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Titan TTB653SDS 5.9KG Electric SDS plus Drill 230-240V (6846H) at Screwfix for £49.99
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Titan TTB653SDS 5.9KG Electric SDS plus Drill 230-240V (6846H) at Screwfix for £49.99

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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TITAN TTB653SDS 5.9KG ELECTRIC SDS PLUS DRILL 230-240V (6846H)
10 pounds off not bad for DIY.i have seen some professional use these aswell
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Used this to open up my blocked up fireplace, great piece of kit.
Isn't it always this price?

Some work i have to do and this drill have been in my radar forever, but it's never been anymore expensive (or cheaper!) Than this price
alexdodd27/12/2019 12:17

Isn't it always this price?Some work i have to do and this drill have been …Isn't it always this price?Some work i have to do and this drill have been in my radar forever, but it's never been anymore expensive (or cheaper!) Than this price


Correct and I seem to recall it dropping as low as £39.99. Worth getting. I have had one for several years and, although it gets a lot of use, it is still going strong. It does tend to get a bit greasy around the gearbox through use though and I keep thinking I need to open it up and regrease.
I have this, and it is worth the money for those difficult jobs where ordinary drills really struggle. I don't use it often, but I'm glad to have it. You can spend a lot more on a SDS drill, but for a DIYer, it is more than enough. It is heavy though!
Standard price.
Have one of these for removing stuff and drilling through 1M think walls, they are great for those uses but they are a inprecise tool to use for smaller jobs. For more general use better off with one of the smaller Makita Coredless's e.g. DHR202Z, that could be had for £80 recently. Still is double the price of these though - hence why we have both as these big brute SDS's really do destroy stuff quick.
Edited by: "ukle" 27th Dec 2019
Standard I thought it's 10 pound cheaper than standard.
Aldi still had a few of their £40 SDS Drills last time i was in.
Would be suitable for removing fence wooden fence posts concreted in?
snappyfish04/01/2020 07:28

Would be suitable for removing fence wooden fence posts concreted in?



Yes, its perfect tool for the job. Although if its not too much concrete might be easier just to dig out and lift.
Edited by: "ukle" 4th Jan
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