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WORX BRUSHLESS high torque (175nm) 'Powershare' 20v cordless Impact Driver with 2x2Ah 20v batteries, charger and rigid case. Now reduced again to £94.99 at Argos Clearance (was £199.99, 53% off).  3 year warranty!
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Just spotted a further reduction on this clearance item at Argos. I've got a number of WORX mains and cordless tools and have been very impressed by their performance and durabil… Read more

Some people can't see past a brand name!


The cheap dewalts are not very good,


The point of my answer is that yours is £25 more, has only one battery, has no case and its superiority is your assumption based on a brand name. WORX stuff is on the borderline between good DIY and professional kit; I'm not sure that the bottom end DeWalt stuff, made to a price for the DIY sheds, can claim to be that good. Top end stuff, maybe, but you're being blinded by the brand name.


The point of my dewalt post is that you could buy the dewalt and a battery and a charger for 120 . The the dewalt spec is far better


The point is the deal is for a package, not a bare unit. Comparing apples to oranges. I have an old worx impact driver that can take wheel nuts off to an extent. However this, nor the one you have is an impact wrench.

WORX Powershare 20vMAX BRUSHLESS cordless hammer drill with Li-ion battery, fast charger and case. Was £89.99, then £57.99, now down to £49.99 on clearance at Argos ebay store. 3 year guarantee too!
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
This one just went down again I so thought a re-post would be useful (and with thanks to rav4cas). 3 Year guarantee! You can easily tackle a range of materials with this Worx, l… Read more

Already posted. Received mine today (with extra 10% off). Seems good but haven't had chance to use it yet.


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You're right - well spotted! I'll change post to that source if it's all right with you.


I believe it was £58 2 batteries included no?


Only £49.99 on Argos eBay site. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WX348-1-Max-Brushless-Cordless-Hammer-Drill-20V-2-Gears-13mm-Keyless-Chuck/352370125207?epid=2274441841&hash=item520ae56997:g:Q7kAAOSwohJbkbeW

Buy 2x WORX 20v 4Ah Li-ion batteries for £99.99 (normally £69.99 each) and get a WORX WX372 heavy duty (50nm) combi drill (with hammer action), case and charger thrown in free! 3 Year warranty too. @ positecworx eBay
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
I'm not sure why Positecworx (the UK distributor) is presenting deals like this (maybe just to get attention) but it really is an incredible offer while it lasts (my previous deal … Read more

Got this drill. Gotta say it’s a bad boy drill. Up there with the dewalts n makita. I got mine at this price also from wickes


Great deal (y)


Depends what you mean by 'decent' but you'd struggle to do better than this and it's under your budget (just went down another fiver): https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/worx-powershare-20vmax-brushless-cordless-hammer-drill-with-li-ion-battery-fast-charger-and-case-was-8999-then-5799-now-down-to-5299-on-clearance-at-argos-3-year-guarantee-too-3054059


Any decent drills around the 70pounds mark?


Not a bad deal but I'd really want a premium brand for this kind of money. Personally went for a Bosch with a 4Ah battery for £80 and got 2 compatible batteries (4ah) for £20 each. Quoted RRP for the batteries is also a joke. You can get a genuine 4ah Bosch Professional for £41. 4ah worx batteries are rare but doesn't make them worth more than the premium brands.

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WORX Turbine leaf blower FREE with puchase of 2x WORX 20vMax 2AH Li-ion batteries direct from positecworx (importer) on ebay.  3 year warranty too! - £49.99
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
This seems to be a slightly unusual deal but nevertheless it's a great bargain! Buy two WORX 20vMax batteries for £49..99, which is a good price anyway (eg currently £37 each at B… Read more

Just got mine today - brilliant bit of kit at WAY below normal price. People on ebay trying to sell these at well over £100!


Good to know that too. I already have a different design of WORX blower: just been using it today to blow the dust away when painting the front door. Works brilliantly for that. New one may be going to my daughter if it's as good as you suggest.


Better than no charger! Which is what I was expecting. Excellent deal. Blower is strong


Yeah, that's the slow type - not a problem though and probably better for the battery! Thanks.


WORX 20v Cordless Hammer Drill £49.99 Argos on eBay or £63 with 2 batteries at WORX on eBay
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Item description “You can easily tackle a range of materials with this Worx, lightweight hammer drill. Get more with brushless as it gives you 50% longer running time, 25% more pow… Read more
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I just got this and the charger came dead. Drill seems good apart from that. Returning to Argos as they wont exchange it.


Search ebay and you there were genuine WORX batteries for £23 new but no box or packaging


Who knows Which batteries fit this drill then? what is the cheapest battery to fit?


Yep. Cheaper than Most brands batteries. Somebody should make a list of which DIY battery brands are cross compatible with which.


Haven’t seen any brushless two battery deals. So I would buy the drill in the second link just for the batteries and have a every day drill as a bonus. You can buy an additional battery for £22ish

WORX WG629E.1 18V 20V MAX Cordless HYDROSHOT Portable Pressure Cleaner £120 @ Amazon
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Worx hydroshot plus accessories. I don’t have one and I’m undecided on the item. In practice great but there should be a fast charger included as it’s a standard 5hr charge. Also f… Read more

I got the basic one of these for £100, so this isn't a fantastic deal. However: I do laugh when I see people that have clearly never owned / used this product spouting nonsense about its performance. This thing is not sold for cleaning patios; it is sold for the convenience of a pressure washer away from a mains power supply. It is perfectly sufficient for cleaning a car and is actually better for a motorcycle as you don't have to worry about causing damage to seals. Own a mountain bike which you take off road? Buy one of these. Also very useful for cleaning the bath / shower, which I certainly wouldn't use a Karcher for. Different products for different purposes.


I bought this yesterday from Argos for £129.99. Cheapest I've seen this kit was £99 on Amazon. I think people miss the point of this. I live in a first floor flat and have no access to mains water or power to wash the car. It's good enough for pre rinsing and soaping the car then rinsing after a wash. Battery was down to one bar by the time I'd finished and i went through two buckets of water just rinsing and soaping. There is a 4 and 6ah battery available and fast charger which although aren't cheap would be a decent upgrade. There's also a 40v version available in the states but no idea when it will be out here.


Better off spitting the water from your mouth....


Only 22bar, probably good enough for washing your toenails.


Water pistol fight

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Worx 20V  WG154E 20V Li Ion Grass Strimmer £38  Wickes with good reviews was £49.99  (free c&c)
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Been after one of these for a while. Seems like a good price, especially if you already have any Worx 20v tools. Plenty of stock in my area

I muddled it up with a vacuum cleaner. My carpet is knackered but my garden is clean


Why do you suggest that? Slightly more expensive, minor brand and the battery isn't going to be compatible with much else. WORX are good and you can make them the basis of a whole system of garden and workshop tools.


http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7606713?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59156|acid:444-797-0832|cid:189934285|agid:18091943245|tid:pla-415626638617|crid:77627769925|nw:g|rnd:12302418704187803610|dvc:c|adp:1o4|mt:|loc:9045104&gclid=CjwKCAjwrNjcBRA3EiwAIIOvq0E9eb3oFPSRAJ7KhzHANETv9XAqCfrqjtBFjOQNc_rlThYSPScOMRoCSZcQAvD_BwE Would this be better though??


I've just bought a Makita one for about £60 which is very good. I have a charger and spare batteries so it made sense.


Hot, even better with 15% trade discount! :D

Worx Lawnmower and Trimmer Set for £50 @ Wickes
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Spend a bit more and you can get this lovely lawnmower and trimmer set With this set of Worx Lawnmower and Trimmer, you can tidy up your lawn all in one go. No need to buy two p… Read more
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Brought this at Tesco extra for £45 same package


Great Find! Ordered of of these for collection. Seemed to have great availability.


Bought this last year, the lawnmower cuts well and smoothly, easy to push as well. Never used the trimmer though.

WORX WG629E.1 18V 20V MAX Cordless HYDROSHOT Portable Pressure Cleaner inc Kit £99 @ Amazon
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
WORX WG629E.1 18V 20V MAX Cordless HYDROSHOT Portable Pressure Cleaner plus all the accessories in the picture
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got the leaf blower last week (bare unit) to use with the 18v guild batts, pretty immpresive to be honest...


well that's annoying its 149.98 plus 4.99. I couldn't add it to my basket at £99 (mad)


Is it just me that can't add this to my basket?


Absolute rubbish! No better than water bucket and sponge. Just another money spinner!


There's alway one smartarse!! Thats all very well as long as you have access to a Mains Water Supply! Used mine on Saturday in a Supermarket Car Park to wash my Muddy Motorbike Bike down before putting it back in the van. They are great but don't expect 160 Bar Pressure from a 20v battery!

WORX Professional 250W multi-tool (ex-display) just £29.99 direct from importer.  Includes case and 3 year warranty positecworx / Ebay  Note: DIY version for comparison is £59.99!
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
NOTE: The DIY version of this tool is £59.99! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WX668-250W-Sonicrafter-Oscillating-Multi-Tool-with-Accessories/183331839488?epid=8005705352&hash… Read more

All sold so expiring now. You cold voters don't know what you missed! :/


Only one left now. It seems that 29 people understand the value in this!


Over 100 degrees of frost and STILL no one giving a reason! :/


I posted an impact driver and it got modest heat. Then it went down £10 so I posted it again and it went cold. Bonkers! I posted a cheap electric bike at Argos and it got to over 400 degrees; at the same time a posted a much better bike for £50 more and it went cold. Weird. Check my deals and you'll see what I mean.


Penetrating oil and a long handled key?

WORX 2000W 40cm Electric Chain Saw, down from £99.99 to £59.99 (40% off) direct from importer @ positecworx / eBay  3 year warranty.
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Another bargain I found while browsing the importer's website. Fortunately I have no need for a chainsaw as I'd be wary of using one - they can be very dangerous in inexperienced … Read more

Seems to have gone back to £99.99 now so I'm expiring this thread.


Hmmm I guess theres always one. If you had taken the time to read the other posts you would have seen people have commented about their Qualcast and Screwfix chainsaws. The point of the post is that people are extolling the virtues of owning a Chainsaw and I was making the point that Chainsaws including this excellent Worx offering can manage far more than 3 inch branches... Doh


Erm....this isn't a Rybi so what's the point of the post :|


Great all I need now is a clown costume and some fake blood.


I see what you did there... very good (y)

Powerful WORX 40v hedge trimmer just £79.99 (was £179.99, over £200 elsewhere) direct from UK importer.  3 year warranty.
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Just scanning the Positecworx (WORX importer) ebay site for something else and came across this real bargain! I have a WORX 20v hedge trimmer (cost more than this 40v one) which d… Read more

OOS now so I'll expire the deal. That didn't take long!


In your case -yes!


Besford and Worx Up a tree Posting all Worx deals on HUKDEEE


Voted HOT but my neighbour got a better deal, uses mine the tight MF. ;(


gone now....

Worx 20V work light £30 @ B&Q
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Great buy if you already have the batteries and charger (no battery or charger) Which I have for drills, henge trimmer, strimmer etc. Best price around for this at £30, looks like… Read more

Snap, bought from argoose for £12.99. Very handy little light. £30 is bit steep


I have had mine for about a year now and it has been working very well. The swivel mount has prooven invaluable on a number of occasions. Meh... on the price, I paid £12.99 for mine last year. Only worth buying if you already own a compatible battery and charger from the WORX Powershare range IMO. Compatible Erbauer batteries & chargers @ Screwfix


Is that for the stone henge :/


Great, thank you


I have one and i know that screwfix brand something like euraber fit these search the web to see if titan fit these lol

WORX cordless 20vMAX hammer drill with battery, charger and bag for just £39 at Wickes.
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Note that this is a hammer drill, not just a drill/driver. Not showing as reduced by Wickes but definately cheaper than elsewhere and much better value than some other brands of D… Read more

Now that is what you call DIY? What tool did you use for cutting? Did anything need altering on that first? :D


Perfect for what you describe. Get some decent quality bits for it (especially for masonry).


Hello I am newbie for DIY. Can I used this drilling machine for house DIY in new build plaster boards and masonary drills for fittings? Is there any other good deals for pipe and cable detectors kit?


Been using mine for at least two years with two batteries.. Handy for odd jobs every now n then.


Bought the Aldi Workzone nail gun a week ago and as only one Samsung battery supplied checked against my Worx batery looked identical in size and fitted and worked in the drill but the Worx battery would stop with 10mm to go to slot in , Only difference being the Worx battery had four slide sections in connector and the Samsung three so cut out the raised nib to match and now have three batteries for use. https://www.aldi.co.uk/workzone-18v-li-ion-nail-gun/p/083170210360000

WORX Powershare 20vMAX BRUSHLESS cordless hammer drill with Li-ion battery, fast charger and case.  Was £89.99, now down to £57.99 on clearance at Argos (stock seems good).  3 year guarantee too!  Now £52.99!
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
UPDATE: Another fiver off now - just £52.99! 3 Year guarantee! You can easily tackle a range of materials with this Worx, lightweight hammer drill. Get more with brushless as it… Read more

this one or the guild one... http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6063838?utm_campaign=11553376&cmpid=COJUN&cjsurferid=219204169778204336:SWQZZSLZB8rl&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_content=Pepper+Deals+LTD&utm_source=CJ&cjevent=8a07355db42011e8815101260a18050c&catalogId=10001&storeId=10151&_$ja=tsid:11674|prd:1546795&utm_term=1453124&referredURL=http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6063838&referrer=COJUN


I agree, I use screwfix all of the time, great prices and great service.


And I didn't know that - but TP do own Toolstation and they are sometimes cheaper than Screwfix, though smaller range. They don't seem to do anything compatible with this.


Brill, didn’t know that, mind you I wasn’t aware Travis Perkins own Wickes and they are so expensive


No problem. Worth reserving on line and Screwfix will check stock and have it waiting for you. It's hard to believe Screwfix are the same company as B&Q - they're so good!

WORX 600W mains Jawsaw (safety chainsaw), half price at £49.99 @ eBay Positec Store (was £99.99).
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
I was searching the Positec ebay site for another WORX tool and came across this at half price. Not something I need but I've read good reports of them and this mains one is going… Read more

Back to £99.99 now so I'm expiring this deal.


Having owned a chainsaw for years I'm pretty au fait with the risks if not handled correctly, this unit looks ideal for downsizing timber for my log burner and negates the use of a workhorse, my only reservation is that with the chain being somewhat shorter than a regular chainsaw I'd imagine it will need sharpened more regulary, has anyone any details on how easy it is to sharpen theses saws as it looks like a bitch to get access...


Reminds me of Alien!


Roger that


Corded from Screwfix £49.99 https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb426gdo-750w-230v-corded-20cm-electric-pole-saw-pruner/99641

WORX Powershare 20v MAX cordless Garden leaf blower (body only).  Just £19.99 direct from Positecworx ebay shop.  3 year warranty.
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
£46.99 or more elsewhere! If you already have WORX (or Guild or Erbauer or Titan or.....?*) 18/20v tools and batteries this could make a great addition to your kit as we approac… Read more

Mine arrived yesterday (very quick delivery). Great tool and exceptional value at this price.


This Worx great with their green 20v Pro 5AH battery (I bought the bare blower unit recently from Amazon having previously purchased their Pro drill). However, I think for most it’s best to get a blower/vacuum as ultimately you need to remove the leaves rather than letthem to blow back across your lawn. it does however double up as a fantastic tool for getting the cat out from behind the sofa.


Drill minus the battery and charger has got to be worth a few quid on ebay - or maybe just keep it (you can never have too many drills!).


Can't ask for a more helpful poster can you. Thanks a lot, think I will get the drill for £39.99


Charger: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WA3760-18V-20V-3-5-Hour-Battery-Charger/183344710254?hash=item2ab032426e:g:LosAAOSwXtNaT1NY Battery: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WA3551-1-18V-20V-MAX-2-0Ah-Battery-pack/183322913734?hash=item2aaee5abc6:g:xLYAAOSwSzxZyRJ2 Cheaper battery from Screwfix: https://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-eri606bat-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-battery/8352g Or, yes, buy a drill or something and sell the bare drill on?: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WX100-1-18V-20V-MAX-Cordless-Drill-Driver-with-1-5-Ah-Battery/183317915797?epid=25021847655&hash=item2aae996895:g:kKcAAOSwjLVa1eRI All interchangeable!

Worx WX290.2 18V 20V Max Cordless Impact Driver with 2.0 Ah Battery £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Just received, quite small and handy. Less powerful than DeWalt at my work but for home use is more than fine. Guild and titan batteries fits as well.
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My hammer drill has reverse :/


No, it just lost its spin in the middle of screwing lol


No, 1.3Ah is a little smaller (it's the battery capacity) but still useful to have for a light tool like a drill. I don't know whether the brand would matter - maybe people will bid more because it says WORX, or don't realise that others are compatible? If you list it I'd include WORX in the headline as a compatible (check it is first - looks like it). The prices I got included the charger btw.


Had this debate with a carpenter and concluded a hammer tool will do everything even impact screwing but if your laying decking or doing lots of screwing nails then the impact drill is better even just for the lower weight!


Don't think it would unscrew i.e. reverse direction, as a drill driver or impact driver would.

Worx landroid Robot mower basic - £489 @ Myrobotcentre
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Seems like a good deal with the cheapest brand new robot mower i can find

thank you so much for your words of encouragement for me to go out there and source more deals. It's truly wonderful to get such great advice from a person who's saved the wonderful users on here a maximum cumulative total of 50pence and a gargantuan total of 3 deals


Yeah okay big shot. I said guarantee because I knew the reply would be 'well I have so much more time to do this and that' just so he didn't have to say this machine is for lazy people. When you post a half-decent deal then you can talk.


If someone says "guarantee" in a sentence like you've just done always shows you can't trust them as they usually talk rubbish. And i reckon you always talk rubbish even if you say you don't


Mate your mind is on another level.


As someone with a lot of free time because of the level of automation in my life (e.g. I don't vacuum, a machine does it for me) relaxing eventually gets boring so you start doing more interesting things, learning and challenging yourself. If you haven't found that yet take a look at your life. How many things do you do because you *have* to do them, like mowing the lawn, or going out to buy food?

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