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WORX WX667 230W Sonicrafter Oscillating Multi-Tool with Accessories £29.99 at Worx/ebay
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WORX WX667 230W Sonicrafter Oscillating Multi-Tool with Accessories £29.99 at Worx/ebay

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Black friday offer, good price for a quality tool set.
The universal interface is compatible with other oscillating tool brand accessories; variable speed control and multi-angle adjustment adapts to different applications.
  • 230 watts.
  • Variable speed .
  • Soft grip handle.
  • Cord length of 2m.
  • Sawing, scraping, sanding, cutting.
Includes:1 x 80mm circular segment saw blade1 x 35mm standard end cut blade1 x allen key1 x universal adaptor1 x rigid scraper blade6 x sanding sheets1 x sanding pad1 x plastic carrying case
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have one still in the box I got super cheap from Homebase, but to be honest I wouldn't reccomend this model, simply for the Lack of 'ease of use', that manual tool change presents..

I hav an original Bosch green tool very similar and its served me very well, but things hae moved on, and the bettermodel with the easy change handle to simplify tool change is worth its weight... far less fiddly...

nowt wrong with Worx tools in general though..
The better brands have even easier tool change with variations on starlock/quicklock etc, that snap in and out... but Worx own version is still great.
IWANTBLUE22/11/2019 13:48

have one still in the box I got super cheap from Homebase, but to be …have one still in the box I got super cheap from Homebase, but to be honest I wouldn't reccomend this model, simply for the Lack of 'ease of use', that manual tool change presents..I hav an original Bosch green tool very similar and its served me very well, but things hae moved on, and the bettermodel with the easy change handle to simplify tool change is worth its weight... far less fiddly...nowt wrong with Worx tools in general though.. The better brands have even easier tool change with variations on starlock/quicklock etc, that snap in and out... but Worx own version is still great.


what make and model you can recommend us please?
The chisel tool works well.
Ive not tried the cutting tools.
The sand paper velcro type attachment has worn down after its first few uses, so the sand paper no longer attaches
ikomu22/11/2019 14:20

what make and model you can recommend us please?


Appologies...
Didn't see the reply/comment.
I have the more powerful works unit that has a bunch of tools and its own box, from homebase deals, and it has the handle I described...but Bosch blue Fein and others all have an even simpler starlock or other system that makes tool change a breeze...

Depends on your budget really as if it's for a "nice to have", toll rather than need,maybe manual Allen key toll change isn't an issue to you?? Having had the original green Bosch when they first arrived on scene (still going strong docs n definitely recommend Bosch green as well as blue) I've given that some serious grid including on sheet metal.

But I don't think you can go wrong with the main brands Fein Bosch Blue/green probably DeWalt too though I haven't seen it used their version, but as long as variable speed is available it's down to the power and features you want really...
Sorry not much use but without a budget and use case it's hard to be more specific.
gogopetemo22/11/2019 15:45

The chisel tool works well.Ive not tried the cutting tools.The sand paper …The chisel tool works well.Ive not tried the cutting tools.The sand paper velcro type attachment has worn down after its first few uses, so the sand paper no longer attaches


Did you just press too hard?? And wear through the paper?? I haven't had any problems with the sanding tool?? In fact I like it a lot as it's less aggressive than my actual Sanders, for finer work in awkward positions
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