MultiFunction tool. cordless Li-Ion £29.99 @ Aldi
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MultiFunction tool. cordless Li-Ion £29.99 @ Aldi

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Found 19th Jun 2015
MultiFunction Tool, cordless 12v Li-Ion Battery. Comes with battery pack, charger, plus 25 piece accessories.
3 year warranty.
The Aldi own brand WorkZone box is printed with £39.99, however in stores now at £29.99 and this includes the 25 tool accessories, available in stores at £9.99 on their own.
Aldi quality and value with 60 day money back guarantee and 3 Yr product guarantee its a no brainer.

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Anyone who does any DIY at home should have one of these, whatever make and irrespective whether it's corded or cordless.

Im always put off by the single battery.

Original Poster

Batterys are much improved these days, this one is a Li-Ion which avoids the memory problems causing poor recharge associated with the older style Ni-Cad batterys. Bearing in mind the tools are selling at £9.99 it's only £20 for the actual tool, and with 3 year warranty, if it lasts longer it's a bonus..if it doesn't its still a bargain.

Sadly, have two of these, great tool for awkward little jobs. people complain that they don't run for long enough, they aren't designed to, they are for small jobs. Brilliant at what they do. As with all tools let THEM do the job, don't press too hard, you just use up power.

Original Poster

I've bought mine already, was fine for the small job I needed it for. if anyone's concerned about getting just one battery, at this price you could always buy two, that way you get 2 batteries, a spare tool and double the accessories! all for under £60 !

magicianfx

I've bought mine already, was fine for the small job I needed it for. if … I've bought mine already, was fine for the small job I needed it for. if anyone's concerned about getting just one battery, at this price you could always buy two, that way you get 2 batteries, a spare tool and double the accessories! all for under £60 !


If your willing to pay around £60, why not just buy a better branded 240v one that will last for years and never lose power when doing a job ?? Worx stuff is quite cheap and the quality is excellent. Ive got quite a few of their power tools and on a price to quality comparison would choose it over Makita even ! (mainly because of price)

Original Poster

You do not need to spend £60 !!! they are priced at £29.99 lol....I have many Aldi branded tools with no issues regarding quality, all have 3 Yr warranty, however each to their own, I figured the idea was to alert users to hotbuys and for them to decide if it was of use to them. Have a great day.

magicianfx

Batterys are much improved these days, this one is a Li-Ion which avoids … Batterys are much improved these days, this one is a Li-Ion which avoids the memory problems causing poor recharge associated with the older style Ni-Cad batterys. Bearing in mind the tools are selling at £9.99 it's only £20 for the actual tool, and with 3 year warranty, if it lasts longer it's a bonus..if it doesn't its still a bargain.


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