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Bosch 550W 240V Corded SDS Plus Rotary Hammer Drill PSBH2100RE - £58.00 @ B&Q

£58.00 @ B&Q
Product Information No load speed: 2300 rpm Blows per minute: 0-5800 bpm Torque settings: 18 3 speed speed gearbox Weight 2.2 kg; Cable length 2.5 m Features and Benefits Pneumatic Bosch ha… Read More
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Product Information

No load speed: 2300 rpm
Blows per minute: 0-5800 bpm
Torque settings: 18
3 speed speed gearbox
Weight 2.2 kg; Cable length 2.5 m
Features and Benefits

Pneumatic Bosch hammer mechanism for high impact in hard materials
Bosch SDS-plus for fast, tool-free accessory changes
Integrated chisel function with Vario-Lock meaning freely selectable work position of the chisel
Guarantee - 2 years
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#1
Good for drilling, is light and easy for drilling through concrete. Works well when using diamond cutting hole saws, but dont expect to do any heavy chiselling or channelling with this it does not have the power for that.
1 Like #2
This was posted a week ago. And can use a £10 discount code to get at £48

This or the wickes one at £40 but with bits?
#3
Wickes brand tends to be Silverline but who knows who makes the cheaper Bosch and other brands. For the record I have the Wickes branded 10.8v drill. Can't fault it and it has one of the quickest chargers you can buy in a 10.8v. Don't believe the spec on wickes site as it's wrong. The 10.8v has a samsung lithium battery and quick charger and when on offer it's £34.99.

I can recommend this Bosch drill though. I bought one the first time it was on offer.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Mar 12, 2017 23:39
#4
Nevwdr
Good for drilling, is light and easy for drilling through concrete. Works well when using diamond cutting hole saws, but dont expect to do any heavy chiselling or channelling with this it does not have the power for that.


Don't expect it to last long if you're going to stick a diamond core bit in it.
#5
sunil237
This was posted a week ago. And can use a £10 discount code to get at £48

This or the wickes one at £40 but with bits?


Can you send me code?
#7
Would this be fine to drill 4mm diameter 70mm depth holes into 30 year old concrete?
#8
nemo399
Would this be fine to drill 4mm diameter 70mm depth holes into 30 year old concrete?
Yes, just buy an sds drill bit
#9
nemo399
Would this be fine to drill 4mm diameter 70mm depth holes into 30 year old concrete?

It should indeed - in my experience, I don't really see many SDS drill bits under 5/5.5mm. However, something like this should fit the bill: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-245011-Plus-Masonry-Drill/dp/B000LFU7Y8/ref=pd_lpo_60_tr_t_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=0C3MYV9WKQ7FX0GF6H67


Edited By: FatalSaviour on Mar 13, 2017 11:00
#10
FatalSaviour
nemo399
Would this be fine to drill 4mm diameter 70mm depth holes into 30 year old concrete?

It should indeed - in my experience, I don't really see many SDS drill bits under 5/5.5mm. However, something like this should fit the bill: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-245011-Plus-Masonry-Drill/dp/B000LFU7Y8/ref=pd_lpo_60_tr_t_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=0C3MYV9WKQ7FX0GF6H67



Yeah sorry my bad, it's probably going to be something like 8mm. Thanks for the link
#11
Terrible customer support from B&Q in store, no way to contact on-line. I have broken mine only after using twice, . The problem with these so called hammer drills are , whenever you need hammer, or try to use hammer it starts shaking and the handle comes off and stuck in the torque. Result : torque and handle both damage. B&Q will never refund because it is your fault. these are poor quality range of Bosch drills, buy something decent such as Hitachi or Dewalt or just buy cheaper non branded.
#12
skanska
Terrible customer support from B&Q in store, no way to contact on-line. I have broken mine only after using twice, . The problem with these so called hammer drills are , whenever you need hammer, or try to use hammer it starts shaking and the handle comes off and stuck in the torque. Result : torque and handle both damage. B&Q will never refund because it is your fault. these are poor quality range of Bosch drills, buy something decent such as Hitachi or Dewalt or just buy cheaper non branded.
This exact model ?
#13
Bosching hell thats a good deal. Heat added.
#14
Would this be good enough for channeling to lay conduit for electrical cable in plaster / concrete?
1 Like #15
ryderage
Would this be good enough for channeling to lay conduit for electrical cable in plaster / concrete?
plaster i think so
concrete maybe
green bosch tools are meant to be for diy, with the blue ones being more for professional use

I have not used the above tool. But if I was using it to channel concrete, I would probably pay a little extra and get the bosch blue sds

for example £90
link
#16
What's the warranty like on this model please ?
1 Like #17
rford78
What's the warranty like on this model please ?

Without wanting to sound rude which is not my intention, did you not click on the link and read B & Q's description. I actually have this drill but didn't know the answer so that's what I did.

Don't expect in year 2 though for B & Q to do anything about as they will only become involved if there is an issue with Bosch. I had a Ryobi product fail after 13 months and B & Q didn't want to know. I got in touch with Ryobi and got a replacement within a couple of days.
#18
I bought this about 6 months ago for renovating a room, its actually very good. Used it for knocking plaster off a wall, removing floor tiles, chiselling some concrete for radiator pipes, and chiselling bricks for electric cables to move power sockets and obviously lots of drilling into brick and concrete. It's only 550 watts but it feels a lot more powerful than an 800 or 850 watt bosch hammer drill when drilling holes.
#19
That's a good recommendation. Will see how we get on with mine. I got an old lean to extension to refurb. It's only single brick and as it's only narrow I don't want reduce it by another 5" with another brick skin and cavity so just going to use timber batten on a dpm with 25mm rigid insulation to give it some warmth. It won't meet today's U value for building regs but then it doesn't need to as it was approved when it was built. Lots of hammer in fixings will be a good test for the drill.
#20
I bought this to remove all the plaster in my 3 bed terraced house to save on labour cost. I started in my box room and the chisel snapped inside b and q replaced it no questions asked. The replacement did the whole house and is still going strong

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