Worx WX680 350Watts Sonicrafter F30 Universal Oscillation Multi-tool  HOMEBASE £40  Instore
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Worx WX680 350Watts Sonicrafter F30 Universal Oscillation Multi-tool HOMEBASE £40 Instore

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Found 15th JanMade hot 15th Jan
I have been looking to purchase this for a while and came across it in Homebase (Greengates - Bradford) reduced to £40.
This is instore as web price is still full price.
Argos has it at £65

Price ticket stated CLEARANCE was £79.99

For the specs at 350W I think this is a great price.

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Got one, these are great tools.

These have been on sale for months in various homebase at a few prices.

it has been a bit of a lottery of when stores have timed their reductions.

some cleared their stock and then got more in at the higher prices.

getmore4less

These have been on sale for months in various homebase at a few prices.it … These have been on sale for months in various homebase at a few prices.it has been a bit of a lottery of when stores have timed their reductions.some cleared their stock and then got more in at the higher prices.



^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THIS EXACTLY ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

which make £40 an OK price, but frustrating when your local wont drop the price the same as the rest of them lol... mine also got in new stock and ramped the prices straight back up, missed the second price drop too but I got what I needed in the end..only mistake was buying the non-boxed version by mistake ...Whoops... so excited to see it at £20 I jumped, but hey its worth that seems a decent tool

This cuts much faster than my Bosch multi tool and has less vibration, very pleased with it. Got mine for £35 a couple of months ago in Homebase clearance. Some of the Works branded blades are still on offer in-store, picked up a 3 pack of wood blades for £4.95 (£17.95 on Amazon) yesterday, they also had Works 5 blade selection packs for £8.95.

Aldi regularly do their version of this for about 20 quid if I remember rightly, so no great shakes

I got one on here last year for £9.99 at maplins, great DIY tool

These are the best tool for getting floorboards up. I've even used one for chasing wall channels.

Save the Pound

Aldi regularly do their version of this for about 20 quid if I remember … Aldi regularly do their version of this for about 20 quid if I remember rightly, so no great shakes



£29.99, chum.

Similar is £28.99 in Clas Ohlson

I've got one of these and used it for fitting a bathroom. It's not very strong after it replaced a saxton multi tool which was a better performer and worth getting over this. I found the attachments would sometimes rotate.

moneyfornothing

I've got one of these and used it for fitting a bathroom. It's not very … I've got one of these and used it for fitting a bathroom. It's not very strong after it replaced a saxton multi tool which was a better performer and worth getting over this. I found the attachments would sometimes rotate.



How can the attachments rotate? they are multi-pinned?? unless you didnt tighten the blade clamp?

These are an absolute must if you're doing a lot of DIY. I've been renovating a house since last May and I would have been lost without this. Worth every penny

pa55word123

Similar is £28.99 in Clas Ohlson


£34 inc delivery.
The Sonicrafter is a better made more powerful 350w machine, (the genuinely large oscillation angle compared with other cheap brands really makes a difference) with solid storage case, 2 blades (inc, Bi-metal premium blade) and 26 sanding sheets + pad, longer power lead and decent 3 year warranty from a well known make.

IWANTBLUE

How can the attachments rotate? they are multi-pinned?? unless you didnt … How can the attachments rotate? they are multi-pinned?? unless you didnt tighten the blade clamp?



​yes they are pinned but the plate on the tool where the pins locate isn't as good as the other one i had. try and you'll see what i mean

got this, one of the tools i use often, blades are universal fit so don't need expensive brand replacements.
Used the scraper blade just recently and made a great job of removing tiles from a stud wall.

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Gone over £100 in Argos.
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