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WORX WA3551.1 18V 20V MAX 2.0Ah Battery pack £29.99 @ ebay / positecworx
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WORX WA3551.1 18V 20V MAX 2.0Ah Battery pack £29.99 @ ebay / positecworx

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Posted 29th Apr

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Spare battery pack for all Worx items using 20v battery packs

The WORX WA3551.1 20V 2.0Ah pack is a heavy-duty high power battery cell.

This replacment battery is compatible with all WORX 20V DIY tools and Garden Power Share range

  • 20V 2.0Ah battery pack
  • Powershare - Compatible with 20V Tool range
  • Heavy-duty high power battery cell

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Looks very similar to the terratek I have for a hedge cutter.
If you need two batteries you are not far off the price of a drill / 2x batts / charger kit from Toolstation
deanos29/04/2020 20:25

JCB battery should fit …JCB battery should fit ???https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nA9570q2JwM£11.99 here https://www.toolstop.co.uk/jcb-20li-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-battery/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwy6T1BRDXARIsAIqCTXreRXxf970D8CvpxDWtRJp5YpiLsmAGwNcrjJT0uzWf4QXdpfbHfSoaAo5AEALw_wcB


+ £5p&p
But still a good price if it fits
Edited by: "col11" 29th Apr
Are these aftermarket batteries as good as the originals?
deanos29/04/2020 20:25

JCB battery should fit …JCB battery should fit ???https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nA9570q2JwM£11.99 here https://www.toolstop.co.uk/jcb-20li-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-battery/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwy6T1BRDXARIsAIqCTXreRXxf970D8CvpxDWtRJp5YpiLsmAGwNcrjJT0uzWf4QXdpfbHfSoaAo5AEALw_wcB


No.... this is the later 5 slot version... earlier 4 slot ones are the same as i'm using 3ah on my worx stuff.... later worx stuff went 5 slot
stealth66629/04/2020 21:31

No.... this is the later 5 slot version... earlier 4 slot ones are the …No.... this is the later 5 slot version... earlier 4 slot ones are the same as i'm using 3ah on my worx stuff.... later worx stuff went 5 slot


oh , that’s a shame as they are super cheap batteries , thanks for clarification
Blimey these are expensive. Even DeWalt 2.0ah batteries are cheaper than this.

I always thought Worx was meant to be affordable range? No
GeordieAffy201430/04/2020 00:35

Blimey these are expensive. Even DeWalt 2.0ah batteries are cheaper than …Blimey these are expensive. Even DeWalt 2.0ah batteries are cheaper than this.I always thought Worx was meant to be affordable range? No


Yeah...I bought a couple of Worx items a few weeks back, only to realise a little too late just how expensive the batteries are! There are much cheaper "unbranded" ones on ebay, with much higher capacities, for reasonable prices. No idea whether they are any good or not though.
I’m unfamiliar with worx pricing, I through they were fairly budget stuff ?

I know it’s 20V but Seams expensive compared to Makita 18V battery prices, Makita battery’s being some of the best in the business in my opinion ( reliability and lifespan )
GeordieAffy201430/04/2020 00:35

Blimey these are expensive. Even DeWalt 2.0ah batteries are cheaper than …Blimey these are expensive. Even DeWalt 2.0ah batteries are cheaper than this.I always thought Worx was meant to be affordable range? No


The bare gear is well priced and so are bundles, but batteries are insane

I've bought a few bundles then sold the batteries on eBay, getting the tool itself for next to nothing.
gibson9930/04/2020 09:44

Yeah...I bought a couple of Worx items a few weeks back, only to realise a …Yeah...I bought a couple of Worx items a few weeks back, only to realise a little too late just how expensive the batteries are! There are much cheaper "unbranded" ones on ebay, with much higher capacities, for reasonable prices. No idea whether they are any good or not though.


Loads are not the power and storage they state. Even the good looking ones. not worth it IMO.
Bikerdanny30/04/2020 17:20

I’m unfamiliar with worx pricing, I through they were fairly budget stuff ? …I’m unfamiliar with worx pricing, I through they were fairly budget stuff ? I know it’s 20V but Seams expensive compared to Makita 18V battery prices, Makita battery’s being some of the best in the business in my opinion ( reliability and lifespan )


18v and 20v are the same, just marketing speak.

18v is the nominal voltage of the cells, while 20v is the maximum voltage of the same cells.
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