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WORX WX938 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Twin Pack for £79.99 at Worx Ebay
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WORX WX938 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Twin Pack for £79.99 at Worx Ebay

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Posted 22nd Sep

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I know it's been on here before, but the deal is back again and it's still a very good one. From authorised WORXS dealer too.
Great drill and impact driver set for DIYers.

Very good price at less than 80 quid with free delivery. The Combi drill on its own usually costs about the same so in effect getting a free impact driver.

  • Charger voltage: 100-240V ~50/60Hz
  • Rated Voltage: 20V Max
  • Max Drilling Capacity: Wood/Brickwork/Steel: 30mm/13mm/13mm/13mm
  • No-load speed: 0 – 400/0-1500/min
  • Impact rate: 0-6400/0-24000BPM
  • Number of clutch position: 18+1+1
  • Max torque: 40Nm
  • Chuck capacity: 13mm
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Add this to basket, along with something else over £20 and get £10 off with code POUNDSOFF
I purchased this set when it was on offer last time with the Ebay discount. They are okay for just general DIY but the biggest gripe I have with the drill is that the chuck loosens when drilling and then the drill bit eventually falls out, so you have to refit then re-tighten it again, and again, and again! The only positive is that their is always a good charge left in the batteries even after a few weeks of non usage. Power wise they are sufficient for local light weight DIY jobs.
Good point about the POUNDS OFF code - I forgot about that

Regards the chuck coming loose that is annoying but is is quite common across lots of brands. That doesn't make it right, but it's not an issue exclusive to Worx.
RedAndre22/09/2019 12:21

Good point about the POUNDS OFF code - I forgot about that Regards the …Good point about the POUNDS OFF code - I forgot about that Regards the chuck coming loose that is annoying but is is quite common across lots of brands. That doesn't make it right, but it's not an issue exclusive to Worx.


Good example to add could be the worx multitool that was posted for £29.99. You could get both for under £100.
BenLoco22/09/2019 11:53

Add this to basket, along with something else over £20 and get £10 off w …Add this to basket, along with something else over £20 and get £10 off with code POUNDSOFF


Thanks for this.
Like the common sense approach.
If you search this Worx website, they have 40V battery and charger for £29.95 and seperately listed is 40V battery for £69.95
I bought a battery and charger for the future as I know I will need it for some 40V appliance when they reach UK shores
BenLoco22/09/2019 13:22

Good example to add could be the worx multitool that was posted for …Good example to add could be the worx multitool that was posted for £29.99. You could get both for under £100.


It would be useful if you could share a link to the deal, please
Shame thee impact driver is 1/4" chuck instead of 1/2".
solid22/09/2019 14:07

It would be useful if you could share a link to the deal, please


Don't know how to link to the deal on the app, but if you search for Worx it's the 3rd one on the list.

Can link to eBay though if that helps.
Proveright22/09/2019 14:19

Shame thee impact driver is 1/4" chuck instead of 1/2".


What difference do these sizes make? Always wanted to know
Its the chuck size. Most people have half inch size sockets. So you need an adaptor if its a 1/4" size chuck. Plus 1/2" should be stronger .
Same with drill chucks, better to have 1/2" chuck and you can take bigger size drill bits.
1/4" chuck is normal for impact DRIVERs. If you intend using sockets with it you really need an impact WRENCH which usually have 1/2" drives. They are intended for different purposes.

If you want an impact wrench they have Parkside one in Lidl from 26th September for £59.99. That one claims to have 400Nm of torque and is intended for use with sockets - and I believe it comes with 4 of them.
Good deal (hot) but be aware that this is the lower performance impact driver in the WORX range: it has 107Nm torque (they do another model at around 175Nm which is currently reduced to this price for driver alone).

This deal is direct from the UK agent and I have found them to be very good.
Proveright22/09/2019 16:41

Its the chuck size. Most people have half inch size sockets. So you …Its the chuck size. Most people have half inch size sockets. So you need an adaptor if its a 1/4" size chuck. Plus 1/2" should be stronger . Same with drill chucks, better to have 1/2" chuck and you can take bigger size drill bits.


This is an impact driver, not impact wrench. It's a screwdriver, designed to hold screwdriver bits/bit holders.
Besford22/09/2019 17:59

Good deal (hot) but be aware that this is the lower performance impact …Good deal (hot) but be aware that this is the lower performance impact driver in the WORX range: it has 107Nm torque (they do another model at around 175Nm which is currently reduced to this price for driver alone).This deal is direct from the UK agent and I have found them to be very good.


yup just had a look at the 175nm one not a bad piece of kit, body only however it is brushless. wonder if its worthwhile for one of these or pretty much doubling budget to a dewalt
richard.senn22/09/2019 14:03

If you search this Worx website, they have 40V battery and charger for …If you search this Worx website, they have 40V battery and charger for £29.95 and seperately listed is 40V battery for £69.95I bought a battery and charger for the future as I know I will need it for some 40V appliance when they reach UK shores


What tools are 40v in the UK? Worx don't do any do they?
RedAndre22/09/2019 12:21

Good point about the POUNDS OFF code - I forgot about that Regards the …Good point about the POUNDS OFF code - I forgot about that Regards the chuck coming loose that is annoying but is is quite common across lots of brands. That doesn't make it right, but it's not an issue exclusive to Worx.


Had three different brands. Never had this lol but I had problem where you put the drill piece in lock with Bosch so stayed clear away from them.
Besford22/09/2019 17:59

Good deal (hot) but be aware that this is the lower performance impact …Good deal (hot) but be aware that this is the lower performance impact driver in the WORX range: it has 107Nm torque (they do another model at around 175Nm which is currently reduced to this price for driver alone).This deal is direct from the UK agent and I have found them to be very good.


I always forget to get one with higher nm. Do you have a link please? Thanks
MR112323/09/2019 10:46

I always forget to get one with higher nm. Do you have a link please? …I always forget to get one with higher nm. Do you have a link please? Thanks


Same site, just search.
Thanks for posting @RedAndre we have added this thread to the Highlights page
Bought one of these sets from Amazon a while back - used the impact driver to drive big tent pegs into and out of the ground.

The tent survived a battering of a thunder/rainstorm (78mm in 12 hours) up a mountain in Switzerland without being guyed down - literally it was just the 8 or so loops on the base screwed in.

Also used both to fit CCTV around my mates garage - light to handle when up a ladder and hold a decent charge - same charge for camping trip and CCTV fitting a few weeks later.

As others have said not for trade but OK for general household stuff, and the pack is small enough to store and keep in the car boot if thats your thing.
Noob here - what is an impact driver used for vs a drill?
Fantastic items, brought off 129.99 couple of years back when I brought my house. Batteries last for months once charged.
Complete noob at this, what drill bits do you recommend? And also what do I need for the impact driver to screw in things? Never owned this before, my hands are dead from IKEA jobs, so I thought I might pick one up!
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