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Bosch 680w corded hammer drill PSB680RE £32 ( using code CLUB7TZHM ) @ B&Q C&C
Bosch 680w corded hammer drill PSB680RE £32 ( using code CLUB7TZHM ) @ B&Q C&C

Bosch 680w corded hammer drill PSB680RE £32 ( using code CLUB7TZHM ) @ B&Q C&C

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As above.

Not the cheapest it's ever been on hukd but it's the cheapest around ATM

Argos: £51
Amazon: £45

Could be useful for some.

Product Information

No load speed: 3000 rpm

Blows per minute: 0-48000 bpm

Variable speed speed gearbox

Weight 1.7 kg; Cable length 2.5 m

Features and Benefits

Bosch Electronic - speed pre-selection and control using setting wheel and trigger switch – for material-specific working

Screw driving, drilling, and impact drilling function switch for material-specific working

Single-sleeve Bosch Press+Lock keyless chuck - easy tool changes due to drill spindle locking at the push of a button

Guarantee - 2 years

Technical Specifications

Power output\x09680W

No load speed\x093000rpm

Blows per minute\x090-48000bpm

Max masonry drilling capacity\x0914mm

Max metal drilling capacity\x0912mm

Max wood drilling capacity\x0930mm

Depth adjustment\x09Depth stop

Rotation direction\x09Forward & reverse

Handle type\x09Soft grip handle

Extra support handle\x09Auxiliary handle

Switch type\x09Lock on switch

11 Comments

great price PF for a good brand, heat added

Good find!

Good for wood and metals, always handy

Krizzo3

Good for wood and metals, always handy



I take it that if it can deal with metal it would be fine for drilling cinder blocks? Thanks

Heat added Penny, I could sell B&Q some drills X)

Krizzo3

Good for wood and metals, always handy

Awer17

Hi can this be used to drill plaster boards and brick walls? Pls advice



I haven't tried this myself but my BIL failed completely and slightly damaged this exact drill's front loader on a concrete wall. I use it more for small jobs and would say it's better to get a more powerful SDS drill for cinder blocks. It's not fun to use on solid wooden doors either but gets the job done in the end.



Plasterboards are no problem for this drill, I hung up ceiling-bound blinds without any issues. Not sure on brick walls but since it's stated it can be used for masonry (also on the Homebase/Argos reviews), I guess it'll be fine.
Edited by: "tsimehC" 15th Apr

Had this drill for years and drilled loads of brick and its still going strong. The largest brick bit I have used is 14 though.
Edited by: "Wodja" 15th Apr

Good drill, hot

Wodja

Had this drill for years and drilled loads of brick and its still going … Had this drill for years and drilled loads of brick and its still going strong. The largest brick bit I have used is 14 though.



Hats off to you, I wouldnt dare without a rotary hammer.

You are really paying for the brand here. I think these are quite basic low quality drills assembled in Hungary possibly, using chinese components. You would probably be better off with a fully chinese drill using a more powerful motor or pay the extra for Bosch blue. Nice looking drill though I have to say, looks the part. Also normally this type of drill is very low torque with no torque clutch settings so not ideal for driving screws and also not suitable for dense masonry either so quite limited.

This does not work. It does take £5 off with the code, but when you get to the checkout, it is still £37
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