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TITAN 18V 1.5AH LI-ION CORDLESS DRILL DRIVER - £44.99 @ Screwfix
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TITAN 18V 1.5AH LI-ION CORDLESS DRILL DRIVER - £44.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 20th Mar

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2 BATTERIES
60 MINUTE CHARGE TIME
1.5AH - GOOD USE TIME
18V GOOD POWER

TITAN TTI700DDH 18V 1.5AH LI-ION CORDLESS DRILL DRIVER (8282P)

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Compact drill driver featuring a 2-speed, all-metal gearbox with reverse function. LED work light provides good visibility in poorly lit areas. Supplied with 2 x 1.5Ah Li-ion batteries, quick charger and carry case.

2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Batteries
2-Speed Variable & Reverse
60min Charge Time
10mm Keyless Chuck
18 Torque Settings + Drill
All-Metal Gearbox
Electronic Brake
Rubber-Coated Grip
LED Work Light
Spindle Lock
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How does this compare to Stanley FatMax in terms of brand/quality?

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Edited by: "ruheluddin86" 20th Mar
I use one of these at work everyday. Admittedly mine only sees light work, but I’d recommend it for diy/light commercial. Basically a worx drill, same batteries.
Great DIY drill, I have put mine through quite a bit and still going strong after 2 years.
ruheluddin8620/03/2019 18:32

[Image] How does this compare to Stanley FatMax in terms of brand/quality? …[Image] How does this compare to Stanley FatMax in terms of brand/quality? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-fatmax-cordless-18v-2ah-li-ion-brushed-combi-drill-2-batteries-fmc626d2k-bqgb-60-3188906


The titan drill has been this price for a while as far as I am aware. The stanley fat max is definately slight more powerful and has larger batteries. However the main advantage with this Titan drill is the batteries fit many other brands Like Guild, Worx, Workzone, Erbauer, JCB, etc.
AmmarM9814 m ago

The titan drill has been this price for a while as far as I am aware. The …The titan drill has been this price for a while as far as I am aware. The stanley fat max is definately slight more powerful and has larger batteries. However the main advantage with this Titan drill is the batteries fit many other brands Like Guild, Worx, Workzone, Erbauer, JCB, etc.


The price does show as 10% off...
What’s the guarantee on these, just 1 year?
"Manufacturer Guarantee - 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)"
Screwfix are usually pretty good when it comes to returns as far as I'm aware.
AmmarM981 h, 15 m ago

The titan drill has been this price for a while as far as I am aware. The …The titan drill has been this price for a while as far as I am aware. The stanley fat max is definately slight more powerful and has larger batteries. However the main advantage with this Titan drill is the batteries fit many other brands Like Guild, Worx, Workzone, Erbauer, JCB, etc.


The Stanley drill has hammer action tho right? Seeing as it's a combi drill. This doesn't.
Yes, definitely it says in the title "Drill Driver". Means it has the ability to drill and drive screws with the clutch settings. No percussive action tho unlike the Stanley FatMax.
AmmarM981 h, 3 m ago

Yes, definitely it says in the title "Drill Driver". Means it has the …Yes, definitely it says in the title "Drill Driver". Means it has the ability to drill and drive screws with the clutch settings. No percussive action tho unlike the Stanley FatMax.


Are brushed drills not popular?
What would you recommend for general home DIY?
Spoilt for choice to be honest! Not sure I want to spend £80+ for a DeWalt...
Edited by: "ruheluddin86" 20th Mar
Tbh for DIY use most of these drills will do since it's unlikely you will be overworking them daily. I managed to get the green 18V Bosch combi drill a while back for £47 honestly the drill has served me well professionally and has now been passed onto someone else and still works. They go on sale once a year for around £50 2 batteries (the blue 12V version too, I have owned both) which imo are very well built, lightweight reliable an powerful enough for most DIY applications like hanging a mirror or assembling furniture.
AmmarM98 wrote:
Tbh for DIY use most of these drills will do since it’s unlikely you will be overworking them daily. I managed to get the green 18V Bosch combi drill a while back for £47 honestly the drill has served me well professionally and has now been passed onto someone else and still works. They go on sale once a year for around £50 2 batteries (the blue 12V version too, I have owned both) which imo are very well built, lightweight reliable an powerful enough for most DIY applications like hanging a mirror or assembling furniture.

I rarely have the need to use them. I have an old Makita given to me but it’s battery is no good. In fact, I’m going to look into that drill spec n battery and see if it’s any good - very old you see!
For drilling into mortar etc I have a wired hammer drill, a cheap 1 from Argos which does the tricks so don’t mind a cordless without hammer action.
Edited by: "ruheluddin86" 21st Mar
Which batteries are compatible with the Titan?
Lack of hammer action is a bit limiting. Hammer version was just £5 more last year but sadly now out of stock.
6moe6624th Mar

Which batteries are compatible with the Titan?


AmmarM98 mentioned the batteries fit many other brands Like Guild, Worx, Workzone, Erbauer, JCB, etc.
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