Bosch Blue Professional GBH 2000 2kg SDS Plus Drill 240VProduct Code: 32868 £99.99 @ screwfix
72°Expired

Bosch Blue Professional GBH 2000 2kg SDS Plus Drill 240VProduct Code: 32868 £99.99 @ screwfix

8
Found 24th Oct 2015
Bosch Blue Professional GBH 2000 2kg SDS Plus Drill 240VProduct Code: 32868
Top performance, versatile drill with chisel function and overload clutch to protect both user and machine. Supplied with carry case, auxiliary handle and 210mm depth stop.
620W
Single-Speed Variable & Reverse
Mechanical Safety Clutch
Drill
Hammer Drill & Chisel
All-Metal Gearbox
Lock-On Switch
Rubber-Coated Grip
Replaceable Carbon Brushes
View more information
Product contents:
GBH 2000 Professional, 1 x 210mm depth stop, 3 x B8 160mm SDS+ drill bits (1 x (6 x 100mm), 1 x (8 x 100mm) and 1 x (10 x 100mm), 1 x 250mm SDS+ pointed chisel, 1 x SDS+ flat chisel, 1 x auxiliary handle and 1 x carry case.Specifications:
Max. drilling capacity in masonry 20mm, wood 30mm, steel 13mm. Max. impact energy 1.6J. Overall length 325mm. Weight 2.3kg.fd

Great price! I have looked most big retailers and couldn't match this.
Community Updates

Groups

8 Comments
CHEERS

I need a new sds drill
very good deal. if i needed one id get this, great for under £100
its a good deal BUT it's 240 volts so it only a diy home tool. it carnt be used on a work site.
winter_zombie

its a good deal BUT it's 240 volts so it only a diy home tool. it carnt … its a good deal BUT it's 240 volts so it only a diy home tool. it carnt be used on a work site.




screwfix.com/p/b…459
Been this price for a few months now. I agree it's a good drill at a fair price though. Enough to post it here 8 months ago! Worth resurrecting for those who didn't spot it.
hotukdeals.com/dea…743
Nice spot youdontwanttoknow on the 110v one as well for the same price
A little advice. You need special SDS drill bits to use in this. OR you can get an adapter that allows standard drill bits to be used. 2KG weight and 620W power is only really for light use, drilling and chipping small tiles etc... I would advise getting a 3.5KG 1000W one for all purpose work and as the only SDS drill you may own. or a 5Kg+ 1200W+ for heavier building work.
Personally would recommend this Hitachi for £102, it's considerably more powerful at 3.2 Joules impact energy compared with this Bosch's unusually low 1.6J energy rating. I have the previous similar Hitachi model and it's a really tough workhorse, powers through tough concrete all day.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text