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WORX WG163E 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Grass Trimmer with Command Feed and 2 Batteries - £70.61 @ Amazon
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WORX WG163E 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Grass Trimmer with Command Feed and 2 Batteries - £70.61 @ Amazon

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Posted 21st Aug

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This one is straight forward: The cheapest bare unit without batteries sells for £51.

Batteries are c.£30 each. You are getting them with this deal for £10 each.

Now those batteries are interchangeable with other WORX devices....
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bought thanks for posting OP.
Ditto, after trimming the grass yesterday with a corded one, and having to keep stopping to get the cord out of the way.... and stopping to feed more line through, decided to get this, thanks OP
FYI this has a "command feed" button that lets more line out without you having to stop etc... which is worth it's weight in gold.
These are great, well worth the money and the reels last for ages unlike some more well known strimmer makes. I use it on my jungle of a garden which is average sized and it does the whole thing, I could do with another battery to do the finishing touches so this is a great bonus deal.
You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly superior. I got mine from Screwfix.
silverbullet767121/08/2019 12:43

You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly …You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly superior. I got mine from Screwfix.


You could, but it would be a lot heavier, less convenient etc. Horses for courses.
Ordered thanks OP
silverbullet767121/08/2019 12:43

You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly …You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly superior. I got mine from Screwfix.


Not surprising, coming from a petrol head
Bought my self a Landroid S 300 today.... which is why this deal makes even more sense to me (swapable batteries)
Paid £80 for this a few months back and can confirm that £70 is cheaper than £80, so a good deal.
Not the most powerful but edges the grass nicely. 3 year warranty too if registered.
silverbullet767121/08/2019 12:43

You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly …You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly superior. I got mine from Screwfix.




And you could also be inhaling the fumes from it for years to come (if you are lucky0. As will your neighbours...

PS Unless you are a Pro Gardener battery power is the future imo. I'm a pretty recent convert but wouldn't use anything else now...
Edited by: "bellboys" 21st Aug
silverbullet767121/08/2019 12:43

You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly …You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly superior. I got mine from Screwfix.


And what's that interchangeable with - your drill?
Besford21/08/2019 20:31

And what's that interchangeable with - your drill?



Car?
paddy.stone21/08/2019 12:30

Ditto, after trimming the grass yesterday with a corded one, and having to …Ditto, after trimming the grass yesterday with a corded one, and having to keep stopping to get the cord out of the way.... and stopping to feed more line through, decided to get this, thanks OP FYI this has a "command feed" button that lets more line out without you having to stop etc... which is worth it's weight in gold.



I've been astonished at how much quicker I can do our 2 lawns with my new Worx cordless mower/strimmer compared to my old corded tools.
Still in stock!
Are Worx a reliable brand ?
ukmonkey22/08/2019 20:35

Are Worx a reliable brand ?


Yes get decent reviews on here overall, do a search
silverbullet767121/08/2019 12:43

You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly …You could buy a Makita 2 stroke petrol strimmer for just over £100. Vastly superior. I got mine from Screwfix.


This, IMO is superior. You can ebay the batteries for £25 each. So if you already have a battery, after fees, that brings this item to £30. But lets say you don't sell one battery, call this £50. Half the price of Makita.

It's lighter.
Causes less polution.
Doesn't require money for petrol and electricity is cheaper.
Good deal. Oredered.
Much easier to use, makes doing the garden almost enjoyable

I use a stiff brush to clean the strimmer after use and then put away... man you can get a lot done on one battery, plenty of power there too. Also the strimmer cord is much more robust, used it around cast iron table legs, concrete, wood, and didn't get any line snap off at all, which means just the one reel should last for a long time. I ordered some spares anyway just in case from China seller on Amazon, 6 reels + 2 caps for just over a tenner... will see how they hold up against the originals.
Think of it as a Henry vs Dyson cordless handheld thingy.
Just used mine and impressed, not the most powerful but definitely cuts the edges of the grass and battery life is fair. Just takes 5+ hours to charge tho...
ukmonkey26/08/2019 17:50

Just used mine and impressed, not the most powerful but definitely cuts …Just used mine and impressed, not the most powerful but definitely cuts the edges of the grass and battery life is fair. Just takes 5+ hours to charge tho...


You can buy a 1h fast charger
used this today and very impressed. Takes a while to charge, but you have two batteries and it lasts quite long. The build quality seems to be fantastic - and three year warranty!
paddy.stone25/08/2019 16:26

Much easier to use, makes doing the garden almost enjoyable I use a …Much easier to use, makes doing the garden almost enjoyable I use a stiff brush to clean the strimmer after use and then put away... man you can get a lot done on one battery, plenty of power there too. Also the strimmer cord is much more robust, used it around cast iron table legs, concrete, wood, and didn't get any line snap off at all, which means just the one reel should last for a long time. I ordered some spares anyway just in case from China seller on Amazon, 6 reels + 2 caps for just over a tenner... will see how they hold up against the originals.


could you kindly share the link - i will order some spares! TIA
rhythmandsoul26/08/2019 21:47

could you kindly share the link - i will order some spares! TIA


I'll try to remember to do it tomorrow, not at the pc right now.
rhythmandsoul26/08/2019 21:47

could you kindly share the link - i will order some spares! TIA


Sorry for the wait. These are the ones I ordered amazon.co.uk/gp/…ZFR
Just bear in mind that they might take a while to get to you.

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Edited by: "paddy.stone" 27th Aug
paddy.stone27/08/2019 12:12

Sorry for the wait. These are the ones I ordered …Sorry for the wait. These are the ones I ordered https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07QT8BZFRJust bear in mind that they might take a while to get to you.[edit] If you need them more quickly, you could get these from Amazon US, according to estimates would be by early Sept. https://www.amazon.co.uk/WA0010-Replacement-10-Foot-Trimmer-6-Pack/dp/B001FE32ZU


Thank you!
paddy.stone27/08/2019 12:12

Sorry for the wait. These are the ones I ordered …Sorry for the wait. These are the ones I ordered https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07QT8BZFRJust bear in mind that they might take a while to get to you.[edit] If you need them more quickly, you could get these from Amazon US, according to estimates would be by early Sept. https://www.amazon.co.uk/WA0010-Replacement-10-Foot-Trimmer-6-Pack/dp/B001FE32ZU


Can't we just buy unbranded lines and roll them on the existing spool instead of buying a set of new ones every time?
amazon.co.uk/Amt…4NS
My gut feeling is that the spool is reusable.
Edited by: "TOFO" 27th Aug
TOFO27/08/2019 12:25

Can't we just buy unbranded lines and roll them on the existing spool …Can't we just buy unbranded lines and roll them on the existing spool instead of buying a set of new ones every time?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Amtech-U4030-Trim-Line-15/dp/B004UR94NSMy gut feeling is that the spool is reusable.



Don't think so, but for approx £1.50 per spool it'd be hard to match that I think with doing it yourself... plus a lot more time consuming trying to find somewhere that sells it, and the needing gauge to work properly.
rhythmandsoul27/08/2019 12:25

Thank you!


No worries. I just realised actually that the ones from the US, might not actually fit our model of trimmer, so will remove that link, hope you didn't already buy that one?
amazon.co.uk/gp/…ZSX those would be a better buy, and quicker delivery, work out cheaper too per capita as they are 12 spools and 3 endcaps for that £16 price. Hope that helped someone.
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