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Old 13-10-2018, 05:17 PM   #11
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If you are after spare batteries, they are pretty pricey as the rrp is £40 on Amazon.
But you can buy a Worx cordless hammer drill WITH TWO batteries for £65
https://www.amazon.co.uk/WORX-WX366-.../dp/B01BKKB9KI
Don't make sense.
Had I known I would have spent the extra £15 and got that instead of buying a £40 single battery.
But the spare battery is a worthwhile extra imho.
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Genuine Worx batteries aren't cheap,however you can get a Creabest 20v 3.0ah battery designed to fit Worx power tools for 23 pounds on Ebay. The charge should also last longer than the standard 2.0ah battery.
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If you are after spare batteries, they are pretty pricey as the rrp is £40 on Amazon.
But you can buy a Worx cordless hammer drill WITH TWO batteries for £65
https://www.amazon.co.uk/WORX-WX366-.../dp/B01BKKB9KI
Don't make sense.
Had I known I would have spent the extra £15 and got that instead of buying a £40 single battery.
But the spare battery is a worthwhile extra imho.
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Genuine Worx batteries aren't cheap,however you can get a Creabest 20v 3.0ah battery designed to fit Worx power tools for 23 pounds on Ebay. The charge should also last longer than the standard 2.0ah battery.
Both useful information. However, I've just about convinced myself I need a hammer drill!
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