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Titan Petrol 2 in 1 Hedge and Grass Strimmer £59.99 @ Screwfix

£59.99 @ Screwfix
Save £20 on this Titan 2 in 1 Petrol Multi Tool. Was £99.99 from 02/06/14 to 06/07/14, was £79.99 from 07/07/14 to 31/07/14, Price will revert back to £79.99 on 04/08/14. Durable 2-in-1 grass and h… Read More
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2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
Save £20 on this Titan 2 in 1 Petrol Multi Tool. Was £99.99 from 02/06/14 to 06/07/14, was £79.99 from 07/07/14 to 31/07/14, Price will revert back to £79.99 on 04/08/14.

Durable 2-in-1 grass and hedge trimmer. Suitable for general garden use.

Single Harness
1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Soft D-Shape Handle
Tap & Go Line Feed System
Bent Shaft
Adjustable Loop Handle
Articulated Hedge Trimmer
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Product contents:
TTL488GDO, 2 x hex keys, harness, spark plug spanner and safety guard.

Specifications:
Engine power 1.07hp. Engine size 25cc. Head type: tap and go. Harness type: single harness. Line/blade dia 2mm. Overall length 169-225mm. Weight: 7.9kg.
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don't know why they removed the last post , anyway here is what I posted last time

I buy these that have been returned to screwfix and repair them , they have HUNDREDS and HUNDREDS of these returned ,I suspect this big price drop is to clear all remaining stock due to so many being returned , this is a crazy price that is for sure a loss leader (they was £119 a few months ago)

2 very common faults to be aware of if you buy one

1. don't stand it upright or lean it up against a wall when not in use , its been badly designed with the fuel primer bubble on the end so when you stand it upright (like most would when not in use) you perish away the fuel primer over time

2. they have a factory fault , whoever makes the fuel tanks either at the factory or before being fitted at the factory (in china) they drill or cut out the fuel tank opening (the bit you put the fuel in) but they then don't bother to wash out the fuel tank , tiny particles of the plastic are left in the tank from the drilling/cutting so when first use it will be fine for a matter of days/weeks/months until those small particles slowing work their way into the carburetion , it will then fail to start and likely never run again unless repaired

so , don't stand upright and thoroughly wash out the fuel tank before first using it ,

RE the mixing bottle I recommend you buy stihl one shot oil , and add that to a full 4.5l plastic petrol can , no mixing bottle required plus stihl is the best oil to use
7 Likes
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.

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#1
Dont know why the last post was removed. Why spam ?? Any way a really good deal and about to buy but cant decide if i need it. Another tenner for oil and mixing bottle which you do need. If you order and change your mind you get 30 days to take it back for a full refund, so cannot go wrong really.
7 Likes #2
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.
4 Likes #3
Middlers
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.

I'll give you a hand, if you like!
#4
Too good a deal to turn down methinks.
3 Likes #5
bfam
Middlers
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.

I'll give you a hand, if you like!

Don't bother, I've seen his wife.
1 Like #6
craigstephens
bfam
Middlers
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.

I'll give you a hand, if you like!
Don't bother, I've seen his wife.

lol
1 Like #7
bfam
craigstephens
bfam
Middlers
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.

I'll give you a hand, if you like!
Don't bother, I've seen his wife.

lol

We all have.
#8
Bought 2 weeks ago for £79.99 and I thought that was good value! This is great!
I'm gonna have to buy again though & return on original receipt now though.
Cheers OP
1 Like #9
Middlers
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.

Lol so funny "wife's bush"
1 Like #10
I bought one this morning before the original post was removed....why was it taken off??????
#11
Yes , why. Just bought this after trying to decide if i needed it. The answer is yes. It will make the gardening jobs so much easier so decided to go for it before the price goes up.Also if i change my mind i can return it. Win Win i recon.
#12
i have 1 of these excellent product had it over a year now never failed.but they r very good with returns no reciept needed as titan is there own brand
#13
been looking for an offer on one of these, thanks op!
#14
Just called screwfix as i bought the one at 79.99 (to be delivered monday). Asked them to refund the difference, they said they couldn't: i have to order another and return the original...?! Bonkers...
#15
Thank you ordered two :)
#16
Thanks OP
My Ryobi was starting to give up so this is a great replacement
1 Like #17
HUKD, the home of comedy.

danco
Middlers
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.
Lol so funny "wife's bush"
#18
Looks good picked up today ok don't need it but sure it will come in
#19
Good deal. hot!
#20
Google big deck comedy for a bit of bush trimming
#21
Got one of these last year, OK if you want to take over a small country.
#22
Thanks
#23
Need to replace my electric hedge trimmer and was looking at the non-pole titan trimmer for 89.99.

I normally cut a connifer hedge using a platform, moving it along as I go. Is this likely to give me just as good control considering the trimmer is on the end of a pole? Any advantages/disadvantages over using a standard hedge trimmer (non-pole)?


Edited By: aleem on Aug 01, 2014 21:17
#24
aleem
Need to replace my electric hedge trimmer and was looking at the non-pole titan trimmer for 89.99.

I normally cut a connifer hedge using a platform, moving it along as I go. Is this likely to give me just as good control considering the trimmer is on the end of a pole? Any advantages/disadvantages over using a standard hedge trimmer (non-pole)?

This is quite easy to use at full stretch as the weight is distributed quite well. I have a Yew tree about 12ft high and can "shape" that reasonably easily, just need a bit of practice first.
1 Like #25
aleem
Need to replace my electric hedge trimmer and was looking at the non-pole titan trimmer for 89.99.

I normally cut a connifer hedge using a platform, moving it along as I go. Is this likely to give me just as good control considering the trimmer is on the end of a pole? Any advantages/disadvantages over using a standard hedge trimmer (non-pole)?


You can cut weeds like nettle and bramble at ground level. Very useful, I find. Not so good with grass.

Re: conifer hedge. If this is thicker than the depth of the blades (probably), you'll need to tackle it from both sides if you want to cut the top and you want to work from ground level. Also you will be working blind if the top of the hedge is higher than about six feet.
#26
great deal was looking on ebay for one...fed up of lending my friends to do my mums hedges..his is long reach also..and with the hedges over 4ft wide on top these are great,,,i needed a strimmer too...so absolute bargain and its mine....lol...no more borrowing...great price...could do with a chainsaw atatchment but can,t find one...any ideas?
#27
can anyone recommend an electric one like this? basically exactly like this but electric?

only seem to be able to find hedge and grass strimmers seperately.
#28
I've been looking for a cheap strimmer for ages and this fits the bill. Does anyone know whether or not you can fit a brush cutting blade to this model?

Edited By: BobTheFish on Aug 02, 2014 12:31: typo error
#29
rash
can anyone recommend an electric one like this? basically exactly like this but electric?

only seem to be able to find hedge and grass strimmers seperately.
http://www.mysmartbuy.com/p-1068-Eckman-Long-Reach-Telescopic-Hedge-Trimmer.html Cheapest and good reviews. I was gonna get this but the titan is so cheap , well what do we do ???
#30
del00
rash
can anyone recommend an electric one like this? basically exactly like this but electric?

only seem to be able to find hedge and grass strimmers seperately.
http://www.mysmartbuy.com/p-1068-Eckman-Long-Reach-Telescopic-Hedge-Trimmer.html Cheapest and good reviews. I was gonna get this but the titan is so cheap , well what do we do ???
Just close the page to go to another website
#31
megavic
bfam
craigstephens
bfam
Middlers
Bought today. Looking forward to tackling the wife"s bush. Thanks OP.

I'll give you a hand, if you like!
Don't bother, I've seen his wife.

lol
We all have.
Thought I recognised you, hows the rash and sorry about that.
2 Likes #32
JohnBUK
aleem
Need to replace my electric hedge trimmer and was looking at the non-pole titan trimmer for 89.99.

I normally cut a connifer hedge using a platform, moving it along as I go. Is this likely to give me just as good control considering the trimmer is on the end of a pole? Any advantages/disadvantages over using a standard hedge trimmer (non-pole)?

This is quite easy to use at full stretch as the weight is distributed quite well. I have a Yew tree about 12ft high and can "shape" that reasonably easily, just need a bit of practice first.
Cheers, I fancy this one..

http://mysticmedusa.com/wp-content/uploads/Topiary-Finger.jpg

Edited By: sshooie on Aug 01, 2014 23:10
#33
del00
rash
can anyone recommend an electric one like this? basically exactly like this but electric?

only seem to be able to find hedge and grass strimmers seperately.
http://www.mysmartbuy.com/p-1068-Eckman-Long-Reach-Telescopic-Hedge-Trimmer.html Cheapest and good reviews. I was gonna get this but the titan is so cheap , well what do we do ???

Maybe I can get a decent hedge cutter for £40 and that leaves £20 for a grass cutter (barely 2m x 2m) - this way at least I have two items which can be used simultaneously???
banned#34
Ordered for collection tomorrow- loads of stock around
#35
BobTheFish
I've been looking for a cheap strimmer for ages and this fits the bii. Does anyone know whether or not you can fit a brush cutting blade to this model?


i would like to know this as well
#36
do Ryobi expandit attachments fit these? Cracking price for a petrol head unit.
#37
rudey98
Ordered for collection tomorrow- loads of stock around

did you know you could have chose free next day delivery?
24 Likes #38
don't know why they removed the last post , anyway here is what I posted last time

I buy these that have been returned to screwfix and repair them , they have HUNDREDS and HUNDREDS of these returned ,I suspect this big price drop is to clear all remaining stock due to so many being returned , this is a crazy price that is for sure a loss leader (they was £119 a few months ago)

2 very common faults to be aware of if you buy one

1. don't stand it upright or lean it up against a wall when not in use , its been badly designed with the fuel primer bubble on the end so when you stand it upright (like most would when not in use) you perish away the fuel primer over time

2. they have a factory fault , whoever makes the fuel tanks either at the factory or before being fitted at the factory (in china) they drill or cut out the fuel tank opening (the bit you put the fuel in) but they then don't bother to wash out the fuel tank , tiny particles of the plastic are left in the tank from the drilling/cutting so when first use it will be fine for a matter of days/weeks/months until those small particles slowing work their way into the carburetion , it will then fail to start and likely never run again unless repaired

so , don't stand upright and thoroughly wash out the fuel tank before first using it ,

RE the mixing bottle I recommend you buy stihl one shot oil , and add that to a full 4.5l plastic petrol can , no mixing bottle required plus stihl is the best oil to use
#39
Evil homer, you seem to know about these.
Will Ryobi Expand it attachments fit this?
#40
Managed to collect one yesterday, can now get my Still back from work. Amazing price.

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