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Workzone cordless 18V Li-ion Combi Jigsaw & Reciprocating Saw £49.99 Delivered @ Aldi
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Workzone cordless 18V Li-ion Combi Jigsaw & Reciprocating Saw £49.99 Delivered @ Aldi

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Posted 3rd Feb

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As above, appears to be a good price - 3 year warranty included.

Handy if you do lots of cutting - the Worx equivalent costs £130 @ Argos

argos.co.uk/product/8543930?

Might help someone.

Get a quality powerful cutting performance with the added convenience of 2 saws in 1 with this Workzone Combined Jigsaw & Reciprocating Saw. Amongst many different features, the 2 in 1 tool boasts a quick-change blade system and an Ergonomic soft-grip handle for precise and comfortable working.

Contents
1 x 2-in-1 Multi saw
1 x 2.0Ah Samsung battery
1 x 1 hour charger
3 x Jig saw blades (wood/metal/aluminium)
1 x Instruction manual1 x Warranty card
Features
2 saws in one tool
No load speed: 2500/min
Stroke length: 16mm
Cutting capacity: 50mm (wood), 45mm (PVC pipe), 4mm (steel)
Pivoting head design converts from reciprocating saw to jigsaw in seconds
Dust blower removes debris and dust to increase cutting visibility
LED light
Tool-less blade change system
Ergonomic soft grip handle
Lock off switch
Samsung battery
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
Safety Compliance
WARNING: Keep out of reach of children.
Safety Warning
18 Years +
Community Updates
Li-ion battery

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7 Comments
ordered one thanks
Is this positec? Will it take the Worx/erbauer batteries?
its absolute rubish - this thing. tried cutting some 18mm ply and it struggled.
I voted it hot tho I dont need one mainly cos I already have at least both of these in mains powered but also as I am unlikely to do as much DIY these days so cant really justify buying one - Or can I?
rizla0145 m ago

I voted it hot tho I dont need one mainly cos I already have at least both …I voted it hot tho I dont need one mainly cos I already have at least both of these in mains powered but also as I am unlikely to do as much DIY these days so cant really justify buying one - Or can I?


I just asked your wife and she said it's okay for you to order one
Would this be good for garden work (medium to thick branches)?
Just spotted two in the Garston branch for _£29.99, gets good reviews .
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