Bosch GSB 18 V-EC Brushless Combi Drill Inc 2 x Batteries in L-Boxx £155.99 Priority Plumbing - HotUKDeals
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Bosch GSB 18 V-EC Brushless Combi Drill Inc 2 x Batteries in L-Boxx £155.99 Priority Plumbing

£155.99 @ Priority Plumbing
looking for a saw but spotted this offer which looks good for brushless kit.   The tool features a belt clip, a bit holder for convenience and interchangeable colour clips for quick recognition.… Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
looking for a saw but spotted this offer which looks good for brushless kit.

 

The tool features a belt clip, a bit holder for convenience and interchangeable colour clips for quick recognition.

Supplied with

charger,

1 x belt clip,

1 x bit holder,

4 x colour clips,

L-BOXX,

1 x 4.0Ah and 1 x 2.0Ah Li-ion batteries.

+ free next day delivery
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1 Like #1
need a good drill for around the house but cant justify paying that price.
#2
Do it.... You won't regret it
#5
Is this really makes a difference in DIY use? I wont be using it for work as i work with steel. Plus option of using LXT batteries from Makita in other tools is appealing. Does Bosch and Makita offer similar tools and the quality? With interchangeable batteries?
1 Like #6
MikeMaMan
Is this really makes a difference in DIY use? I wont be using it for work as i work with steel. Plus option of using LXT batteries from Makita in other tools is appealing. Does Bosch and Makita offer similar tools and the quality? With interchangeable batteries?

In defence of this deal it does come with a 6 amp charger - that's twice as fast as the Makita.

Both deals come with 6Ah of batteries, but the bosch charges at twice the speed. The bosch unit's charging cycle will most likely overlap, while it's a unlikely that a Makita 3Ah battery will last an hour of good solid use while the second battery charges. Bosch 6 amp charger = continuous use.
#7
Is this the same but of kit, but £15 cheaper? Powertoolworld
#8
midlandmonkey
Is this the same but of kit, but £15 cheaper? Powertoolworld

I don't think it's the same model. The extra battery on the OP is well worth £15 and means you won't have any - or much - downtime waiting for a battery to charge. Which is a personal bugbear of mine.

If buying bosch the ideal scenario - regardless of the model of drill - is the 1860 (or 1880) charger and 2 x 4Ah batteries. I've never managed to flatten a 4Ah battery in 40 minutes and I've tried.
#9
midlandmonkey
Is this the same but of kit, but £15 cheaper? Powertoolworld

That is the older model without metal chuck and doesn't have kickback protection

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