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I have a similar drill made by Makita , has been used and abused and still works just fine

In my experience erbauer tools offer very good price to performance
 
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This is my birthday present from my wife, which was in november. It's taken my that long to decide what to buy!
 

Rpa07

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She’s probably spent the money already and you’ll have to wait until this November - clever are women!
 

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I bought an Erbauer reciprocating saw,for a particularly arduous,one-time task....i've had it 3 years,and it is indestructible:)

It come in a really nice,nylon case,and it was on offer at the time,for £55 :eek: 25mm steel rod or firewood....it does not fail ;)
 

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Only ever used erbauer grinders which u bought to abuse and they still havnt give up really impressed with the quality for the price
 

Gavin John Hyde

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I have found titan and erbauer stuff from screwfix to be quite good quality, especially for the price and I have a Titan sds+ and the thing is damn good, goes through anything and lasted much longer than tools 4 times the price.
 

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I've had a Titan SDS max for a few years now solely for driving in earth rods and it's still going strong.
 

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