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Bosch GSB 120 - LI Professional 12V with 2 x 1.5 Ah Batteries with Charger and Carry Case - £64.99 @ Amazon
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Bosch GSB 120 - LI Professional 12V with 2 x 1.5 Ah Batteries with Charger and Carry Case - £64.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 14th Feb

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Bosch GSB 120 - LI Professional 12V with 2 x 1.5 Ah Batteries with Charger and Carry Case reduced to £64.99, daily deal. Make sure you select Amazon as the seller, in stock from 10th March but available to order.



Bosch GSB 120 - LI Professional 12V with 2 x 1.5 Ah Batteries with Charger and Carry Case


  • No self-discharge, no memory effect and a higher energy density thanks to Li-Ion battery technology
  • Optimised torque for screw driving and speed for drilling thanks to two speed planetary gearbox
  • Enhanced results with speed pre-selection for applications requiring material-specific speed
  • Use your drill driver more flexibly - drive screws and drill in wood, steel and masonry
  • Keyless chuck opens and closes easily - change drill bits in seconds

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Good deal. Nice little driver. Interestingly you can pay £1 less for a used one on Amazon Warehouse, know which I would prefer!
Not a bad price, but the 10.8V Black and Decker from Amazon is £19.99 now. True, only one battery but you can get 2 and is still cheaper, also may not come with a case. Ocado has the B&D too for £19.99 if you want 2, minimum order £40.

I watched some reviews and it seems the 10.8V and 12V are identical. Yes, I know, it is about the torque and ah, but voltage matters too.



I'm not saying this is a bad deal and I voted hot, I just gave an alternative. This blue Bosch should be better quality, but due to 12v it cannot be used for big jobs, so a 10.8 will do small jobs too.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Feb
It was £52.99 not so long ago - if you can wait, I'd suggesting waiting as Amazon drop the price on this from time to time.
sheffield78814/02/2020 11:44

Not a bad price, but the 10.8V Black and Decker from Amazon is £19.99 now. …Not a bad price, but the 10.8V Black and Decker from Amazon is £19.99 now. True, only one battery but you can get 2 and is still cheaper, also may not come with a case. Ocado has the B&D too for £19.99 if you want 2, minimum order £40.I watched some reviews on Makita and it seems the 10.8V and 12V are identical.I'm not saying this is a bad deal and I voted hot, I just gave alternatives. This blue Bosch should be better quality.



Makita? Don’t follow, maybe I’m being dim! Which two drills are you saying are identical?
Edited by: "finknottle" 14th Feb
finknottle14/02/2020 11:52

Makita? Don’t follow, maybe I’m being dim! Which two drills are you saying …Makita? Don’t follow, maybe I’m being dim! Which two drills are you saying are identical?


Sorry, Bosch not Makita.

Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Feb
sheffield78814/02/2020 11:54

I'm saying somebody did a comparison on YouTube in between Makita 10.8V …I'm saying somebody did a comparison on YouTube in between Makita 10.8V and Makita 12V and the results were identical.



Ah got it, thank you! Bosch though surely, not Makita? Both blue,so easy slip to make. Well spotted that Ocado also has the Black and Decker for £19.99, that must be where Amazon is price matching.
Edited by: "finknottle" 14th Feb
Bosch used to call them 10.8V, but rebranded as 12V. So in terms of battery power it should be same as Makita 10.8-12v
sheffield78814/02/2020 11:44

Not a bad price, but the 10.8V Black and Decker from Amazon is £19.99 now. …Not a bad price, but the 10.8V Black and Decker from Amazon is £19.99 now. True, only one battery but you can get 2 and is still cheaper, also may not come with a case. Ocado has the B&D too for £19.99 if you want 2, minimum order £40.I watched some reviews on Makita and it seems the 10.8V and 12V are identical, so I am assuming will be the same with other brands too. Yes, I know, it is about the torque and ah, but voltage matters too.[Video] I'm not saying this is a bad deal and I voted hot, I just gave an alternative. This blue Bosch should be better quality, but due to 12v it cannot be used for big jobs, so a 10.8 will do small jobs too.



Had a look n Amazon. did you mean this?
amazon.co.uk/Dec…mr2

Anyone any feedback?
Cheers
Edited by: "newgale4032" 14th Feb
newgale403214/02/2020 12:32

Had a look n Amazon. did you mean …Had a look n Amazon. did you mean this?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Decker-Lithium-Ion-Compact-Cordless-Driver/dp/B019XWAQT0/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_2?keywords=black+and+decker+cordless+drill+driver+10v&qid=1581683583&s=diy&sr=8-2-fkmr2Anyone any feedback?Cheers


Yes, this one. Very good price. I have the 18v version and it's a decent one, but did lots of heavy work over the summer and may need replacing. I nearly got this B&D but realised i cannot use the spare battery I have as this is a smaller and weaker drill. Can't comment on this one, I am pleased with my bigger version.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Feb
finknottle14/02/2020 12:03

Ah got it, thank you! Bosch though surely, not Makita? Both blue,so easy …Ah got it, thank you! Bosch though surely, not Makita? Both blue,so easy slip to make. Well spotted that Ocado also has the Black and Decker for £19.99, that must be where Amazon is price matching.


Yes, the only issue with Ocado is minimum order over £40. But if you want it cheaper than this one and with 2 batteries, you'll have to get 2 anyway. I do not know if this Bosch is much better, it is the blue version, I may be wrong but I think the blue ones are better than the green Bosch.
It seems the Ocado deal is until the summer if they do not run out of stock.
You're right, Bosch not Makita, I watched a few reviews and got mixed up, same colour
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Feb
sheffield78814/02/2020 11:44

but due to 12v it cannot be used for big jobs, so a 10.8 will do small …but due to 12v it cannot be used for big jobs, so a 10.8 will do small jobs too.


You'd be surprised just how much it can do, it goes through breezeblocks and softer bricks easily if you pair it with a decent quality bit.

I own one of these, a Bosch blue 18v drill and a mains SDS drill, very rarely use the 18v these days.
Great drill brought this on black Friday, being 12 volt thought be underpowered, boy was I wrong I drilled through victorian bricks, also a metal stand. Very comfortable to hold and excellent drill
Good deal for a great little drill. I also have the 12v impact driver that comes down in price every now and then. Not much you can't tackle between them.
sheffield78814/02/2020 11:44

Not a bad price, but the 10.8V Black and Decker from Amazon is £19.99 now. …Not a bad price, but the 10.8V Black and Decker from Amazon is £19.99 now. True, only one battery but you can get 2 and is still cheaper, also may not come with a case. Ocado has the B&D too for £19.99 if you want 2, minimum order £40.I watched some reviews and it seems the 10.8V and 12V are identical. Yes, I know, it is about the torque and ah, but voltage matters too.[Video] I'm not saying this is a bad deal and I voted hot, I just gave an alternative. This blue Bosch should be better quality, but due to 12v it cannot be used for big jobs, so a 10.8 will do small jobs too.


Bosch blue is far better quality the B&D.
Fantastic little drill I have two of them. I use them daily. My oldest one is 5 years old and hasn't missed a beat.
These are amazing, If I didn't have already have two I'd be ordering straight away. Don't worry about what they can and can't do, I rarely reach for my 18v now. I stupidly left my 10.8v impact driver on the roof when fitting a spot light high up on our house and 2 days of rain didn't do it any good, battery fine tho. The batteries are quick to charge and last for ages. Hot hot hot
Agree with many of the above statements: I’ve standardised on blue Bosch and use the 12v drills daily for about 95% of my work, an 18V drill for the remaining 5% and the SDS drill once in a blue moon. My three 12V drills are tough workhorses, used regularly since 2014 with only one fault (trigger mechanism). I’ve replaced the 2Ah batteries with 4Ah versions, so the charger rarely sees use till I’m back home.
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