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WORX WX386.5 18V (20V MAX) Hammer Drill with x2 1.5Ah Batteries & 55pc Tool Kit £53.99 @  positecworx  / ebay
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WORX WX386.5 18V (20V MAX) Hammer Drill with x2 1.5Ah Batteries & 55pc Tool Kit £53.99 @ positecworx / ebay

£53.99£58.998%eBay Deals
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Posted 27th Sep
Reduced to £59.99 but with code PLEASED it comes down to £53.99 delivered. eBay shop.
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Amazing deal!
Bought the last time it was this price. Been very happy with it so far. Hasn't missed a beat for anything I've used it for.
Batteries are about £30 each charger maybe £20 keep them sell bare unit on eBay ! Job done
Brilliant Deal, I have two of these and they have never let me down.
Amazing deal heat added. I've recently become a big Worx fan since buying the mower/Strimmer set in the Summer. Got a decent collection developing now!
Edited by: "bellboys" 27th Sep
ianjury27/09/2019 19:00

Batteries are about £30 each charger maybe £20 keep them sell bare unit on …Batteries are about £30 each charger maybe £20 keep them sell bare unit on eBay ! Job done


This one works cheaper
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£27 so if you sell charger and bare unit battery free
vostro27/09/2019 20:52

This one works …This one works cheaperhttps://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183617077798£27 so if you sell charger and bare unit battery free


Agreed, it is cheaper but the drills are slightly different spec. The drill you quote is listed as 30N.M whereas this deal is 40N.M - unlikely to make any difference to the casual diy’er but it looks like this drill is a slightly later version.
vostro27/09/2019 20:52

This one works …This one works cheaperhttps://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183617077798£27 so if you sell charger and bare unit battery free



You would need to buy 2 in order for the code to work though which works out at 54 quid total. Still a very good deal. Keep the 2 batteries and 2 chargers and sell the drills body only and I reckon the batteries and chargers would end up costing you approx 15 quid!
Edited by: "bellboys" 27th Sep
What's a good drill with 175nm reasonably priced.
bellboys27/09/2019 20:28

Amazing deal heat added. I've recently become a big Worx fan since buying …Amazing deal heat added. I've recently become a big Worx fan since buying the mower/Strimmer set in the Summer. Got a decent collection developing now!


Same! Been waiting for this deal to come back in stock, bonus that it has 10% off. Got 4 batteries for everything now
bellboys27/09/2019 21:21

You would need to buy 2 in order for the code to work though which works …You would need to buy 2 in order for the code to work though which works out at 54 quid total. Still a very good deal. Keep the 2 batteries and 2 chargers and sell the drills body only and I reckon the batteries and chargers would end up costing you approx 15 quid!


True, though I just cancelled my other order of that drill on its own earlier in the week, as the toolbox and tools are more handy to me than an extra drill that I'd then have to sell on
Edited by: "herrbz" 28th Sep
Will this go through concrete?
Good deal
Cheers OP @ellio good find! Just ordered one, and also 1% through quidco - not a lot but every little helps
ianjury27/09/2019 19:00

Batteries are about £30 each charger maybe £20 keep them sell bare unit on …Batteries are about £30 each charger maybe £20 keep them sell bare unit on eBay ! Job done


The batteries aren't worth £30 each. They're selling on eBay for less than £20 including p+p.

If you're only wanting this for batteries you'd be far better buying the bigger ones depending what you need them for. Power hungry tools like the angle grinder and saws really need the 4ah+ batteries.
Where as on the drills I use the 2ah batteries to leave them lighter and easier to manoeuvre in tight spaces.

It's worth noting that some other brands also fit worx. Of the top of my head I think Guild, Erbauer and Titan do. I have a couple of JCB 3ah batteries that fit fine with most of the worx tools but doesn't click in tight with the angle grinder due to the slightly different casing shape.

And the chargers are selling for as little as £11 including p+p. Assuming this is a standard charger and not the fast charge one. So after postage and eBay/PayPal fees expect no more than £7 for it.

I've gave heat as it's a good deal. I bought a brushless set a few years ago and I've been happy with it. Had it replaced under warranty after a year or so as it. Now have a variety of 20v worx tools.
barny32128/09/2019 09:31

The batteries aren't worth £30 each. They're selling on eBay for less than …The batteries aren't worth £30 each. They're selling on eBay for less than £20 including p+p.If you're only wanting this for batteries you'd be far better buying the bigger ones depending what you need them for. Power hungry tools like the angle grinder and saws really need the 4ah+ batteries. Where as on the drills I use the 2ah batteries to leave them lighter and easier to manoeuvre in tight spaces.It's worth noting that some other brands also fit worx. Of the top of my head I think Guild, Erbauer and Titan do. I have a couple of JCB 3ah batteries that fit fine with most of the worx tools but doesn't click in tight with the angle grinder due to the slightly different casing shape.And the chargers are selling for as little as £11 including p+p. Assuming this is a standard charger and not the fast charge one. So after postage and eBay/PayPal fees expect no more than £7 for it.I've gave heat as it's a good deal. I bought a brushless set a few years ago and I've been happy with it. Had it replaced under warranty after a year or so as it. Now have a variety of 20v worx tools.




I got a total of 78 quid for 3x brand new 2 batteries (granted, they were 2AH) on Shpock recently, in 2 separate transactions. Buyers collected and paid cash. Why bugger about with ebay and pay their crazy fees and have to post them when these things are popular enough to sell locally with no fees?
Edited by: "bellboys" 28th Sep
755° heat last month at £59.99, only 266° for £53.99 lol
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