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WORX WX679 250W Sonicrafter Multi-Tool Oscillating Tool with 18 Accessories - £29.99 @ positecworx  eBay
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WORX WX679 250W Sonicrafter Multi-Tool Oscillating Tool with 18 Accessories - £29.99 @ positecworx eBay

£29.99£64.9954%eBay Deals
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Refreshed 22nd Jan (Posted 19th Jan)Edited by:"saintagnes"
Been wanting one of these for a while and this seems a good price compared to the RRP of £80 (amazon £65)

New stock in so unexpired

More stock and new link applied

This deal has more lives than a cat or someone infected with the RAGE virus - new stock and pointing to next re-listing
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The WORX WX679 Sonicrafter is perfect for all your DIY needs. A powerful 250W motor and a 3.2° oscillation angle provides unrivalled cutting performance. The 18 included accessories make the Sonicrafter ideal for a variety of applications.

From precision cuts to flush cuts...from removing grout to trimming...from wood to metal to tiles, the possibilities are endless! The Sonicrafter performs a multitude of tasks including cutting, sawing, scraping, grinding, sanding and more.

The WORX unique Universal Fit System allows all multi-tool accessories to locate accurately on our newly designed Sonicrafter. It doesn't matter the brand, the model or the year purchased. No more driving across town to get the right blade.

No need to grapple with Spanners and Allen keys - the Hyperlock clamping system allows you to quickly change accessories without the need for tools. The clamp provides over 1 ton clamping force, to ensure your accessories do not loosen in the middle of a project.

Technical Specifications
  • Rated Power: 250W
  • Voltage: 230-240V
  • Oscillations Speed: 11,000 - 20,000/min
  • Oscillations Angle: 3.2°
  • Tool Weight: 1.3 kg

Included in your purchase:
  • x1 WX679
  • x1 35mm Wood end cut blade
  • x1 35mm Circular cut blade
  • x1 Sanding Pad
  • x15 Sanding Sheets
  • x1 Carry bag

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joyf453613 m ago

Hubby says he wonders how he survived without one of these. He doesn't use …Hubby says he wonders how he survived without one of these. He doesn't use his tool every day but says it works great when he does (his opinion!)


That's what happens when your married
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Great price
Almost giving it away!
Got one of these, excellent bit of kit. Hot.
Great deal thanks.. just ordered 😃
Thanks OP, ordered.
Ordered Ty op
Is 250w adequate when there are 350, 400 and 450w versions?
Thank you - ordered! Almost got green Bosch for £60!
Very nice. Hot.
I have one of these, not sure if it is the exact model but can say the lever on the top to lock the blades in place is very good. Some require an Allen key which is not only long winded but something else to keep an eye on.
The tool itself is good too but not all Worx products follow suit.
nidgesy19/01/2019 11:17

Is 250w adequate when there are 350, 400 and 450w versions?


Not sure, probably better than a battery one. Was happy to dip in at this price to see whether I would use it sufficiently
Very cheap.. different league to the cheap options you can get. I paid £20 for an unbranded in JTF. Burnt it out and decided to get this model. The power difference is incredible and made the jobs 10 times easier.
The accessories are £19.99 alone. Damn you HUKD, I already have one of these but had to get another as a ‘spare’ !
Hubby says he wonders how he survived without one of these. He doesn't use his tool every day but says it works great when he does (his opinion!)
joyf453613 m ago

Hubby says he wonders how he survived without one of these. He doesn't use …Hubby says he wonders how he survived without one of these. He doesn't use his tool every day but says it works great when he does (his opinion!)


That's what happens when your married
Great price. Ordered
Grabbed one. Thanks.
saintagnes7 h, 7 m ago

Not sure, probably better than a battery one. Was happy to dip in at this …Not sure, probably better than a battery one. Was happy to dip in at this price to see whether I would use it sufficiently


Already have a battery one and wondered how much better this would be. Like the fast change feature.
GAH. The listing has ended now. Missed it
Great tool bought one at a similar price last year and it always comes in handy for DIY jobs
tiredhorses1 h, 22 m ago

GAH. The listing has ended now. Missed it


Looks still live to me.
Love this it just worx everytime
I believe it is gone. "This item is no longer available."
Dam, I could have done with one of these
HarrisoG1 h, 50 m ago

Hi all,These have been re-listed! …Hi all,These have been re-listed! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/183645961287Enjoy


Thanks mate- have unexpired.
Perfect! Ordered
unavailable19th Jan

I believe it is gone. "This item is no longer available."


New link works. Ordered. Thanks
Ordered thanks!
Ta very mucho...
Great price, I have the cordless version which is definitely worth the extra money for the flexibility it provides.
dawson_2521 m ago

Great price, I have the cordless version which is definitely worth the …Great price, I have the cordless version which is definitely worth the extra money for the flexibility it provides.


Cord does put me off tbh.
Any cordless on offer?
I prefer corded as cordless tools seem to knacker batteries when left unused for a while so if your not a trades man use ing them everyday corded is best imo
Ordered, though I have no need for this
Thanks ordered

Damm in wickes its priced at 99.99


wickes.co.uk/Wor…293
Edited by: "chiefs1" 22nd Jan
OoEliteoO22/01/2019 19:31

I prefer corded as cordless tools seem to knacker batteries when left …I prefer corded as cordless tools seem to knacker batteries when left unused for a while so if your not a trades man use ing them everyday corded is best imo


Old Ni-cd ones, yes; modern Li-ion ones, no: they hold charge for a year and batteries last much longer.
Thanks ordered
Besford22/01/2019 19:56

Old Ni-cd ones, yes; modern Li-ion ones, no: they hold charge for a year …Old Ni-cd ones, yes; modern Li-ion ones, no: they hold charge for a year and batteries last much longer.


I'm on my third makita battery :/
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