Bosch PSB 18V Li-Ion 2 Gear Cordless Hammer Drill @ Homebase £54.99 - HotUKDeals
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Listed as Half Price from £109.99, and although this is a little far fetched, it's still a good price compared to other sellers and possibly the cheapest it's ever been.

£85.79 at Amazon
£89.99 at Argos
£98.00 at B&Q (comes with 2 batteries)

If you have a till receipt from a previous shop, you can also get a £5 off £50 code by going to https://www.paintusapicture.com/, making the drill £49.99.

Whilst buying the drill I also got Homebase to price match Argos' price of £19.99 for the Bosch 70 Piece Drill Set, which might be helpful for some people.
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#1
It has got a massive 4AH BATTERY on this which is prop worth 2 of another shops
#2
very good drill :)
#3
supplyuk
It has got a massive 4AH BATTERY on this which is prop worth 2 of another shops

its 1.5ah
#4
supplyuk
It has got a massive 4AH BATTERY on this which is prop worth 2 of another shops
Nope defiantly not a 4 mah battery
#5
Good drill got one 3 months ago for £90 with 2 batteries
#6
It does say 4AII on the battery but its really a 1.5mAh which you can see in smaller writing
2 Likes #7
I think this is the one with the 10mm chuck, which spoils it for me. It's an excellent price though, if the chuck size is ok for you.
#8
even tho it has a 10mm chuck it's brilliant. I'm a electrician and use this drill all the time. but alway good to have the two batteries. might get so I will have 3 batteries. the price of a single battery is almost the price of the drill
#9
Next question is...cheapest spare battery you can get?
#11
Thanks ARKJ
#12
Good deal
2 Likes #13
Don't bother, Bosch are not what they were. Get a Ryobi, DeWalt or Makita.
2 Likes #14
barneyonion
It does say 4AII on the battery but its really a 1.5mAh which you can see in smaller writing

Yes the conning sods have written "4 all" Which looks like 4AH. Then in feint letters 1.5Ah
This has got to be a deliberate ploy, very underhand oO

With only a 1.5Ah battery and a 1 hour charge time, a second battery is going to be essential

Edited By: money-talks on Jul 09, 2014 23:34
#15
Just to add some balance, I bought this drill for a house renovation from B&Q a couple of years ago (with 2 batteries) for about £90. It has handled everything I've thrown at it and is still going strong. I'm not a pro by any standard, but then a pro would most likely spend significantly more on a drill! For the handy DIYers out there, I can't recommend it highly enough.
I must admit, I'm tempted to do what the electrician chap suggested and get this deal so I own a spare battery (or keep one unit for drilling, one for screws ;) ).
#16
Looks good, and good price
always useful to have a second battery, even if its from another drill
#17
The 10mm chuck does limit the bits you can use, especially for masonry in order to take advantage of that hammer action.
#18
I have got this drill but I have paid much more for it. Great price and great drill
#19
Rickardo
The 10mm chuck does limit the bits you can use, especially for masonry in order to take advantage of that hammer action.

where does it say 10mm?
#20
4All is the Bosch trademark for their interchangeable battery system, so the batteries can be used in multiple tools - locks you into their ecosystem. There's no con about it.
I got a 2Ah battery with my Li-ion hedge trimmer and got a spare 1.5Ah for £30 from fleabay.
Very cheap given the price of new batteries.
#21
AzeemB
Rickardo
The 10mm chuck does limit the bits you can use, especially for masonry in order to take advantage of that hammer action.

where does it say 10mm?

There were 2 comments above stating it and I know my mate had one (although could be a different model) and had to borrow my drill because of the chick size/bit issue.
#22
For masonry jobs is much rather use my mains powered drill.

I got this 2 years ago with 2 batteries, chargee and protective carry case for £75.

Its a good piece of kit and also a Which? Best Buy.

If you can get one £54 is a steal.
#23
Thanks OP - Ordered. Been waiting for one of these to come up.
My old man has a 14.4 version and is thrilled to bits with it.
#24
cootuk2
4All is the Bosch trademark for their interchangeable battery system, so the batteries can be used in multiple tools - locks you into their ecosystem. There's no con about it.
I got a 2Ah battery with my Li-ion hedge trimmer and got a spare 1.5Ah for £30 from fleabay.
Very cheap given the price of new batteries.

It's not a con but certainly at first glance looks like 4AH

HEAT for this deal though, not many drills at this price with li-ion battery

Edited By: spannerzone on Jul 10, 2014 09:21
#25
it does have a 10mm chuck, but never found it a problem, i can use big sds drill bits in it no propblem
#26
Good drill, heat added.

Some things to consider: the green range is the DIY one, so don't buy it to use (abuse?) on site, as it is not made for this and will fail quickly. I have the 14.4v blue range (Pro) and is awesome.

Also, there are complaints about these 18v ones around the fact that the electric brake is too keen and can loosen up the chuck.

Anyway, for this price is a steal.
#27
Max torque 54 Nm... that side handle might be a bit optimistic

Good deal none the less, hotted
#28
very good prices for a great product, have some heat.
#29
out of stock near me :(
#30
Been looking at an Einhell drill here for £76.42: http://www.hmftools.co.uk/product.php/section/1006/sn/EINBTCD181I

How do they compare, I have an Einhel corded drill which has been a great bit of kit. I know everyone says Bosch, Dewalt, Makita etc but wondered what others thought about this combi drill deal.
#31
Cold not Hilti ;)
#32
£54.99 on amazon now. Order placed
#33
You may as well fashion something out of a corkscrew than go for dewalt, black n decker in disguise.

These are great for DIYers but not for pro tradesmen that have them in the go all day. Hence the colour system green for DIY and blue for tradesmen
#34
Just ordered one off of Amazon. Great price, thanks OP.
#35
I have one for over two years - made a lot of DIY over time & can't complaint. Paid much more for it at the time so @£55 it a steal. Hot!!!
#36
Just reserved one to collect in store. Went all the way to Leighton Buzzard for it (nearest with stock) ~15 miles, they had none. Phoned all the other stores in the area showing stock, they had none. Cannot say when/if any more will come in. Would have been a good deal
1 Like #38
spannerzone
cootuk2
4All is the Bosch trademark for their interchangeable battery system, so the batteries can be used in multiple tools - locks you into their ecosystem. There's no con about it.
I got a 2Ah battery with my Li-ion hedge trimmer and got a spare 1.5Ah for £30 from fleabay.
Very cheap given the price of new batteries.

It's not a con but certainly at first glance looks like 4AH

HEAT for this deal though, not many drills at this price with li-ion battery

Should've gone to specsavers... Doesn't look like 4AH to me at all, looks like "Power 4All"


Edited By: peaceoff on Jul 10, 2014 16:29
#39
1.5AH is fine for domestic use but the single battery will be a pain as it will undoubtedly run out at the critical moment. Always best to have two batteries.
#40
is there a 2 battery set version of this?

also what drill set would people recommend to get with this?

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