Impact (hammer) Drill Bosch PSB 650 RE 240V ( case included) - keyless chuck £27.62 @ Homebase - HotUKDeals
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Impact (hammer) Drill Bosch PSB 650 RE 240V ( case included) - keyless chuck £27.62 @ Homebase

£27.62 @ Homebase
All reserved items must be collected by close of business on Sun 30th Nov to get the 15% off discount. The event is valid in store Sat 29th Nov to Sun 30th Nov and online from Sat 29th Nov to Mon 1…
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All reserved items must be collected by close of business on Sun 30th Nov to get the 15% off discount.

The event is valid in store Sat 29th Nov to Sun 30th Nov and online from Sat 29th Nov to Mon 1st Dec.

The discount will be deducted in store at the till and online in the checkout.

Far from being a perfect drill but dirty cheap for a Bosch. Should be fine for DIY use.

The Bosch PSB Corded Hammer Drill allows you to tackle all of your household hammer tasks with ease, be it assembling flat pack or putting up a shelf. An essential addition to any toolbox.

650 watts.
230V.
Reverse function.
13mm keyless chuck.
1 gear.
Max torque 9Nm.
0 - 3000 blows per minute.
Drilling capacity for wood 30mm, steel 12mm, masonry 14mm, .
Soft grip, depth stop handle.
Auxiliary handle.
Cord length of 2.3m.
Carry case.
Additional features: Integrated electronic speed control.
Size H34, W37.5, D10.5cm.
Drill weight 3.1kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee (excludes professional use).
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#2
Is it only for drilling? I mean no screwdriving?
#3
darazsfeszek
Is it only for drilling? I mean no screwdriving?

Yes, this is for drilling in brick, wood,plastic and metal. No screw driving.

For screw driving you will need screwdriver, drill driver or combi drill (or impact driver but that's for specific tasks)


Edited By: 7777777 on Nov 29, 2014 22:54
#4
assemling flat pack...I guess I've found my answer!
#5
or maybe no, thanks! :)
#6
You can use it as a screwdriver as well but it's a bulky and not practical

darazsfeszek
Is it only for drilling? I mean no screwdriving?
#7
Heat added. Although don't try to use it for any heavy drilling as it can be dead very quickly. It's a Bosch but the low end one.
#8
I have this and honestly I wouldn't waste your time. I've bought an SDS hammer drill as the bosch just didn't have the power I needed, barely going further than an inch into the wall. Save a bit more and get an SDS.
#9
newport_dyc
I have this and honestly I wouldn't waste your time. I've bought an SDS hammer drill as the bosch just didn't have the power I needed, barely going further than an inch into the wall. Save a bit more and get an SDS.

Doesn't have to be more, lidl was selling their sds drill @£29.99, that's nominal price, not discounted in store.
The problem is that you won't drill in metal or wood with sds.

When you are having problems with drilling in brick, i would start from buying good quality drill bit :) most new house are made of paper anyway so you can drill holes with a screwdriver .
#10
Lol, no need to get touchy because I've slated the item in your deal. I've not voted cold, don't panic.

I live in a 1950s property and it's nothing to do with the drill bit, I purchased a top drill bit and it made little difference. This comes down to the drill power.
#11
newport_dyc
Lol, no need to get touchy because I've slated the item in your deal. I've not voted cold, don't panic.

I live in a 1950s property and it's nothing to do with the drill bit, I purchased a top drill bit and it made little difference. This comes down to the drill power.

That's ok, I am far from getting touchy :), I also use an sds at home since the standard hammer drills test my patience too much. It doesn't change the fact it's in stock and I have never seen this particular drill cheaper. Imo the essential elements of a 'deal' have been fulfilled.
#12
Shame this only went 'hot' as the stores closed! :(

WAS hot!
#13
newport_dyc
I have this and honestly I wouldn't waste your time. I've bought an SDS hammer drill as the bosch just didn't have the power I needed, barely going further than an inch into the wall. Save a bit more and get an SDS.

People were successfully drilling masonry long before SDS came along. IMO an SDS drill is only worth buying if you have a lot of masonry drilling to do. I have a Wickes own-brand non-SDS drill and it drills into brick, stone and concrete just fine, as long as you have a half-decent bit. I'm sure it takes longer than SDS would, but I don't do it frequently enough to warrant buying an SDS. I also suspect that the bit was the problem in your case...
#14
KEYLESS CHUCK? - Anyone used a keyless hammer drill? I find the key very key to this.
#15
I have this drill. It's a couple years old now and I use it for everything from flat pack assembly to concrete. Does a fine job. And the keyless chuck is second nature they're all keyless now aren't they??
#16
stick to HILTI , the rest just don't come near, always outperforms
#17
travisbickle79
stick to HILTI , the rest just don't come near, always outperforms


Would £500 buy me the cheapest Hilti drill ? Check price of this one.

Besford
Shame this only went 'hot' as the stores closed! :(

WAS hot!


That's not me fault, tried my best - that all the clueless muppets voting cold. FIY - on average half of the votes were cold.

Edited By: 7777777 on Nov 30, 2014 17:24
#18
if it's for regular use then go Hilti , cost is really not an issue, it will outperform the rest and out last, Hilti have excellent warranty too,
#19
Don't buy it, I have one they are very poor, lousy chuck, poor performance in masonry, gutless
#20
It's best when drilling masonry to start with smaller drill bit at first and cool drill bit with water now and then,and last two houses have been 1950 built and have drilled many times in brick with masonry setting and have only used an SDS drill on walls and some rock hard morter on chimney breasts.

Edited By: morrig on Nov 30, 2014 20:54
#21
7777777
newport_dyc
Lol, no need to get touchy because I've slated the item in your deal. I've not voted cold, don't panic.

I live in a 1950s property and it's nothing to do with the drill bit, I purchased a top drill bit and it made little difference. This comes down to the drill power.

That's ok, I am far from getting touchy :), I also use an sds at home since the standard hammer drills test my patience too much. It doesn't change the fact it's in stock and I have never seen this particular drill cheaper. Imo the essential elements of a 'deal' have been fulfilled.


Yep, it is a hot deal in the sense that thus is a good price for this particular drill. I was just saying that from personal experience I'd leave it alone. Hopefully I've saved one or people from wasting their time.

I'll give you a hot vote as this deal is hot in a sense of the cost, it's just I don't think the product is worth wasting your time with...

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