Bosch Cordless 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Brushed Drill driver 1 battery PSR 1800 LI-2 £50 delivered with code @ B&Q
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Bosch Cordless 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Brushed Drill driver 1 battery PSR 1800 LI-2 £50 delivered with code @ B&Q

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Posted 21st May
Bosch PSR 1800 Cordless Drill for £50 using code CLUBWPJSFE at checkout. Comes with one 1.5Ah battery and carry case. Free delivery. Looks to be selling for £80+ elsewhere.

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Bosch Cordless 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Brushed Drill driver 1 battery Bosch PSR 1800 LI-2

The PSR 1800 LI-2 is a cordless, 2-speed drill/driver. This tool delivers high levels of power thanks to its 18 V lithium-ion battery. Intelligently managing the interaction between the battery, motor and gearbox, the Bosch Syneon Chip provides optimum power and maximum endurance throughout your project.

  • The most handy in its class thanks to lithium-ion technology.
  • One battery fits all – suitable for all DIY and garden tools in the 18 Volt Power for ALL lithium-ion cordless system .
  • 20 pre-selectable torque settings plus a drill setting – optimum power for every application.

Product info

  • Comes with - AL1815 charger, 1 x 1.5Ah battery & carry case
  • No load speed: 0–400/1350 rpm
  • 2 drill functions; Drill & screwdriver
  • 2 speed speed gearbox

Specs

  • Number of batteries1 battery
  • Amp rating1.5Ah
  • Voltage18V
  • Battery type Li-ion
  • Battery charger Battery charger included
  • Charge time1 hour
  • No load speed 0–400/1350 rpm
  • Max metal drilling capacity 10mm
  • Max wood drilling capacity 30mm
  • Rotation direction Forward & reverse
  • Locking device Automatic spindle lock
  • Gearbox Housing Plastic gearbox housing
  • Braking Electric brake
  • Handle type Soft grip
  • Product code 4053423206340

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As always when this comes up- this is not the hammer drill version, so will not be able to drill into brick/concrete/dense blocks, ie what most walls in houses are made of.

Fine for wood, stud walls and screwing.

Hammer drill version is PSB 1800
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Thanks op. Bagged one this time
As always when this comes up- this is not the hammer drill version, so will not be able to drill into brick/concrete/dense blocks, ie what most walls in houses are made of.

Fine for wood, stud walls and screwing.

Hammer drill version is PSB 1800
Sold out
GunMetal21/05/2020 16:30

Psb is better FYI only


Am aware. For what I need it for, this one is perfect. Had my old one for about 7yrs and it got knicked.
Gunnerr4life21/05/2020 16:32

Am aware. For what I need it for, this one is perfect. Had my old one for …Am aware. For what I need it for, this one is perfect. Had my old one for about 7yrs and it got knicked.


Sorry to hear that!
Thanks just ordered one. Hopefully they'll have stock. Ordered a sander last week then got the call to say no stock anywhere.
Voted hot, this is a good price even without the discount. I was looking for one, but got the Ryobi one last week for £10 more. Wish mine would have come with a case.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 21st May
Anyone know what the difference is between the PSB 18 and PSB 1800 is?

Thanks in advance
erroll21/05/2020 21:58

Anyone know what the difference is between the PSB 18 and PSB 1800 is? …Anyone know what the difference is between the PSB 18 and PSB 1800 is? Thanks in advance


I think the PSB18 is the updated model of the psb1800.
mikeey8421/05/2020 16:30

As always when this comes up- this is not the hammer drill version, so …As always when this comes up- this is not the hammer drill version, so will not be able to drill into brick/concrete/dense blocks, ie what most walls in houses are made of.Fine for wood, stud walls and screwing.Hammer drill version is PSB 1800


It will drill small holes in mortar to put up a security light for example but you really need a mains hammer drill to get through brick
erroll21/05/2020 21:58

Anyone know what the difference is between the PSB 18 and PSB 1800 is? …Anyone know what the difference is between the PSB 18 and PSB 1800 is? Thanks in advance


PSB 1800 has hammer action, so you can drill holes in bricks.
Does that code work with other products? Tried to apply it to another Bosch power tool and didn’t work lol
I only need the charger, but I can't find one anywhere and I probably wouldn't find one for less than £50 anyway, so thanks
HereKittyKitty22/05/2020 11:17

I only need the charger, but I can't find one anywhere and I probably …I only need the charger, but I can't find one anywhere and I probably wouldn't find one for less than £50 anyway, so thanks


There are quiet a few on eBay if that’s your cup of tea. Bought one last year. Wish I hadn’t because the whole set got knicked anyway!
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Gunnerr4life22/05/2020 11:45

There are quiet a few on eBay if that’s your cup of tea. Bought one last y …There are quiet a few on eBay if that’s your cup of tea. Bought one last year. Wish I hadn’t because the whole set got knicked anyway! [Image]


Awww, that's annoying. I just bought the drill from B&Q for £50 straight after I made that comment, but I suppose the extra battery will almost be worth £36, and maybe I can flog the drill
HereKittyKitty22/05/2020 12:06

Awww, that's annoying. I just bought the drill from B&Q for £50 straight …Awww, that's annoying. I just bought the drill from B&Q for £50 straight after I made that comment, but I suppose the extra battery will almost be worth £36, and maybe I can flog the drill


Yup. 🏾
mikeey8421/05/2020 16:30

As always when this comes up- this is not the hammer drill version, so …As always when this comes up- this is not the hammer drill version, so will not be able to drill into brick/concrete/dense blocks, ie what most walls in houses are made of.Fine for wood, stud walls and screwing.Hammer drill version is PSB 1800


Simply not true. My cottage is stone and I've drilled many holes using a standard drill.
Edited by: "Sentral" 22nd May
Sentral22/05/2020 13:38

Simply not true. My cottage is stone and I've drilled many holes using a …Simply not true. My cottage is stone and I've drilled many holes using a standard drill.


Try reading my comment. Did I say stone? I'm pretty sure I said brick, concrete and dense blocks, none of which are stone.
Sentral22/05/2020 13:38

Simply not true. My cottage is stone and I've drilled many holes using a …Simply not true. My cottage is stone and I've drilled many holes using a standard drill.


And is that a standard mains powered drill or a battery drill? And is that a granite house, or made of sandstone? Saying that a normal drill drills "stone" isn't that useful, as the Mohs scale is pretty wide in terms of hardness
Madcat8622/05/2020 11:08

Does that code work with other products? Tried to apply it to another …Does that code work with other products? Tried to apply it to another Bosch power tool and didn’t work lol



As long as spend is £30+ should work
gfrdl22/05/2020 10:22

Went for PSB 1800 after all as I was interested in hammer action - £90 at …Went for PSB 1800 after all as I was interested in hammer action - £90 at Amazon with 2 batteries. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Cordless-Combi-Lithium-Ion-Batteries/dp/B00L3XK06C/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?crid=1LWZAFUNQBR1Q&dchild=1&keywords=bosch+psb+1800+li-2+cordless+combi+drill&qid=1590138932&sprefix=bosch+psb%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyQkZNME1SUUQ4SVpNJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMzczMDYxM1ZDNTM1MUJYUFhIOCZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwODQ4Nzg4MjUxMzVWNDZKTDNITSZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2F0ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU= This gets some good reviews https://simplehandyman.co.uk/best-cordless-drill-under-100/https://www.expertreviews.co.uk/home-appliances/1405796/best-cordless-drill-the-best-cordless-drill-drivers-hammer-drills-and-sdsThanks OP and those who pointed to the PSB as opposed to PSR


I've orders the £90 from Amazon and better suited. Thanks for heads up on that one.
Still heat added to this deal as seems good price if it suits.
erroll21/05/2020 21:58

Anyone know what the difference is between the PSB 18 and PSB 1800 is? …Anyone know what the difference is between the PSB 18 and PSB 1800 is? Thanks in advance


PSB 18 Li 2 is a slightly larger drill housing a more heavy duty motor.

54nm Torque 1650rpm 13mm chuck.

1800 li 2.

38nm Torque 1350rpm 10mm

I have the 1800 li 2 and a DeWalt DCD 776

I used to own a PSB 18 Li 2 and it outperformed the entry level pro tools ( DCD 776) It is well made quality tool that's made in Hungary.
I got this deal a couple do years ago and was impressed. After some pretty decent DIY use the motor has started smoking so looking for other options or a replacement. Shame as I've also bought a sander using the same batteries.
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