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Are they OK for medium to heavy DIY?
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Anyone??
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typical throw away tools they may last 5 weeks or 5 years+ providing you don't need spares
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Cheers all, your reply was what I expected!!... :thumbleft:
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I have had a Titan SDS for about 5 or 6 years now and I just use it as a mini breaker - seems to work fine for me
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