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bosch psr 18 drill/driver £40.00 B&Q

Ash2811 Avatar
8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Just picked a bocsh drill/driver from my local B&Q in Leicester (wigston)

I dont knw if its available in all the B&Qs but it's worth a try for the price!!

comes with carry case, drill/driver, TWO BATTERIES & charger.

cant go wrong for 40 squids i say!!!! cheapest is on amazon i found for £60

Good Luck!

Product Features


* Powerful 18 Volt Cordless Drill/Driver
* 10 torque settings for optimal torque when screwdriving
* Slow down or speed up the task with variable speed 0-700rpm
* Drilling depth: Steel 10mm / Wood 28mm
* Max. Screwdriving diameter 8mm
* Keyless chuck with click sound (Click tells you that the bit is tight)
* Integrated power light for working in low-light conditions
* Direction LEDs indicate if the drill is in forward or reverse mode
* Compact and ergonomic design
* Comes in a tough carrying case
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#1
How many batterys came with it mate some more info would be nice
banned#2
Broxy;3065899
How many batterys came with it mate some more info would be nice


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#3
OMG!!! I just bought this today too!

Reduced from £78 down to £48 then £40. I had a builder/carpenter friend with me and he said it was a good piece of kit even for a woman!! lol
#5
But the battery just 1.2A.
#6
Good price... paid £60 odd quid from homebase on a 10% off day and thought that was a good deal, regarding the batteries 1.2a is fine for this sort of drill...
#7
fern37
OMG!!! I just bought this today too!

Reduced from £78 down to £48 then £40. I had a builder/carpenter friend with me and he said it was a good piece of kit even for a woman!! lol


loll! yea i've just tried it out now..... very lightwieght and powerfull for a small machine :-D
#8
£38 from Homebase using there pricematch if you have one nearby, 3hr charger BTW
#9
i think its a good deal as it comes with two batteries.ok it might be 3 hr charge time but if you got two batteries its not a problem.had a bocsh drill for over ten years and its still works ok but the power in the battery has depleted over time voted hot oh i bought one yesterday.
#10
Not voted, but underpowered, 1 speed and long charge time.

Not good, even at this price.
#11
owlass
Not voted, but underpowered, 1 speed and long charge time.

Not good, even at this price.


In all fairness you are talking ****.
#12
pdhroche
In all fairness you are talking ****.



really, why's that then?
#13
I will never by bosch again if they go faulty u have to wait weeks for them sortied out customer service is a waste of time voted cold
#14
owlass
Not voted, but underpowered, 1 speed and long charge time.

Not good, even at this price.



* Slow down or speed up the task with variable speed 0-700rpm

Is that counted as 1 speed ??
#15
I think he means gears alot have 2 gears nowadays
#16
A Bosch Green range is very good for DIY. However this particular drill only has a max speed of 700 and no hammer. Pay that bit extra and buy a Ryobi that ticks all the boxes. This drill will be good for drilling into wood and light screwdriving applications.
#17
bought one of these 2months ago £50 have used it every day, nice bit of kit for screwing in screws not much good for drilling,
#18
deanos;3068150
£38 from Homebase using there pricematch if you have one nearby, 3hr charger BTW


Not sure homebase will pricematch as they don't sell this exact product.

http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=20001&partNumber=586724

If they do pricematch against the version they do sell, note it only has one battery - the extra battery availble with the B&Q deal is surely worth the extra 2 quid.
#19
Bosch donated one of those for the charity auction i held. I put it with a Draper Tool Set & Halfords Travel First Aid Kit and some lucky person had the whole lot for £40. Now thats a bargain!
#20
Tomb
* Slow down or speed up the task with variable speed 0-700rpm

Is that counted as 1 speed ??




Yes that's one speed (1 gear), ya need higher rpm for decent drilling.

A makita 12v trade drill with better specs and 3 batt's, for £52.78 delivered.
http://www.northerntools.co.uk/pages/clearance/m_6270dwpe3.htm


........waiting pdhroche :whistling:
#21
makita is very nice, tempted very tempted.
#22
dirge
makita is very nice, tempted very tempted.




sent ya a pm with another deal
#23
owlass
sent ya a pm with another deal


Would also be interested in any other deals.

My old drill is "smoking" & not in a good way :-)
#24
Tomb
Would also be interested in any other deals.

My old drill is "smoking" & not in a good way :-)




links sent in pm :thumbsup:
#25
Hi all,

I was a pile of PSR 18 drills in my local B&Q but the sign says £49.95 and also comes up at the checkout at that price. It looks exactly the same 18v drill with power light, two batteries and a mains charger.

Drill has a drill and torque settings as described.

On the Bosch box it says:

0 603 955 371 (which is the part number) and the barcode says: 3 165140 377324

Can somebody who bought this for £40 please update the thread with their part number and barcode please?

Best regards

Taff :thumbsup:
#26
Those are probably the ones, Taff.

This product was one of several that were being offered as part of the B&Q Going, going, gone promotion. (see post#5) It started on Saturday and was only on for 3 days. It looks like the price has now 'gone' back to the previous price of £49.95.

Still a good price for this drill - but obviously not as good as it was.

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