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BOSCH Cordless 18v 2.0Ah Li-ion Combi Drill for £50 @ B&Q
BOSCH Cordless 18v 2.0Ah Li-ion Combi Drill for £50 @ B&Q

BOSCH Cordless 18v 2.0Ah Li-ion Combi Drill for £50 @ B&Q

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From 23rd Dec 2016 to 26th Jan 2017, the Bosch cordless combi-drill will be £50.

Received a promotional booklet and has this deal.

Not sure if it comes with two batteries but this will be a 2.0Ah battery. Hopefully other retailers will price-match around that time which will come in handy for people who are not close by to a B&Q.

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Edited by: "gnans" 20th Dec 2016

piece of crap

obviously don't realise that for £90 you can get the bosch professional range with 2 batteries and charger an will last more than this absolute green **** ok its£40 more but absolutely worth every penny.

ive had one of these for a few years and it has never missed a beat. Its seen some fairly heavy use and hasnt been wrapped in cotton wool.

i dont subscribe to the different colour means professional nonsense. They are all made in the same factory.

i bought this a few years ago for 100 and it has been great value at that. it isnt a 300 quid makita but that doesnt make it bad value.

For 50 quid it is going to cover all the DIY jobs you could want. plus it will hammer drill if you dont have anything bigger.

If you are going to assemble a few flat packs and put some pictures and curtains up then this will see you through no problem. Ive done much more than that with no issues.

Original Poster

I bought one of these in the last deal I posted. I have used for a fair bit of DIY around home and it does the job for me.

paneds

obviously don't realise that for £90 you can get the bosch professional … obviously don't realise that for £90 you can get the bosch professional range with 2 batteries and charger an will last more than this absolute green **** ok its£40 more but absolutely worth every penny.


Horses for courses surely? The vast majority of DIYers simply don't need the robustness offered by the Bosch Blue range as they'll only be using the tool on a low duty cycle. I agree about the huge step up in quality though I still prefer Milwaukee

I bought this a couple of months ago.
Battery life is very good but three drill itself isn't the best.
Buy a cheaper one from home base or stick to a good £100+.

pomp0m

i dont subscribe to the different colour means professional nonsense. … i dont subscribe to the different colour means professional nonsense. They are all made in the same factory.


Oh yes the colour is a way to differentiate between the professional and the consumer range.
The blue colour range is the professional. No question about it, it is not even debated by anyone.

so I have been told it only comes with one battery....

good reviews here: amazon.co.uk/Bos…1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1482441496&sr=8-1&keywords=psb1800li

I'm an occasional user so think it'll do the job for me, wonder if amazon will price match

I went to B&Q this morning and apparently there is a miss print on the booklet. It's not the 2Ah battery it's the 1.5Ah.

Yup looks like it's the 1.5ah.
Would this still be a worthwhile purchase?

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