R3S19/08/2019 08:07

Really helpful post thanksJust tried my ferrex batteries from the 18v fan …Really helpful post thanksJust tried my ferrex batteries from the 18v fan in my worx charger - don’t fit. The worx batteries also won’t go into the fan. Any help would be appreciated in this modification you refer to.


Haven't tried it myself but it was earlier Aldi tools, not Ferrex. Another poster explained how a small lug had to be removed from the battery (or the tool?) to allow it to fit WORX stuff. Presumably it was added by Positec to stop interchangeability. My recollection is that the Aldi battery would fit WORX but not WORX battery in the Aldi (maybe the other way around). Anyway, not an ideal modification.

It looks like Aldi have created a nightmare of complexity and incompatibility even within their own ranges. I see lots of customer unhappiness arising!

Having said that, I've ordered this saw and if it all works with my WORX/Erbauer/Guild stuff it'll make a great addition to my toolkit. I have a WORX mains version, which is excellent, and going cordless would be so much more convenient.
Just out of curiosity, I just browsed the Aldi website and there are quite a few power tools available that look a sure bet that work with the Worx/Guild/Erbaurer/Bauker type batteries including drills, circular saw, planer, power jet washer, impact driver and nail gun. As long as its 18v and does NOT say anything about Activ Energy then I think it should be ok.
aldi.co.uk/18v…000
aldi.co.uk/wor…000
aldi.co.uk/wor…300
aldi.co.uk/-li…800
aldi.co.uk/fer…400
aldi.co.uk/cor…700


Also, another name to add to the list. It looks like the Bauker range of power tools on Toolstation are also using this type of battery including a Strimmer, Hedge Trimmer, Impact Driver and various Drills. Not tried any of them but heard good things
toolstation.com/bau…991
toolstation.com/bra…ess
toolstation.com/lan…ker
Baz7619/08/2019 08:53

I heard from a friend that it was a small bit of plastic or something …I heard from a friend that it was a small bit of plastic or something slightly different that made them a bugger to fit and that just removing or altering that bit of plastic fixed it but dont hold me to that!!If its this fan: https://www.aldi.co.uk/18v-li-ion-cordless-fan/p/014031276173400Then looking at those batteries they look the same as the worx ones except for a extra piece of plastic sticking out.Will the batteries slide on partially then stop? or do they not even want to slide on at all?


Tried my worx battery on the ferrex cordless angle grinder. It slides on most of the way, but it seems a small pin/lug on the battery in the middle, stops it from going all the way in.
Besford19/08/2019 09:06

Haven't tried it myself but it was earlier Aldi tools, not Ferrex. …Haven't tried it myself but it was earlier Aldi tools, not Ferrex. Another poster explained how a small lug had to be removed from the battery (or the tool?) to allow it to fit WORX stuff. Presumably it was added by Positec to stop interchangeability. My recollection is that the Aldi battery would fit WORX but not WORX battery in the Aldi (maybe the other way around). Anyway, not an ideal modification.It looks like Aldi have created a nightmare of complexity and incompatibility even within their own ranges. I see lots of customer unhappiness arising!Having said that, I've ordered this saw and if it all works with my WORX/Erbauer/Guild stuff it'll make a great addition to my toolkit. I have a WORX mains version, which is excellent, and going cordless would be so much more convenient.


Baz76 wrote:
I heard from a friend that it was a small bit of plastic or something slightly different that made them a bugger to fit and that just removing or altering that bit of plastic fixed it but dont hold me to that!! If its this fan: aldi.co.uk/18v…400 Then looking at those batteries they look the same as the worx ones except for a extra piece of plastic sticking out. Will the batteries slide on partially then stop? or do they not even want to slide on at all?

Tried my worx battery on the ferrex cordless angle grinder. It slides on most of the way, but it seems a small pin/lug on the battery in the middle, stops it from going all the way in.
villians198419/08/2019 19:37

Baz76 wrote: I heard from a friend that it was a small bit of plastic or …Baz76 wrote: I heard from a friend that it was a small bit of plastic or something slightly different that made them a bugger to fit and that just removing or altering that bit of plastic fixed it but dont hold me to that!! If its this fan: aldi.co.uk/18v-li-ion-cordless-fan/p/014031276173400 Then looking at those batteries they look the same as the worx ones except for a extra piece of plastic sticking out. Will the batteries slide on partially then stop? or do they not even want to slide on at all?Tried my worx battery on the ferrex cordless angle grinder. It slides on most of the way, but it seems a small pin/lug on the battery in the middle, stops it from going all the way in.


It looks like the ferrex angle grinder uses Activ Energy batteries. They aren't compatible with Worx etc. They have 5 connectors on the batteries rather than 4 on the worx ones.

I should note that the worx/erauber/guild/bauker and newer ferrex batteries are slightly stiff at going on different make tools and visa versa but a little more of a push or a little tap on the back and it slides on just fine.
Baz7619/08/2019 20:07

It looks like the ferrex angle grinder uses Activ Energy batteries. They …It looks like the ferrex angle grinder uses Activ Energy batteries. They aren't compatible with Worx etc. They have 5 connectors on the batteries rather than 4 on the worx ones. I should note that the worx/erauber/guild/bauker and newer ferrex batteries are slightly stiff at going on different make tools and visa versa but a little more of a push or a little tap on the back and it slides on just fine.


Yes the ferrex Angle grinder only has 4 pin prongs and my worx/erbauer batteries have the 5. I’m going to test my work zone planer with my worx batteries next.

Do you think the ferrex pin gun would use the worx batteries? I’m interested in getting one as I have over 15 worx/erbauer batteries
villians198419/08/2019 23:59

Yes the ferrex Angle grinder only has 4 pin prongs and my worx/erbauer …Yes the ferrex Angle grinder only has 4 pin prongs and my worx/erbauer batteries have the 5. I’m going to test my work zone planer with my worx batteries next. Do you think the ferrex pin gun would use the worx batteries? I’m interested in getting one as I have over 15 worx/erbauer batteries


If you mean the Nail Gun they currently have for £89.99 then yes, that definitely uses Worx type batteries. You can see the charger and battery in the pictures on the Aldi website and its exactly the same as the charger and battery that came with the Mini Circular saw I bought. You can see in photo at top of this post the showing the batteries fitting different make tools.
Baz7620/08/2019 08:08

If you mean the Nail Gun they currently have for £89.99 then yes, that …If you mean the Nail Gun they currently have for £89.99 then yes, that definitely uses Worx type batteries. You can see the charger and battery in the pictures on the Aldi website and its exactly the same as the charger and battery that came with the Mini Circular saw I bought. You can see in photo at top of this post the showing the batteries fitting different make tools.


Thanks for your help mate, I’m going out to go purchase one later, the nail guns are cheaper on eBay also if anyone is interested
Has any one tried the 20v batteries aldi are selling for there other tools in it ? Would be interesting to know if they fit and work ok
Besford18/08/2019 17:40

Recent WORX, Guild, Erbauer* and JCB* 18/20v are all interchangeable (made …Recent WORX, Guild, Erbauer* and JCB* 18/20v are all interchangeable (made by Positec). Some Aldi 18v stuff used to be almost interchangeable (with very minor modification). Good to know that this kit and maybe others are now fully interchangeable.However, as Erbauer and JCB have moved on to a different fitting and Argos no longer sell batteries for Guild** on their own I think it will be the case that once Screwfix sell out of the old Erbauer ones replacements will have to come from WORX and are comparatively expensive. That said, these Li-ion batteries hold charge well and have a long life so I don't think that's going to be a big problem for a DIY user.*Up to very latest models which have moved to a new and completely different platform. ** Guild is an Argos own brand, was also Homebase under previous common ownership.


IMPORTANT UPDATE:
I just received my saw today and can confirm that, contrary to the OP's information and others', it is NOTfully compatible with WORX/Guild/Erbauer stuff, unfortunately .

Clearly based on the same platform (it's even marked Positec on the Ferrex battery and tool labels) but they play games with small plastic lugs/slots moulded into the batteries and the tools*. Yes, you could make them fit with minor modifications to either the batteries or the tool but I'm not inclined to do that to all the WORX/Guild/Erbauer batteries I own. Additionally, the WORX/Guild/Erbauer tools have three metal pins whereas the Ferrex saw has only two: I'm left wondering whether they really are fully compatible after modification or whether there's a good reason they've made them otherwise (eg a sensor or something on the third pin?). What does the third pin do and why doesn't the Aldi tool have it?

Further, this was going to replace my WORX corded mini saw (excellent tool) but it seems so much less powerful that it reinforces my decision: it's going back. Shame.

Presumably the OP was posting in good faith but facts really do need to be accurate and this has caused a lot of inconvenience.

*The Ferrex battery will fit any of the WORX/Guild/Erbauer tools. The WORX/Guild/Erbauer batteries will NOT fit the Ferrex saw or charger without modification to the batteries or the saw or charger. The Erbauer battery fitted onto the saw in the OP's photo will not work without modification or forcing the fit.
Besford22/08/2019 18:53

IMPORTANT UPDATE:I just received my saw today and can confirm that, …IMPORTANT UPDATE:I just received my saw today and can confirm that, contrary to the OP's information and others', it is NOT fully compatible with WORX/Guild/Erbauer stuff, unfortunately .Clearly based on the same platform (it's even marked Positec on the Ferrex battery and tool labels) but they play games with small plastic lugs/slots moulded into the batteries and the tools*. Yes, you could make them fit with minor modifications to either the batteries or the tool but I'm not inclined to do that to all the WORX/Guild/Erbauer batteries I own. Additionally, the WORX/Guild/Erbauer tools have three metal pins whereas the Ferrex saw has only two: I'm left wondering whether they really are fully compatible after modification or whether there's a good reason they've made them otherwise (eg a sensor or something on the third pin?). What does the third pin do and why doesn't the Aldi tool have it? Further, this was going to replace my WORX corded mini saw (excellent tool) but it seems so much less powerful that it reinforces my decision: it's going back. Shame. Presumably the OP was posting in good faith but facts really do need to be accurate and this has caused a lot of inconvenience.*The Ferrex battery will fit any of the WORX/Guild/Erbauer tools. The WORX/Guild/Erbauer batteries will NOT fit the Ferrex saw or charger without modification to the batteries or the saw or charger. The Erbauer battery fitted onto the saw in the OP's photo will not work without modification or forcing the fit.


Thanks for the heads up Besford. Was just about to buy one but will wait until the genuine Worx one is on offer now.
Edited by: "andyglider" 4th Sep
Got it. Works great. Often using it to cut walls when fitting New cables
Fitted perfectly fine on mine with no mods as in the photo. How could I be more accurate than showing a photo of the different batteries fitting the different tools and checking that they all fitted and work with each other. All the batteries have the same number of pins and slide on exactly the same. They are compatible like I originally said.
I will check the batteries again and post an update on what fits what.
Edited by: "Baz76" 7th Sep
Yep. Just checked and I can confirm that every battery in the photos below are compatible with every tool and the batteries slide on fine and have not been modified in anyway.
The erauber battery is ever so slightly tight at sliding into the ferrex angle grinder but slots on and the tool works fine. You don't have to force it.
The ferrex battery is missing one of the pins that would possibly be to do with temperature of the battery but the only time it's possible going to over heat is when it's being charged and not in your hand so I would suggest only using the ferrex charger to charge the ferrex battery.

The only actual issue I've found (that would actually need you to modify a battery) is that the worx/erauber batteries won't fit on the ferrex charger at all. They just won't finish sliding on and is caused by a fourth strip of plastic on the battery not having anywhere to slide into on the charger.
So if you've only got a ferrex power tool and you want extra batteries you'll need at least one worx tool with a battery charger to be able to charge any extra non ferrex batteries such as Erbauer and obviously worx/guild etc. Ok, so it's a small hiccup but it's still good to know these there is a good amount of compatibility there.

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Positec Tool Corporation, a manufacturing company based in Suzhou, China. I must say I am somewhat surprised to learn that Worx , Erbauer etc are just Chinese tat rebadged with german sounding names to imply quality. You live and learn.
The Ferrex mini saw is just great! The price is almost 2 times lower than the Worx mini saw, which is exactly the same (weight, speed , diameters etc excluding the laser guide). Does anybody know if the 18v battery of the Ferrex mini saw will fit Ferrex 20v multi tool? Also if the Duro Pro 18v saw (also from Aldi) will fit with Ferrex 18v battery?
Here: Duro Pro saw
Space_Magnetic10/09/2019 11:10

The Ferrex mini saw is just great! The price is almost 2 times lower than …The Ferrex mini saw is just great! The price is almost 2 times lower than the Worx mini saw, which is exactly the same (weight, speed , diameters etc excluding the laser guide). Does anybody know if the 18v battery of the Ferrex mini saw will fit Ferrex 20v multi tool? Also if the Duro Pro 18v saw (also from Aldi) will fit with Ferrex 18v battery?Here: Duro Pro saw



Space_Magnetic10/09/2019 11:10

The Ferrex mini saw is just great! The price is almost 2 times lower than …The Ferrex mini saw is just great! The price is almost 2 times lower than the Worx mini saw, which is exactly the same (weight, speed , diameters etc excluding the laser guide). Does anybody know if the 18v battery of the Ferrex mini saw will fit Ferrex 20v multi tool? Also if the Duro Pro 18v saw (also from Aldi) will fit with Ferrex 18v battery?Here: Duro Pro saw



I've actually got the Aldi 20v multi tool as well. Unfortunately, the multi tool and the mini saw are not compatible.
No idea about the Duo Pro saw though. It looks like it might fit either the Worx or Aldi activ battery's.
Space_Magnetic10/09/2019 11:10

The Ferrex mini saw is just great! The price is almost 2 times lower than …The Ferrex mini saw is just great! The price is almost 2 times lower than the Worx mini saw, which is exactly the same (weight, speed , diameters etc excluding the laser guide). Does anybody know if the 18v battery of the Ferrex mini saw will fit Ferrex 20v multi tool? Also if the Duro Pro 18v saw (also from Aldi) will fit with Ferrex 18v battery?Here: Duro Pro saw

Baz7607/09/2019 16:57

Yep. Just checked and I can confirm that every battery in the photos below …Yep. Just checked and I can confirm that every battery in the photos below are compatible with every tool and the batteries slide on fine and have not been modified in anyway.The erauber battery is ever so slightly tight at sliding into the ferrex angle grinder but slots on and the tool works fine. You don't have to force it.The ferrex battery is missing one of the pins that would possibly be to do with temperature of the battery but the only time it's possible going to over heat is when it's being charged and not in your hand so I would suggest only using the ferrex charger to charge the ferrex battery.The only actual issue I've found (that would actually need you to modify a battery) is that the worx/erauber batteries won't fit on the ferrex charger at all. They just won't finish sliding on and is caused by a fourth strip of plastic on the battery not having anywhere to slide into on the charger.So if you've only got a ferrex power tool and you want extra batteries you'll need at least one worx tool with a battery charger to be able to charge any extra non ferrex batteries such as Erbauer and obviously worx/guild etc. Ok, so it's a small hiccup but it's still good to know these there is a good amount of compatibility there.[Image] [Image]


I really don't understand how you've managed this: the battery mount on the Ferrex saw (and charger) has a plastic moulding to stop you using other Positec batteries on it. If you remove that they will fit but not as supplied.

Anyway, after weeks of trying I finally got an answer out of Positec by phoning them and being insistent. In summary:

-The cells in the Ferrex batteries are of a lower quality than WORX branded ones.
-The additional pin in use on the WORX stuff relates to 'intelligent charging', which is absent on the Ferrex stuff (not sure what the implications of this are). Yes, you can use the Ferrex battery on WORX stuff but you should only charge it on the Ferrex charger.

Yes, it's a good price but given the above I returned mine today. If I see it reduced, or better still the WORX one, I may buy again. The mains equivalent is a very good tool; new blades are a stupid price though. I bought another mains saw for £35 on an Argos deal recently as it was cheaper than blades alone!
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