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WORX WX938 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Twin Pack £89.99 ebay / positecworx
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WORX WX938 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Twin Pack £89.99 ebay / positecworx

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I'm trying to decide between worx and Ryobi one. I can't afford DeWalt, Makita etc (I need drill, impact driver, jigsaw, circular saw and recip saw - so total cost difference between DeWalt and worx is hundreds of pounds. I'm only a diyer.)

The two systems I can affor are worx and Ryobi, so which would you all recommend and why?

Thanks 😁
muise27/02/2020 08:55

I'm trying to decide between worx and Ryobi one. I can't afford DeWalt, …I'm trying to decide between worx and Ryobi one. I can't afford DeWalt, Makita etc (I need drill, impact driver, jigsaw, circular saw and recip saw - so total cost difference between DeWalt and worx is hundreds of pounds. I'm only a diyer.)The two systems I can affor are worx and Ryobi, so which would you all recommend and why?Thanks 😁


I've got the worx impact driver and mini circular saw for outdoor use to stop ruining my dewalt and both of them have performed superbly over the last 3 years
Ryobi
I got the worx, dad got the Ryobi. Ryobi one he got was much more powerful so check the specs before you decide. There both decent for the price but maybe an edge for the Ryobi in terms of quality. Worx maybe the edge in availability
Always remember the good 3 warranty on them to send back 2.5 years later if not performing
muise27/02/2020 08:55

I'm trying to decide between worx and Ryobi one. I can't afford DeWalt, …I'm trying to decide between worx and Ryobi one. I can't afford DeWalt, Makita etc (I need drill, impact driver, jigsaw, circular saw and recip saw - so total cost difference between DeWalt and worx is hundreds of pounds. I'm only a diyer.)The two systems I can affor are worx and Ryobi, so which would you all recommend and why?Thanks 😁


Did you see a Ryobi drill and impact driver for the same price as this or was it just still a lot cheaper then the Dewalt?
AbesAbes27/02/2020 09:55

Did you see a Ryobi drill and impact driver for the same price as this or …Did you see a Ryobi drill and impact driver for the same price as this or was it just still a lot cheaper then the Dewalt?


Ryobi drill, impact and circular with 2 batteries at b&q for £200, but 10% off and £5 off codes
I've had a pair of Worx drills for over 3 years with no problems. I also have the cordless Worx lawn mower and hedge trimmer which have also been good..
Not used Ryobi tools though so I can'y comment on them..
I’ve just moved to worx from ryobi. Ryobi was very good but only see offers in local Homebase’s where as the worx stuff seemed to have better availability and a wider range of products. The battery’s on my ryobi’s gave me bother which is why I’ve changed over.
imthebest27/02/2020 10:44

I’ve just moved to worx from ryobi. Ryobi was very good but only see o …I’ve just moved to worx from ryobi. Ryobi was very good but only see offers in local Homebase’s where as the worx stuff seemed to have better availability and a wider range of products. The battery’s on my ryobi’s gave me bother which is why I’ve changed over.


Thanks. That is one of the attractions of worx for me too. Have you noticed any real difference in performance or feel between the two brands?
Honestly I haven’t even tried them out yet but I just went off reviews. At the end of the day they are mid level diy stuff so I’m happy if they do what they say on the tin. I opted for the cordless pressure washer and I’ll probably go for the lawnmower and stimmer at some point too so overall it made more sense for me. The fact that worx sell direct on eBay and have sales was really the key for me
muise27/02/2020 08:55

I'm trying to decide between worx and Ryobi one. I can't afford DeWalt, …I'm trying to decide between worx and Ryobi one. I can't afford DeWalt, Makita etc (I need drill, impact driver, jigsaw, circular saw and recip saw - so total cost difference between DeWalt and worx is hundreds of pounds. I'm only a diyer.)The two systems I can affor are worx and Ryobi, so which would you all recommend and why?Thanks 😁



I think you should check B&Q as there is a code on HUKD posted yesterday (and some drill deals from B&Q), if you sign to be a member (which is free) you get 10% off and if you apply the code you'll get another £5 off so you may find a decent deal there.
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