Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill Driver with Two 18 V Batteries £68 Amazon & FREE Delivery in the UK - HotUKDeals
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Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill Driver with Two 18 V Batteries £68.00 Amazon & FREE Delivery in the UK

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Product Description The Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 cordless drill is a professional for fitting projects. Be it screw driving, drilling or impact drilling - this cordless drill completes them ideally with… Read More
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9m, 1d agoFound 9 months, 1 day ago
Product Description

The Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 cordless drill is a professional for fitting projects. Be it screw driving, drilling or impact drilling - this cordless drill completes them ideally with its powerful 2-speed planetary gearbox. During work, you benefit from its handiness and low weight as well as from the maximum endurance of its 18 V lithium-ion battery.

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Bosch PSB 1800 Li-2 Cordless Hammer Drill

1 hour charger

2 x battery

screwdriver bit

instruction manual

carry case
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9m, 1d agoFound 9 months, 1 day ago
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1 Like #1
great deal
2 Likes #2
this is lower rated batteries.

already on here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-cordless-combi-drill-with-two-2-0ah-li_ion-batteries-68-bandq-2501630?p=28651870

with two 2.0 ah batteries on b and q finishes bank holiday..
#3
Suits all my requirements except one, it only has a 10mm chuck... pass.
1 Like #4
RealDash
Suits all my requirements except one, it only has a 10mm chuck... pass.


Anything bigger than 10mm you should be using an SDS drill.
#5
Oh not this again....!
#6
I have this drill, bought last time it was on sale.
It is generally great all-arounder but one thing it is unable to do efficiently is dense concrete / solid bricks.
You can still drill those materials but in comparison to a corded hammer drill it is 2 minutes to 5 seconds... so if many holes to be drilled, just do the maths :-)
#7
jonnithomas
this is lower rated batteries.
already on here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-cordless-combi-drill-with-two-2-0ah-li_ion-batteries-68-bandq-2501630?p=28651870
with two 2.0 ah batteries on b and q finishes bank holiday..
Well spotted. http://i867.photobucket.com/albums/ab236/Adison4eva/Animated%20smiley%2000/smiley_two_thumbs_up.gif
#8
Great DIY drill
1 Like #9
The Bosch Pro Blue version isn't much more when it's on offer. Screwfix were doing a managers deal for £89 for 18V and that would be a better but (IMHO).
#10
Yes - good price, but buy from B&Q to get the bigger batteries (it's not a mistake in either advert, they really are different). I've been using mine this weekend, good little drill.
#11
thefoosfan2011
RealDash
Suits all my requirements except one, it only has a 10mm chuck... pass.
Anything bigger than 10mm you should be using an SDS drill.
Nonsense. I dont drill masonry.
#12
got this, it's brilliant
#13
thefoosfan2011
RealDash
Suits all my requirements except one, it only has a 10mm chuck... pass.


Anything bigger than 10mm you should be using an SDS drill.


i don't think you should tell everyone who has a high end makita Milwaukee or dewalt that their drill chuck is the wrong size.
#14
HEAT!!!!!!

DRILLIANT!
1 Like #15
missmisiowa
I have this drill, bought last time it was on sale.
It is generally great all-arounder but one thing it is unable to do efficiently is dense concrete / solid bricks.
You can still drill those materials but in comparison to a corded hammer drill it is 2 minutes to 5 seconds... so if many holes to be drilled, just do the maths :-)
Would have thought that would be pretty obvious to most out there, that a mains electric drill is always going to be far more powerful than a cordless battery one..

Edited By: crazylegs on Aug 28, 2016 14:55
#16
Thoughtful
The Bosch Pro Blue version isn't much more when it's on offer. Screwfix were doing a managers deal for £89 for 18V and that would be a better but (IMHO).


was that including battery or just a body ?
2 Likes #17
Work as a Plumber and have been using one of these with 2x 2ah batteries almost daily for at least 18 months. Really abused it, even using it to mix up small buckets of plaster with a paddle bit. Thousands of screws and 7-10mm holes in brick etc. Couple of hundred holes in steel baths, brackets, uni rail and the like. Used some pretty big hole saws in plaster, particle board and mdf too. It's still going strong surprisingly with no faults!
Thought I'd try one initially after wearing out an expensive Makita one and then having my replacement stolen. Expected it not to last very long, but at £35 a replacement body I was going to be happy replacing it every few months.
To those saying they are drilling holes in brick for 2 mins with this you're being daft, get some better drill bits!!
Looking to replace it with a blue one when it dies, and when I get one of these illusive Screwfix vouchers. Just a stupid image thing really.





Edited By: willllllllll on Aug 28, 2016 15:30: Typo
#18
jonnithomas
Thoughtful
The Bosch Pro Blue version isn't much more when it's on offer. Screwfix were doing a managers deal for £89 for 18V and that would be a better but (IMHO).
was that including battery or just a body ?
As I remember it was two batteries ! Also something with cordless charging but that was more money and an option.
#19
Ordered then cancelled when I saw the b and q for same price better battery deal. Sorry this is now cold.
#20
It has now gone up to £71.99 on Amazon.....
However, if you buy from Wicks using click and collect you get 15% off, if you spend £75
I have just ordered one with a £3.99 bit, and the total came to £64.58. It may only be £3.42 cheaper, but it's my £3.42!! ;-)
banned#21
£84.00 now

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