Worx WX290.1 20V Li-ion Cordless Impact Drill Driver - Includes Battery - Price reduced until 12th Sept + 106 Nectar points and potentially £1.06 quidco on click and collect @ Homebase
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Worx WX290.1 20V Li-ion Cordless Impact Drill Driver - Includes Battery - Price reduced until 12th Sept + 106 Nectar points and potentially £1.06 quidco on click and collect @ Homebase

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Found 26th Aug 2015
Just picked up one of these, I'm very impressed, makes light work of screws and drives in so well with the impact drive.
Comes in a sturdy carry case and once registered online which take 2 mins has a 3 year warranty!!
Best fifty quid I've spent in a little while!
Ok so it has a 3 hour charge but for me that's fine.


20V impact diver.
Compact and lightweight, yet fast and powerful.
Perfect for delivering high torque for long screws and lag bolts.
LED work light, great for dark and enclosed areas.
Temperature overload function which shuts down unit automatically if it overheats.
Reverse function.
Dimensions: (H)149.9, (W)83.8, (D)190.5mm.
Power: 20V battery power
No load speed: 1.Speed: 2500rpm.
Chuck details: 6mm keyless chuck.
Number of gears: 1 gear.
Torque details: 1 torque setting.
Charge time: 3 - 5hrs.
Battery type: 1x Li-ion battery.
Weight: 1.2kg.
Guarantee: 3 year when registering online manufacturer's guarantee.

31 Comments

Is the battery included? Good price if it is

Original Poster

Aradria

Is the battery included? Good price if it is



Yes comes with the Battery!! (titile edited)
Edited by: "Mr17mh" 26th Aug 2015

Retailer could be in title

the battery won't be covered by the guarantee they never are, would like one but would prefer two batteries.

How does this compare to other impact drivers?

spendsomecheese

How does this compare to other impact drivers?



​ don't know how it compares but I have had worx tools in the past and never had a problem with them.

I've got the 20v drill with 2 batteries and i love it. Being a woman i like tools to feel nice in my hand and it's perfect.

Anyone konw if batteries are compatible with the (seemingly identical) 18V Erbauer range eg: screwfix.com/p/e…85f

jacko791

Anyone konw if batteries are compatible with the (seemingly identical) … Anyone konw if batteries are compatible with the (seemingly identical) 18V Erbauer range eg: http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-eri6041pd-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-impact-driver/7485f



​ don't know but I think these are no longer available.

Original Poster

jacko791

Anyone konw if batteries are compatible with the (seemingly identical) … Anyone konw if batteries are compatible with the (seemingly identical) 18V Erbauer range eg: http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-eri6041pd-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-impact-driver/7485f



​I'm not sure either but they do look very much the same!

Just Purchased And It Also Comes With Charger As Well.
Bargain For £53

Got one last Xmas, really good drill

On the face of it a good deal, especially as it's Li-ion, but:

You'll need two batteries for all but the smallest job.
You'll need to be able to replace batteries when they die, as they will.

If additional/replacement batteries are not easily available (at a reasonable price) I'd advise avoiding this drill, however good it is initially.

Ryobi make decent drills (and a whole range of other tools using same batteries) at reasonable prices and additional batteries are easily available.

furbars

​ don't know but I think these are no longer available.



furbars

the battery won't be covered by the guarantee they never are, would like … the battery won't be covered by the guarantee they never are, would like one but would prefer two batteries.



Did you know? Metabo are the only manufacturer to offer an extended 3 year warranty on all machines, chucks, batteries and chargers

You've all been conned. This is for the bare tool NO BATTERY. READ THE DESCRIPTION.

Besford

On the face of it a good deal, especially as it's Li-ion, but:You'll need … On the face of it a good deal, especially as it's Li-ion, but:You'll need two batteries for all but the smallest job.You'll need to be able to replace batteries when they die, as they will.If additional/replacement batteries are not easily available (at a reasonable price) I'd advise avoiding this drill, however good it is initially.Ryobi make decent drills (and a whole range of other tools using same batteries) at reasonable prices and additional batteries are easily available.


At £50 it's barely worth worrying about.

Also Ryobi do have the One+ range but starter kits were also expensive. The only Ryobi drill I've had a drive spindle softer than a knob of butter in a frying pan. It buckled and ruined the whole machine. All without any heavy handed use.

My Ryobi Dremel style tool and Lawnmower seem ok though.

mymymy

I've got the 20v drill with 2 batteries and i love it. Being a woman i … I've got the 20v drill with 2 batteries and i love it. Being a woman i like tools to feel nice in my hand and it's perfect.



​What kinda tool?

adamskiiiiii

You've all been conned. This is for the bare tool NO BATTERY. READ THE … You've all been conned. This is for the bare tool NO BATTERY. READ THE DESCRIPTION.


I think you are the one conned. Who ever provided you with an education failed.
Battery type: 1x Li-ion battery

Besford

On the face of it a good deal, especially as it's Li-ion, but:You'll need … On the face of it a good deal, especially as it's Li-ion, but:You'll need two batteries for all but the smallest job.You'll need to be able to replace batteries when they die, as they will.If additional/replacement batteries are not easily available (at a reasonable price) I'd advise avoiding this drill, however good it is initially.Ryobi make decent drills (and a whole range of other tools using same batteries) at reasonable prices and additional batteries are easily available.



I have a lot of Ryobi 18v tools & several batteries that I love to bits, however I also have a couple of Worx Drills with the Li-ion batteries & I would fully recommend the Worx at this price.

Edited by: "HOTPOT" 30th Aug 2015

HOTPOT

I have a lot of Ryobi 18v tools & several batteries that I love to bits, … I have a lot of Ryobi 18v tools & several batteries that I love to bits, however I also have a couple of Worx Drills with the Li-ion batteries & I would fully recommend the Worx at this price.




TBF it does say bare tool and only tells you the battery type not that it's included.

The Worx and Erbauer tools are identical internally depsite the 20v and 18v ratings, I own 10.8v Erbauer impact drivers and the worx 10.8v batteries fit and work just the same, I belive screwfix do the Erbauer 18v impact for £90 with 2 batterys and half hour charger

Original Poster

adamskiiiiii

You've all been conned. This is for the bare tool NO BATTERY. READ THE … You've all been conned. This is for the bare tool NO BATTERY. READ THE DESCRIPTION.



​it includes a battery and charger... Well mine did!!

I can't believe that they don't state the amps
I always look for the amps before volts if you want it to last more than a hour.

databar

I can't believe that they don't state the amps I always look for the amps … I can't believe that they don't state the amps I always look for the amps before volts if you want it to last more than a hour.



It comes with a 2.0ah battery. Purchased one a couple of weeks ago & it will be perfect for any light-medium diy work you have around the home. We were adding onto our decking last week, as well as building a large picnic bench & it struggled more than I would have liked.

If you are not looking to do a lot of heavy duty screwing, then this will be perfect for your average diy'er & it's currently at a good price. I wouldn't pay full price though!

peter588

The Worx and Erbauer tools are identical internally depsite the 20v and … The Worx and Erbauer tools are identical internally depsite the 20v and 18v ratings, I own 10.8v Erbauer impact drivers and the worx 10.8v batteries fit and work just the same, I belive screwfix do the Erbauer 18v impact for £90 with 2 batterys and half hour charger



The erbauer with 2 batteries is great. I bought it for refurb of 2 bedrooms including building bespoke wardrobes. Then removed and replaced an ageing decking. It never missed a beat. I figured at £90 if it did a couple of jobs then it's earned it's money.

Could you use this to get car wheels off?

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shack1

Could you use this to get car wheels off?



​no its too weak. to remove wheels you need impact wrench.

I bought it yesterday and returned it today. only 107Nm so for easy to medium Diy jobs. it has only one battery so if you want 2 you need to buy another for £35. I always prefer to have 2 batteries.
Instead I bought higher model with 2 X 2ah batteries from argos. the deal is from 149 to 109. if you check there website they are giving £10 off of another purchase and Quidco is %5.5 so over £7.
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