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Titan Reciprocating Saw £29.99 (was £60) at Screwfix

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Titan TTB533RSP Reciprocating Saw 240V Product Code: 17639 Powerful saw for cutting wood and steel with tool-free blade change and pendulum action. Features fan-cooled motor and deadman's switch. … Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Titan TTB533RSP Reciprocating Saw 240V
Product Code: 17639

Powerful saw for cutting wood and steel with tool-free blade change and pendulum action. Features fan-cooled motor and deadman's switch. Supplied with 1 x wood-cutting blade and 1 x hex key.
Single-Speed Variable
Tool-Free Blade Change
1-Position Adjustable Shoe
All-Metal Gearbox
Soft-Grip Handle
Product contents:
TTB533RSP, 1 x wood-cutting blade and 1 x hex key.
Further Information
Stroke length 25mm. Max. cut in wood 115mm, steel 15mm. Weight 2.8kg.

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#1
Comes with 2 year guarantee also
#2
Any good in the garden for cutting branches?
1 Like #3
shutsy2003
Any good in the garden for cutting branches?
Yes. Just need to make sure you hold the branch you are cutting steady or it just reciprocates with the blade.
Get new blades from [url=saxtonblades.co.uk]Saxton blades[/url] rather than branded ones. I get them from here and use them at work and they perform very well for the price.
1 Like #4
shutsy2003
Any good in the garden for cutting branches?

very good for branches. just make sure you get a green wood blade.
#5
could of done with this for getting through those pesky xmas presents oO
#6
This looks really useful. Better than b& d scorpion ?
#7
What's Titan stuff like? Generally.
#8
I got one of these last year and used it for cutting loads of branches during the summer. It is a good bit of kit and spare blades are cheap at Screfwix too. Highly recommended.

Make sure you get the right blades for the job - these are fine for tree branches http://www.screwfix.com/p/reciprocating-saw-blades-steel-1-3-x-240mm-5tpi-pack-of-5/89843 5 for £3.69 at present.
#9
Any good for cutting into old metal of the rear quarter panel off a 4x4. I want to take off the rear quarter panel and weld a new one in? Not sure if this will be up to it, any DIY'ers opinions welcome!
1 Like #10
You gotta love a saw that gibes something back
#11
I've used a few Titan power tools and they haven't disappointed. Check the reviews out on screwfix
#12
Any good for cutting floorboards / joists ? I have a load of rotten boards and joist ends to cut out of an old terrace house floor.
#13
The tick with this is to make sure you use the correct blade, minimise vibrations therefore reduces cutting time and effort, and but the saw right up to the material. Also make sure not to hold anywhere other that the grip as it hurts if you don't as my dad found out!
#14
*trick
#15
Does this do the same job as a jigsaw or is it different in some way?
#16
alera
Any good for cutting floorboards / joists ? I have a load of rotten boards and joist ends to cut out of an old terrace house floor.

yes it would be perfect. (watch out for old nails - they can ruin a wood blade)
#17
BeerGoggles
Does this do the same job as a jigsaw or is it different in some way?

yes the same but much bigger.
#18
For clean and intricate cuts I'd use a jigsaw.
#19
bailey87
You gotta love a saw that gibes something back

Best comment on this thread and I cant believe I'm the only one to have noticed!

LOL!
#20
I would really like a battery powered on of these but they are generally sooooo much more expensive.
1 Like #21
shai
Any good for cutting into old metal of the rear quarter panel off a 4x4. I want to take off the rear quarter panel and weld a new one in? Not sure if this will be up to it, any DIY'ers opinions welcome!
Should be fine with a short blade with high TPI, 24 or preferably 32. I've been using mine with 18TPI on thin walled steel box section and it works lovely but that of course has more rigidity than a panel, hence why I suggest higher TPI.
#22
alera
This looks really useful. Better than b& d scorpion ?
I would like to know this too, anybody with experience of both?
#23
3 left in Slough :D
#24
alera
This looks really useful. Better than b& d scorpion ?

I've not used either of them, but the Scorpion is 400w and the Titan is 750w.

I was going to buy a s/h chainsaw to cut down some smallish trees, but from the comments on here I've ordered this instead. Thanks OP
#25
Thanks OP and dave_dave69 got the saw and spare blades - collecting this afternoon
#26
kureigu
shai
Any good for cutting into old metal of the rear quarter panel off a 4x4. I want to take off the rear quarter panel and weld a new one in? Not sure if this will be up to it, any DIY'ers opinions welcome!
Should be fine with a short blade with high TPI, 24 or preferably 32. I've been using mine with 18TPI on thin walled steel box section and it works lovely but that of course has more rigidity than a panel, hence why I suggest higher TPI.

Thanks for advice, will look into it right now.
#27
I've used one to take down bushes and dense bramble. Even considered using this to tackle a tree however the wife doesn't want it felling.
#28
Need this for the missus :p she got on my nerves during Christmas


Edited By: LocoMoFo9999 on Dec 29, 2014 12:29
#29
Loudmouth
shutsy2003
Any good in the garden for cutting branches?
Yes. Just need to make sure you hold the branch you are cutting steady or it just reciprocates with the blade.
Get new blades from [url=saxtonblades.co.uk]Saxton blades[/url] rather than branded ones. I get them from here and use them at work and they perform very well for the price.

Thanks for the web link, never seen these people before. I use a lot of blades.....
#30
LocoMoFo9999
Need this for the missus :p she got on my nerves during Christmas


good one :)
banned#31
craig.walton2
For clean and intricate cuts I'd use a jigsaw.

You ain't going to be using this to cut your kitchen work surface.
#32
macdazz
could of done with this for getting through those pesky xmas presents oO

"...could HAVE done..."! :(
#33
any good for scoofing ?
#34
bought one of these last year when they was cheap.
quite a timesaver.
Only issue I had was trying to cut Cherry Wood Logs - but 99% more likely because I had the wrong blade :oD
#35
BogBeast
Loudmouth
shutsy2003
Any good in the garden for cutting branches?
Yes. Just need to make sure you hold the branch you are cutting steady or it just reciprocates with the blade.
Get new blades from [url=saxtonblades.co.uk]Saxton blades[/url] rather than branded ones. I get them from here and use them at work and they perform very well for the price.

Thanks for the web link, never seen these people before. I use a lot of blades.....

Good quality stuff from Saxton - had their multicutter blades before and they are a fraction of the price of the Bosch genuine ones, so far they have proved to be just as good, did a lot of cutting when I was doing our new fencing area, made short work of cutting some nice joins by hand.
#36
If your cutting something that can move like a branch make it easier by using a uni-directional cut blade. Like this;

http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image/ae235?wid=1000&hei=1000&op_sharpen=1&layer=0&size=1000,1000&layer=1&size=1000,1000&src=ae235/84318_P

As you can see from the blade configuration it mainly cuts as the blade is going back to the shoe and therefore holds the branch against the shoe as it cuts. If you use a b-directional blade it will cut faster for a clamped piece of wood but pushes the workpiece away as the blade moves away from the shoe. Bi-directional cut as below;

http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image/ae235?wid=1000&hei=1000&op_sharpen=1&layer=0&size=1000,1000&layer=1&size=1000,1000&src=ae235/71339_P
#37
Great tool, great price. Hot.

Just a word of advice, don't buy it if you don't have a clear need for it, don't get me wing,this is a fantastic tool but most diy people will never use it.
#38
could you please provide links to good cheaper blades.
Thank you
#39
alera
Any good for cutting floorboards / joists ? I have a load of rotten boards and joist ends to cut out of an old terrace house floor.
i bought one last time to do this jo i will let you know
#40
7777777
Great tool, great price. Hot.Just a word of advice, don't buy it if you don't have a clear need for it, don't get me wing,this is a fantastic tool but most diy people will never use it.
I wont get you wing if you do not get me wong

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