Recommendation for budget SDS?

Looks like the mode selection switch on my old Powerfix drill from Homebase has packed up, which means it will no longer hammer and drill at the same time.
So I need a replacement.
Looking at Screwfix I see that drills start at £39.99 for a 2Kg SDS Plus drill.
I would want one that can be used as a small breaker as well, so presumably roto-stop is needed.
I'm struggling with the Screwfix site at the moment - apparently nearly all are 110V or cordless. [Gah! Their selection panel on the LHS is rubbish! There are loads of 240V! ]
Of the two powered ones both look like more recent additions of my old drill in general size and in the layout of the controls. "Hammer drill and chisel" should mean that it can be a breaker as well.
Has anyone used these? http://www.screwfix.com/p/energer-z1c-hw-3007-5kg-sds-plus-hammer- drill-240v/41057 http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-rss6-20-2kg-sds-plus-drill-220-240v/14036
I realise that these are budget items, but the original has lasted over 10 years as far as I can remember and has handled all the tasks I have needed it for.
Also, what weight?
The cheaper Energer is 5kg and the more expensive Titan is 2kg.
Update - loads of choice. Any recommendations as to brand, weight etc?
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Dave R
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On Thu, 29 Jan 2015 15:17:20 +0000, David wrote:

Supplementary - some appear to have the motor at right angles to the drill bit, and others appear to be in line like a conventional hammer drill.
What are the benefits of the right angled motor (if any).
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On 29/01/2015 15:34, David wrote:

My first SDS was heavy old cheapo thing (like the 5kg model you linked)that I bought in an 'everything must go' sale. It was fine for rough stuff but pretty heavy if you used it above shoulder height for any period. Its biggest problem was that it burned through brushes very quickly and it proved impossible to get hold of new ones. Since it had demonstrated the value of the principle, I gave it to my brother before it conked out completely.
Now I have the blue Bosch. Lots more cash, but has been very dependable: http://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-2kg-sds-plus-drill-gbh2000-240v/87453
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On Thu, 29 Jan 2015 20:13:23 +0000, GMM wrote:

drill-220-240v/14036

I have been swayed by the "more power" as the old drill was 850 watt and more seemed better than less.
http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb278sds-5kg-sds-drill-230-240v/97533 Which is rated at 1500 watts.
From my previous use I am reasonably happy that most use will be where the heaviness is not an issue (I hope).
I realised I needed the drill tomorrow so I went for the £50 option.
I read on here that there is a cordless SDS coming up in Aldi, which might be an option to cover the times when the mains one is too heavy or cumbersome.
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To me, the weight of an SDS can become a problem when chasing walls for cables, etc. Just drilling a hole is too quick for it to matter much.
And because it's only on longish near continuous use, a cordless ain't going to be much use - unless you have plenty batteries.
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On 29/01/15 20:13, GMM wrote:

My Hitachi 2kg beat my old Aldi 5kg for useful work ability - which just goes to show...
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On 29/01/2015 15:34, David wrote:

It reduces the overall length of the machine a little, and on heavy machines shifts the centre of gravity down a bit.
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My experience with El-cheapo SDS drills is that they are OK so long as you don't use them continously. So ten minutes and then give them a break. Especially in the chisel mode.
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On 29/01/2015 15:17, David wrote:

I did what many others have, bought Lidl's cheapie. And a very solid performer. I am quite certain it is not as good as the Makita of this world, but for my needs it has been excellent.
My first SDS was one of the old very heavy ones - worked but not as well as this Lidl one. Has roto-stop and rotate-only and variable speed.
Maybe not available in the time-frame you need?
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Well thats a result then;!..

Yep still got mine that came with the drill still in use to this day and they've done a lot of work. It really doesn't owe me anything;)..

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