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Cirrus

I hate them Luke, lots of dust. I use a Bosch SDS multi drill on chisel function myself.
 
I have used them a few times and think they are great, if you are worried about dust just connect your hoover to them, fast neat and clean, Also nice clean lines for plastering

Mark
 
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Reg Man

Try a 'Sparky' wall chaser from Screwfix. I have two 125mm ones on the go. They are not too dear either BUT they are German so made very well. The wall chaser is a must BUT ONLY if you have a good extractor. Look at Bosch Gas25 Or Gas50, they have a vibrating filter which stops clogging. Numatics 'Henry' also works but get re-usable bags not paper ones. The 'Henry' is considerably cheaper also.
If you want the best though, its the Hilti DCSE-20. Big Big Bucks new though.
 
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Cirrus

Thinking about something similar myself Alex. Try fleabay - some good deals there
 
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Cirrus

I dislike SF - never buy anything from em personally. Better deals at the wholesalers IMO
 
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Lofty

Hi,
I'll use a chaser on a new build site,e.g. extension etc., because of the dust otherwise it's Bosch SDS and chisel. Keeps the customer a lot happier I've found.
 
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Lofty

Hi,
Tends to clog up. maybe the vacumn is getting a bit 'cream crackered' and needs replacing.

Cheers,
 
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Ts1 Marty

I ve got a Hilti chaser complete with a hoover . If you are going to invest in one get the best you can afford because the cheap ones will only brake. My hilti is worth its wait in gold and with the help of a hammer chisel we can chop a 3 bed house out in 1 hour. Take 30 min the clear up though. If you position the chaser correctly there is'nt any dust just make sure the hoover is empty

Ive used cheap chasers before and everyone broke.
 
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EasyFox

It's the Dewalt 24v & chaser or hammer & scutch on extensions & occupied.
If a new build it's the metabo chaser & sod the dust:D
 
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wonkey donkey

I dislike SF - never buy anything from em personally. Better deals at the wholesalers IMO
Talks sense, Proper extraction, henry hoover is spot on, saves destroying plaster that is already blown, if you like plastering carry on smacking the life out of walls, chasing machine is simple , cost effective and clean
 
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adamh

only had a quick glance looks ok tho you never know what the plasters hiding so you get more feel with a hammer and bolster but im 2 lazy so i like a sds with a chisel bit rememeber once when i went through a gass pipe could of ended in dissaster :O lol
 
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