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Worx WX372.9 Cordless Hammer Drill (Bare) @ Argos - £23.99 (free C&C)
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Good deal, especially for those already with batteries, for what seems a decent cordless drill. Picked one up through the week and like my other Worx stuff the build quality seems… Read more

I can confirm that this drill works with Erbauer drill 18v 2.0ah batteries from Screwfix, tested in anger this evening, no problems, hope this helps.


Great find. Reserved, collected and already used it to fit a cooker hood this afternoon. It's a beast compared to my Bosch. Got loads of batteries and a charger. I've also got 2 spare 2ah batteries and spare charger from a lawn strimmer which I was going to get rid of on ebay. Wish you could get the bare tools more often as it sort of defeats the idea of sharing the batteries and not having to pay for extras.


Yeah I guess I was lucky, I was off work the week the guild dropped so I was able to buy it as soon as it was posted. Good drills for the price paid


I had the same plan except couldn’t get any local stock of the guild deal, so no use me buying this without the batts


All sources point to yes

Bosch GBH224D2 3 Mode SDS Plus Hammer Drill 240v at FFX for £89
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
£89 Tools Power Tools & Accessories Corded Power Tools Drills - Sds   Authorised Reseller   Bosch GBH224D2 3 Mode SDS Plus Hammer Drill 240v £89inc 20% UK VAT Li… Read more
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Looks like it's a normal case rather than an L Boxx


Once or twice a week! New dewalt tools are rubbish! Since they stopped manufacturing in America they have gone downhill. I had an old dewalt that voted for years regular until I upgraded just for the the fact I wanted a new tool and we all love a new toy(I mean tool (lol) ) but it started smoking on week 4 which shocked me. Sds wise Bosch professional are good, makita wood tools are the best but not really tried their sds. Obviously the likes of Hilti are top but who can fork out for them. Lol


Core drilling. How often? I use a dewalt but they last 5 minutes


Yes it has chisel function, I own this drill and it’s brilliant. I use it for core drilling and chasing channels for pipes it’s great

WORX Cordless Brushless Hammer Drill with 2 20V Batteries £79.99 @ Argos
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Argos Clearance deal: WORX Cordless Brushless Hammer Drill with 2 20V Batteries The Worx WX367 20V Max Lithium-Ion Brushless Impact Drill with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries, and a compact, … Read more
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Post from two weeks ago is here for anyone interested in reading further discussion on this item


Helps if people miss them. There are far too many people like you in this site that moan about every bloody thing.


Yes it does really if not people will keep reposting deals all the time not sure about you but i look for new deals not deals listed time and time again


Does it matter


This was posted a couple of weeks ago

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Wickes Drywall Hammer - 14oz £2
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Just came across this, thought i share. The round face of the hammer makes for easy nail driving and the blade will score drywall. Face Diameter: 38 mm Face Style: Checker C… Read more

Nice. Good first hammer. .


A better aim


i kinda want one of these for some strange reason, but £7.95 delivery i'll give it a miss. Great price if you can get it for £2


Just click and collect if you want the £2 price.


This is 9.95 with delivery and I can't see any option to click and collect?

Titan 710w Hammer Drill Instore £20 @ B&Q
LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Spotted in the Crewe store. Had a few at the front of store. Already got two hammer drills so haven't bought one, but seemed like a good deal for £20. Closest I can find similar a… Read more
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whats this like compared to the one posted? https://www.diy.com/departments/500w-corded-impact-drill-vid500hf/735538_BQ.prd £15 ?


I think SDS is the type of chuck that it uses. I think this is a standard 13mm chuck rather than the SDS fitment. And I think SDS can be used on just hammer action so it won't spin for things like chisels.


What's difference between this and sds?

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DeWalt DCK266M2T 18V 2 x 4.0Ah XR Brushless Hammer Drill and Impact Driver Twin Pack £249 via C+C @ Wickes
Refreshed 7th AugRefreshed 7th Aug28/08/2018Expires on 28/08/2018
Been looking around for a decent set of drills for a family member and noticed Wickes have this brushless twin pack, including a hammer and impact driver, charging dock and case on… Read more

just picked up mines today for £211 from wickes with trade discount


Yes exactly the same here was holding out for a discount code, also managed a 335N multi tool accessories and tstak without batteries for £114


Yea I grabbed the DEWALT DCK266P2 DCD796 DCF88 Twin with 2 x 5AH for £233.74 :) Glad I waited as nearly bought the Dewalt DCK2060S2T-SFGB DCD778 & DCF787 for £180 the other day (Has since gone up to £199.99). Rather spend the extra for the more highly rated drill and metal chuck


yeah that was one of the reasons i didn't snag it, i bought 796 with 5ah batts earlier. but a 795 with 4ah normally goes hot around £120 mark, so for a set with 2x3ah batts and the dcf887 as well for under £170 is still a cracking deal, would be ideal for someone whos primary tool would be the impact and don't mind the slightly older drill.


Only the 795 though compared to the 796

WORX Cordless 20v hammer drill with 2x batteries, charger and rigid toolcase complete with wide range of drills, screwdriver bits, etc.  3 year warranty!  Down from £129.99 to £89.99 (saving £40 - 30%) at Argos
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
I've had great service from a range of WORX tools including this hammer drill, though mine didn't come with the comprehensive toolcase set. This looks like pretty much everything … Read more

The hook and loop pad on my eight year old WORX palm sander was worn out. I asked them where I could get a new one and they sent me one FoC within 48hrs. I'm pleased to be able to say that's the only aftersales service I've had need of. :D


That's decent of them, and it's about time some of the big boys took note and followed suit. I don't have a downer on Worx, it's just their prices are unrealistic; they're selling DIY tools for nigh-on professional tool prices. They're just not built to the same quality spec and they don't have the back-up support demanding of a tool of their price. The warranty is the best example of that; if they were built to withstand daily hammer then they would back them for trade use because it would be a selling point, but they don't because they're not. Now I know you'll say "but their target market won't be giving them daily hammer", but that's not the point- it's scalable. If the warranty covers three years of sporadic use, then what lifespan has it realistically got? Hard to say obviously, but maybe five years? Maybe ten of very little use? Under the same usage then, what would be the predicted lifespan of a tool guaranteed for three years of daily, heavy use? Probably a lifetime. So when there's only ten quid between them why would you choose the one that is clearly not as well made? Then you've got spare parts support. I had to replace the back fence on my twelve-year-old Makita mitre saw last year. No probs, £8 and readily available. I just picked up a Makita planer for a tenner because it needed a new drive belt- again, no probs. On the contrary as far as I am aware you can't buy Worx spares anywhere; when it's dead it's dead. Positec have already discontinued their Worx Pro line save for a few saws, their Worx 2ah 12v batteries, and their 4ah Erbauer, along with a good chunk of the 12V range of tools. I wouldn't be surprised to see them disappear altogether before long, leaving anyone invested in that platform and needing a new battery screwed. I have absolutely no faith in them as a company (from my own dealing with them) and so again, when there's a tenner between them why choose the tool that you know has no support and so a limited lifespan? Then on top of all that you've got the price of batteries and (fast) chargers; even if the tools themselves were good value to start with, the minute you start to buy anything extra you're really paying through the nose, and that's where they've got you. If Worx stuff was half the price it is we wouldn't be having this debate, but it's not and so it's not good value and no doubt we'll continue to battle over it :D


I asked WORX about the charger warranty. Here's the reply: "Thank you for your email. I can confirm that your warranty does include the chargers. If we are able to assist you further please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind Regards Hannah Minhinnett Worx Helpline T: +44 (0) 345 202 9679" Looks like WORX may be your third notable exception and the warranty is better than Bosch's. I don't think the other brands are poor and nor do I think WORX are perfect but you seem to have a real downer on WORX which I don't think is fair. For a typical DIY user they offer good kit at good value prices (in my opinion) and it looks like they support it with their warranty too. I've bought several items directly from them through their ebay store when they had particularly good offers: very quick delivery and when, on one ocassion, their on-line description had a small, unintended error they were amazingly generous in their attempt to put it right.




I said "not many companies warranty chargers beyond the obligatory 12 months". That wasn't a slur against Worx but a statement of fact regarding most manufacturers; they are generally quite explicit about excluding chargers from extended warranties, two notable exceptions being Bosch (2 years) and Metabo (3 years). The Worx guarantee states that it excludes accessories, so as I said, this is down to whether they class a charger as an accessory or not. There is a different version of the warranty wording - one that has a UK service number as opposed to the one that you posted that has a US number - and on this version it is a bit more explicit about excluding accessories while at the same time being more vague about what exactly constitutes an accessory.

WORX Cordless Brushless Hammer Drill with 2 20V Batteries £79.99 @ Argos
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
I was after a hammer drill for a while actually bought this yesterday for £88.99 in the Argos sale and seen it’s nearly £10 cheaper today. It includes 2 batteries, and with the br… Read more
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Does Worx share batteries with any other brands?


At this level it makes next to no difference, it's just a marketing ploy.


I’d rather get this NON deal: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4048594 I’m a DIY’er and am not going to pretend or give a sh*t about what brushless actually means. I only need to fix bits and pieces from time to time.


...exactly. Try google.com and you'll find that that's standard price for all those items I mentioned.


Is the argos voucher on, spend £100 and get £10 gift card?

Guild 13mm Keyless Corded Hammer Drill - 750W @ Argos (C+C) - £24.79
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
This Hammer Drill is high powered and with 750 watts output, is ideal for heavy duty DIY drilling tasks. Designed primarily for use as a drill, but with reverse function, variable … Read more
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Bought one the last time it was on here and must admitt for the price it seemed a superb buy unfortunately first time using the drill chuck jammed and then would not tighten .Reading reviews elsewhere on the net off this drill I am not alone with this problem. Was returned to Argos and never bothered with another one. With the warranty I would still give one another try as again for the price I don't think you will beat it, it's a very powerful drill.


I've had two Energer items (circular saw and this drill), both of which didn't last very long at all before dying. Wouldn't recommend that brand at all, however I have many of the Guild brand items (mitre saw, stapler & this exact drill) none of which have let me down yet. The drill is very good at drilling through wood, breeze block and brick with the appropriate drill bit, although struggled to get into hard stone even with the hammer function. Just my two pence worth for anyone thinking of buying :D


I picked up the screwfix one mentioned above last week as I was away and needed a drill. It is fine for the occasialonal use and seems fairly robust. Speed control isn't as responsive as my Black and Decker.


Looking for a drill to fit into my drill stand. Cordless drills can't be used as they don't generally have the 'collar' needed. Heated Edit: neither the Argos nor the Screwfix drills have a speed control dial, thus making them less suitable for a drill stand).


This is going to be okay for someone who don't need to drill holes very often like me

Guild 1.3AH Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 18V Batteries £38.99 @ Argos (C+C)
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
This tool is suitable for drilling and screw driving into masonry, wood, metal and plastics. It has 24 torque settings, for delicate jobs such as screwing flat pack furniture, or f… Read more
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Got this from Argos yesterday for 34.99


Absent of any better deal, pay just £10 more for something like this: https://www.clasohlson.com/uk/Cocraft-LXC-DD18-2-Drill-Driver/18-3580

WORX 'Powershare' cordless, BRUSHLESS, hammer drill with 2x 20v batteries, fast charger and rigid case.  3 year warranty!  Just £88.99 at Argos Clearance.  Or £76.99 with one battery.
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Or the same with one battery for £76.99: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7179068 Note this is a brushless drill! I have a number of WORX powershare tools and have had great se… Read more

@Besford @ThanksForThat I'm with thanksforthat. Sorry Bedford


Like you wouldn't believe (y)


You'd like the last word - so please go ahead. I've had a very enjoyable night at the pub and now I'm going to bed :D . PS Just had a look at your posts: very good but I hope you have a real life too!


No I was referencing this: "What I am sure of is that they offer a more restricted range and accessories like batteries are more expensive". Which is incorrect on both points. The terms of the respective warranties say this is a DIY tool and the DeWalt a pro tool. No neither the Metabo or DeWalt are brushless (I said the Metabo wasn't in my last reply). But if you think that makes the Metabo worse than the Worx then you have a complete misunderstanding of the (potential) benefits of brushless. I did say I wouldn't personally buy the DeWalt- which again you ignored- but that's not to say it isn't still a superior tool; any product backed by a three year trade warranty is undoubtedly built to last. And I wouldn't recommend anything cheaper as I believe it to be false economy, but there's no way I'm getting into that debate. The only point I made, which I'll reinterate yet again, is that unless you are committed to the Worx system then this isn't a good deal and it's a no-brainer to spend the extra tenner on one of the others aforementioned, the Metabo being the better buy of the two. If you feel like dragging this out all night then please indulge me with your explanation of exactly what it is that makes the drill in your OP better than a more powerful drill from a better manufacturer with higher capacity batteries and a three-year trade warranty that also covers the batteries, and whose spare batteries are cheaper?


I think this must be what you are misquoting?: "When it comes to the likes of DeWalt, Makita, etc. and other 'pro gear' I'm really not sure that their bottom end stuff, made for the likes of Screwfix and the DIY sheds, is any better and is possibly poorer."? And you conveniently fail to answer points which don't fit your views: - Are the DeWalt and Metabo you mention brushless? - What would you suggest which IS much cheaper than the 'pro' stuff? I'm afraid this child answers back! I've watched you creating similar non-arguments with other posters before. You appear at first to know what you're talking about but you have a very blinkered view. Maybe best if you don't jump on every powertool post unless you have something more constructive to add.

50p stubby hammer!!! Reductions on selected rolson tools in-store @ Co-operative
LocalLocalFound 13th JulFound 13th Jul
You can't touch this (oh-oh oh oh oh-oh-oh) For you MC hammer fans ;) I know rolson tools are not Makita quality!!! But they wil still do a job for you.... At the prices the co-… Read more

You hit the nail on the head !!


In an Aussie accent = “That’s not a hammer...” (excited)



Is this hammer Phillips or Pozi-drive?


You posted a deal that saves you 50p? Costs more just to get to the store.

Comixology - Black Hammer Volumes 1 & 2 digital collected editions £1.25 each with code DH50.
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
https://www.comixology.co.uk/Black-Hammer-Vol-2-The-Event/digital-comic/627425? Dark Horse Weird Futures Sale (ends 09/07) and 50% off sale (ends 06/07) should stack. Black Hamm… Read more

Good deal, heat. I do miss the crazy times when new marvel collections were going for 69p, the sales since then have not been as appealing. i also recommend Aliens Dark Orbit. Any of the Mass Effect collections worth buying?

Guild 18v li-ion hammer drill and impact driver kit - £39.22 instore @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 1st JulFound 1st Jul
Spotted this in my local Homebase which I rarely visit, needed a new cordless drill and couldn’t complain at this kit for general diy. 2 x 1.5h 1hr quick charge batteries and carry… Read more
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All my other tools are Positec, I have a Titan Hammer Drill, Guild Drill, Two Worx Drills and a Worx Jigsaw which all use the same batteries.


Aw sad times, if it's any consolation, there's an angle grinder and reciprocal saw at Lidl which you can use the battery for? (obviously the normal impact and drill also but I assume you have the aldi one).


Can confirm that they do not fit. My Workzone impact driver just died so bought the Parkside one along with battery and charger instead. The Parkside 20V batteries are a lot larger than the Aldi ones so my existing batteries don't work


Picked these up a while ago at this price. Great deal. Both the drill and driver are still going strong and have been used a lot in that time. The driver is great and the drill fine for every day DIY.


I didn’t see any more tbh but I didn’t actually go down the power tool aisle I was just rushing around and spotted it on an end

Guild 13mm Keyless Corded Hammer Drill - 750W @ Argos £24.79
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
Was looking around for a hammer drill to do an outside tap and found this. Decent reviews which are actually better than the Wickes one posted a couple of days ago for £20
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Yep superb drill for the money but unfortunately mine had the problem with the chuck not securing the drill bit properly then it completely jamming up...went back same day.bit


Had the same issue (twice) and returned the drill


Same here. Used this drill over the past year or so whilst doing up my house. No problems at all.


For very occasional use corded is better than cordless as there's no messing around with charging batteries. I have this drill and it has been fine for the light diy work it's been used for.


Good price prefer corded hammers.


Also usable in IT


A cheap and effective anti-burglar device ;)


They bend easily


Not everything, but most, yes. When you're talking hammers you MUST buy quality if only for safety The American ones were great but too many have started having them made same place this Rolson is.... German though, probably trust theirs


Same at Poundland. Guess the price...

Bosch PSB 650 RE Hammer Drill - £31.99 from Amazon
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
This is now discounted even more to £31.99 looks like a decent price for a decent hammer drill 650W motor with up to 14 mm drilling diameter in stone Speed p… Read more

Depends on the drill bit. You can.


Had this for years and love it! My favourite and go to when the cordless can't deal with it


It should just about make it through a block of chedder cheese.


No mate I tried once on wall concrete but no luck


Will this drill into concrete?

Arm and hammer advance sensitive care at Poundland - £1
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Daily protection for sensitive teeth toothpaste

99p at Savers all the time


They are not explicitly labelled as such but esp cosmetics, toothpastes and other stuff. If whales get indigestion from plastic bags, ditto the micro organisms, bacteria, etc. I saw a video of it. Hence, a baking soda toothpaste may be better for us&environment but who knows what may be in it still...


I agree, they shouldn't have been allowed in toothpaste (or in anything else) but unfortunately they were, and still are, though they'll be banned in cosmetics from July. Plenty about it on the web, here's one quote; " In 2014 dental hygienist Trish Walraven spotted that plastic microbeads from Crest toothpaste was being embedded in patients’ gums, prompting her to launch her own investigations. She found that these blue specs (which were microbeads) don’t dissolve in alcohol or acetone, and that Crest avoids stating overtly that they are using polyethylene on their ingredient list on the tube."


Never heard of plastic balls in toothpaste, don't think that would be allowed in something you put in your mouth.


Am trying a pinkish Cordosyl baking soda ingredient. I think people choose baking soda as its safer than the minature plastic balls in other toothpastes and cosmetics. [Umm, 'plastic microbeads', I mean]

Wickes Rotary Hammer Drill - 1050W £20 Instore only @ Wickes
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Free c&c Wickes Hammer Drill is equipped with variable speed control and a 2 speed gearbox. Maximum Diameter (Masonry): 16 mm Maximum Diameter (Wood): 30 mm Maximum Diamet… Read more

Thanks for the explanation. I've read a few times just so it makes sense. (y) (y) (y)


Agree - There are 5 stores nationally with a total of 6 units in stock (possibly inventory errors). This seems like a good deal for the price but availability means this is only a good deal for 6 people max!


that helped me too ty


@crazyg A conventional (cam-action) drill moves the whole chuck back and forth to create the hammer action. That's what the drill in this post is. A rotary hammer uses an electro-pneumatic system to drive the drill bit back and forth within the chuck itself, and they always have an SDS chuck as opposed to a three-jawed chuck. Rotary hammer drills are far superior for hammer drilling, and can usually also be used in hammer-only mode (i.e. without the chuck rotating) for chiselling and demolition work. There's a bit more to the mechanics than that, but that's the differences in a nutshell (y)


same here all i know its great for jobs around the house

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