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Titan TTB280DRH 15.5KG Hex Shank Electric Breaker 230V - £129.99 delivered @ Screwfix
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Titan TTB280DRH 15.5KG Hex Shank Electric Breaker 230V - £129.99 delivered @ Screwfix

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Posted 24th Jan

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I have had this breaker for a good few years now and it is still going strong, every job I've thrown at it has been no problem for this tool. I paid £30 more than this price and thought it was good value but at this price it's a steal, and you get a 3 year warranty

Product Description
With a maximum impact energy of 45J, the Titan TTB280DRH breaker is both highly effective and excellent value for money. The fan-cooled motor reduces wear and tear on the item, extending its lifespan. With both a flat and pointed chisel included as standard, this breaker can be used on a variety of surfaces and for a range of needs. The metal gearbox is tough and durable, meaning it won’t be sensitive to damage from extended use. This Titan breaker comes with a carry case, allowing you to store and transport it without risk of damage. Supplied with blow-moulded case.

  • 1700W
  • Hex Tool Holder
  • Weight: 15.5kg
  • All-Metal Gearbox
  • Fan-Cooled Motor
  • Low Vibration
  • Lock-On Switch
  • Soft-Grip Handle
  • Replaceable Brushes
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ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


Good luck breaking up a concrete path with a hammer, rather you than me
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


You're welcome to come and to try your £1 hammer on my 12 sq m, 150mm thick concrete pad. It's a bit like posting a deal for a new 3 bedroomed detathed home and saying you can get a shed for £99 at B&Q.
Edited by: "Wadadli_Cooler" 24th Jan
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How is this 1 compared to the aldi 1 for £99?
I saw one in aldi yesterday and was about to buy it.
100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer
Looks like the medics ubercharge from tf2
gidi3124/01/2020 09:00

How is this 1 compared to the aldi 1 for £99? I saw one in aldi yesterday …How is this 1 compared to the aldi 1 for £99? I saw one in aldi yesterday and was about to buy it.


I have the Aldi version and I think it's the same unit. They are very good. Obviously very heavy, but miles better than a SDS breaker. Bits are easy to obtain.
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


Good luck breaking up a concrete path with a hammer, rather you than me
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


You're welcome to come and to try your £1 hammer on my 12 sq m, 150mm thick concrete pad. It's a bit like posting a deal for a new 3 bedroomed detathed home and saying you can get a shed for £99 at B&Q.
Edited by: "Wadadli_Cooler" 24th Jan
Heat for looking like Star Wars weapon.
gidi3124/01/2020 09:00

How is this 1 compared to the aldi 1 for £99? I saw one in aldi yesterday …How is this 1 compared to the aldi 1 for £99? I saw one in aldi yesterday and was about to buy it.


Never used the Aldi one myself so I can't help you there
Or toolstation one for £99.99
This is a great breaker. I've had it for 2 years and never skips a beat
I bought this version when I went by myself 4 years ago. Seriously good tool and just as good as the more expensive brands (we use to have the Makita type) it's been used on some big jobs and non stop all day. Never had any problems. Only complaint is you used to have to take the handle apart to fit in the box. Hopefully they've sorted that but minor detail.
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


Don't really know what to say to somebody that obviously knows so little..... (Sits shaking head in disbelief)
I have nothing to use this for. I already have an SDS breaker, which whilst not as powerful obviously, does all I need.

So why am I having to fight the urge to buy the damn thing anyway??? I want one!!!

I have no rational reason to give you, I just want it!!!
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 24th Jan
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


It's a bit like a dishwasher or washing machine; both can be done cheaper with a bucket of water and a lot of spare time, but most people prefer the convenience, ease, and time savings.
Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!
Just in time, my mother in law has a dentist visit!!
Orderer 2x for kitchen. thanks
Bargain! Does the job very well I paid £179.99 6 months ago and was happy with that.
Ive got to say it looks brilliant fun. Always wanted to try one. Wonder if the other half really does want a new patio.
I was waiting for this to come down, seems to be a perfect time to buy. I got the exact model from my neighbour for some work and was impressed. For someone who doesn’t need this kind of tool every day this is perfect in my opinion.
junk1524/01/2020 09:20

Or toolstation one for £99.99



Can't see one for £99.99 on their website, do you have a link or more info? Thanks
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


Where can you buy a 10lb sledge for £1? You might have deal of the day!
Smithington24/01/2020 11:59

Where can you buy a 10lb sledge for £1? You might have deal of the day!


Probably from a Pound shop, where else would you buy a £1 hammer
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer


Good luck breaking anything with a £1 hammer, other than the hammer!
melted24/01/2020 12:11

Good luck breaking anything with a £1 hammer, other than the hammer!


Why are you guys reacting to such stupid comment? This comment doesn’t make any sense.
Borrowed one of these to get rid of some concrete clothes line posts. Each post had a huge ball of concrete buried at the base. It took me about 5 minutes to destroy two of the ugly monstrosities. It was fun too!
ronaldinho24/01/2020 09:07

100s for machine that does job of a £1 hammer



You need a spike to break up concrete
MisterZoo24/01/2020 12:33

Borrowed one of these to get rid of some concrete clothes line posts. Each …Borrowed one of these to get rid of some concrete clothes line posts. Each post had a huge ball of concrete buried at the base. It took me about 5 minutes to destroy two of the ugly monstrosities. It was fun too!


Yeah did exactly the same ..... like digging in butter 🧈
rossington24/01/2020 11:18

Can't see one for £99.99 on their website, do you have a link or more …Can't see one for £99.99 on their website, do you have a link or more info? Thanks


Not sure about website, so it yesterday on shelf at local store.
illy196524/01/2020 09:14

Good luck breaking up a concrete path with a hammer, rather you than me


You kids with your fancy toys don't know what hard work is
Wadadli_Cooler24/01/2020 09:15

You're welcome come and to try your £1 hammer on my 12 sq m, 150mm thick …You're welcome come and to try your £1 hammer on my 12 sq m, 150mm thick concrete pad.


If it happened, I'd love to see the time lapse of him/her doing it!
melted24/01/2020 12:11

Good luck breaking anything with a £1 hammer, other than the hammer!


Home bargains.
I got two at christmas, 50p each. They even give you some toffee to try it with.
"Titan TTB280DRH 15.5KG Hex Shank Electric Breaker 230V"
I have no idea what this is, or what it does, but I want one.
Could this be used for getting through 3 metres of reinforced concrete, similar to a bank vault wall......asking for a friend.
Bikerdanny24/01/2020 17:13

Could this be used for getting through 3 metres of reinforced concrete, …Could this be used for getting through 3 metres of reinforced concrete, similar to a bank vault wall......asking for a friend.


Sure but keep in mind it’s noisy just in case the friend wants to know.
Had one of these for a number of years and despite putting it through a lot, it just keeps on going. Bought mine from ebay for about £90, if you don't need the screwfix 3 year guarantee just search ebay for "1700w breaker" £94.99

Dave
There's one on the Aldi site (and in store) too for £100
Excellent tool, had mine for 2 years and I still haven't managed to kill it yet.it will probably out live me. Just get some decent gloves for the vibration from it.
Whilst putting in a new fence we found giant lumps of concrete that had been used to anchor metal fence posts that had rusted away decades before. Each must have been 100kg, like wtf were the people who had put the fence in thinking? It was only a 4 foot chain link fence. Anyway, we didn't have tools to break them up in situ so we got them out with levers and backfilling and rolled them out of the way intending to break them up after putting the new fence in. Well sledge hammers, nope, just bits of concrete shrapnel flying all over. Pickaxe, the same. SDS breaker, better but noisy and after tens of minute the first one wasn't much smaller than it was when it came out of the ground. Didn't want to annoy the neighbours so they sat in our yard for about a year because they were too heavy to lift up onto a trailer. Finally I decided to get a breaker. Looked at hire prices, I think it was something like £60, but decided that was too much for a single job. So we got the Aldi version of this. Within a few minutes the lumps were rubble, simple as that. So we paid £100 for a tool for a few minutes work But I'm happy because I don't see those bloomin lumps of concrete any more, and I've still got the breaker for another much bigger job that I hope to start soon. I don't know how reliable these things are, but they are pretty damn powerful tools for the price.
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