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WORX WX932 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Brushless Combi Drill/Impact Driver Twin Pack £129.99 @ positecworx ebay
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WORX WX932 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Brushless Combi Drill/Impact Driver Twin Pack £129.99 @ positecworx ebay

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Hmm, Specs seems good, however mixed review of reliability
This is the model of the drill - amazon.co.uk/Wor…TFM
and heres the impact (better) - amazon.co.uk/WOR…127

Batteries are apparently compatible with Titan/Guild/Erbauer (older version I think) and few other off brands. So replacement of batteries shouldn't be an issue.

Meh, not convinced. Spend another £100 and get Makita brushless when on sale which should last couple years longer?
Thanks for that.
Edited by: "FreddytheFrog" 22nd Nov 2019
Inquisitor22/11/2019 19:44

Hmm, Specs seems good, however mixed review of reliabilityThis is the …Hmm, Specs seems good, however mixed review of reliabilityThis is the model of the drill - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Worx-Heavy-Brushless-Hammer-Drill/dp/B00TLTZTFMand heres the impact (better) - https://www.amazon.co.uk/WORX-WX292-9-Brushless-Impact-Driver/dp/B077M7H127Batteries are apparently compatible with Titan/Guild/Erbauer (older version I think) and few other off brands. So replacement of batteries shouldn't be an issue.Meh, not convinced. Spend another £100 and get Makita brushless when on sale which should last couple years longer?


I agree. No idea why you would buy this over something like Dewalt.

Or even Ryobi if you're a DIYer. They won't change their battery platform like Erbauer recently has meaning you can't use your old batts on new tools and vice versa!

And with Ryobi (dewalt too) you have a much wider range of tools such as Ryobi and their Garden stuff.
Tim_H22/11/2019 23:40

I agree. No idea why you would buy this over something like Dewalt.Or even …I agree. No idea why you would buy this over something like Dewalt.Or even Ryobi if you're a DIYer. They won't change their battery platform like Erbauer recently has meaning you can't use your old batts on new tools and vice versa!And with Ryobi (dewalt too) you have a much wider range of tools such as Ryobi and their Garden stuff.


Well, I have a battery and charger already. But they're cheap so not really a financial consideration although I do hate waste.
Price would be the main decider, or rather value. My previous Positec-made, home-brand drill was easily sufficient for my needs. Isn't Erbauer also Positec?
Thanks for your input.
FreddytheFrog23/11/2019 00:08

Well, I have a battery and charger already. But they're cheap so not …Well, I have a battery and charger already. But they're cheap so not really a financial consideration although I do hate waste.Price would be the main decider, or rather value. My previous Positec-made, home-brand drill was easily sufficient for my needs. Isn't Erbauer also Positec?Thanks for your input.


Honestly no idea. I hadn't even heard of Positec before untill you mentioned them.
FreddytheFrog23/11/2019 00:08

Well, I have a battery and charger already. But they're cheap so not …Well, I have a battery and charger already. But they're cheap so not really a financial consideration although I do hate waste.Price would be the main decider, or rather value. My previous Positec-made, home-brand drill was easily sufficient for my needs. Isn't Erbauer also Positec?Thanks for your input.


Yeah, Prositec made a few brands of the budget friendly type.
Depends on your set up/requirements really..

For me, I'm a 'hobby' DIY'er, or rather I don't trust craftsmanship/can't afford builders all the time. If I needed to do professional job, I don't have the skill-set so my tools needs to be my saving grace to do a good job.
On the flip side, I'm engineering background, so if you throw anything broken at me I'm quite willing to fix it, would I want that time out of the tools needing to be fixed? Would I want to spend the time to fix?

From eco perspective, you specifically are saving another £20-30 I guess because of battery and charger. Perhaps more worthwhile investment, but my question would be, where is/was that tool gone?

My makita set (g series, annoying cheapo, didn't know at the time) lasting me around 7 yrs atm, there's some odd smell at full welly and battery is on its way. I'm ready for the lxt jump, but homebase had a ryobi sale (80% off) and jumped on a drill (brushless)/router 2x batteries for £90. I accidently committed to ryobi (they are not as good as makita) lol..

*Full welly = drilling 10mm holes in concrete and full body leaning on it because I cant be bothered to get the sds out, right tool right job, blah blah..
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 23rd Nov 2019
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