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Worx WX384 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 2.0Ah £89.98 @ Toolstation
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Worx WX384 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 2.0Ah £89.98 @ Toolstation

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Posted 28th Oct
Product Details
• 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Powershare batteries interchangeable with Worx tools
• 60 min charger
• 13mm single sleeve chuck
• 20 torque settings
• 2 speed gearbox

Supplied with case. Maximum drilling capacity: wood 35mm, steel 13mm, brick 16mm, concrete 13mm. Maximum torque: 40Nm. No load speed: 0-450/0-1600rpm. Impact rate: 0-7200/0-25600bpm.
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I wouldn’t recommend this, at least not when you can get something better at the same price

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Or if you really must have the two batteries it’s another tenner.

Sorry OP just my opinion, not voted either way.
PennyTrader28/10/2019 19:37

I wouldn’t recommend this, at least not when you can get something better a …I wouldn’t recommend this, at least not when you can get something better at the same price https://www.toolstation.com/einhell-pxc-te-cd18li-i-bl-power-x-change-18v-li-ion-cordless-brushless-combi-drill/p62183Or if you really must have the two batteries it’s another tenner.Sorry OP just my opinion, not voted either way.


No worries bud. Someone I work with has one, said it's ok for the price. Best price I've seen for 2 batteries brushless combi. That Einhell is decent too but like you say only one battery. I've got the Ozito version. It was £80 about 6 months ago and I got a second battery for £13 off ebay
Edited by: "AndersJ" 28th Oct
My Dad has two of these and both of them broke just outside warranty
The trigger switches stopped working properly
He managed to fix one, the other is dead

Other than that, they were good drills - plenty of grunt
CrazyBob28/10/2019 19:46

My Dad has two of these and both of them broke just outside warrantyThe …My Dad has two of these and both of them broke just outside warrantyThe trigger switches stopped working properlyHe managed to fix one, the other is deadOther than that, they were good drills - plenty of grunt


How heavy was his use?
CrazyBob28/10/2019 19:46

My Dad has two of these and both of them broke just outside warrantyThe …My Dad has two of these and both of them broke just outside warrantyThe trigger switches stopped working properlyHe managed to fix one, the other is deadOther than that, they were good drills - plenty of grunt

Did the trigger spaz out, and the little light strobes?

Only this morning I discovered my Worx drill (not this exact model, but very similar looking) has also stopped functioning after light to moderate use. Just out of the 3 year warranty. It's almost like they've built-in a timer!
PennyTrader28/10/2019 19:37

I wouldn’t recommend this, at least not when you can get something better a …I wouldn’t recommend this, at least not when you can get something better at the same price https://www.toolstation.com/einhell-pxc-te-cd18li-i-bl-power-x-change-18v-li-ion-cordless-brushless-combi-drill/p62183Or if you really must have the two batteries it’s another tenner.Sorry OP just my opinion, not voted either way.


Agree better torque!
freakie28/10/2019 19:58

Did the trigger spaz out, and the little light strobes?Only this morning I …Did the trigger spaz out, and the little light strobes?Only this morning I discovered my Worx drill (not this exact model, but very similar looking) has also stopped functioning after light to moderate use. Just out of the 3 year warranty. It's almost like they've built-in a timer!


How did you find its performance for the 3 years?
AndersJ28/10/2019 20:35

How did you find its performance for the 3 years?


I liked that it was small and light and 'felt' robust. The speed control trigger had a nice feel, but it seemed to have more torque settings than was necessary. It was only just powerful enough for most things, and the chuck seemed to get increasingly weeble-wobbly as time went on. I'll be looking elsewhere this time (despite having Worx batteries and noting to put them in now). I have no faith in thier longevity, as I suspect the innards are quite a bit junkier than the outside makes it look.
Warning - chucks are garbage on worx drills... And a chuck makes a drill, imo
(At least that's the case with my mum's and another I've used, this looks identical... Just wrote a review and deleted it as realised this is the brushless version and my mother has the non brushless)
Edited by: "rendeverance" 28th Oct
freakie28/10/2019 19:58

Did the trigger spaz out, and the little light strobes?Only this morning I …Did the trigger spaz out, and the little light strobes?Only this morning I discovered my Worx drill (not this exact model, but very similar looking) has also stopped functioning after light to moderate use. Just out of the 3 year warranty. It's almost like they've built-in a timer!


I don't remember him saying anything about the light, just the trigger giving up
PennyTrader28/10/2019 19:37

I wouldn’t recommend this, at least not when you can get something better a …I wouldn’t recommend this, at least not when you can get something better at the same price https://www.toolstation.com/einhell-pxc-te-cd18li-i-bl-power-x-change-18v-li-ion-cordless-brushless-combi-drill/p62183Or if you really must have the two batteries it’s another tenner.Sorry OP just my opinion, not voted either way.


You don’t say why?
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