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WORX WX938 18V (20V MAX) Li-Ion Impact Driver and Hammer Drill - positecworx@Ebay
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WORX WX938 18V (20V MAX) Li-Ion Impact Driver and Hammer Drill - positecworx@Ebay

£89.99£99.9910%eBay Deals
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Posted 25th Nov 2018
At the moment there is £10 off until the 30/11/2018. The main thing that stands out from some other posting larger Battery 1.5 Ah and you can buy 2.0Ah Battery pack for £29.99 they also do a 4Ah for £59.99 and 6 Ah for £79.99 Plus Twin Fast Charger for £39.99.

Key features of the WX386 Hammer Drill

  • Complete with two 20V MAX batteries and a charger,
  • Heavy-duty 13mm chuck with safety lock and all-metal gears for increased durability
  • Variable 2-speed design covers a wide range of drilling, fastening and hammer applications
  • 18+1+1 position clutch allows excellent torque management
  • Built in LED light for work in dark areas and 20s LED delay after trigger release
  • Compact and lightweight design for narrow spaces

Technical Specifications of the WX386

  • 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

Key features of the WX260 Impact Driver

  • Aluminium gear housing for durability and prolonged life
  • Built in LED light for work in dark areas and 20s LED delay after trigger release
  • Convenient belt clip frees your hands for multitasking
  • Compact and lightweight design for narrow spaces

Technical Specifications of the WX260

  • Battery pack: 20V MAX
  • Charging time: 120min
  • No-load speed: 0-2500/min
  • Impact rate: 0-3000 bpm
  • Max torque: 107Nm

Included in your purchase:

  • x1 WX386 Hammer Drill
  • x1 WX260 Impact Driver
  • x2 1.5Ah Batteries
  • x1 Charger
  • x1 Carry Bag
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Though I'm a WORX fan and I think this is a good price I also think potential buyers need to be aware that 107Nm torque on the impact driver is pretty low. I don't know what this means in use but my Ryobi one has 220Nm and I have an Erbauer one (also made by Positec like the WORX one) which claims 140Nm. I think the message must be to ensure this is up to your needs before buying; if it is then great!

110 is very low indeed.

Check out this YouTube video, the Makita has 175nm and the Milwaukee has 210nm.

I own the Makita one in this video too but use my Bosch pro most as it has 245nm and the difference is night and day.

Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 29th Nov 2018
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