Rated 4 out of 5Â by nightowl Nice drill
Good value for money drilled 30 odd 10mm holes by 120mm in brickwork so far and the drill works well
31 Jul 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Boz1 Hopeless
A total shame, powerful drill, which promises so much ad delivers so little I bought one in May, used it to drill 10 holes in a brick wall, and the chuck jammed. So i returned it. The replacement drill lasted 7 holes before it jammed again, and was replaced. Today the replacement drill chick has jammed.......... on its 2nd hole.
This drill is awesome value if you never want to use it on the hammer setting. It is perfect on wood, drills quickly and effectively, but on hammer action it just jams shut. Hopeless
20 Jul 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ryan0001uk Another great Titan product
Bought this after my drill packed in. Have not been disappointed. Has all of the features you would expect, comes in a quality case which is ideal for storing in van. Great Titan product
26 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by ToolboxDave Blinds hanging nicely
Really wanted a DeWalt having borrowed one before and been mightily impressed with the difference in handling between a pro tool and a cheaper DIY one, but Wallet (and wife!!) said no.
Had initially dismissed the Titan through combo of Brand snobbery and a conviction that a Â£40 drill would not be very good.
Having used it, I am impressed, the gearing is nice and smooth, giving me good control which is what an amateur needs, I have drilled into concrete lintels without the bit wandering and the holes ending up too big for the plugs.
Really wanted to go with a keyed chuck, but the keyless chuck on this seems very good, it gripped the bit very firmly, and not once did the bit slip whilst in the lintel.
Was also impressed with the weight, it looks like a bit of a beast when you first clap eyes on it, but it is surprisingly light and easy to handle, also seems quite well balanced.
2 year warranty is a bonus, but hope that it is irrelevant, too early to comment on reliability, but feels very well made. I think that more attention has possibly been paid to the workings of the tool, than to the aesthetic design, but you can't have everything. Better to have something that works and looks boring, than a funky paperweight!!
25 Apr 2014