Worx Combo Kit 18V £89.99 @ Argos

Worx Combo Kit 18V £89.99 @ Argos

Found 10th Jan 2010
* Model number WX18CK.5.

* 18V cordless hammer drill.

* Speed 0-350 / 0-1300rpm.

* 13mm keyless chuck.

* 24 torque settings.

* 2 x double ended bits.

* 18V pendulum jigsaw.

* Speed 0-1800rpm.

* Variable speed.

* Tool-free blade change system.

* 5 assorted blades.

* 18V circular saw.

* 140mm TCT blade.

* Spindle lock.

* 1 parallel guide.

* 18V worklight.

* 310 degrees rotation.

* 325 lumens.

* 1 extra bulb.

* 1 hour charger.

* 2 x 18V/1.5Ah battery packs.

* Canvas bag.

* Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
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seems a good deal
Very good deal - H+R+
Got one of these a few years ago, The hardware is good, But the battery's and the charger are not to good, The Jigsaw and especially the Skill Saw eat battery's, and what with them being low amp Ni-Cads and a charger that takes a good hour and half to charge, I killed both battery's within a year, But the tools themselves are pretty good, So voted hot.
Just had a look, And as usual there are none available, Also' Worx stopped this range a log time ago and I don't think it has been in the last couple of Argos catalogues, So unless there is one gathering dust at the back of the warehouse I don't think you will find any, But I may be wrong.
there is 1 available in linlithgow and 1 available in falkirk if anybody wants one cheers
also 1 Available @ Warrington
theres one available at daventry, as babylon mentioned the battery is the real problem with these

Worx have a very good extended guarantee, 3 years standard and 6 years if you register product.
you get what you pay for.

you get what you pay for.

Often true but it looks to me like you're getting considerably more than you're paying for on this. If you can get replacement batteries, or better still Li-ion ones to fit, this is a fabulous deal for an amateur DIY handyman/woman!
Got a Worx drill and it's been very good. Lot of features for your cash.
I've had this set for about 4 years now and they have paid for themselves over and over again.

I got them when they were on offer at £130 (were originally £180) and mine came in a hard case with charger and 2 batteries. As has already been said, the batteries are a bit of a problem but if used properly (that means not charging them a little bit here, a wee bit there and let the battery run right down between charges) they do last a little better.

My first set lasted about 2.5 years but I got them exchanged very easily by Worx, FOC. The set I have now are starting to show signs of weakening but they aren't getting used very much these days.

Just a wee recommendation. I have found that some of the Erbauer cordless batteries, available from Screwfix, fit these. You can get a 18V 2.0Ah Ni-Cd Battery but they come in at £45. (I think its Screwfix number is 44821 but please double check this if you are thinking about getting one).

These are excellent value for money so H+R from me. :thumbsup:
Good deal, but whats with the torch attached to the jigsaw?

Worx have a very good extended guarantee, 3 years standard and 6 years if … Worx have a very good extended guarantee, 3 years standard and 6 years if you register product.

Thanks for this tip, bought a worx drill recently and have now registered for 6 years warranty - great!
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