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Titan TTB653SDS 5.9kg Electric SDS Plus Drill 230-240V £49.99 at Screwfix (free collection)
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Titan TTB653SDS 5.9kg Electric SDS Plus Drill 230-240V £49.99 at Screwfix (free collection)

£49.99£6928%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 28th Oct

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Decent drill at fair price.

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 & Chisel
  • Max. Impact Energy: 8J
  • Anti-Vibration System
  • Mechanical Safety Clutch
  • Magnesium Gearbox
  • Variable Speed
  • Replaceable Carbon Brushes
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8ANNED28/10/2019 12:54

Saw a bloke in SF last week returning 3 'well used' Titan demolition …Saw a bloke in SF last week returning 3 'well used' Titan demolition drills for replacement. So don't expect pro tradie quality out of these. I suspect he knew exactly what the craic was and just kept renewing every so often. The serial numbers didn't match and he kicked up a stink so I assume he has more in the van.


These aren't QUITE trade quality (but they are cheap). They ARE considered "f**king mental" for the money and have a bit of a cult following though.
If you need to remove a wall, they're ok. If you need to remove a wall, cheaply, make it regret it's life decisions and leave a stain on the racial memory of any walls in the vicinity - accept no substitute.
I have this and its a weapon. Doesn't get used that often but it goes through anything
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I have this and its a weapon. Doesn't get used that often but it goes through anything
Isn't this the price it is normally? Especially considering they sell three versions of this with various accessory kits, and the second tier one which isn't reduced is... £59.99
Saw a bloke in SF last week returning 3 'well used' Titan demolition drills for replacement. So don't expect pro tradie quality out of these. I suspect he knew exactly what the craic was and just kept renewing every so often. The serial numbers didn't match and he kicked up a stink so I assume he has more in the van.
Made a head sized hole in my wall in 5mins job well done
8ANNED28/10/2019 12:54

Saw a bloke in SF last week returning 3 'well used' Titan demolition …Saw a bloke in SF last week returning 3 'well used' Titan demolition drills for replacement. So don't expect pro tradie quality out of these. I suspect he knew exactly what the craic was and just kept renewing every so often. The serial numbers didn't match and he kicked up a stink so I assume he has more in the van.


These aren't QUITE trade quality (but they are cheap). They ARE considered "f**king mental" for the money and have a bit of a cult following though.
If you need to remove a wall, they're ok. If you need to remove a wall, cheaply, make it regret it's life decisions and leave a stain on the racial memory of any walls in the vicinity - accept no substitute.
It regularly drops to this price, I think it's £60 normally but I've been waiting for it to drop again as I missed out last time!
MilkTheFrog28/10/2019 12:50

Isn't this the price it is normally? Especially considering they sell …Isn't this the price it is normally? Especially considering they sell three versions of this with various accessory kits, and the second tier one which isn't reduced is... £59.99


This one's reduced from £59.99.
All the contractors I deal with have these. As the previous poster said, they use them abuse them,then take them back under warranty. I have one it's very good.
Bought its bigger brother to take down a concrete shed roof this past weekend. Great kit for the DIY’er.
xciv28/10/2019 14:43

Bought its bigger brother to take down a concrete shed roof this past …Bought its bigger brother to take down a concrete shed roof this past weekend. Great kit for the DIY’er.


How did all that asbestos smell?
8ANNED28/10/2019 14:45

How did all that asbestos smell?


None in it thankfully. The rusting barrel of roofing tar that was someone’s left over patch up attempt was annoying though.
Repost of a deal from last month, I picked one up from it, mine stopped working after 3rd use no power to it, haven't had chance to use the new one
I had this for 3 months and it's very powerful (great for mixing mortar) but the handle is flimsy so had to take it off (was always loose). Please correct me if I'm wrong, but the hammer action only works with drill bits provided (and they are huge), I needed hammer action for a smaller hole and had to use my old drill.
raffected28/10/2019 20:58

I had this for 3 months and it's very powerful (great for mixing mortar) …I had this for 3 months and it's very powerful (great for mixing mortar) but the handle is flimsy so had to take it off (was always loose). Please correct me if I'm wrong, but the hammer action only works with drill bits provided (and they are huge), I needed hammer action for a smaller hole and had to use my old drill.


Pretty sure any SDS bit will happily take the hammer action too.
llamaalarmallama30/10/2019 21:33

Pretty sure any SDS bit will happily take the hammer action too.


My SDS bits don't lock in the main chuck as they lack grooves that the bits that come with the drill have. I can fit my SDS drill bits to the extension chuck, but hammer action doesn't work when the extension chuck is on? I may have a slightly different model than the one above though (also from screwfix for £50)
raffected01/11/2019 21:22

My SDS bits don't lock in the main chuck as they lack grooves that the …My SDS bits don't lock in the main chuck as they lack grooves that the bits that come with the drill have. I can fit my SDS drill bits to the extension chuck, but hammer action doesn't work when the extension chuck is on? I may have a slightly different model than the one above though (also from screwfix for £50)



If they don't have grooves then they aren't SDS drill bits, the difference in SDS bits is the grooves and they are all standard unless they are SDS Max(which is bigger). Anything SDS should fit in an SDS+ drill as it's a compatible standard. Normal drill bits will fit in an extension chuck though without the hammer.
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