Seems they have sold out now, but can place order and wait for new stock to arrive.
If the max cut diameter is 16cms must be good for tsmall trees.
Seems they have sold out now, but can place order and wait for new stock to arrive.
If the max cut diameter is 16cms must be good for tsmall trees.
Mods please expire it the deal has ended
Not at all, this is an impact driver (y)
How does it compare the ,parkside 12 1.5 drill driver Lidl !
No, the DCB115, the DCB115 is XR EDIT: Sorry, it looks like they did an older version that wasn't, but the current DCB115 is XR.
Assume it's the XR charger - DCB112 not the DCB115?
Aldi have a 16" 41cc chainsaw on their website, I've owned one for a couple of years without a single problem, £79.99
They had one WG303E 2000W 40cm one in Wakefield Wickes for £59.99 if that's of any use to anyone. But in a previous deal someone said it's the same as the TITAN TTB355CHN from screwfix which is £49.99
You are right. Wouldn’t surprise if they all manufacture from the same company in China.
They are probably the same machine badged under various names for different companies. Used our Titan one again today to cut up rotten fence panels. If you have a big job, like clearing a garden, these are well worth fifty quid.
Agreed, I would never use it at an industrial level like a tree surgeon so any cheap one would do.
Expect to see a lot of these type of deals, the 2018 40v model is out now so a lot of suppliers will be looking to clear out old stock.
These really are unjustifiably expensive. I'd rather have the "inconvenience" of a plug in one with an extension cable and good hose pipe for £50 less
Mines fine for cleaning the car and bike but it's never going to replace a Karcher
Feel better I missed it now :)
My dad bought one of these and its junk. No power. How they can call it a pressure cleaner i don't know
I’ve just reported it as expired .Thanks :-)
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No stock around Belfast
Depends how long it's grown. 😁
Will this be ok to cut my artificial turf?
I had similar experience..the battery ran out in no time & I was literally running to empty the bag but still couldn't finish even half of my medium sized garden(200m2). I wasted the entire weekend lawn mowing multiple times as it takes around 3 hours to charge but just 20 mins to die. Happy with Argos "No quibble returns policy" though. Still trying to figure out my next purchase :/
crap mower and the battery is awful too. took it straight back and got myself a mountfield petrol one
Price now up to £199.99
yes i love it .. empty bag more often if you having to rake after cutting or cut more often..had to smile at women across the rd using corded mower. cord kept getting in way and she whipping the cord out the way.lol cordless is the way to go.
Picked this up yesterday after looking at various ones for over a month. Deliberated so much was getting on my nerves. Used it today on front and back lawns roughly 120m squared in total. Did them in one go and still had enough battery to strim the front and back. One battery did die when strimming (not a problem as strimmer uses 1 at a time) but it did both lawns on turbo mode first due to time between the last cut. Using it on eco mode for the sequential cuts will probably last even longer should you need it to. Absolute game changer for me coming from a corded flymo. Well happy with it and would definitely recommend. 8)
I can second this. This isn’t a deal because the product isn’t quality. I took mine back for a refund. The motor kept smoking and the grass wasn’t exactly elephant grass. Shocking, nothing I can say good about. Put a few extra bob towards something better and more powerful
900W, no power! Need 1200w min. This is what I just bought - 50quid OFF! (had a S&J that lasted years.) Strimmer is basic and crap, so sold it. Not many left in any Argos round here now. AND plus is 34cm blade. Most have 32cm. 7 height positions too. Bit OT because the lowest is what most need unless your grass is 6 ins high. RECOMMEND HIGHLY, good brand and ...works! http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5209356 (highfive)
May I ask where from please. Need some for mine. Thanks
Liking the lights in your decking. Are they mains powered?
Toolstation no longer have stock by the looks of it.
Really handy video thanks, I bought a Worx drill earlier in the year so have the charger and battery already so quite like the look of this.
Has anyone used this? (on ebay even cheaper) https://www.amazon.co.uk/NUZAMAS-Pressure-Electric-Cleaner-Sprayer/dp/B07355WJNP/ref=sr_1_1?rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1525382780&sr=8-1&keywords=portable+pressure+washer+12v&refinements=p_76:419158031
Hedge trimmer with battery was £60 at Argos last weekend, might still be on offer.
That's the point of power share. If you have another Worx product then you already have a battery.
If you don't need it immediately then the one I got is 710w and comes with 3 blades, cost me £84 and it's been even lower. Maybe worth putting a camel alert on?
Very useful, but mine always pulled to the left for some reason. Amazon refunded no problem and I went for the 700w version instead. Not actually tested it yet though as finished the job I was doing.
I know this is a cheapy compared to the likes of Makita etc... and its not cordless... but i got one of these last year when i moved house and it has been one of the most useful tools in my arsenal when renovating the new house. I have used it to board out loft, adjusting floorboards when re-routing plumbing, and numerous other household projects. I also got a log burner installed and use this every time i need to cut small pieces of soft wood timber (work gets in loads of 2m pallets i vut up and use on top of hard wood). Invaluable to me... so heat :-)
Why the negatives - just ordered mine after borrowing a friends a few weeks ago - excellent piece of kit for removing t and g floorboards when laying new c/heating pipes, Thank you OP for posting. £5 Argos voucher off price as well You Tube review of similar US version without case https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_kLgK0t-OQ
Thanks for the great review. You have pretty much captured my thoughts on it. I so want to like the mower but it does look a little underpowered and flimsy for my lawn which can be a bit of a beast to tame. Weirdly the only cable i have ever cut through was on a hedge trimmer so think this deal stacks up!
Battery-wise it's great and being small it is easy to use, although it doesn't have a wide cutting width so there's more 'up and down' in the garden (one 10mx12m lawn and one 8mx8m). My reason for buying it was that not having to mess about with cables meant I could nip out and do the lawn quickly, for which it works well (for me). Oh and it's relatively quiet. The two niggles I have are (i) that the build quality is a bit flimsy - I'm worried about knocking off the wheels, and (ii) that it very easily jams up if you are cutting damp grass - so it's a fine/dry weather mower. That's after coming from a Bosch corded mower which felt very robust and would tackle even wet grass. Put together with the hedge trimmer (that I haven't tried yet) and the strimmer (which worked well yesterday) then I'm overall happy to have the Worx battery gear for the circa-£200 I paid for the lot of them. It's a budget solution though and, just like with electric cars, it's early days for battery technology so you have to pay a premium for the high-quality gear from the good brands. I could see with the Worx that it will last me a few years but expect to be replacing it in the medium term with better kit as the tech improves. N. PS ... and I don't have to worry about mowing, cutting or strimming through an electric cable!
How do you find the mower? I have a number of Worx powershare drills and am thinking of taking the plunge into the garden tools.....
This is only really a hedge trimmer. The maximum width of wood it can cut through is 14mm so anything bigger than that will not fit between the blade teeth anyway. For small trees, I use a long arm tree pruner with telescopic arms that has a lopper for cutting branches up to 30mm and a saw for cutting through thicker branches. Unless you need to cut down trees or cut logs, a chainsaw is overkill for pruning trees and potentially dangerous if not operated safely. They should not be used up ladders or held above your head and there is always the danger of kickback with them too.
Are they good for trimming only? Can you cut small trees with them as well? Or I should just get a chainsaw and do both with it? Or chainsaw isn't good for trimming as well and I would have to buy both after all? Sorry for silly questions, never had to deal with bushes/trees before.
Annnnd it’s back up to 199!
Expire please. Now £199
Ok, here's my review after using them twice now. I've live in modern 2 bed semi, with an average sized front and rear lawns. It's hard to give a size,if you think about in terms of car park space sizes, it's about 4 at the front and around 5-6 at the rear. First use; The grass was partly wet and quite tall in places. I placed the height adjustment about 3 slots from the top so that it had a chance to get through the longer areas. I did use on of the batteries in the trimmer to begin with to cut along the edges. I also had it set on turbo mode the whole time. it almost lasted long enough to do the trimming and front and back lawns (in turbo mode). However it dropped to 2 bars and then would cut out as the battery had drained. I will also point out that I was mulching the grass and hadn't realised that the door at the back wasn't open, and therefore grass was collecting around the blade area, which probably didn't help! Second use; This time I used one battery in the trimmer to trim the edges of the front grass and then the 2nd battery to trim the rear garden. I then put both batteries into the mower and set it to Eco mode as the grass was now dry. I lowered the cutting height to around half way, or I think position 4. This time it had plenty of battery power to do both lawns after using the trimmer. Conclusion; I am very pleased with them. For me personally, living in a small 2 bed semi, this set is perfect and it means I will be mowing regularly instead of letting the grass get really long. I'm moving more towards cordless products having also recently made the switch to a Dyson V7 motorhead pro! Going cord free is definitely the way forward. 8)
Same battery - Lawn mower uses 2 and the strummer uses 1. Found both work well now after a few uses
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You speak through your rear end sir! (annoyed) . PS it's £31.99.
It is if that £10k car without the engine generally sells for £16k. Which drill w/batts are you referring to out of interest, if you're aware of something specific currently available, can u link me up pls? Thanks!
I only said £39 for a bare unit is not a deal, everything else, thats your interpretation...
I agree with all you say, I only said the price is not right for a bare unit. I bought a bosch with 2 batteries plus charger plus case, for £42
That would be stolen in a heartbeat in my area...
Having second thoughts about this now. It has still not arrived and grass has been growing wild so I had to buy a new mower and trimmer to deal with it. No use for the robot really now...
Thanks, just took the plunge after thinking long and hard about it. Think it's out of stock at the moment but should have it in the next couple of weeks
What is the expected life of a battery in one of these with a daily cut of a 200sqm garden? 2-3 years?
Thanks for the reply
I have one of these use it to wash my caravan when in secure storage which has no power or water supply it takes me about 30 LTRs of water and 3 battery's to rinse foam and rinse again and for extra battery's you can pick up the Erbauer rechargeable battery's from Scewfix which work out a lot cheaper then the worx ones and work just as good.
Good price if you dont need extras,i got from Argos with some extras for 120 ,Love the idea as it is portable,i keep in my car boot and i live in an apartment,i can wash my car more frequenctly and found battery to be just enought for 1 full car wash that is rinse,foam and rinse .Note it is by no means to replace a mains pressure washer but it is a product category with power in between Garden hose and mains pressure washer. I wish i could find the 2litre bottle Adapter accessory which will make it even more perfect for a quick rinse.
I purchased one of these from Toolstation (cheapest online) and am very pleased with the product. Portability is the main feature and the pressure is pretty good too, not too powerful to strip the coating off the motorhome and to damage the seals on the motorbike. The battery life is pleasing, just plug and charge straight after.
So it's a 5 hour recharge for a 16 minute squirt.
Use a back mounted pump action pressure sprayer, it will have more pressure than this and last longer than the 16 minutes this does. :)
The Aldi one for £49.99 is so much better than this, I found this grossly underpowered, the Aldi one is 710W and kicks a$$.
Couldn't imagine cutting floorboards tongues with a chainsaw. Not saying it wouldn't be fun.
It's a bit like when ipads came out and people asked if they needed one if they have a netbook. No but they are handy.
I've got a corded saw and a cordless one..... Do I need this?
The CPS kept the ones of my DIY chainsaw job on the ex husband... ;)
Homebase have had a Worx store lottery for nearly 2 years now, some store on sale some stores on clearance, prices going back up then down on a store by store basis, still had some Worx stuff in ours a couple of weekends ago.
Had the chance to use mine now. Obviously lacks the power of a mains one but it does the job which is all that matters. Still 18 left in stock at toolstation!
Just collected mine from Toolstation (and returned one to Argos). Amazing price, little more than half what it's been on sale for in most places and also little more than the price of a battery and charger kit alone (albeit that's with a faster charger, though slow charging extends the life of batteries so not a bad thing). Just need some gardening weather now!
Thanks OP, bought it, been waiting for a while for this sort of price. Hopefully with the 4ah batteries i got with my drill i'll be able to do the whole hedge.
Having posted this at an even better price at Toolstation I'm expiring this thread but if Argos is more convenient for you you should still be able to click the link and reserve at this price.
Got a number of Worx tools, and can't resist a bargain. I don't have a hedge.
That's disappointing to hear: I've been very happy with all my other WORX stuff and this has been genuinely on sale for £120 most places until now. I'd better not sell my mains one until I've tried it! Do you have one or do you just not like WORX? What have you tried it on?
Very poor on hedges buy a better brand
I was able to walk away with a marked down price on the 19th I couldn't find it on the shelf so asked a lady about the £27 worx saw, she said that i could order it for home delivery for £33 so I went throught the order process and they managed to find some hidden away in store when i went to self service scanned at £60 I asked another lady who was a little confused at the price difference on the different systems but in the end marked it down for me but told me that she wouldn't be able to sell me any more at this rate
Confirmed £60 now
Apparently this saw has now gone back to the £60... DIY.com still currently showing at the £27, currently NO sign in store I am in, and if you go to checkout it IS £60....who knows!! -IF you are stood in front of the sign at £27, and you want it, I suggest buy it now, tomorrow maybe too late..the reduction signs are going, and DIY.com likely to be updated soon...
Which store was this
OOS now so I've expired it.
Bought the cordless version with laser from argoose for £34 I think it was just before xmas
Cheers for the info, picked one up. Too good to miss out and 3 year Warranty. Luckily they were in the end of the tools section and not in their main clearance section. Still 3 left when I brought mine earlier.
I'll can sell them for 50p if i haven't got any in stock too. Typical argos
Looks good but reviews aren't encouraging. Here's another: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6216575
Just one left now (Kelso) so expiring this thread but may still be available at Argos on ebay if you're searching.
That would have made so much more sense with one little comma in the right place! ;)
Quick release the wild geese ....
Seems to be additional availability at the same price via Argos ebay; worth a look anyway if you're searching: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Worx-20V-1-5Ah-Li-On-2-Gear-Cordless-Drill-Driver-20v-1300rpm-Argos-eBay/361612168287?epid=1756948303&hash=item5431c3cc5f:g:k2cAAOSwP4daq2rN
I almost never drill into something heavy like masonry, I had a corded drill but it's much more convenient using this cordless one particularly in the garden. Even in the house it's handy not to have to dig out am extension lead each time.
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