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Einhell 15kg 1600W Demolition Hammer 240V £119.98 @ Toolstation
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Einhell 15kg 1600W Demolition Hammer 240V £119.98 @ Toolstation

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Following our old one packing up couldn't believe the price and then how good this is. Well worth the investment.
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This should work well on my upcoming job i thing. Now does anyone know where I can find a toilet paper factory?
Why do I just want this ?! But will only use once every few years ?!
These work much better than a rotary hammer drill?
£60 on amazon warehouse. Identical just different brand
Pretty sure Ann Summers sells this too
MrKrabs14/03/2020 22:47

Pretty sure Ann Summers sells this too


Think the version you are in about also needs a diesel genny too!
Mr_moaner_114/03/2020 22:31

£60 on amazon warehouse. Identical just different brand


Do you have a link?
coerce8614/03/2020 22:11

These work much better than a rotary hammer drill?



Does a toothpick work as well as a pick axe?
coerce8614/03/2020 22:11

These work much better than a rotary hammer drill?


Totally depends on what your trying to achieve
Daniel_Trotman15/03/2020 08:25

Totally depends on what your trying to achieve


Taking up concrete, I don't have a lot to do (pretty much a Garden path)
Would it be worth the investment
These are powerful tools but the vibration levels are awful,you wouldn't want to be using it for prolonged periods.
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Rossi8915/03/2020 09:07

These are powerful tools but the vibration levels are awful,you wouldn't …These are powerful tools but the vibration levels are awful,you wouldn't want to be using it for prolonged periods.


White finger?
deleted242501715/03/2020 11:27

White finger?


Yeah awful,they recommend 30mins at a time tops ,me and the lads were struggling to make 15 mins before we'd had enough there's a reason it's cheap,the Titan one at screwfix is the same, as is many other brands,just re branded Chinese stuff I think
coerce8615/03/2020 08:30

Taking up concrete, I don't have a lot to do (pretty much a Garden …Taking up concrete, I don't have a lot to do (pretty much a Garden path)Would it be worth the investment


Definitely worth the investment for a garden path, it’d take all day with anything smaller
Rossi8915/03/2020 12:04

Yeah awful,they recommend 30mins at a time tops ,me and the lads were …Yeah awful,they recommend 30mins at a time tops ,me and the lads were struggling to make 15 mins before we'd had enough there's a reason it's cheap,the Titan one at screwfix is the same, as is many other brands,just re branded Chinese stuff I think


I use the Titan one nearly every day, it’s fit for purpose at its price point but yes vibration is high. Wouldn’t suggest using it for longer than 10/15 minutes at a time
coerce8615/03/2020 08:30

Taking up concrete, I don't have a lot to do (pretty much a Garden …Taking up concrete, I don't have a lot to do (pretty much a Garden path)Would it be worth the investment


It obviously depends on the path, both how long it is and how well constructed. If you buy a heavy SDS drill that will do the job much more slowly than this demolition hammer,but be more useful in the long run. It costs about half of this.

Quite frankly, some (most?) garden paths are so lightly constructed that a pick or even just a spade is all you need. Ours just has a thin layer of sand and cement underneath the slabs.
This is a good piece of kit for the price. I am using it to remove an old concrete garage base and it is fine for an inexperienced DIY'er like me. Totally agree with others, the longest I can use it is around 10 minutes.
Taking me ages, but with the lock down it is not necessarily a bad thing!
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