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WORX WX933 18V DIY Tool Kit: Combi Drill, Impact Driver and Worxsaw £119.95 delivered @ positecworx eBay
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WORX WX933 18V DIY Tool Kit: Combi Drill, Impact Driver and Worxsaw £119.95 delivered @ positecworx eBay

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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Nice set of worx tolls, with two batteries

  • x1 18V Li-ion Combi Drill (WX371)
  • x1 18V Impact Driver (WX290)
  • x1 18V Worxsaw Compact Circular Saw (WX523)
  • x2 1.5Ah Batteries
  • x1 3hr charger.



Combi Drill

• 13mm keyless chuck for one hand operation variable 2-speed design covers a
wide range of drilling, fastening and hammer drilling applications
• 18+1+1 position clutch allows excellent torque management
• LED light for better sight in dark areas compact and lightweight design for going through narrow spaces
• Power share battery platform allows the 20V battery to be interchangeable with other 20V WORX tools
• 2 torque settings
• 1500Rpm chuck details
• Drilling capacity for wood 30mm, steel 13mm and masonry 8mm

Impact Driver

• No Load Speed: 0-2500/min
• Impact Rate: 0-3000/bpm
• Chuck Size: 6.35mm Hex
• Max Torque: 107N.m

Compact Circular Saw
The cordless Worxsaw is one of the most versatile tools in the WORX range and is the ideal replacement for your bulky and now unnecessary traditional circular saw. The 20V Worxsaw is a multi-functional adjustable circular saw that can cut through wood, thin metal, ceramic, plastics and more with ease. The innovative plunge mechanism with Laserguide technology provides you with the ultimate cutting accuracy
and safety. Whilst it's cordless nature allows for use in even more areas without the complications of cords.
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22 Comments
Expensive for an unknown brand
Zaphod9901/12/2019 19:46

Expensive for an unknown brand


Worx have been around for a while, tools are not bad at all.
Shame it only comes with a 3hr charger, although this might not be a problem for people who already have other works tools.
I had this saw and returned it. Couldn't cut through OSB (shed roof, maybe 25mm) if that helps.
Zaphod9901/12/2019 19:46

Expensive for an unknown brand


These are brilliant tools, certainly not unknown. I have used many and deal with selling a lot of various power tools from hitachi to makita to milwaukee and not just for price but performance too these win hands down.
Zaphod9901/12/2019 19:46

Expensive for an unknown brand


Unknown to some obviously, but generally quite well known and in my experience very reliable.
I wouldn't call WORX an UNKNOWN brand... they've been around for a while and from my experience are very reliable.

Shame this set doesn't come with 2Ah batteries and a quick charger. The 3h one is slow...
Zaphod9901/12/2019 19:46

Expensive for an unknown brand


Positec have been making power tools for 25 years. First contracted to manufacture for Black and Decker, then creating their own brands.

Decent stuff. Good for the average DIYer on a budget I would say.
Zaphod9901/12/2019 19:46

Expensive for an unknown brand


Really - you should get out more
Bargain! Great tools. Ive had the drill for years and bought the compact circular saw last year. Think i paid nearly this much just for the saw! Although it came with 2ah battery and quick charger
FreddytheFrog01/12/2019 20:00

I had this saw and returned it. Couldn't cut through OSB (shed roof, maybe …I had this saw and returned it. Couldn't cut through OSB (shed roof, maybe 25mm) if that helps.


25mm OSB is quite tough, this is possibly under powered for that. I have cut 22mm Marine Ply with mine, no problems.
I find worx tools great I have drill, leaf blower, strimmer, lawn mower and jet wash all cordless.
And except for the jet wash which is more like a strong hose pipe pressure have had no problems.
Edited by: "sonygeezer" 2nd Dec 2019
3 hr charger ? And impact driver with only 107nm torque. That's equivalent to my 10.8v Bosch. Not good for 100mm plus wood screws in joists etc
trex04/12/2019 22:04

3 hr charger ? And impact driver with only 107nm torque. That's equivalent …3 hr charger ? And impact driver with only 107nm torque. That's equivalent to my 10.8v Bosch. Not good for 100mm plus wood screws in joists etc


But for price of your Bosch impact driver you'll get 3 different tools.

So not really good comparison.
trex04/12/2019 22:04

3 hr charger ? And impact driver with only 107nm torque. That's equivalent …3 hr charger ? And impact driver with only 107nm torque. That's equivalent to my 10.8v Bosch. Not good for 100mm plus wood screws in joists etc


Stop the clock!!!! We have a winner for the daft tool police comment.
100mm wood screws in joists??? Nobody should buy worx OR 10.8v Bosch for that application on a regular basis.
You’ve missed the point of what this deal offers and the individuals who would benefit from this kit...
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vostro04/12/2019 22:10

But for price of your Bosch impact driver you'll get 3 different tools. …But for price of your Bosch impact driver you'll get 3 different tools. So not really good comparison.


Not quite. Impact driver plus hammer drill with 2x 2ah and 40 min quick charge for 120. 10.8v. so only extra u get is a circular saw.

I suppose it's ok for diy as long as not used excessively and for big application.
Pointlessusername05/12/2019 07:58

Stop the clock!!!! We have a winner for the daft tool police comment.100mm …Stop the clock!!!! We have a winner for the daft tool police comment.100mm wood screws in joists??? Nobody should buy worx OR 10.8v Bosch for that application on a regular basis.You’ve missed the point of what this deal offers and the individuals who would benefit from this kit...[Image]


What a comment.

My point was for 18v the tools are quite underpowered. I've had a challenge drill for years so keep your tackle poster in your cupboard.

Price wise - probably good but as said the tools are for basic applications so for basic to intermediate DIY probably ok.

I'd personally invest in better tools. You never know when you'll need the extra grunt.
Edited by: "trex" 5th Dec 2019
trex05/12/2019 08:11

What a comment.My point was for 18v the tools are quite …What a comment.My point was for 18v the tools are quite underpowered. I've had a challenge drill for years so keep your tackle poster in your cupboard.Price wise - probably good but as said the tools are for basic applications so for basic to intermediate DIY probably ok. I'd personally invest in better tools. You never know when you'll need the extra grunt.


If you don’t want to be tackleberry.... you can be hightower.... now you can put your ruffled feathers away as I’ve massaged your male pride...
Pointlessusername05/12/2019 15:47

If you don’t want to be tackleberry.... you can be hightower.... now you c …If you don’t want to be tackleberry.... you can be hightower.... now you can put your ruffled feathers away as I’ve massaged your male pride...


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Edited by: "trex" 5th Dec 2019
Such a shame was literally about to buy but price showed £199.99... Better Lucy next time.... Good time for those who got cheaper
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