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Bosch PSB 1000-2 RCE Hammer Drill £71.43 (Dispatched from and sold by Amazon)

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Was £129.99 Save £58.56 Not sure if this deal is as good as what was posted few days ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/psbh2100re-bosch-550w-sds-corded-rotary-hammer-drill-was-87-now-42-with-… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Was £129.99
Save £58.56

Not sure if this deal is as good as what was posted few days ago
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/psbh2100re-bosch-550w-sds-corded-rotary-hammer-drill-was-87-now-42-with-code-40-2544698

Alternatively you got
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003UES78A/

But I'll leave it up to you to decide which one is more of value!

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If you want a hammer drill buy an SDS one. The ones shown won't go through much.
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fish323
If you want a hammer drill buy an SDS one. The ones shown won't go through much.

Is it not good for concrete?
#4

This one is 1000W motor, the one your suggesting is only 650W. So I'm confused now!
#5
iz123456789
fish323
If you want a hammer drill buy an SDS one. The ones shown won't go through much.
Is it not good for concrete?
No, it will be rubbish for concrete. You need a SDS for concrete.
#6
fish323
iz123456789
fish323
If you want a hammer drill buy an SDS one. The ones shown won't go through much.
Is it not good for concrete?
No, it will be rubbish for concrete. You need a SDS for concrete.
The SDS one recommended will blow the other away when it comes to going through concrete. I had a Bosch one I used for years before it died. You can get standard converters for it for less than £10 if you want to use non SDS bits. A rotary hammer drill is useless when it comes to concrete. Don't buy ones from Aldi or Lidl. I bought one and it failed the first time I used it. After the Bosch I bough a Makita SDS it is still going strong.
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iz123456789

This one is 1000W motor, the one your suggesting is only 650W. So I'm confused now!


Don't be, just because something has 40% more power on the specs doesn't mean it is better. sds vs impact, gearbox design, quality of components used, even the way it rotates the brush assembly to engage reverse. also you are going from a diy to a professional grade tool.
#8
fish323
fish323
iz123456789
fish323
If you want a hammer drill buy an SDS one. The ones shown won't go through much.
Is it not good for concrete?
No, it will be rubbish for concrete. You need a SDS for concrete.
The SDS one recommended will blow the other away when it comes to going through concrete. I had a Bosch one I used for years before it died. You can get standard converters for it for less than £10 if you want to use non SDS bits. A rotary hammer drill is useless when it comes to concrete. Don't buy ones from Aldi or Lidl. I bought one and it failed the first time I used it. After the Bosch I bough a Makita SDS it is still going strong.

would you say this drill is better than the one i posted http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/psbh2100re-bosch-550w-sds-corded-rotary-hammer-drill-was-87-now-42-with-code-40-2544698
#9
GoNz017
iz123456789
This one is 1000W motor, the one your suggesting is only 650W. So I'm confused now!

Don't be, just because something has 40% more power on the specs doesn't mean it is better. sds vs impact, gearbox design, quality of components used, even the way it rotates the brush assembly to engage reverse. also you are going from a diy to a professional grade tool.

which one is better this or this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/psbh2100re-bosch-550w-sds-corded-rotary-hammer-drill-was-87-now-42-with-code-40-2544698
#10
The blue drill is the professional use SDS drill. The green one is for the DIY brigade. This is how Bosch differentiates their products. Buy the blue drill.
iz123456789
GoNz017
iz123456789
This one is 1000W motor, the one your suggesting is only 650W. So I'm confused now!
Don't be, just because something has 40% more power on the specs doesn't mean it is better. sds vs impact, gearbox design, quality of components used, even the way it rotates the brush assembly to engage reverse. also you are going from a diy to a professional grade tool.
which one is better this or this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/psbh2100re-bosch-550w-sds-corded-rotary-hammer-drill-was-87-now-42-with-code-40-2544698
#11
I have this drill. Annoyingly I paid £97 a couple of weeks ago. I thought I'd done well when they put the price up by £20.

Anyway it's hopeless for concrete. It even struggles with brickwork.

I bought a titan sds drill from screwfix for about £60. It has a chuck converter included. You obviously can't use the sds hammer action with this so you will need sds bits to use it properly.
The titan is brilliant. I've put in a garage defender, put up a satellite dish and drilled through a cavity wall with ease.

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