TITAN CORDED SDS PLUS DRILL + accessories. £54.99 @ Screwfix
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TITAN CORDED SDS PLUS DRILL + accessories. £54.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 3rd Feb
Powerful SDS plus drill with magnesium gearbox and mechanical safety clutch. Supplied with auxiliary handle, drill bits, chisels and carry case.


1500W

Drill, Hammer Drill & ChiselMax.

Impact Energy: 8J

Anti-Vibration System

Mechanical Safety Clutch

Magnesium Gearbox

Variable Speed

Replaceable Carbon Brushes


I also managed to get 10% extra off from an offer they sent me in the post. Might be worth checking any screwfix post you have.
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About standard price but a very good deal none the less. Very pleased with mine
I have one of these and they are terrific
I have one, out performs my bosch sds
Lent mine to the father in law, forgot he had it. Gonna go round tomorrow and snap some necks (they’re pretty good)
Banned
bore wife with this !!!!!!!!!!!
Mines great, used it to gut my house an take up 6'' concrete outside
Really pleaed with mine, just wish it had a reverse gear.

It was a pain not having that feature when i was using 15cm screws on railway sleepers.
Have been using mine to take down a 3m wall opening today. I don't really use it as a masonry drill but as a breaker. It packs a punch but I have to say it has a very annoying fault that my previous other brand cheapy SDS didn't have. The motor whirs like mad and the vents blow straight into your eyes so if you are using it as a breaker with lots of dust its a nightmare. For that reason I wouldn't buy it again and try the Aldi one
I have had a few of these in the past and they are either great or rubbish - you will know within a few days of use which. Titan is actually not bad shame the quality control is not great which is why it will either be great with a good motor or bad.

With the cheap drills I found the old fashion saying very true: the heavier the better (packs more joules/energy per blow)
markiedon2 h, 4 m ago

Really pleaed with mine, just wish it had a reverse gear.It was a pain not …Really pleaed with mine, just wish it had a reverse gear.It was a pain not having that feature when i was using 15cm screws on railway sleepers.


Why are you using a SDS to drive screws no wonder it was a pain for you SDS are not designed for torque so they will obviously struggle driving 15cm screws.
76zedfour10 h, 51 m ago

Have been using mine to take down a 3m wall opening today. I don't really …Have been using mine to take down a 3m wall opening today. I don't really use it as a masonry drill but as a breaker. It packs a punch but I have to say it has a very annoying fault that my previous other brand cheapy SDS didn't have. The motor whirs like mad and the vents blow straight into your eyes so if you are using it as a breaker with lots of dust its a nightmare. For that reason I wouldn't buy it again and try the Aldi one


Fault? Sounds like to me that it is being mis-used
I paid £50 for mine a year ago and definitely worth the money it is a lot of tool for the money!
Kebabologist20 h, 59 m ago

Why are you using a SDS to drive screws no wonder it …Why are you using a SDS to drive screws no wonder it was a pain for you SDS are not designed for torque so they will obviously struggle driving 15cm screws.


You clearly have dont have a clue. Its a high torque, high power drill, it didnt struggle, they flew in.
I needed a high torque drill because the screws were 15cm long being screwed into railway sleepers.
No reverse made minor adjustments difficult.
With your understanding of what it can do you really shouldnt speak up.
Really show us the torque rating the average DIY 18v drill had more torque. Clearly I do have a understanding. Awaiting your detailed specifications regarding torque
markiedon6 m ago

You clearly have dont have a clue. Its a high torque, high power drill, it …You clearly have dont have a clue. Its a high torque, high power drill, it didnt struggle, they flew in. I needed a high torque drill because the screws were 15cm long being screwed into railway sleepers.No reverse made minor adjustments difficult.With your understanding of what it can do you really shouldnt speak up.


Clearly you don't have a clue. Using a SDS drill to drive screws you would have better off using a hammer. Never ever heard of using a SDS drill to drive in screws before.
Kebabologist5 m ago

Clearly you don't have a clue. Using a SDS drill to drive screws Clearly you don't have a clue. Using a SDS drill to drive screws you would have better off using a hammer. Never ever heard of using a SDS drill to drive in screws before.


It's a 1500w drill. It has a chuck. Its also takes SDS style attachments.
What bit of that don't you understand?
Goodbye troll
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markiedon3 m ago

It's a 1500w drill. It has a chuck. Its also takes SDS style attachments. …It's a 1500w drill. It has a chuck. Its also takes SDS style attachments. What bit of that don't you understand?Goodbye troll😁 😁 😁 😁 😁


Yes it has 1500w but where are torque ratings ? I've never seen screw driver bits for a SDS drill you know why because they don't exist you know why they don't exist ? Because SDS drills are not designed for driving 15cm screws t
markiedon4 m ago

It's a 1500w drill. It has a chuck. Its also takes SDS style attachments. …It's a 1500w drill. It has a chuck. Its also takes SDS style attachments. What bit of that don't you understand?Goodbye troll😁 😁 😁 😁 😁


But thanks for making my day. As the old saying goes " a bad workman always blames his tools. " That's why tools break because people use them incorrectly

Yes it has 1500w but where are torque ratings ? I've never seen screw driver bits for a SDS drill you know why because they don't exist you know why they don't exist ? Because SDS drills are not designed for driving 15cm screws t
Look up 15cm railway sleeper screws, look at the end.
Does it look like you'd use a screw driver attachments?
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You've only gone and mugged yourself right off there.
Nut driven screws via the chuck.
Here ends your lesson for the week.
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