Bosch 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill with 2 Batteries PSB 1800 £69.99 @ Wickes
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Bosch 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill with 2 Batteries PSB 1800 £69.99 @ Wickes

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Found 2nd Aug 2017
This drill is best for demanding tasks such as building a tree house or fitting light fixtures to brick walls.

- Powerful lithium-ion battery and 60-minute charger, for use with all DIY and garden tools in the Bosch 18 volt system- Keyless chuck with Bosch Auto-Lock – for the fastest and easiest bit changes- Bosch Electronic Cell Protection (ECP) – protects the battery against overload, overheating and deep discharge- Integrated LED light for optimum illumination of dark work areas- Intelligent 3-stage charge level indicator- No memory effect, no self-discharge: always ready to use thanks to lithium-ion technology- Screwdriving, drilling, impact drilling in wood, metal and masonry- 20 pre-selectable torque settings plus a drill and impact drill setting – optimum power for every application- Contains - Double screwdriver bit, plastic carrying case, 1-hour charger, 2 battery packs
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Discount codes anyone?
s2_ytb15 m ago

Discount codes anyone?


3.15% TCB
So glad i got mine for £32 last month on Amazon!
wouldn't touch a bosch again as the battery packs are pants .... hedge trimmer batteries lasted one season and the drill 2 yrs ...... diy usage only and all 4 batteries will not hold charge .
This has been much cheaper in the past - as previously mentioned on Amazon
brendanb5813 h, 0 m ago

So glad i got mine for £32 last month on Amazon!


Agree and i haven't stopped using it since i got it, brilliant little drill, nothing is too much trouble for it.
snipper0157 m ago

wouldn't touch a bosch again as the battery packs are pants .... hedge …wouldn't touch a bosch again as the battery packs are pants .... hedge trimmer batteries lasted one season and the drill 2 yrs ...... diy usage only and all 4 batteries will not hold charge .


these come with a 3 year warranty so batteries will be covered for 3 years at least.
Got 3 bosch drills 2x combi and a sds drill all excellent
Only 1.5Ah battery so not great really.
snipper011 h, 11 m ago

wouldn't touch a bosch again as the battery packs are pants .... hedge …wouldn't touch a bosch again as the battery packs are pants .... hedge trimmer batteries lasted one season and the drill 2 yrs ...... diy usage only and all 4 batteries will not hold charge .

Lithium?
gmbaxter10 m ago

Only 1.5Ah battery so not great really.

Been using this on house renovation since January, I have never discharged a battery before the other was fully charged, even when screwing floorboards.

It has now developed strange noises but still works.

Don't expect quality of a makita or similar, but great value for money.
gmbaxter1 h, 0 m ago

Only 1.5Ah battery so not great really.


\i like these so much I bought a second one last time they were this cheap. The batteries are fine, they last ages before needing recharging. Even when I'm using them on a major project.
These are the same price on Amazon (£69.99)
Chuck_Norris11 m ago

These are the same price on Amazon (£69.99)

If you're getting this, get it from Amazon - much better customer service if anything anythings, Amazon are such babes......
brendanb58110 h, 18 m ago

So glad i got mine for £32 last month on Amazon!

Wasn't it £47 on prime day?
Only a 1.5ah battery so hardly worth it I've seen Bosch with a 4.0ah for the same price
meh, I picked up a Makita for not much more
Had one a couple of years, still working fine and batteries are holding a charge well. I tend to leave the batteries half-full if I can so perhaps that's why (fully charged or completely empty Li-ons degrade rapidly).
Got this for 47 from Amazon on Prime day.
boss9119996 h, 45 m ago

Wasn't it £47 on prime day?


Yes it was.

I had student discount (-£10) and then they also gave me a £5 code because the student discount wasn't initially working. So in the end got it for £32.
brendanb58119 m ago

Yes it was.I had student discount (-£10) and then they also gave me a £5 c …Yes it was.I had student discount (-£10) and then they also gave me a £5 code because the student discount wasn't initially working. So in the end got it for £32.

That was a bargain.
got the blue one with two batteries for the same price from Homebase couple of months back.
snipper0118 h, 15 m ago

wouldn't touch a bosch again as the battery packs are pants .... hedge …wouldn't touch a bosch again as the battery packs are pants .... hedge trimmer batteries lasted one season and the drill 2 yrs ...... diy usage only and all 4 batteries will not hold charge .


Just bought a AEG twin pack from homebase, 18v only 2amp, drill with hammer n inpact driver. £150 not cheap but 6 years warranty when registered swayed it for me.
Plus my other older batteries work in them too.31610283-zVDZ7.jpg
makita is the sh%$
I just bought this from Amazon today for the same price, anyone think there is one better for same price?
blehpunk6 h, 42 m ago

I just bought this from Amazon today for the same price, anyone think …I just bought this from Amazon today for the same price, anyone think there is one better for same price?

Unless you need a makita to keep up with the work this is a good drill for diy stuff
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