BOSCH GSB 18V-EC 18V 2x2.0AH LI-ION Brushless Combi Drill £149.99 @ Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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BOSCH GSB 18V-EC 18V 2x2.0AH LI-ION Brushless Combi Drill £149.99 @ Screwfix

£149.99 @ Screwfix
Lightweight and compact, the Bosch GSB cordless combi drill is perfect for tackling long or awkward jobs. Electronic Cell Protection prevents the battery from overload, overheating and deep discharge … Read More
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Lightweight and compact, the Bosch GSB cordless combi drill is perfect for tackling long or awkward jobs. Electronic Cell Protection prevents the battery from overload, overheating and deep discharge and Electronic Motor Protection means the tool will run for longer. An innovative 2-speed gearbox allows for powerful screwdriving or drilling in wood and metal, as well as impact drilling in masonry. The Bosch GSB cordless combi drill is equipped with an auto-lock chuck for fast bit changes and it comes with two rapid charge batteries that are ready to go in 65 minutes for maximum efficiency.

2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries

2-Speed Variable & Reverse

65min Charge Time

13mm Auto-Lock Chuck

19 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill

Motor Brake

LED Work Light
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Was £169.99
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I think this is the older model , the newer ones have rubber on the handle grip. Try to see comparison reviews before buying.
I believe the newer model is the GSR 18 V-EC Professional

Edited By: AzeemB on Jan 09, 2017 22:25: wording
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Picked one of these up today (and returned it) so I can confirm, this is the old model. The new model has an all-metal chuck and a clever new clutch mechanism.

On the old one (which this is) when a screw is driven the to current torque setting the driver will continue to ratchet. On the new one, there's a trick new clutch that removes all driving force (cuts the motor) when the current torque setting is reached.

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