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WORX Cordless Combi Hammer Drill with x1 1.5Ah Battery (WX366.6) £29.99 delivered @ positecworx ebay
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WORX Cordless Combi Hammer Drill with x1 1.5Ah Battery (WX366.6) £29.99 delivered @ positecworx ebay

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Sold by Worx's official ebay outlet, Positec.

Worx WX366.6 18V (20V MAX) Drill. Power share model.

Back up and available for £29.99. Went out of stock a couple of months ago when at this same price as a deal on here.

Cheapo basic drill, charger and battery for £30 with a carry case. Should be good for occasional light DIY use.
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I have one of these and built a 12ft x 10ft shed to my own design from reclaimed wood and it breezed through it on one charge. Done loads of jobs with it since and im impressed for the money.
Stephen_Goodairvn922/11/2019 12:35

I have one of these and built a 12ft x 10ft shed to my own design from …I have one of these and built a 12ft x 10ft shed to my own design from reclaimed wood and it breezed through it on one charge. Done loads of jobs with it since and im impressed for the money.


Would you recommend it on solid walls to put a curtain rail up?
mglteck22/11/2019 12:47

Would you recommend it on solid walls to put a curtain rail up?


Mounted a PIR light, Ring camera and Ring doorbell on brick walls using mine. No bother!
creepyg22/11/2019 12:57

Mounted a PIR light, Ring camera and Ring doorbell on brick walls using …Mounted a PIR light, Ring camera and Ring doorbell on brick walls using mine. No bother!


Ah nice one
Legend, bought, thanks
I've got one and I hate it. Bought a JCB and it's multitudes better.

For me, it's not much more than an electric screwdriver.
I've got their higher end stuff and would definitely recommend.
mglteck22/11/2019 12:47

Would you recommend it on solid walls to put a curtain rail up?


If you have a concrete lintel to go through, you may struggle without a full blooded SDS drill, but if it's just brick or block this should be fine
mglteck22/11/2019 12:47

Would you recommend it on solid walls to put a curtain rail up?


Should be fine ,more so if u got good drill bits
Excellent price for this drill which is suitable for so many DIY jobs around the house!
I paid for this eBay offer on Nov 29th - £29.99. 12 days later with no sign of the drill I contact them. turned out they'd lost the order but apologized and made it right so full marks for customer service and it's a great value drill
Edited by: "Daithi_OSioradain" 11th Dec 2019
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