TITAN TTP508KIT 10.8V 1.3AH LI-ION CORDLESS DRILL DRIVER & IMPACT DRIVER TWIN PACK @ screwfix £49.99
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TITAN TTP508KIT 10.8V 1.3AH LI-ION CORDLESS DRILL DRIVER & IMPACT DRIVER TWIN PACK @ screwfix £49.99

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Found 7th Jun
Saw these while picking some stuff up look like a pretty good set for some DIY only 80nm on the impact but should drive any screw you want.

Great value kit featuring a drill driver and impact driver with all-metal gearboxes, electric brakes and soft-grip handles. Both have LED work lights for applications in poor visibility. Supplied with 2 x 1.3Ah Li-ion batteries, 30-minute charger and carry bag.
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Bought this back in January for £85 and thought i got a bargain, reduced again over at screwfix, next best price is £70 at B&Q - Very good deal

Needed this for creating an en-suite in my home. I'm really impressed with the quality, the Carry case is fabric and sturdy which I wasn't expecting. One very small gripe the battery's are a little difficult to remove. Probably not the product for a true tradesman but perfect for my needs. I was going to buy a more expensive brand but at this price with a two year warranty you can't go wrong.

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Dealmessiah15 m ago

If you're prepared to throw them away after a year or so then fine, but I …If you're prepared to throw them away after a year or so then fine, but I would save up and go for better. You'll not regret it.I'm not voting either way tbh


seeing as there's a two year warranty, throwing them away after a year would be pretty stupid
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I’m looking for a cordless drill just to do some basic diy and install some tv brackets etc, can anyone recommend one or will this do the job? Please and thank you
Edited by: "RickPC" 7th Jun
RickPC7th Jun

I’m looking for a cordless drill just to some basic diy and install some t …I’m looking for a cordless drill just to some basic diy and install some tv brackets etc, can anyone recommend one or will this do the job? Please and thank you


As long as you're not trying to drill into stone or deep concrete this should do. It will be harder work than a hammer drill but a cordless hammer will cost a fair bit more
RickPC8 m ago

I’m looking for a cordless drill just to some basic diy and install some t …I’m looking for a cordless drill just to some basic diy and install some tv brackets etc, can anyone recommend one or will this do the job? Please and thank you


I got this one from Screwfix last year. Used it rather a lot more than I had intended and it's been great. screwfix.com/p/t…08p

I will say the set in the deal would be good but less versatile
RickPC1 h, 10 m ago

I’m looking for a cordless drill just to do some basic diy and install s …I’m looking for a cordless drill just to do some basic diy and install some tv brackets etc, can anyone recommend one or will this do the job? Please and thank you


If this is the 'ONLY' drill you are going to own, then this set of 2 won't cover all your bases.... I work as a contract furnisher and use a Makita version of this twin set for over 4years. Although it is fine for 98% of the time, the 2% of the time when I need to drill brick or concrete, it hasn't got a chance. Hence, I say, if this is your only drill set, it won't cover enough bases and I actually lugged around a 18v in the van for the tough drilling.... Up to last month that is......

This is what I use now on site and leave the 18v at home. Amazing combo that covers all my bases (and more). If you can afford it, I can't recommend this highly enough.

its.co.uk/pd/…htm
powertoolworld.co.uk/mak…nly
Edited by: "ninjin" 7th Jun
ninjin10 m ago

If this is the 'ONLY' drill you are going to own, then this set of 2 won't …If this is the 'ONLY' drill you are going to own, then this set of 2 won't cover all your bases.... I work as a contract furnisher and use a Makita version of this twin set for over 4years. Although it is fine for 98% of the time, the 2% of the time when I need to drill brick or concrete, it hasn't got a chance. Hence, I say, if this is your only drill set, it won't cover enough bases and I actually lugged around a 18v in the van for the tough drilling.... Up to last month that is......This is what I use now on site and leave the 18v at home. Amazing combo that covers all my bases (and more). If you can afford it, I can't recommend this highly enough.https://www.its.co.uk/pd/HP332DZ-Makita-10.8v-CXT-Li-ion-Brushless-Hammer-Drill-Driver-Body-Only-_MAKHP332DZ.htmhttps://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/makita-hr166d-10-8v-cxt-slide-brushless-sds-plus-hammer-drill-body-only


The link is to a body only .but I found the combo all in
ninjin11 m ago

If this is the 'ONLY' drill you are going to own, then this set of 2 won't …If this is the 'ONLY' drill you are going to own, then this set of 2 won't cover all your bases.... I work as a contract furnisher and use a Makita version of this twin set for over 4years. Although it is fine for 98% of the time, the 2% of the time when I need to drill brick or concrete, it hasn't got a chance. Hence, I say, if this is your only drill set, it won't cover enough bases and I actually lugged around a 18v in the van for the tough drilling.... Up to last month that is......This is what I use now on site and leave the 18v at home. Amazing combo that covers all my bases (and more). If you can afford it, I can't recommend this highly enough.https://www.its.co.uk/pd/HP332DZ-Makita-10.8v-CXT-Li-ion-Brushless-Hammer-Drill-Driver-Body-Only-_MAKHP332DZ.htmhttps://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/makita-hr166d-10-8v-cxt-slide-brushless-sds-plus-hammer-drill-body-only


And that’s £300 worth of drills and batteries maybe slightly above budget for putting up a couple of tv brackets and putting some screws in the shed ..
would the impact driver be suitable to remove tyre bolts?
thefinest13 m ago

would the impact driver be suitable to remove tyre bolts?


No you want an impact wrench not a driver
sillyoldbear19 m ago

And that’s £300 worth of drills and batteries maybe slightly above budget f …And that’s £300 worth of drills and batteries maybe slightly above budget for putting up a couple of tv brackets and putting some screws in the shed ..


My post was to highlight the fact that the Titan twin set would not cover all scenarios, however slow the drilling. It would have no chance at all drilling into brick. A cheap 18v with hammer, would be a better all round investment for RickPC.

The reference to my new tools, is to show how far 10.8v has moved on (although it say 12v max, its actaually 10.8v).
sillyoldbear29 m ago

No you want an impact wrench not a driver



thanks
I've had this set for years; it's great for what it is. I also use posher stuff (Milwaukee equivalent for example) which is stronger. For the money this is fab.
thefinest17 h, 57 m ago

would the impact driver be suitable to remove tyre bolts?


Nowhere near. 18v 1/2 inch for that stuff.
dup?
Would these do for a decking project or should I be looking for something more powerful?
So having borrowed one of these before, I’ve been tracking this set. powertoolworld.co.uk/bos…HAQ



I’m looking to replace an old Wickes cordless 18v - the gearbox plastic notch thing snapped so although it works fine, it no longer clicks around when you turn the collar.

Is the Bosch set worth twice the price?

My other drill is a Bosch SDS corded hammer which works fine but it’s a bit unwieldy.
If you're prepared to throw them away after a year or so then fine, but I would save up and go for better. You'll not regret it.

I'm not voting either way tbh
Dealmessiah15 m ago

If you're prepared to throw them away after a year or so then fine, but I …If you're prepared to throw them away after a year or so then fine, but I would save up and go for better. You'll not regret it.I'm not voting either way tbh


seeing as there's a two year warranty, throwing them away after a year would be pretty stupid
RickPC12 h, 45 m ago

I’m looking for a cordless drill just to do some basic diy and install s …I’m looking for a cordless drill just to do some basic diy and install some tv brackets etc, can anyone recommend one or will this do the job? Please and thank you



Having recently scraped through a TV mount install with a cordless bosch with bigger batteries(and likely more torque) than this. I'd recommend a corded impact drill if you need to go anywhere near concrete. Also check you have a masonry bit long enough to drill the main bracket mount holes. As others have said, depends what's you are mounting to.
Also don't forget to check for wiring.
Edit: voted hot BTW. Great price for the pair of them. perfect for the majority of basic diy jobs
Edited by: "Mugginz" 7th Jun
Mugginz13 m ago

Having recently scraped through a TV mount install with a cordless bosch …Having recently scraped through a TV mount install with a cordless bosch with bigger batteries(and likely more torque) than this. I'd recommend a corded impact drill if you need to go anywhere near concrete. Also check you have a masonry bit long enough to drill the main bracket mount holes. As others have said, depends what's you are mounting to.Also don't forget to check for wiring


Yeah I killed my last drill which was pretty old and struggled drilling into brick, if anyone can send me some links to something not to expensive but will cope with the odd brick wall, and some diy I’d appreciate it thanks.
sillyoldbear1 h, 56 m ago

seeing as there's a two year warranty, throwing them away after a year …seeing as there's a two year warranty, throwing them away after a year would be pretty stupid


I didn't say throwing them away because they broke.

Maybe you'll throw them away because they're rubbish?

RickPC27 m ago

Yeah I killed my last drill which was pretty old and struggled drilling …Yeah I killed my last drill which was pretty old and struggled drilling into brick, if anyone can send me some links to something not to expensive but will cope with the odd brick wall, and some diy I’d appreciate it thanks.


Corded SDS plus then you can drill through whatever you want.


amazon.co.uk/dp/…Z6M Bargain go nuts.
Dealmessiah19 m ago

I didn't say throwing them away because they broke.Maybe you'll throw them …I didn't say throwing them away because they broke.Maybe you'll throw them away because they're rubbish?

If it takes you a year to figure out it was rubbish, was it that rubbish in the first place?
sillyoldbear11 m ago

Corded SDS plus then you can drill through whatever you want. …Corded SDS plus then you can drill through whatever you want. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008CNEZ6M Bargain go nuts.


Need something cordless
RickPC9 m ago

Need something cordless



Same brand as original deal and seems well rated
screwfix.com/p/t…704

This week I bought bosch corded hammer for any further masonry work I need to do. Paid about 40 quid for it.
Dealmessiah46 m ago

I didn't say throwing them away because they broke.Maybe you'll throw them …I didn't say throwing them away because they broke.Maybe you'll throw them away because they're rubbish?


I have used these for years. I use them almost every day in a professional workshop. They aren't rubbish. They haven't put a foot wrong and owe me nothing.
sillyoldbear39 m ago

If it takes you a year to figure out it was rubbish, was it that rubbish …If it takes you a year to figure out it was rubbish, was it that rubbish in the first place?


Probably, because you didn't want to admit it, so kept em for a year, then ditched them.
Bought workzone drill and impact driver. It’s a little more than this combo at £65 but really impressed with the quality and impact driver comes with two Samsung batteries. Quick release too on the batteries. Get that for little more if you can find stock. I always found calling Aldi customer service and asking which branch has the stock around you does the trick. This is still very good price for a combo set. Pretty good for a Diy job I would say. Have some heat.
Edited by: "maranthony" 7th Jun
Mugginz47 m ago

Same brand as original deal and seems well …Same brand as original deal and seems well ratedhttps://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-tti699com-18v-1-5ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/4908p?_requestid=511704This week I bought bosch corded hammer for any further masonry work I need to do. Paid about 40 quid for it.


I concur this 18V alternative would be the best option for RickPC.
Edited by: "ninjin" 7th Jun
thefinest112 h, 16 m ago

would the impact driver be suitable to remove tyre bolts?


Wheel nuts are torqued to ~110nm this only puts out 80nm
Owned these drills for about a year then they started playing up. The impact driver the chuck went off centre and the driver the clutch went. I would recommend spending a little bit more on Stanley deals or Erbauer.
If only these were Makita, it would be HOT
Spin_Jim852 h, 47 m ago

Owned these drills for about a year then they started playing up. The …Owned these drills for about a year then they started playing up. The impact driver the chuck went off centre and the driver the clutch went. I would recommend spending a little bit more on Stanley deals or Erbauer.


Erbauer and Titan are both brands of Screwfix, which are often the same manufacturer with different casings. Though I would be interested to see how the Erbauer set matches up to the Titan set, being twice the price. £22 more than the Erbauer at £132 gets your the Bosch set which is well worth the extra against the Erbauer.

£50 for these seems worth a punt if it can be returned within 2 years if faulty.
Edited by: "xfirebladex" 8th Jun
Bossworld7th Jun

So having borrowed one of these before, I’ve been tracking this set. h …So having borrowed one of these before, I’ve been tracking this set. https://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/bosch-gsb-10-8-2-li-combi-gdr-10-8v-li-driver-twinpack-06019b697f?utm_source=google&utm_term=&utm_campaign=Shopping+Priority&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=sJxW5HBL9%7Cpcrid%7C59507945055%7Cpkw%7C%7Cpmt%7C%7Cpdv%7Cm%7C&gclid=Cj0KEQjw1v66BRCV-6rh6s-Biu8BEiQAelpui9kxImdg3Bo2RQkZ3rFbCOyf1XdVvq1Di1NDWuDTWh4aAsMM8P8HAQI’m looking to replace an old Wickes cordless 18v - the gearbox plastic notch thing snapped so although it works fine, it no longer clicks around when you turn the collar.Is the Bosch set worth twice the price?My other drill is a Bosch SDS corded hammer which works fine but it’s a bit unwieldy.

ffx.co.uk/too…BwE

I'm trying to track these too but getting confused, wondered if these are the same set? I reckon they are worth it and probably a better option for heavy diyers/trades
These are great and will last. Just understand that they are only small tools, made for pillioting and screwing in to softwood. Perfect for kitchen units, ie fitting handles. As for stone they will drill thermalite, but that's about it. Don't attempt anything bigger as you'll just needlessly destroy the drill. They are decent. Not a great deal of difference between these and the same size Makita, Milwaukee ,dewault or bosch. Regardless how good the brand you still need the right tool. So for stone or brick you need a sds hammer drill. For drilling a 10 inch screw in to solid oak you need more torq so 18v impact driver. For bolts you need a torq wrench. A comprehensive kit will set you back about £4000. So for what these are, they are great for this price.
Edited by: "tdlcraig" 9th Jun
darknight690012 h, 44 m ago

https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Bosch-12Vgsbgdr-3165140734424-12V-2X2.0Ah-Li-Ion-Impact-Driver-And-Drill-L-Boxx?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIo4i5_vvE2wIVg53VCh1mqANhEAQYByABEgJco_D_BwE#topI'm trying to track these too but getting confused, wondered if these are the same set? I reckon they are worth it and probably a better option for heavy diyers/trades


Good spot. The GSB is the hammer drill version. Which I know won’t cut it in the same way as an SDS but hopeful for the occasional job it’ll save getting the SDS drill out.

They used to be branded as 10.8v but were switched to 12v.

I was annoyed that I missed the ebay 20% off as there’s a seller on there for £134 so would have been circa £107
john175bramley7th Jun

Would these do for a decking project or should I be looking for something …Would these do for a decking project or should I be looking for something more powerful?


I'd say this isn't powerful enough. I've done decking with a Ryobi (220nm) and later a timber frame shed base using a cheaper 150nm driver, both to drive in coach screws into structural timber. The 150nm driver struggled a bit.

This one is 80nm so I don't think it'd be powerful enough.
xfirebladex8th Jun

Erbauer and Titan are both brands of Screwfix, which are often the same …Erbauer and Titan are both brands of Screwfix, which are often the same manufacturer with different casings. Though I would be interested to see how the Erbauer set matches up to the Titan set, being twice the price. £22 more than the Erbauer at £132 gets your the Bosch set which is well worth the extra against the Erbauer.£50 for these seems worth a punt if it can be returned within 2 years if faulty.


Maybe it's possible i bought a dud, the Erbauer i own is the brushless version which for the most part feels more solid in the hand then the Titans did, bit the electronic brake is sometimes alittle harsh and can loosen the chuck and drop the bit holder at times which is rather annoying, the Stanley drills i got from Argos and as far as I'm aware they are built in China but under licence by Dewalt and they are good quality considering.
darknight69008th Jun

https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Bosch-12Vgsbgdr-3165140734424-12V-2X2.0Ah-Li-Ion-Impact-Driver-And-Drill-L-Boxx?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIo4i5_vvE2wIVg53VCh1mqANhEAQYByABEgJco_D_BwE#topI'm trying to track these too but getting confused, wondered if these are the same set? I reckon they are worth it and probably a better option for heavy diyers/trades


Still on the lookout, eBay has them for £130.50 from FFX after discount but can't help but feel the price is creeping up.
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