Workzone 18V Li-Ion Impact Driver - £49.99 @ Aldi (Free delivery)
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Workzone 18V Li-Ion Impact Driver - £49.99 @ Aldi (Free delivery)

£49.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 6th AugEdited by:"cymrustu"
Its not going to be as good as a big brand name and the batteries are only 1.5Ah, but for under £50 delivered and with a 3 year warranty it may be a great tool for some DIYers.

Product Information
  • Battery Type:

    2 x Rechargeable 1.5Ah Samsung batteries
  • Brand:

    Workzone
  • Product Type:

    Power Tools
  • Voltage:

    18V

Give yourself a helping hand on your next home improvement project with this Workzone 18V Li-Ion Impact Driver. Perfect for driving and loosening large screws in tough surfaces, including decking and subfloors, this makes light work of those pesky jobs.


Accessories Included
LED battery status indicator, 13 Piece accessory kit and Nylon bag.
Features
  • Variable speed with reverse
  • Rubber over mould grip
  • Compact design
  • LED light
  • No-load speed: 0-2200/min
  • Impact rate: 0-3000bpm
  • Max torque: 90N.m
  • Chuck size: 1/4 Hex
  • Automatic spindle lock
  • Variable speed with electric brake
  • Forward/reverse function
  • 10mm quick release chuck

Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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7 Comments
There may still be a few Lidl parkside impact drivers from the last promotion, these were £40 and came with a 3amp battery, also there are loads of spare batteries available at Lidl for £11.99. I don't understand why Aldi have these on sale, just a few months ago they released their new range of Ferrex cordless power tools which included an impact driver, all the Ferrex range have an 20/40v interchangeable battery. And are still available in the Aldi stores around me. So this is a bit of an odd ball.
Edited by: "Nicebob" 6th Aug
I need one of these, or equlivilent. As this is cold, does anyone elase have any recommendadtions. Very occasional use. Looking at around £30?
Chiptivo06/08/2019 12:04

I need one of these, or equlivilent. As this is cold, does anyone elase …I need one of these, or equlivilent. As this is cold, does anyone elase have any recommendadtions. Very occasional use. Looking at around £30?


See my first comment, have a try at Lidl or the Ferrex option, I have the Lidl parkside and it is very powerful with a very long battery life, my son in law has the Ferrex one and this is also very good. I think this is cold because it is £10 more than the others and does not have an interchangeable battery, the tool itself will probably be ok.
Nothing out there for £30 though.
Edited by: "Nicebob" 6th Aug
Chiptivo06/08/2019 12:04

I need one of these, or equlivilent. As this is cold, does anyone elase …I need one of these, or equlivilent. As this is cold, does anyone elase have any recommendadtions. Very occasional use. Looking at around £30?


£30? Be realistic. You're not going to get a new impact driver that cheap. You need to pay around nearer £50 for even decent occasional use for DIY.
Edited by: "Patr100" 6th Aug
Patr10006/08/2019 13:47

£30? Be realistic. You're not going to get a new impact driver that …£30? Be realistic. You're not going to get a new impact driver that cheap. You need to pay around nearer £50 for even decent occasional use for DIY.


Apologies... I didn't read it correctly.
Just a standard recharagble powered drill I'm after.
Torque of 90Nm isn't enough realistically. My mate had this one and just sits in the shed now. Replaces it with a 200Nm DeWalt and that pretty much drives everything, whereas the Aldi one struggles with most things
I was a bit worried I jumped the gun on this, as I have ordered one and then this deal went cold to freezing.
I wanted the Lidl parkside one, but couldn't find it in the stores I had looked in.

I guess for Aldi to justify the extra £10 on Lidl you are getting an extra battery and 13 accessories (I read some reviews that Parkhouse didnt come with any bits).

The reviews from others when Aldi previously sold it seem to be relatively positive - aldi.co.uk/wor…300

The torque is what you expect for this price range, whereas the Parkhouse one is exceptionally impressive - and as mentioned would have bought the Parkhouse if I could find it anywhere.

Fingers crossed its good enough to drive decking screws in - or it will be going back.
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