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WORX WX667 Sonicrafter Oscillating Multi-Tool 230W £29.99 @  Positecworx / eBay
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WORX WX667 Sonicrafter Oscillating Multi-Tool 230W £29.99 @ Positecworx / eBay

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Posted 7th Jul

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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 blade
1 x 35mm standard end cut blade
1 x allen key
1 x universal adaptor
1 x rigid scraper blade
6 x sanding sheets
1 x sanding pad
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Shame it's the wired version. Thanks anyway OP.
Not the best I return mine last week, the sander pads lasted less then 2 mins before falling off.
Great machine! Had one of these serving me well for years. Bought another one (slightly better spec model) last time wickes had this on offer as a second/spare.
I brought this and it broke in the first week, overheated. Then my replacement also had the same problem. I recommend a Guild for 40 pounds from Argos.
m99rsr08/07/2019 09:43

I brought this and it broke in the first week, overheated. Then my …I brought this and it broke in the first week, overheated. Then my replacement also had the same problem. I recommend a Guild for 40 pounds from Argos.


Just a thought, where are the ventilation holes, I have similar tool, and the vents are right where you naturally put your hands, well my big paws!!..had to mentally reposition hands, but tool was fine after.
-these type of tool are great, BUT blo#dy noisy..just FYI
Bought a 400w draper one for 29 quid the other week.
Bought this past time it was £30 from eBay. Have done loads of fixes with it, mainly cutting the bottoms of outside doors to stop them scraping; garage, shed, greenhouse.
Thanks for posting @Claudiu.Corogianu we have added this to today's Highlights pages
neversay08/07/2019 07:03

Shame it's the wired version. Thanks anyway OP.


Wired is better on these things I think. They eat batteries for breakfast.
Baz_Kesh08/07/2019 07:19

Not the best I return mine last week, the sander pads lasted less then 2 …Not the best I return mine last week, the sander pads lasted less then 2 mins before falling off.


Tbf its better to get an actual sander. These are awesome for awkward stuff like floorboard.
Can anyone recommend a good cutting attachment for metal.
simplesays08/07/2019 21:20

Can anyone recommend a good cutting attachment for metal.


Depends on the type of metal you intend to cut.
was in the market for multi tool these last couple day

Decided on 10 quid multi blade for my grinder
I got one of these last time and it’s been brilliant, chopped up and old bed frame with it for the tip, sanded down some garden furniture and did my patio doors with it for repainting. Well chuffed!
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Yeah great little tool but as person has said the pads are rubbish and they fall off the Velcro. Here's a tip. To replace the triangular sanding pads with a descent brand just buy one big orbital sanding disk and you can cut up to six triangles out of that disc. Like slices of cake. Much cheaper that individual triangular pads.
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Edited by: "redeye22" 9th Jul
Whoa!!! So cheap!
redeye2209/07/2019 11:20

Not available anymore


Just added one in my basket and it works.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Jul
Got one, arrived today and seems like a decent product considering the price. Will rest years on my shelves for years now, as I've chopped my fingers but managed to finish the job. This tool would have been great. Voted hot!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Jul
This is one of those tools I would replace in a heartbeat if it went wrong ( in fact I did) because it is so useful (especially the saw attachment in confined spaces).
I bought a Fein version (excellent too), at much higher cost of course, after my cheapie version broke but unfortunately, from my experience, I wouldn't buy Worx stuff again.
Just used mine today while laying vinyl. I tend to forget about it but these are very handy. Mine must the next model having a lever to attach and remove the blades. I would definitely look for that feature, nothing to lose and saves time. This is probably a good price but I do not think I paid mych more in a Homebase clear out and I would pay more anyway for the better model.
micronX707/08/2019 19:15

Just used mine today while laying vinyl. I tend to forget about it but …Just used mine today while laying vinyl. I tend to forget about it but these are very handy. Mine must the next model having a lever to attach and remove the blades. I would definitely look for that feature, nothing to lose and saves time. This is probably a good price but I do not think I paid mych more in a Homebase clear out and I would pay more anyway for the better model.


Is that model the WX 686.1?
ajfuller107/08/2019 21:44

Is that model the WX 686.1?


The WX680. Came with case and a few bits.
Very good, better than the circular saw I bought as well at the time. The laser light is problematic, the tool itself is not the greatest. But like all makes, there is good and bad in the range. Bosch Professional is generally good though, angle grinder, drill and impact driver cannot be faulted imo.

Edit

I tried the mini circular saw today to reduce a wooden table top. It did do a decent job so perhaps OK for jobs like that.
Edited by: "micronX7" 8th Aug
micronX707/08/2019 22:31

The WX680. Came with case and a few bits.Very good, better than the …The WX680. Came with case and a few bits.Very good, better than the circular saw I bought as well at the time. The laser light is problematic, the tool itself is not the greatest. But like all makes, there is good and bad in the range. Bosch Professional is generally good though, angle grinder, drill and impact driver cannot be faulted imo.EditI tried the mini circular saw today to reduce a wooden table top. It did do a decent job so perhaps OK for jobs like that.


Great. Thank you
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