BOSCH 3.6V LI-ION CORDLESS SCREWDRIVER PSR SELECT - £25 @ B&Q
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BOSCH 3.6V LI-ION CORDLESS SCREWDRIVER PSR SELECT - £25 @ B&Q

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Found 18th Aug 2017
PRODUCT DETAILS

Product Information

This cordless screwdriver is ideal for basic screwdriving jobs. Supplied with 1 battery x 1.5Ah li-ion batteries and 4 hour charger and 12x standard integrated screwdriver bits.

Maximum screw diameter of 5 mm0-210 rpm no load speed

Features and Benefits

Lithium-ion technology - no memory effect, no self-discharge – always ready to useIntegrated bit cylinder - the rotating bit cylinder contains the 12 most commonly used screwdriver bitsBosch EasySelect - intuitive and easy-to-operate bit select function with transparent window for conveniently changing the different bitsGuarantee - 2 years

Technical Specifications

Batteries includedBatteries includedAmp rating1.5AhBattery typeLi-ionBattery chargerBattery charger includedCharge time4hoursNo load speed0-210rpmRotation directionForward & reverseLocking deviceSpindle lockSwitch typeLock on switchHandle typeSoft grip handleVoltage3.6V
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13 Comments
Original Poster
Click and collect only, not for home delivery.
Same price on Amazon prime.
Edited by: "voytekvoytek58" 18th Aug 2017
I've got one of these, pretty good. It's a bit big so not ideal if you need to get into a small space, but great for putting flat pack furniture together. The heads wear out but you can just pull them out and replace them. The ability to swap heads while up a ladder is pretty handy. Overall I'd definitely recommend it.
Edited by: "Fiendmish" 18th Aug 2017
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can't bid the price. thanks.
Fiendmish1 h, 7 m ago

I've got one of these, pretty good. It's a bit big so not ideal if you …I've got one of these, pretty good. It's a bit big so not ideal if you need to get into a small space, but great for putting flat pack furniture together. The heads wear out but you can just pull them out and replace them. The ability to swap heads while up a ladder is pretty handy. Overall I'd definitely recommend it.



Please explain what the heads wear out means . What is the head on a cordless screwdriver?
With the quick change, does that mean you can't add more bits?
Calciumee20 m ago

With the quick change, does that mean you can't add more bits?


Yeah any old small bits fit. Had this for a few years after seeing it on the gadget show, ''tis fine.
Its no makita but it does a job as a handy gadget.
thedvdmonster16 m ago

Yeah any old small bits fit. Had this for a few years after seeing it on …Yeah any old small bits fit. Had this for a few years after seeing it on the gadget show, ''tis fine. Its no makita but it does a job as a handy gadget.

Whats a makita ?
s4k1b8526 m ago

Whats a makita ?

Giyf
Milki_bar_Kid1 h, 44 m ago

Please explain what the heads wear out means . What is the head on a …Please explain what the heads wear out means . What is the head on a cordless screwdriver?


May not be the right term but I thought the end of a screwdriver was called a head. For example on my one the larger of the two Phillips heads has worn, I guess the metal is only so strong, so it started slipping when trying to put screws in. I simply pulled it out and replaced it with one from another set I had.

For the person who asked about Makita, they are a brand that makes power tools
Fiendmish12 h, 2 m ago

May not be the right term but I thought the end of a screwdriver was …May not be the right term but I thought the end of a screwdriver was called a head. For example on my one the larger of the two Phillips heads has worn, I guess the metal is only so strong, so it started slipping when trying to put screws in. I simply pulled it out and replaced it with one from another set I had. For the person who asked about Makita, they are a brand that makes power tools



Thank you.......I think it is more commonly called a screwdriver 'bit' hence my confusion.
Excellent little tool - been after one for a while. Thanks OP.

It's a great companion for my Bosch PSB drill.
Edited by: "SlightlyFoxed" 20th Aug 2017
Milki_bar_Kid19th Aug

Thank you.......I think it is more commonly called a screwdriver 'bit' …Thank you.......I think it is more commonly called a screwdriver 'bit' hence my confusion.

*Hexbits
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