Titan TTB280DRH breaker £149.99 @ Screwfix
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Titan TTB280DRH breaker £149.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 5th Feb
£30 off this well reviewed breaker, went on sale today.
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Looks like something from Ghostbusters.....
I would say it looks like another toy for chaturbate
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Looks like something from Ghostbusters.....
I would say it looks like another toy for chaturbate
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It’s ok I managed to take down my wall and the next door neighbours. Hmmmm I was wondering why the living room had two different shades of wallpaper. Worked a treat for me8)
You might be able to achieve a similar level of destruction with this (plus its an sds drill)

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Got the same one from Aldi for £99 with 3 year warranty. They are good. Very heavy, but much more effective than a SDS breaker.
On a serious note, these are great for the price. I got one last time they were on offer for a garden project and it can happily break up 6" thick concrete bases, wall foundations, concrete slabs. It's been in use almost every day for the past 3 weeks and has saved a fortune in hire fees.
The new BFG9000...
hhali9 h, 12 m ago

You might be able to achieve a similar level of destruction with this …You might be able to achieve a similar level of destruction with this (plus its an sds drill)https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb653sds-corded-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/6846h


I have tried and wouldn't recommend taking on anything like a concrete base with it. However agree it is a fantastic tool and has taken down the odd wall, lifted tiles and great for stirring cement.
hhali11 h, 52 m ago

You might be able to achieve a similar level of destruction with this …You might be able to achieve a similar level of destruction with this (plus its an sds drill)https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb653sds-corded-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/6846h


That's 8J impact, this is 45 joules.

If you are demolishing a wall an sds drill might be ok and lighter and much easier to handle and has many other uses, but if you are smashing up a concrete base you really do want something like this. A mate brought one of these round to smash up a concrete slab and I've used it myself and was quite impressed.
I've only ever bought this at £149. So, I can't add heat. However, I can say it's a good tool.
If people don't mind going second-hand, you can grab these off eBay for around £50-70. I picked one up for £60 a month ago for some extensive works. Only needed a replacement drill bit (under a tenner from Toolstation).
Warning: this is not a vibrator
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