TITAN TTB353SHR 2500W 80KG/HR ELECTRIC GARDEN SHREDDER 230-240V - £69.99 @ Screwfix
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TITAN TTB353SHR 2500W 80KG/HR ELECTRIC GARDEN SHREDDER 230-240V - £69.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 9th Mar
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Garden shredder with powerful, long-life induction motor and thermal cut-out protector for additional user protection. Large wheels for improved manoeuvrability.
  • 80kg/hr Material Throughput
  • Shreds Branches up to 45mm Dia.
  • Cutting Blades
  • 2500W
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
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Shame its this one and not the bigger roller type one. Great deal of you're after this though.
Similar for slightly less cash on Argos too if you don't have a Screwfix nearby: argos.co.uk/pro…695 Price £66.66
Edited by: "morpheus" 9th Mar
Looks like you can't get spare blades for it.
Brother in law uses something similar to chomp up his household waste.
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Not bad, I have one... to stop it constantly clogging up I cut off the small plastic 'fingers' on the bottom outlet, (small plastic protrusions to stop you shoving your hand up inside) - once removed with a knife, the thing doesn't clog up...otherwise it's pretty much useless if chopping anything with leaves.
spannerzone2 m ago

Not bad, I have one... to stop it constantly clogging up I cut off the …Not bad, I have one... to stop it constantly clogging up I cut off the small plastic 'fingers' on the bottom outlet, (small plastic protrusions to stop you shoving your hand up inside) - once removed with a knife, the thing doesn't clog up...otherwise it's pretty much useless if chopping anything with leaves.


Thanks, will give that a go. It's a good bit of kit for the price. Got mine from b&q which was a bit cheaper. It's identical but in green.
nick_sub4 m ago

Thanks, will give that a go. It's a good bit of kit for the price. Got …Thanks, will give that a go. It's a good bit of kit for the price. Got mine from b&q which was a bit cheaper. It's identical but in green.


Yeah I'm pleased with mine but found shredding leafy material (small branches etc) would clog up the bottom exit hole... the casing opens up quite easily, I then easily removed the little protective fingers to make the exit hole smooth and not obstructed and now it works a lot better.... when you open it up you'll see what I mean.
These are quite good at chipping brambles, but not much else - clogs easily - I have quite a few Titan tools, chainsaw, pruner, multitool - tbh, they all breakdown really easily - the multitool went back to screwfix three times before I finally gave up!
Dusty18 h, 1 m ago

Brother in law uses something similar to chomp up his household waste.


Not a good idea to do that - makes it more difficult for the dump to sort through it.
Dusty18 h, 44 m ago

Brother in law uses something similar to chomp up his household waste.



Is it all waste that can be used in his garden?
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 10th Mar
I have had two of these types of shredders (not this make) and they were a real struggle as they kept clogging as others have said.
I then bought one like this (link below) by Qualcast - uses a roller - and it's fantastic. Chops thicker stuff, doesn't clog and it even catches all the chippings in the box underneath.

It's a silly price at Amazon; I got mine at Homebase for just over £100 but not showing on their website now - may be some in stores. It wasn't a reduction or clearance item and I saw them in there around Christmas time. Yes, I know it's more expensive but it's honestly worth several times the difference!

amazon.co.uk/Qua…MSQ
I bought one of these in 2016 and put most of an extremely overgrown/abandoned garden through it. It does clog often with smaller, wetter biomass and it does jam now and then but after a minute or two of clearing it is ready for action again. The only downside is you can't get replacement blades for it anymore from Screwfix. The blades are double edged and can be sharpened so you should be good for quite a lot of shredding.

As I was nearing the end of my garden work the blade chipped and it became unusable. I took it back to Screwfix a year after purchase and they gave me a full refund.
spannerzone5 h, 17 m ago

Not bad, I have one... to stop it constantly clogging up I cut off the …Not bad, I have one... to stop it constantly clogging up I cut off the small plastic 'fingers' on the bottom outlet, (small plastic protrusions to stop you shoving your hand up inside) - once removed with a knife, the thing doesn't clog up...otherwise it's pretty much useless if chopping anything with leaves.


You crazy genius you! I had one of these and thought it was rubbish as my handy man took ages.... To do a few branches. Tried to sell it for £30 and all I was offered was £20. In the end cut a few large trees (4 in total) (with chain saw) and used this to mulch all the branches. Amazing how much branches you can fit in a green bin with this monster!
You can get blades from aliexpress for a tenner (with the usual 30-40 day wait). They are of the same quality as the originals, so you can only sharpen them about 3 times before they are useless.
aliexpress.com/ite…tml
Alternatively, you can make them from a 1 inch bevelled chisel (off ebay etc) if you have the machinery/inclination.
I've had this shredder for over 2 years. It's okay if you only have small branches to shred. But still gets easily clogged (even with the fins removed) with stringy bits if the blades aren't super sharp.
Edited by: "buddhabelly" 10th Mar
nick_sub16 h, 13 m ago

Thanks, will give that a go. It's a good bit of kit for the price. Got …Thanks, will give that a go. It's a good bit of kit for the price. Got mine from b&q which was a bit cheaper. It's identical but in green.



diy.com/dep…prd £84 there
buddhabelly11 h, 23 m ago

You can get blades from aliexpress for a tenner (with the usual 30-40 day …You can get blades from aliexpress for a tenner (with the usual 30-40 day wait). They are of the same quality as the originals, so you can only sharpen them about 3 times before they are useless.https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Garden-Shredder-Chipper-Blade-Fits-SCREWFIX-TITAN-TTB3535HR-2500W/32829411078.htmlAlternatively, you can make them from a 1 inch bevelled chisel (off ebay etc) if you have the machinery/inclination.I've had this shredder for over 2 years. It's okay if you only have small branches to shred. But still gets easily clogged (even with the fins removed) with stringy bits if the blades aren't super sharp.


Thank you! One of the blades snapped last week and I'd been looking for a replacement. I've had mine 2.5 years now, great machine.
cphipps5 h, 35 m ago

Thank you! One of the blades snapped last week and I'd been looking for a …Thank you! One of the blades snapped last week and I'd been looking for a replacement. I've had mine 2.5 years now, great machine.


And while you wait for the blades, if you haven't alreadty done so, probably worth getting some replacement screws (M6, 12mm) that wont round off as easily as the originals: eg: ebay.co.uk/itm…649
had mine a couple of years, tried it twice and when running it was ok but as other have said it cloggs up no end. I will remove the fins as they seem to be a design flaw 'catches all the fine mulch that should drop out the bottom'. Great to have a link for replacement blades... if this is the only thing that goes wrong probably worth buying a spare set now in anticipation
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