TITAN TTB533RSP 750W RECIPROCATING SAW 240V (17639) was £59.99 now £29.99 C+C from Screwfix (Del £5 or Free wys £50 - HotUKDeals
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TITAN TTB533RSP 750W RECIPROCATING SAW 240V (17639) was £59.99 now £29.99 C+C from Screwfix (Del £5 or Free wys £50

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Excellent reviews. 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 wood-cutting blade and he… Read More
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2m, 4d agoFound 2 months, 4 days ago
Excellent reviews.

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 wood-cutting blade and hex key.

Single-Speed
Tool-Free Blade Change
Single-Position Shoe
All-Metal Gearbox
Soft-Grip Handle
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2 Likes #1
not all good reviews

" Used for pruning, relatively small branches of approx 50mm diameter.
First time use Ai was thinking what great vfm. However, on second use there were a couple of splutters, a popular, bang and burning smell. Saw ceased there and then Was it gearbox, or low power motor. Not sure but returned to screw fix within a couple weeks of purchase. They were great. Offered exchange or refund. Took refund and put towards Erbauer ERB373RSP 1100W Reciprocating Saw 240V which completed my job nicely.! "


anyway I think it is good for the price - but has been this price before - but voted hot
2 Likes #2
quite often this price.
Good value even if you use it once and it saves you getting somebody in. Make sure you get a good pair of gloves too, to avoid the blisters you might get. The blade that comes with it is fairly meh but there's others available depending on your need.
3 Likes #3
matthat
not all good reviews
" Used for pruning, relatively small branches of approx 50mm diameter.
First time use Ai was thinking what great vfm. However, on second use there were a couple of splutters, a popular, bang and burning smell. Saw ceased there and then Was it gearbox, or low power motor. Not sure but returned to screw fix within a couple weeks of purchase. They were great. Offered exchange or refund. Took refund and put towards Erbauer ERB373RSP 1100W Reciprocating Saw 240V which completed my job nicely.! "
anyway I think it is good for the price - but has been this price before - but voted hot

If you look at the reviews overall though it seems to rate quite highly at almost 5/5 stars, the odd bad review here and there shouldn't put you off.

A mate of mine always insisted on buying really expensive power tools for work, yet he repeatedly blew up Skil saws, it wasn't until I saw him using one that it became apparent why the tools were blowing up, knackered blades and stupid levels of overloading were to blame.

Conversely I had a £24.99 B&Q recip. saw for 5/6 years and it got a vast amount of use, it did eventually break on me, I gave it a post mortem and found it wasn't the motor that went it but rather it had worn through part of the gearbox, literally from wear and tear.
1 Like #4
don't know if it's been mentioned, this comes with a 2 year guarantee.
1 Like #5
Got this at this price a couple of weeks ago. Very good so far an has been used a lot
1 Like #6
I got one during our house renovation.

Powerful tool but not quite as useful as I was hoping.

Pros:
Good for demolition work; removing old studwork/joists/rafters etc. Good for cutting all types of wood.

Cons:
Blades bend easily until you get used to using it (even then it is easily done!). Basically you can't retract from the cut until the motor has stopped otherwise the blade "prods" the item you are cutting, bending the blade instantly.
Single speed motor, i.e. all or nothing.

I found this a bit too much of a beast for intricate jobs, you need a fair bit of space around the object to ensure the blade does not strike a surrounding item (wall/joist etc.).

Great for demolition work though, and came into its own when I installed 6 velux style windows - ripping through rafters and roof battens accurately. I have not tried it in the garden yet (still too much to do on the house!) but I imagine it would also be perfect for many garden jobs.

A couple of tips; the blades can be inserted either way i.e. turned 180 deg, which is sometimes useful for getting closer to an object. Also the guard can be slid up or down which can be useful for setting the depth of cut (not a massive range on this though)

Edited By: i_am_sloth on Feb 27, 2017 00:12
#7
I have this. good for doing the decking quickly. Anyone know of a good metal cutting blade for it?
#8
As usual, most Titan tools are amazing value and reasonable quality.

This is the wrong tool for doing decking though.

Titan do a really good sliding mitre saw for under £100 which is as accurate as saws costing 3 times as much.
#9
Eagerbeaver
As usual, most Titan tools are amazing value and reasonable quality.
This is the wrong tool for doing decking though.
Titan do a really good sliding mitre saw for under £100 which is as accurate as saws costing 3 times as much.
+1 for the Titan mitre saw which I purchased recently.
http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb598msw-210mm-single-bevel-sliding-mitre-saw-240v/73135
1 Like #10
Bought one a while back to cut some palettes, bought some new blades to go through the nails, can't fault it for the price. I haven't tried it to cut branches but I would expect to perform well
#11
Great price. I would recommend getting a battery operated one though. Very handy when cutting outside and you don't have to mess about with cables.

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