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WORX WR142E M700 Landroid Robotic Mower 700m - £650 @ Amazon
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Posted 29th JulPosted 29th Jul
Cheapest price during the summer (depending on your view of the weather) according to the 3 camels. Good if you have the lawn setup for it and have been holding out for one.

Do you know how big 700m2 actually is? We're not talking your typical modern 10-20 m2 patch of grass here, Plus, as pointed out, no everybody is fully mobile or able bodied unfortunately.


I can only imagine how lazy you where to type that comment and not write it and hand delivery it to HDUK HQ It's about what you do with the time that you get whilst not mowing the lawn; I'm an active guy, and a busy man most days - thanks to this bot, instead of the mowing the lawn I can do other things. Or, people just like to spend some valuable time with their friends and family. Don't be so judgemental - if you like to mow the lawn, and have that time spare, then great; don't prusme everyone is lazy just beacuse they don't live teh same life as yours


Judgemental. Not everyone is young and fit enough to mow lawns and machines like this save one being dependant on paying a gardener .


im too lazy to even buy this :D (y)


It comes down to priorities for some people. Its only an hour a week to cut the grass but I myself would prefer to spend that with the children whilst they are young. Im sure that will change as they get older though.

Worx Landroid S300 Cordless Robotic lawnmower £373 @ B&Q
Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
Same price as Amazon for the S300 but 25% off on the whole range that B&Q stock. Good investment if you want a great looking lawn. Product Details: Product informationSuitable… Read more
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Yes, absolutely flat. Used to do it every couple of days, but since last firmware upgrade its now maybe once every couple of weeks. It only misses by <1cm too which is annoying. the metal tabs will be sat on the plastic part at the back of the contacts on the mower. The hole digging is what i see too all the time and it is usually when its on its guidewire run. I'd still recommend it though and i'll be getting another when this dies in a few years. Mine is the revision before this where the battery isnt swappable.


Never had an issue with misplaced charging base with mine; always finds it way home - is your base level? Getting the thing around the garden without it getting stuck has been a bit of a pain; not so much that I wouldn't recommend as it is a fantastic bot, but it could act stupid when stuck, and annoys the hell out of me seeing it spin its wheels digging into the earth and making no attempt to recover., This seemed to solely occur when following the guide wire, and was missing any sort of recovery when stuck and not moving forward (it just needs to veer off out when stuck then banana back to find wire) - it's my biggest bugbear with the unit. That being said, the most recent update seems to have improved things vastly, and (touch wood) have yet to have to free the little orange wonder (down from having to free everyday) I gotta say, I couldn't be happier; my model is a larger unit but this seems like a cracking deal (y)


I have a yard force one which has started tearing the corners up, really frustrating..


Not a bad mower, been using it for a year now, got it for under £300 from amazon. It does have it flaws though. It often mis-parks in its base station, just enough it doesnt charge, so you have to just nudge it. Its getting better over time though with firmware. Its also likes to get stuck and digs three inch holes in the ground due to how it turns like a tank. The wheels are good at ripping up turf if the ground is wet. Had to bury some slabs at the corners of the garden as these 90 degree bends get ripped up and it gets stuck eventually. It will also once in a while just run straight over the guide wire and then stop with an out of bounds error. If you dont mind having the odd rescue though, it does keep the grass in good condition. oh and apple trees are its nemisis! Fallen apples fit perfectly into its cutting guide. In a month or so's time i'll be unjamming it on a daily basis :)


Nice price. Heat

Worx Landroid S300 Robotic Mower - £373 @ Amazon
Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
Worx Landroid S300 at the lowest price Amazon have offered - normally £400
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On the flip side, I reported a fault occurring on my Landroid after it started to ignore the wire after a firmware update. I got a reply the next day with detailed instructions which resolved the issue As a whole, from what is online Worx seem to have an excellent PR machine, and it is worth remembering to sign up for the additional year warrantee. They even took on random advice about laying wire around corners, adopted the idea (Bertelsen Method) and hired the guy who gave the advice! Random note, but this Landroid has a very active section on a German forum - you can easily navigate it using google translate; it has an extensive library of questions, tips and advice The forum is also involved in beta testing firmware updates, and Worx seem to do an excellent job in taking in feedback. Worth checking out https://www.roboter-forum.com/index.php?board/160-landroid-s-m-l-ab-mod-2019/ On the most recent update (3.13), my own Landroid has seen a vast improvement in getting unstuck when following the guide wire; an issue I have had since new where I came home and had to free it, but it now seems to need no assistance (touch wood, been over a week now). I have the larger version of the deal, but besides battery capacity is much the same - As a whole, I can certainly recommend this bot. It does take some setting up, and require a little bit of trial and error (depending on how complex your lawn is) but once going it gives you lush lawn, and extra time to do other things. Great conversation piece when you have people round Also, this is a tad weird... but it does have a personality! My partnter tells me off for sending it out when not schedulked as "I'm overworking the poor little feela"!. You deffo need to name it - mine is called Laurence (y)


Mines is the S, but no connectivity. They might have upgraded for this version


I’m 90% sure you’re incorrect in saying that. All reviews of this device mention using the app


That has killed my interest, shoddy company


Thanks for posting @chrismorris123 and welcome to hotukdeals (highfive)

WORX HYDROSHOT CORDLESS PORTABLE PRESSURE WASHER with two batteries @ Screwfix for £99 inc free delivery
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WORX HYDROSHOT 22BAR 20V 1.5AH LI-ION POWERSHARE CORDLESS PORTABLE PRESSURE WASHER with two batteries! I think this is the WG629 model which has excellent reviews, ive been lookin… Read more
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Beware: SOME earlier Erbauer batteries fit (pre-EXT), likewise previous range JCB but not the current ones. Also Guild.



Good price considering it has an extra battery. I've got one of these.Great for cleaning the cars with. I've used snow foam in the bottle attachment before and seems to work just fine.



Don’t bother ! It’s Pish

WORX WX427 XL 710W WORXSAW Compact Circular Saw £81.99 at Amazon
Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
Reduced from £129.99 limited time deal
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I've been looking for one of these including this one. But after reading the lower rated reviews decided not to go for this model. This one seems the best I can find albeit only 26 reviews.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07XNW1LY8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_rPbgFb774KJS6


Bought one of these a month ago. Had to return because I couldn't do a single straight cut with it! Bought a 190mm Makita and now I'm a happy bunny - I do love a straight cut.


If anyone is after a full size saw you can get a far more powerful and durable Bosch blue one with 3 year warranty for £83: hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-professional-gks-190-corded-240-v-circular-saw-90-on-amazon-3510191


I have a similar worx saw and I've cut 1/2 inch plywood with it no probs. This one looks a bit 'Tango and Cash' with the LED...


The reviews have put me off

WORX WX178.1 18V (20V MAX) AI Cordless Drill Driver with x Two 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger and Case - £89.99 at Worx/Ebay
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
Nice bundle on offer here, might suit someone. The revolutionary WORX WX178.1 AI Drill with advanced intelligence technology embeds sophisticated electronic controls in a powerf… Read more

I have this drill... No complaints and worked it hard..


Personally, I would not touch any B&D


I bought this about 4 years from b&q for £30.00 absolutely brilliant drill.


Thanks for the link (y)


No hammer action on this. I think it's designed mainly for screwdriving.

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WORX 40v cordless 40cm lawnmower reduced to £229.99 from Positecworx / ebay
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Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
A larger sized cordless mower direct from the importer of this respected brand. Uses 2x 20v 4Ah li-ion batteries which are compatible with the whole range of WORX 20v garden and… Read more

Sorry strimmer dam predictive text .😡


It’s £219.00 on amazon guys I see Argos have the smaller one with a free striker for £200 as well . Are they good ?


Good price, saw some cheaper but they were for the 34cm blade


Got this model + string trimmer for £210 at the beginning of the year, good mower, ok deal I guess if you can't get it cheaper elsewhere Have some heat from me! PS: battery should last you for 100-150 m2 on Turbo mode, probably will cover a slightly larger surface on Eco


Got the smaller one about a year ago from Argos with the strimmer for £150. Works really well and gives the grass a nice stripe.

WORX WG261E.1 18V (20V MAX) Cordless hedge trimmer with x2 Li-ion batteries and charger - £79.99 at ebay / positecworx
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I have one of these and it's excellent for light to medium hedge trimming and it's good to be able to share the batteries around a number of other garden and workshop tools. Note … Read more

I bought this deal last time and sold batteries/charger for £72 on eBay just last week.


Already got 5 batteries plus charger, so will be selling these batteries and charger on fleabay for £50 minimum, happy days.


As a complete kit with batteries and charger it's a good deal. If you already have WORX batteries and charger you may get a lower price on the trimmer alone but it won't be such good value and extra batteries are always useful.


Same price on Amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/WORX-WG261E-1-Cordless-Trimmer-Batteries/dp/B07N7QPSC7


Is this a good deal? Or can you suggest another one? I am after a cordless hedge trimmer. Thanks

WORX WG261E.1 18V (20V MAX) Cordless 46cm Hedge Trimmer with 2 Batteries - £79.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
Good reviews (y) Laser cut blade for precise and clean cutting performance Dual action blades for reduced vibration and smooth cutting performance Two-handed multi-g… Read more

Or get it direct from the importer at the same price (incl free delivery) rather than add more billions to Jeff's piggy bank?: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/worx-cordless-hedge-trimmer-with-x2-li-ion-batteries-and-charger-now-with-20-off-direct-from-importer-3497647


Yes I did. Are you having any issues?


Anyone manage to register for extended warranty?


This or the one below from Homebase, see the link below? Can someone please recommend. The one from Homebase has 3-year warranty by the manufacturer as I understand. But, the product wise, which one is better overall and more powerful? Thank you. homebase.co.uk/ryobi-one-18v-50cm-hedge-trimmer-kit-rht1851r20-_p253128


Nice one buddy

WORX WG630E.1 18V (20V MAX) 4.0Ah Cordless Brushless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Cleaner £119.99 at Amazon
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
The better brushless version with the 4ah battery and fast charger (both better than the cheaper brushed version!) Included contents X1 WG630E X1 4.0Ah Battery Pack X1 1hr Charg… Read more

I gave mine a try on Sunday. Works for what I expected, will soap the car, rinse the car and remove some of the loose dirt. High pressure water and dirt is not a good idea for paintwork on a car anyway :D


Was really looking forward to receiving mine. What a disappointment. Don’t waste you money, 10 litres of water is enough to jet one side of your car, BUT, it won’t get it clean. I had read reviews and thought I’d be ok as my car has been professionally ceramic coated. Oh how wrong was I. Sent it back for a refund.


Looks like amazon out of stock, that's another seller. Crazy price lol


Looks like the deal's over now, price has shot up to.. £437 lol


What's the difference between these? WORX WG629E1 vs WORX WG620E.2

WORX WG630E.1 18V (20V MAX) 4.0Ah Cordless Brushless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Washer £173.99 @ Amazon
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WORX WG630E.1 18V (20V MAX) 4.0Ah Cordless Brushless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Washer £173.99 @ Amazon
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WORX WG630E.1 18V (20V MAX) 4.0Ah Cordless Brushless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Cleaner 1 18V (20V MAX) 4.0Ah Cordless Brushless Hydroshot Portable Pressure Cleaner This is the b… Read more

£59 for the battery but bare in mind no charger comes with the bare unit.


Totally agree, washes muck off without blasting the grease out of seals. A mate has one in his van with a 5 gallon drum of water to give his bike a quick wash after a ride. I recall him saying battery lasts 10-15 mins at the best.


aye lad...


I suppose for people in flats or without an outside tap it's better than nowt.


sort of agree, but they have the ability to draw from a bucket of water, so handy if not near mains water ;)

Worx Hydroshot with Battery - £79.99 at amazon
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Worx Hydroshot with Battery - £79.99 at amazon
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Portable water and cleaning device eliminates bulky hoses and cords 3-4 times more pressure than garden hose & Nozzle Adjustable Nozzle settings: 0°, 25°, 40°, shower, mist, … Read more
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What's the difference between these? WORX WG629E1 vs WORX WG620E.2


Good Info, thanks.


Lidl are releasing a version of this on Thursday along with their cordless range it's 49.99 without a battery but if you have their tools already may be worth a go. I have this and use it to clean my citroen c3 it's good but not a pressure washer I use it to apply snow foam (separate accessory £9 on amazon) then rinse with the bucket hose


I've got one of these and tbh my hose has more power :|


I bought one and returned it the same day. I had read a lot of reviews that said the performance was poor, but even with my expectations lowered I was still disappointed. Not much better than a garden sprayer, but with much more noise. The 1.5A battery wasn’t enough to wash a small car either

Worx Saw - £81.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Worx Saw - £81.99 @ Amazon
£81.99£89.999%Amazon Deals
About this item Versatile, compact circular sawNow with more power & a cutting depth up to 46mmBevel capacity of 45 , Input Power - 710WCut's materials circular saws dont incl… Read more
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It is indeed.


Is this single speed?


Been looking at one of these for a while but always had other tools that would do, so couldn't justify the purchase. Just ordered one now as I'm pretty sure I'll get the use out of it when it comes to replacing all the decking in the garden. :)


Mine is great but the guide is terrible, better to draw a line and go by eye. Still on my first wood blade though, and it's had some abuse.


I have one of these, bought in a Homebase clearance. Never used it much at first but then needed to lay some plywood for vinyl and then make some shelves plus other odd jobs. It has been very impressive, better than I expected and the original wood blade is going strong. The only thing I would comment badly on is the laser. When it works it is good but it always needs messing with at first. The battery case for the lr44's is cheaply made, it could be a lot better. I have similar in a set of sights which is superior. Mine was £40 on spec. Would I pay this? I would look at other prices first to compare and decide, which of course you can do :) Decent enough machine though.

WORX WG261E.1 18V (20V MAX) Cordless 46cm Hedge Trimmer with 2 Batteries - £79.99 delivered @ Amazon
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WORX WG261E.1 18V (20V MAX) Cordless 46cm Hedge Trimmer with 2 Batteries - £79.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Temporarily out of stock but you can still order... (y) 4.7 out of 5.0 reviews ... :D Laser cut blade for precise and clean cutting performance Dual action blades for red… Read more

Thank you @adamderak hope you are well and safe (y)


Nice find there @apur32 definitely a cut above the rest


Hedging your bets there


i need a new one but with a longer blade, any suggestions?


How do you post the batteries? Most couriers won't ship lithium ion if they're not inside a product

WORX WG629E.1 18V cordless portable pressure cleaner - £109.99 @ Amazon
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WORX WG629E.1 18V cordless portable pressure cleaner - £109.99 @ Amazon
£109.99£149.9927% Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Portable water and cleaning device eliminates bulky hoses and cords 3-4 times more pressure than garden hose & nozzle Adjustable pressure settings: 0°, 25°, 40°, shower, mist,C… Read more

If you can connect to outside tap, you'd rather pay pay less and get a better corded one


Yes can be connected to a tap


No probs good luck with your search (y)


Thanks for the vid, very informative. The bucket solves the lack of garden tap issue Seems noisy for so lttle power, so I will look into the more powerful brushless version. Thanks for posting that too.


Great for water fights

£10 off a range of WORX workshop and garden tools, direct from Positecworx on eBay. That's up to 20% off
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£10 off a range of WORX workshop and garden tools, direct from Positecworx on eBay. That's up to 20% off
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There's currently £10 off a range of 21 different WORX workshop and garden tools when you buy direct from the importer, Positecworx, via their ebay shop. This represents up to a 2… Read more

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As others have mentioned they're not all made by positec. It really depends on what you buy. The cheaper worx ranges (e.g. a drill or impact driver with batteries and charger for less than £60) will probably be on par with the likes of Parkside. Suitable for light DIY. However their higher end ranges, often brushless are definitely more top end DIY. I've a lot of their tools which have got a a good testing on the farm and I've had no issues other than a small fault with the drill which was replaced with a brand new one under warranty. A family member borrowed my worx cordless grinder and was impressed. He bought a parkside one from Lidl but it was no use. I definitely wouldn't say that all their tools are on the same level. They hold their value really well too. I've just sold that angle grinder as I've ordered the new brushless version (currently on offer for £79.99). I bought the old one from Argos for £55 when it was on offer, about 3.5 years ago. Sold on eBay last night for £72.


I've got the impact driver and use it regularly, given it loads of abuse and it takes it well, great piece of kit.


Not all of it is made by Positec, some of it is rebadged Scheppach. Regardless it's horses for courses, if the Worx stuff works(hur hur) for you then go for it. I'd prefer to either spend more on a decent bit of Dewalt/Makita/MilwaukeeFestool(!)/Mafell/etc kit or less on something semi-disposable from Lidl/Aldi. It's kind of got to the point where people support tool brands like sports team though, so just use whatever works for your use case :) EDIT: As if to get it's revenge on me for this, my Worx grass strimmer just spat out the last bit of line from it's spool as I was halfway round the edge of the grass. *shakes fist at tool gods*


I think it's only the older Aldi stuff which is 'almost compatible' though they do seem to have more than one battery platform going under the Ferrex branding, including their 20v/40v range (a confusing mess really). I don't think the Parkside stuff is compatible at all though maybe it is made by the same company. Older Erbauer, JCB and Titan stuff IS compatible with WORX but not the newer ranges; also Guild but now that is Argos only (was Homebase too) they don't offer spare batteries anyway. I bought a Ferrex mini circular saw a while back hoping it was compatible and the warranty and helpline was with Positecworx so I phoned and had a chat with a tech about compatibility. I could see that physical compatibility could be achieved by removing a small lug on the battery but there are fewer live connections on the Ferrex battery terminals. I was told the charging is less 'smart' and the cells are of a lower quality. Anyway, the saw was very low powered so I returned it. Anyway, much as I love a bargain and cheating the system I've decided it's not worth the hassle and risk of messing with the lower quality (than WORX) Aldi stuff; it would invalidate the warranty anyway. I think the Aldi tools are good for the price but not fully WORX spec and it's a limited range. Just keep an eye on the Positecworx ebay shop and there are good deals there from time to time.

WORX WG914E 18V (20V MAX) Grass Trimmer & Hedge Trimmer Twin Pack - includes 2.0ah battery and charger, £119.99 ebay / positecworx
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WORX WG914E 18V (20V MAX) Grass Trimmer & Hedge Trimmer Twin Pack - includes 2.0ah battery and charger, £119.99 ebay / positecworx
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Included in your purchase: x1 WG169E x1 WG259E x1 2.0Ah Battery x1 Charger
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So long as your mower batteries are the 20v ones and not the 40v ones you will be fine.


I have the lawnmower with 2x4Ah batteries. I assume I would be able to use the same batteries for grass and hedge trimmer?




Is there an Aldi link or HUKD posts I can maybe look at specs/pics?


I bought this yesterday. Already have the strimmer and lawnmower. Love both.

WORX WG261E.1 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Hedge Trimmer 46cm with 2 Batteries - £79.99 delivered @ Worx eBay
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WORX WG261E.1 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Hedge Trimmer 46cm with 2 Batteries - £79.99 delivered @ Worx eBay
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Solid piece of kit from Worx with 2 batteries (y) Good reviews on Amazon 4.6 out of 5.0 The WG261E.1 boasts a cutting capacity over 14mm allowing you to get through the thi… Read more

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Yeah I saw a couple of reviews that said it's not so much a cordless pressure washer as a slightly pressurised hose.


Others' mileage will vary. I also have: - leaf blower: not very powerful and really no good for wet leaves. It is good though for dry leaves, grass cuttings off patios, dust of paths, cobwebs off windows etc. Surprisingly useful. - Strimmer: works just fine but the worx strimmer line is very weak so you get through a lot. (I'd like to find a stronger compatible line). Avoid the jet wash device unless you are nowhere near a mains hose pipe. It's very weak.


Thank you, great feedback (y) :D :)

WORX WX104.2 12V Drill Driver 1.5Ah with 18pc Accessory Kit, £27.59 at Worx/ebay with code
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WORX WX104.2 12V Drill Driver 1.5Ah with 18pc Accessory Kit, £27.59 at Worx/ebay with code
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Nice offer on this kit, hope it helps. The WX104.2 is a lightweight cordless drill driver featuring a keyless chuck for one handed operation, forward and reverse bit rotation, a… Read more

For basic DIY drilling into wood and screwing small screws this would be fine. Looks like a neat bit of kit with the accessories and box. Cant ask for more than that. However there are plenty of drill that are more powerful and probably at the same price that are sold in lidl or Aldi if you have one near by. The parkside or Ferrex tools are pretty good.


Looks .like fixed battery ?


Does this have the same battery as the hydroshot as was looking to buy a new battery?


I have many WORX 18v tools, they are well made, reliable and quite powerful. As for the 12v stuff I can only assume the above stands, but less powerful. For the price its worth a punt.


Can anyone comment on the power of this... Looks a neat bit of kit for basic DIY

WORX WX178.1 18V (20V MAX) AI Cordless Drill Driver with x2 2.0Ah Batteries £89.99 ebay / positecworx
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WORX WX178.1 18V (20V MAX) AI Cordless Drill Driver with x2 2.0Ah Batteries £89.99 ebay / positecworx
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The revolutionary WORX WX178.1 AI Drill with advanced intelligence technology embeds sophisticated electronic controls in a powerful and handy 20V drill, making every task easi… Read more

Now OOS - similar price Worx drills at Toolstation. https://www.toolstation.com/power-tools/drills/c719?brand=Worx


I have a worx drill, about 2 years old and the chuck barely grips so looking for something new. Have 2 powershare batteries so This looks really good for my need. Surprised to see it is 4 year old tech though.


It says the torque is only max of 20nm in the manual. Is that not so good. I was thinking about the 12v Bosch GSB 120 li with the 2 batteries and max torque of 28nm.


Despite the fact this was voted cold when it was just a tenner more, this looks like a good deal to me. I bought into Worx tools just a couple of months ago (cordless hedge clippers, clever reciprocating saw / jigsaw and a small vacuum) and they are all excellent. Well built and nicely finished. Note however that the batteries are expensive, which makes this one a good deal. I tried out two aftermarket batteries: one Creabest, which wouldn't click into place properly, one Dsanke which claimed to be 3.0Ah but I opened it up and could see it was only 2.0Ah. So I think you need to stick with Worx batteries. If only this drill had a hammer function too, I'd be all over it!


Here is a direct link to the PDF version of the user manual for this drill on their website: Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver WX178 WX178.1 WX178.9 It's not very comprehensive but does explain the various features, specifications and usage. I hope this is what you were after.

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