Titan TTB589SDS 2kg SDS Plus Drill. £34.99 @ Screwfix
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Titan TTB589SDS 2kg SDS Plus Drill. £34.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 26th Dec 2015
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Great package with case, bits and 2 yr warranty!

3-function rotary hammer drill with adjustable auxiliary handle. Specifically designed for hammer drilling in brick, concrete and stone as well as drilling in wood, metal and plastic. Very lightweight and easy to use. Supplied with depth guide, 3 x drill bits and carry case.
700W
Drill
Hammer Drill & Chisel
Single-Speed Variable & Reverse
Mechanical Safety Clutch
All-Metal Gearing
Lock-On Switch
Soft-Grip Handle
Fan-Cooled Motor

Product contents:
TTB589SDS, 3 x drill bits (6, 8 and 10 x 160mm), depth guide, auxiliary handle and carry case.
Specifications:
Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 30mm, steel 20mm. Max. impact energy 2J. Overall length 350mm. Weight 2kg.
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Good drill and at this price it's a bargain .
I need a drill that does that job and goes tbrough walls like butter. Is this the best drill the best drill for the price?
GoonerGetYa

I need a drill that does that job and goes tbrough walls like butter. Is … I need a drill that does that job and goes tbrough walls like butter. Is this the best drill the best drill for the price?



it definitely goes through walls like butter! I bought one a few months ago and it's a really decent, heavy duty, rotary drill (I'd only ever used hammer drills before this) - I did opt for the 1500w option though
Edited by: "coerce86" 26th Dec 2015
GoonerGetYa

I need a drill that does that job and goes tbrough walls like butter. Is … I need a drill that does that job and goes tbrough walls like butter. Is this the best drill the best drill for the price?


I borrowed an (old) SDS drill recently and it went through a 200mm single wall with ease.

I was so impressed I've been considering getting one myself.

My only question is, whats the difference between this 2KG one, and the 5KG one thats nearly twice the price but has literally hundreds of great reviews - screwfix.com/p/t…533 ?
Have the 5Kg one. Drilled right through 2 meters of brick, very quickly on its hammer setting then smashed/exploded through a facing brick on the other side. (your meant to switch off hammer just as your breaking through) It's too insanely powerful IMO. Used it to drill to place CCTV cameras on outside house bricks again on hammer setting. Unfortunately smashed through them, leaving fragmented brick exposed. But when not on hammer setting - takes a surprisingly long time to drill. So, for nearly everything but breaking concrete, your wayyy better with the 2 KG model IMO. The 2KG hammer setting will preserve your housebricks!

Edited by: "trampjuice" 26th Dec 2015
This drill is a BEAST
These are great for the money
You do need to be a bit careful with the 5kg one. It will also crack plaster around the hole if you're not careful but my god, is it powerful. Our house has some really dense bricks and I've burnt out bits with a hammer drill but with this it's a breeze.

BTW, the 5kg one comes with about 20 bits too so it's worth the extra just for them.
Yes you get a load of attachments. The 5kg one has been as low at £39.99 this year before new model came out. Ridiculous value for what you are getting
I bought this for double the price last week and haven't used it yet. Gutted.
funlovingcriminal

I bought this for double the price last week and haven't used it yet. … I bought this for double the price last week and haven't used it yet. Gutted.


Return it as an unwanted gift.
Take somebody with you Reserve and collect for new one at the same time
I got the 5kg. It would be like a using a full size rhinoceros to drill holes. Unfortunately it weighed about the same. So took back and exchanged for this 2kg model which has all the power I need for home DIY jobs and is a lot more flexible. Scrwefix absolutely no problem exchanging things. I love Screwefix!
I've got the 5kg one and yes it is a bit heavy to use for chasing out for back boxes etc but it's more than does the job. Doubles up as a jigger as well and makes light work of removing concrete from fencing posts.

I'd assume the 2kg one does the same job with a bit less grunt and would be better to handle and better for general drilling and chasing.

The impact driver and cordless drill from Titan are shocking. The impact driver failed twice on 2 new sets within weeks and barely any use and with basic fixing. The Sds drill though seems quality and has lasted me a year and a half now and doing a good job.
I bought one recently and it doesn't have a reverse function! Great when you are stuck in something...
Great price, limited use.
Is it any good for drilling with a 4" core bit.Need a new drill as I fit a fair few boilers,cheers,Hot.
A bit light for using with a core drill.
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