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Posted 19 March 2023

Used: Rotary Hammer Drill Electric PDH32G.2 1500W 32mm SDS Plus 240V 4200Bpm With Case £39.19 (UK Mainland) @ eBay / iforce_marketzone

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Rotary Hammer Drill Electric PDH32G.2 1500W 32mm SDS Plus 240V 4200Bpm With Case

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Bauker 1500W 32mm SDS Plus Rotary Hammer Drill 240V
3 functions: hammer drill, rotary drill and chisel
Max drilling capacity: concrete 32mm, wood 40mm, metal 13mm
Max impact energy: 5.5J
Impact rate: 4200bpm
Includes: 23 SDS+ bits, case
Voltage: 240
Wattage: 1500
Carry case
Type: Rotary Hammer Drill
Power Supply: Corded Electric
Capacity Steel: 13 mm
Capacity Wood: 40 mm
Chuck Type: SDS plus
Room: Indoor/Outdoor
Colour: Multicolor
Design: Modern
Style: Modern
Material: Plastic, Metal
Features: Compact, Lightweight, Heavy Duty
Included: Rotary Hammer Drill PDH32G.2, 23 SDS+ bits, Carry Case
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  1. accidentalbuilder's avatar
    Visually looks like the titan SDS from Screwfix (though the titan drills are more highly specified). They seem to go on sale at least once a year on Screwfix and aren't much more than this new when that happens (currently at £68 for the cheapest model/kit but you should get at least £10 off when it's on sale).

    If you're not in a hurry or can afford it, the Titan Screwfix drill is probably a much safer bet (mine has been abused for over a decade now and is still going strong and I know others with the same experience so they're generally quite well thought of, if a bit on the heavy/bulky side). (edited)
    Superficial's avatar
    Yep I have a titan and it's great and very powerful.

    Wish it was (much) lighter and cordless but hey I paid £68 for it was all the bits and it has saved me loads.
  2. MoneyEyes's avatar
    Used item, not new
  3. gunther's avatar
    "significant signs of wear"!
  4. FlahertyDeals's avatar
    Garbage kit. Save up buy better
    andysfast's avatar
    You obviously don’t have one, or you would know that these are amazing for the price, very well built and almost indestructible.
  5. NicholasOkeefe's avatar
    They overheats very quickly
    andysfast's avatar
    Never had a problem with heat on mine, does it need cleaning? Shame it’s not brushless, but then it would be twice the price. Mine is about 10 years old and still going, even after taking up a small concrete patio, it was me that got hot then though.
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  7. standforit_'s avatar
    Mine died. Started sparking up
  8. Jobarpm's avatar
    Just adding my voice to those who have already mentioned, this looks exactly the same as my titan SDS from Screwfix. Very powerful kit which helped me breakup a pretty thick concrete garage slab. I haven't taken the best care of it and it's still going strong. Only downside is the weight of it.
  9. ciarandanielbyrne1's avatar
    My Titan has speed control and that's great when mixing up mortar, plaster or tile adhesive in a 40L bucket. For that alone it was worth £99 to me. I've taken breeze block walls out with it and it helps me get through compacted sub-base layers when making 20 inch post holes. My only complaint is that the grease reservoir has 4 Philips screws instead of a single spanner type tool.
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