"I needed to remove a large amount of concrete for a project. Considered the cost of hiring against the convenience of owning and working as time allows. This fits the bill not too expensive and easily deals with concrete 4" to 5" thick. I have used it all day and would not be without it. Not sure on reliability certainly appears to be well built and 2 years guarantee. I like the heavy weight though some people will struggle handling this tool. To sum up, its brilliant value."
"Amazing piece of kit. I was initially doubtful that this would get through the foundation of a conservatory that needed removing which was concrete and about a foot deep. It proved me wrong and with the pointed chisel head it shattered the concrete ready to be wheel-barrowed away. I was quoted over £1000 to remove the conservatory and foundation so this has already made its money back and more. I just need to find more things to demolish now!"
"Buy one ... Had a large area of tough and very thick concrete to remove, discovered after removing surface soil in front garden. Was organising a hire breaker when came across this. Bought the Titan a little reluctantly as I was a bit sceptical given the size and strength of the concrete to break up. But I was encouraged by the reviews here. Bought it and thought to myself that this job will either take a few days of slog - or - I will have to hire a bigger breaker after all. Happily how very wrong I was - I am not exaggerating - but the Titan obliterated the concrete in an hour ... an hour! At the very start I thought my fears were confirmed. It very slowly vibrated its way into the surface – I assumed it was not up to it - but then the huge metal bit wedged in and the vibes of the heavy machine caused multiple cracking. Soon square foot chunks were coming away like an icebreaker ship drifting through the frozen sea. As so efficient was all over in an hour as I say so cannot really comment on longer use re body vibration ill effects others mention. For my hour it was fine. Now it is stored away safe in the knowledge that if I come across any more annoying swaths of concrete it will be an absolute doddle shifting it."
"Bought this to take down a old out building and paths to make way for a new extension. Went through the reinforced concrete roof no problem and all the paths. Found was a bit too heavy to use on walls, even had no problem breaking up the 18" concrete footings. Only downside is that there's no anti vibration in the handles, found even with a good thick lined welding gloves could only use for about 30 mins at a time with out shaking you to bits. Overall a excellent bit of kit for the money."
"Had this for about a month now. Been used to break concrete up to 12 inches thick, demolish walls and cut cable grooves into paving. Can't fault its performance but as you may expect its a bit heavy after a full days use."
"Needed a breaker but didn't want to pay hundereds of pounds, this had no trouble breaking up concrete over 6" thick. Seems well made and really tough. Will pay for it's self after a few jobs. Other breakers of a similar weight cost over a £1,000 to do the same job! Great machine, no regrets!!!"
"Only used for a day, but Im very impressed, you will not find a breaker this good for this price anywhere. And Screwfix have an excellent return policy, which means your two year guarantee is worth something."
"Really impressed with this breaker. I need to take up 10 meters of foundation, around half a metre thick, and in just a few hours have managed to clear about a third of it. Although quite a heavy piece of kit and it has been hard work so far it has been a joy to use and actually great fun. Looking forward to breaking up the rest. Saved money over cost of hire."
"Bought this to break an area of concrete 4m x 3m x 0.3m. Due to other reasons i wasn't going to be able to do it all at once, and if I hired a breaker it would have to be for a week, so £150.00 to buy one made perfect sense. This item struggled a wee bit, but that is only because I was asking too much of it. Having said that, it broke up what needed doing, but it just took a while longer. For concrete up to say 6 inches thick, then this will just sail through. Anything deeper, then just buy this and be patient. It is very good value, if you're a power tool snob, ignore the TiTan name badge, this is as good as Dewalt or Makita at a fraction of the cost."
"I needed a breaker and was faced with the choice of hiring one or splashing out a lot of money.I saw the Titan breaker in Screwfix and after reading the reviews it got i thought its got to be worth a try.I was really impressed with the breaker and although it is a heavy piece of kit it has more than enough punch to take out every piece of concrete i've had to remove without exception."
"Like many tool purchases in life this purchase was for a specific headache, namely a large 40 year old concrete foundation that need to be removed. Having borrowed & hired a number of breakers over the years I felt it was time to own one for this job & others. The Titan breaker was also on promotion so compared well with a longer period of hire. The machine required a bit of simple assembly to fit the side handle but we were up and running in no time. The first squeeze of the trigger produced immediate satisfaction as the previous indestructible concrete cracked & started to fall apart. The machine is heavy enough to ensure good contact with the concrete, some lighter machines tend to dance about & require more effort from the operator, but not so heavy that you need to be a weight lifter to move the machine. I used the machine continuously for several hours during which it showed no sign of overheating, which again is a problem with some the lighter weighted machines when worked hard. I have used the machine on a number of similar jobs & it to date has performed without fault. The points that are supplied have stood up well & are comparable with most that I have used over the years. Overall this a a good valued piece of kit & does what it is meant to do."
"Had always used either a hired breaker for larger jobs, or a small drill breaker. Decided to take the plunge and pay out for the Titan breaker after reading the reviews. Having just saved myself a days work by using this breaker, I can support all of the other reviews, this is one serous bit of kit for reasonable money. If you are a professional thinking about hire v. purchase, I can recommend this for purchase, for after a few days of saving of hire charges this will have paid for itself."
"TITAN Breaker is a Beast alright, excellent value for your money. It performed well in a hole down through 18" of solid concrete without a problem stopping only when in needed a rest from hand/arm vibration and it was ready to hit it again. My only whinge is 1. TITAN/Screwfix needs to produce more of a selection of 110v options especially on this model. 2. The carrying case provided is a little delicate. 3. The main trigger handle could do with better ant vibration grip. RADAR"