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Old 24-01-2017, 07:44 PM
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Look at any Review for a milwaukee k900, or most other milwaukee products.

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Think I'm going to have to call time on Dan & the Titan hammer, I'm bloody sure it was me who bought one first from ScrewFix when I was after something with a bit of clout to take the old front room fireplace out
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Think I'm going to have to call time on Dan & the Titan hammer, I'm bloody sure it was me who bought one first from ScrewFix when I was after something with a bit of clout to take the old front room fireplace out
well whoever had one first ..... from a couple of days using one on/off a few months ago ..... sounds like it beats the hell out of the Milwaukee offering, for a fraction of the cost Rob ..... used quite a few differing ones over the years ... and have to say, I was IMPRESSED!!!! More so than I expected to be
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Have never looked back since buying the first Titan, only down side is no spares available, so when the bushes go that's it, keep it for spares till the next one breaks.
After reading this thread glad I don't think I'll be going to Milwaukee, or any of the others unless I've already used one.
Dan this sucks for you mate, but thanks for trying to make sure everyone else knows how pants they are.
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Been following this thread with much interest and amusement
In the market for a decent breaker - so you can guess what I will not be buying with my hard earned cash!
Looks like it will be a Titan before the end of this tax year
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Been following this thread with much interest and amusement
In the market for a decent breaker - so you can guess what I will not be buying with my hard earned cash!
Looks like it will be a Titan before the end of this tax year
Yup, why pay more? My two are still going strong despite mountains of abuse.
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i thought the titans were poorly made had two brand new units die within a day

plus they have very little in the way of anti-vibration

I returned both and wont be getting another having said that still got that shitty milwaukee breaker, the temperamental piece of junk. Sometimes works at full power other times you have to mess about with it till it decides it will give full breaking force and even then its performance is poor which reminds me should really list it up on ebay
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i thought the titans were poorly made had two brand new units die within a day

plus they have very little in the way of anti-vibration

I returned both and wont be getting another having said that still got that shitty milwaukee breaker, the temperamental piece of junk. Sometimes works at full power other times you have to mess about with it till it decides it will give full breaking force and even then its performance is poor which reminds me should really list it up on ebay
yeh .... they do tend to vibrate at a level that many of the female persuasion'd pay damned good money for
but hell don't they break through concrete
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....... I'm bloody sure it was me who bought one first from ScrewFix when I was after something with a bit of clout to take the old front room fireplace out
Knew I had pictures somewhere as remember getting picked up on lack of eye protection

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