Workzone Titanium 18v Li-Ion Brushless Drill Kit £119.99 @  Aldi
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Workzone Titanium 18v Li-Ion Brushless Drill Kit £119.99 @ Aldi

£119.99ALDI Deals
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Found 12th Nov
I initially looked at this item and dismissed it, because I thought it was the same as the Workzone Titanium drill/driver I bought about 18 months ago and paid £99 for..... but then I noticed it was Brushless and that the batteries had been increased to 1500mAh. SO this is very much an updated versions of earlier models.

For what it's worth my Titanium drill and driver are still going strong, the driver has been absolutely excellent. I remember the set being listed on HUKD's and many people saying it's rubbish, you get what you pay for etc.... and I agree that sometimes is the case but this is a good brand and more than adequate for heavy home DIY use.

Don't dismiss them simply because you buy them from a place selling frozen pizza and Bratwurst!

Available online and instore from 19/11/2017.

Details:

If you’re looking for the ideal present for a DIY enthusiast, then this 18V Li-Ion Brushless Drill Kit could be the perfect choice. Its 18V cordless hammer drill makes it possible to tackle a wide range of everyday DIY jobs, and it also includes a two-speed gearbox and automatic spindle lock as well as detachable belt clip and more besides.

Accessories Included
2 x 18V Li-Ion battery packs, fast charging station
Features
Powerful brushless 18V motorsBrushless technology: for high power, long life & energy efficiency2 high capacity 1500mAh batteries1 hour fast chargerFan cooled motorsCordlessHammer drill:All Metal Gear BoxTorque Settings: 16+12 speed:No load speed 0-500rpm / 0-1700rpmImpact rate 0-7500rpm / 0-25500rpmMax. drilling capacity:Steel 13mmWood: 35mmMasonry: 13mmIntegrated LED Work-lightDetachable belt clipForward / Reverse ActionAutomatic Spindle LockImpact driver:
Torque:Step 1: 50NmStep 2: 150NmStep 3: 250Nm3 speeds:No load speed: 0 – 800rpm / 0 – 1800rpm / 0-2500rpmNo load BPM: 0 – 1100rpm / 0 – 2500rpm / 0-3500rpmForward and ReverseIntegrated 3LED Work-Light
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years

Top comments

Wait for the "You can use the tip of a butter knife to screw in most screws - cold!" HUKD customary b*ll*ks.
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When I first saw the picture I thought it was a Milwaukee. Guess that's why they are that colour. Anyway, good price for brushless, heat from me

Wait for the "You can use the tip of a butter knife to screw in most screws - cold!" HUKD customary b*ll*ks.

Specs are quite decent for the price and no doubt just constructed in the same Chinese factories as the more reputable brands, hot from me. I might even pick a set up.

I’m sure it’s meant to be 1.5mah and not 1500mah. But a good price for the set.

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aj198518 m ago

I’m sure it’s meant to be 1.5mah and not 1500mah. But a good price for the …I’m sure it’s meant to be 1.5mah and not 1500mah. But a good price for the set.


No it's correct 1500 mAh.... or 1.5ah as I understand it

3 year guarantee/warranty......how does this compare to some of the more well know brands? Thanks

Good spec
Imapact driver is (250nm!)

something to consider
Bosch
£100 not brushless 4Ah battery
I've got an impact driver (part of a set) but never needed to use it, so consider if you actually need it.
I've got mixed views on Aldi tools but they are cheaper, so that is a factor usually.

I believe these are made by Einhell ... They get rebranded as Ozito, workzone etc. With he warranty to can't complain.

JJ694 h, 49 m ago

I believe these are made by Einhell ... They get rebranded as Ozito, …I believe these are made by Einhell ... They get rebranded as Ozito, workzone etc. With he warranty to can't complain.



Yeah, theres quite a few items sold in Aldi and Lidl that are actually German made.
People just assume they're Chinese chat when they're actually German (odd item is Chinese though like every hardware seller, just less)

I bought the same combo second hand and it has been an excellent buy . Drove a few miles to get it but not a problem .

Anybody qualified to compare this and the Bosch cordless currently £66? Are the drills comparable and is it worth the extra £60 for the impact driver?

Omercron22 m ago

Anybody qualified to compare this and the Bosch cordless currently £66? …Anybody qualified to compare this and the Bosch cordless currently £66? Are the drills comparable and is it worth the extra £60 for the impact driver?

The workzone drill and impact driver are brushless so in theory the motors are more efficient so you're battery will last longer, more powerful and the motors generally last longer.
Personally I would always go for brushless tools but to be fair mine get quite a lot of work. If you're not going to be using it much a brushed motor should be fine.

The impact driver is only worth it if you have a use for it! If you only need a drill why don't you consider this guild one, it's not on offer although you should get a £5 Argos voucher.
Guild brushless drill at Argos
Edited by: "barny321" 13th Nov

barny32113th Nov

The workzone drill and impact driver are brushless so in theory the motors …The workzone drill and impact driver are brushless so in theory the motors are more efficient so you're battery will last longer, more powerful and the motors generally last longer.Personally I would always go for brushless tools but to be fair mine get quite a lot of work. If you're not going to be using it much a brushed motor should be fine.The impact driver is only worth it if you have a use for it! If you only need a drill why don't you consider this guild one, it's not on offer although you should get a £5 Argos voucher.Guild brushless drill at Argos

Great, thanks Barny. Think im going to go for the combo as they'll make shelf building a lot easier.

I purchased this exact set around a year ago when the Leicester St Georges store opened after a refit. They had them on offer for £50 ish I think. They are awesome. I built a complete raised decking area at 25m2 using the impact driver. Never let me down once. The batteries last a couple of hours so make sure 1 is on charge while using the other. And make sure you buy some good quality impact bits as the impact driver churns up or snaps cheap ones really quick. This impact drill paired with Milwaukee impact bits made for a bargain piece if kit. Also have used the impact driver for 280mm screws through railway sleepers in the garden to hold them together. Awesome piece of kit.
Edited by: "furiousjammin" 19th Nov
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