Bosch Power4all PDR 18 Li-2 18V Cordless Impact Driver with 2 batteries and fast charger £67.49 @ Robert Dyas - HotUKDeals
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Bosch Power4all PDR 18 Li-2 18V Cordless Impact Driver with 2 batteries and fast charger £67.49 @ Robert Dyas

£67.49 @ Robert Dyas
Take on any tough DIY task with this powerful impact driver, delivering high torque and high impact force for optimum performance when driving screws in metal and wood. It features a compact, ergonomi…
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Take on any tough DIY task with this powerful impact driver, delivering high torque and high impact force for optimum performance when driving screws in metal and wood. It features a compact, ergonomic design that weighs just 1.3kg for fatigue-free working.

Might just be a good deal on this if you already use the Power4all range, with 2 batteries and a fast charger.

Use Code: STUDY10 to get it at this price. (also 10% of all items at Robert Dyas - I think)

Possible 4.6% cashback at Top Cashback if it tracks.

Free collect at store.

Blurb...
Lithium-ion batteries – There’s no memory effect and no self-discharge so the batteries will remain charged and ready to use, even when left in storage.

LED work light – The three-stage adjustable light gives you optimum visibility when working in dark areas.

Power: 18V
Maximum torque: 130Nm
No-load speed: 0‒2,600rpm
Cordless
Battery type: Lithium ion
Battery charge time: 1 hour
Weight: 1.3kg
Guarantee: 2 years (with when registered with Bosch)
What’s included:

Bosch PDR 18 Li-2 18V Cordless Impact Driver
2 x 1.5Ah lithium-ion batteries
1-hour charger
Carry bag
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Brilliant!!
#2
Hm, that's a model I can't find much info about.

From what I could find, the current Impact driver of the Bosch's Power4all series is PSB 1800 LI-2, which goes for about the same price on Amazon ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-PSB-1800-LI-2-Lithium-Ion/dp/B00L3XK06C/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1482773124&sr=8-1 ).

I am guessing that might be a discontinued/inferior model?

In any case, after reading some reviews, I think it's worth going for Bosch's blue (professional) line -even if it's a bit more expensive

http://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-gsb-18v-li-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/69942?source=aw&awc=1228_1482774677_dcba8f360d639927f9268fcabc27c189&cm_mmc=AffiliateWindow-_-Communities+%26+UGC-_-TextLink-_-47868&utm_source=affiliatewindow&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_campaign=Communities+%26+UGC&utm_content=TextLink&utm_term=47868




Edited By: nske on Dec 26, 2016 17:54: edit
#3
This is an IMPACT DRIVER specifically for driving screws, not drilling, its easier on the wrist and will drive screws 3x faster than a combo drill. Itcompliments the 1800li and was introduced at the same time as the PSB 1800. For the extra batteries and charger I think it's a good deal, up to folks to decide I guess.

One other thing to think about, is that this is hard to get hold of with the extra batteries and charger at this price. eBay sell the baretool for around £67.
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Brilliant!!

nske
Hm, that's a model I can't findmuch info about.
From what I could find, the current Impact driver of the Bosch's Power4all series is PSB 1800 LI-2, which goes for about the same price on Amazon ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-PSB-1800-LI-2-Lithium-Ion/dp/B00L3XK06C/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1482773124&sr=8-1 ).
I am guessing that might be a discontinued/inferior model?
In any case, after reading some reviews, I think it's worth going for Bosch's blue (professional) line -even if it's a bit more expensivehttp://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-gsb-18v-li-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/69942?source=aw&awc=1228_1482774677_dcba8f360d639927f9268fcabc27c189&cm_mmc=AffiliateWindow-_-Communities+%26+UGC-_-TextLink-_-47868&utm_source=affiliatewindow&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_campaign=Communities+%26+UGC&utm_content=TextLink&utm_term=47868




Edited By: spiderontheweb on Dec 26, 2016 18:41
#4
nske
Hm, that's a model I can't find much info about.
From what I could find, the current Impact driver of the Bosch's Power4all series is PSB 1800 LI-2, which goes for about the same price on Amazon ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-PSB-1800-LI-2-Lithium-Ion/dp/B00L3XK06C/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1482773124&sr=8-1 ).
I am guessing that might be a discontinued/inferior model?
In any case, after reading some reviews, I think it's worth going for Bosch's blue (professional) line -even if it's a bit more expensivehttp://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-gsb-18v-li-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/69942?source=aw&awc=1228_1482774677_dcba8f360d639927f9268fcabc27c189&cm_mmc=AffiliateWindow-_-Communities+%26+UGC-_-TextLink-_-47868&utm_source=affiliatewindow&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_campaign=Communities+%26+UGC&utm_content=TextLink&utm_term=47868

How comes you're comparing drills to an impact driver?
#5
The ones that I mentioned can work as just drills but also support impact mode of operation, is that not the same thing?

If I understand your points correctly:

a) a pure impact driver is lighter
b) it's more powerful than a model that has both a drilling and an impact mode

Is that right? Or is the impact mode of operation inappropriate for driving screws and it's just for impact drilling.

Thanks and apologies if I'm being ignorant :)



Edited By: nske on Dec 26, 2016 20:47: edit
#6
nske
The ones that I mentioned support impact mode of operation, but can also work as just drills.
If I understand your points correctly:
a) a pure impact drill is lighter
b) it's more powerful than a model that can has both a drilling and an impact mode
Is that right? If so, I missed these facts -apologies in that case, I'm not an expert.
Thanks

oh ok, i'm no expert either. The photos look different to me :D
#7
The combination drills (screw and drill) can and do indeed act as impact drivers, but require more push and wrist action . IMPACT drivers are quicker, require less strength and are less likely to stall and stick during operation. A combination drill is a great price of kit, but if your constantly changing drill bits for screw bits and are thinking of another drill dedicated to screw driving then An impact driver is a more efficient option. Hope that helps.

Have a look at this short clip to see the difference:

You Tube Bosch 18v drill v 18v impact driver re

mudlouse
nske
The ones that I mentioned support impact mode of operation, but can also work as just drills.
If I understand your points correctly:
a) a pure impact drill is lighter
b) it's more powerful than a model that can has both a drilling and an impact mode
Is that right? If so, I missed these facts -apologies in that case, I'm not an expert.
Thanks
oh ok, i'm no expert either. The photos look different to me :D



Edited By: spiderontheweb on Dec 26, 2016 21:02: Link

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