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Titan TTB698DRH 4.8kg SDS Plus Demolition Breaker 230-240V  - £44.99 @ Screwfix
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Titan TTB698DRH 4.8kg SDS Plus Demolition Breaker 230-240V - £44.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 2nd May
TITAN TTB698DRH 4.8KG SDS PLUS DEMOLITION BREAKER 230-240V (5237P)

Lightweight and powerful breaker. Portable and comfortable to handle for extended periods. Fan-cooled motor allows prolonged use without overheating. Essential components are protected by a sturdy aluminium gearbox. Supplied with pointed chisel, flat chisel, side handle and carry case.

  • 1010W
  • SDS Plus Chuck
  • Weight: 4.8kg
  • Aluminium Gearbox
  • Fan-Cooled Motor
  • Anti-Vibration System
  • Lock-On Switch
  • Rubber-Overmould Grip
  • Replaceable Carbon Brushes
  • Die-Cast Magnesium Housing

Max. impact energy: 5.5J. Impact rate: 3800bpm. Weight: 4.8kg. Includes Plug.

PRODUCT CONTENTS TTB698DRH, 250mm pointed chisel, 250mm flat chisel, dust cap, side handle and carry case.


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Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes for picture hooks. I lined the drill up and pressed the trigger. Drill had control and took me for a 5 minute ride. I couldn’t even let go of the handle I was so out of control. I ended up completely demolishing two walls in my house. Don’t even have a wall left to hang my pictures now. This is a serious piece of equipment.
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I have one of these, it's okay for the money but replacement brushes are really difficult to source.

Also, none in stock most places!
I have one too.... totally ripped my tiles off my bathroom wall (which was the intention)
Used mine to take up floor tiles and did the job no problem. Not used it extensively so cant say about longevity.
I've got one used it to break up the floor screed in the old kitchen, cloakroom and entrance area of the house when I was refurbishing it last year. After that it was used when we refurbished my parents old house, overall I'm very happy with it
arny02/05/2019 19:42

Used mine to take up floor tiles and did the job no problem. Not used it …Used mine to take up floor tiles and did the job no problem. Not used it extensively so cant say about longevity.


Used sporadically they're okay for the price. They don't last too long though when used more regularly.
spruceyb1 h, 1 m ago

Used sporadically they're okay for the price. They don't last too long …Used sporadically they're okay for the price. They don't last too long though when used more regularly.


Mine (about 8-10yrs old, but also a titan) needs grease to be packed into it routinely to keep it in good shape. It does get through it quite quickly though, so heavy use without grease would have knackered mine. The q&a on this suggests it needs it too, but it doesn't look like it comes with any grease. That might be why newer ones don't last?
Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes for picture hooks. I lined the drill up and pressed the trigger. Drill had control and took me for a 5 minute ride. I couldn’t even let go of the handle I was so out of control. I ended up completely demolishing two walls in my house. Don’t even have a wall left to hang my pictures now. This is a serious piece of equipment.
charliemike35 m ago

Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes …Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes for picture hooks. I lined the drill up and pressed the trigger. Drill had control and took me for a 5 minute ride. I couldn’t even let go of the handle I was so out of control. I ended up completely demolishing two walls in my house. Don’t even have a wall left to hang my pictures now. This is a serious piece of equipment.


Opened an old Victorian fireplace with this in my house - I thought it was great and came with all bits as well. Heat added.
Great deal at this price.
Absolute beast of a drill, got one for more difficult projects and I've torn down many a wall and put holes in solid walls. Great price.
charliemike03/05/2019 17:45

Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes …Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes for picture hooks. I lined the drill up and pressed the trigger. Drill had control and took me for a 5 minute ride. I couldn’t even let go of the handle I was so out of control. I ended up completely demolishing two walls in my house. Don’t even have a wall left to hang my pictures now. This is a serious piece of equipment.


That must be a joke right !!
Everyone knows a pilot hole first works best !!!
I've got one of these, excellent piece of kit and we'll with the money. Took down a few walls with it.
I've had one of these for about 2 years now. Also bought a tile chisel and have used it to remove wall and large floor tiles from a kitchen. Planned a day for the work and it took.about 1.5 to 2 hours! It's a beast!

Also given it some stick destroying a garden that was a concrete jungle. Solid concrete steps, numerous walls, paths and deep set posts all destroyed and in a skip. The neighbor's also borrowed it.

Its still going strong so can only recommended.
charliemike03/05/2019 17:45

Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes …Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes for picture hooks. I lined the drill up and pressed the trigger. Drill had control and took me for a 5 minute ride. I couldn’t even let go of the handle I was so out of control. I ended up completely demolishing two walls in my house. Don’t even have a wall left to hang my pictures now. This is a serious piece of equipment.


I can’t stop LMAO! Absolutely killed me lol
Not in stock and can't deliver. Hot deal
i used mine to drill a pilot hole, the whole building fell down around me, i had an umbrella hat on..so no injuries...
Edited by: "fender62" 4th May
gman10013rd May

That must be a joke right !!


Nope... fracking companies use these on the ground
charliemike3rd May

Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes …Just be warned...I bought one of these to drill a couple of small holes for picture hooks. I lined the drill up and pressed the trigger. Drill had control and took me for a 5 minute ride. I couldn’t even let go of the handle I was so out of control. I ended up completely demolishing two walls in my house. Don’t even have a wall left to hang my pictures now. This is a serious piece of equipment.


Wow, what do you use to crack nuts with?
huggy.singh3rd May

I can’t stop LMAO! Absolutely killed me lol


Alright Holden!
I only switched mine on

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Edited by: "rayman1970" 5th May
gman10013rd May

That must be a joke right !!


No this definitely happened, I read about it in The Daily Telegraph, he couldn't afford to buy anything on HotUKDeals for over a year. It was a tragedy.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 6th May
huggy.singh03/05/2019 22:41

I can’t stop LMAO! Absolutely killed me lol


OH NO! Got me lol again!!!
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