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Bosch GSB 120 - LI Professional 12V with 2 x 1.5 Ah Batteries with Charger and Carry Case £52.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Excellent price for this well reviewed Bosch drill with two 1.5 Ah batteries, charger and carry case. Free delivery. Register at Bosch within 4 weeks of purchase for 3 years warranty on the drill and 2 years for the batteries. Link to register



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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The Bosch GSB 120-LI professional 12 V ensures flexibility in applications due to an impact mechanism with single-sleeve keyless chuck for easy accessory changes and long runtime per battery charge for continuous operation.Drilling diameter - Max. drilling diameter in wood: 19 mm, Max. drilling diameter in steel : 6 mm, Max. drilling diameter in masonry : 8 mm, Max. screw diameter : 7 mm

Specs

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  • Torque, max. (hard/soft): 28 / 11 Nm
  • No-load speed (1st gear / 2nd gear): 0 – 400 / 0 – 1300 rpm
  • Max. impact rate:18,750 bpm
  • Chuck capacity, min./max.: 0.3 - 10mm
  • Battery voltage: 12 V
  • Works with battery capacity: 1.5Ah
  • Charging time, approx.: 94 mins
  • Torque settings: 20



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Nice @Chanchi32
Very good 🔥 🏼
Great price for a Bosch Blue! 🔥
Torque is a bit low for my liking but it is 12v so can't complain to much


max. (hard/soft): 28 / 11 Nm
Struggling to decide between this or the Bosch PSB... what does everyone think?
I’ve got one of these, for around the house stuff, I’ve found it to be more than adequate for most applications and I’ve always been an 18v minimum kinda guy! No hammer function on the one I’ve got, but assembling Ikea stuff, hanging shelves, etc it’s spot on. Mine came in a soft case, but did come with a few packs of drills and driver bits for €99. This is a better deal.
Edited by: "adriang68" 23rd Nov 2019
Excellent handy drill. Using one at work for 12 months no issues at all.
Yes it does have a hammer function.
Does it have enough power to drill through bricks? What about concrete?
I've got it's big brother and all the gear but do have a 12 v recip saw and 5 batteries.....wondering if this drill is up to the job when I just to go a be put a shelf up etc
I really wish that Bosch and Stanley (and many others) would come with a side handle.
This used to be a standard feature and gave greatly improved useability.
Gavin0123/11/2019 09:00

I've got it's big brother and all the gear but do have a 12 v recip saw …I've got it's big brother and all the gear but do have a 12 v recip saw and 5 batteries.....wondering if this drill is up to the job when I just to go a be put a shelf up etc


You'll not be needing a side handle with this!

.. And most of the higher end tools that you would be using to drill the types of holes where side handles become necessary, are now including anti kickback technology.
I got one of the first that came out years ago, probs 10+ years, gsr 10v, used proffesionally for several years, recently stopped working, battery charger light dont come on , but i think drill still working.
Bargain.

I've had one for about 3 years, used for kitchen fitting, bathroom fitting, floor boards in loft, drilling tiles, wood etc

Wouldn't get it for brick work but excellent for wood work.

Also got the multi tool and circular saw from the same range which is equally as good.
Ordered Thanks
ajay4623/11/2019 02:18

Struggling to decide between this or the Bosch PSB... what does everyone …Struggling to decide between this or the Bosch PSB... what does everyone think?


psb is diy, bosch blue are professional, way better.
I have the full set of these 12v tools for about five years now and they have been great... Highly recommended at this price with two batteries. The hammer function is weak but I don't tend to use it for masonry myself, however for a diyer that only drills a few holes in brick a year it will work... Since it's light and small it's great for everything else though, use my two all the time! (One has hammer, the other doesn't)
Edited by: "rendeverance" 23rd Nov 2019
Thanks. Bought Macalister recently from Screwfix, this seems miles better. Good it's still within 30 days
ajay4623/11/2019 02:18

Struggling to decide between this or the Bosch PSB... what does everyone …Struggling to decide between this or the Bosch PSB... what does everyone think?


If it’s DIY I’d probably get the blue bosch. It’s powerful enough around the house and it’s professional graded. If u are like me u can then add more tools to the system because u already have the charger and batteries. I have added a small grinder and jigsaw as well as a dremel type tool.
deaglemaniac23/11/2019 07:55

Does it have enough power to drill through bricks? What about concrete?


Yes. It is surprisingly powerful. I have used this to drill up to 10mm holes in brickwork
I have two of these and love them - outstanding battery, light and powerful enough for anything but solid brick - or so I imagine, I have other drills for that so haven't tried. EDIT: Seems from the comments that I'm wrong, ok for occasional brickwork, (depending on the brick) - not surprised, it's a good tool.

For almost all indoor jobs these are superb.
Edited by: "Wolfylee" 23rd Nov 2019
Just brought one needed a drill with smaller footprint easier to use then my larger bosch
Great deal, I paid £34.99 last year but only because I had the £30 off for prime student. This was my first blue professional tool, since then, built up my collection. But great deal as you get 2 batteries and charger, also a hard card.
Use this with the blue Bosch drill.bits and no need for 18v for red and brown plugs
jaddy23/11/2019 12:02

psb is diy, bosch blue are professional, way better.


But if you are going for an 18v PSB or 12v gsb would probably take the PSB as it is more powerful.
I got this the last time it was on offer, great wee handyman tool but not as powerful as you would expect from bosch but im well impressed so far 😁
trex23/11/2019 13:19

But if you are going for an 18v PSB or 12v gsb would probably take the PSB …But if you are going for an 18v PSB or 12v gsb would probably take the PSB as it is more powerful.


In all instances psb is diy, gsb is professional. gsb is better than psb of the equivalent voltage,
jaddy23/11/2019 13:30

In all instances psb is diy, gsb is professional. gsb is better than psb …In all instances psb is diy, gsb is professional. gsb is better than psb of the equivalent voltage,


I know that I have the newer 12v version to this. It comes with 2 X 2ah batteries instead on the 1.5ah. the drill also has a light and battery indicator unlike the model above. The size is also smaller. Worth checking out although dearer

I have the 12v pro impact driver. Now that's a beast for the size with 105nm torque.
Anyone know how this compares against the Bosch EasyImpact 1200 drill.. I still have time to cancel my order of one if this drill is leagues ahead... any advice most welcome.
trex23/11/2019 13:38

I know that I have the newer 12v version to this. It comes with 2 X 2ah …I know that I have the newer 12v version to this. It comes with 2 X 2ah batteries instead on the 1.5ah. the drill also has a light and battery indicator unlike the model above. The size is also smaller. Worth checking out although dearer I have the 12v pro impact driver. Now that's a beast for the size with 105nm torque.


This is the newer version, the one you have is the older version, they just put new stickers on them, there all still 10.8v , iv had the 12v one you have since release about 2y ago, this model is a new stripped back model.
JJ10023/11/2019 13:48

Anyone know how this compares against the Bosch EasyImpact 1200 drill.. I …Anyone know how this compares against the Bosch EasyImpact 1200 drill.. I still have time to cancel my order of one if this drill is leagues ahead... any advice most welcome.


It is better, it also depends on if you want other tools in the range,
jaddy23/11/2019 13:51

This is the newer version, the one you have is the older version, they …This is the newer version, the one you have is the older version, they just put new stickers on them, there all still 10.8v , iv had the 12v one you have since release about 2y ago, this model is a new stripped back model.


I know that the 10.8 and 12v are same. However this version is definitely not the newer version. Why on earth would Bosch remove a light and a battery indicator on a newer version.

I've had both the one in this thread and the newer one so I know you are 100% wrong.

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if you need the impact driver £119.99 @ ITS. its.co.uk/pd/…htm
trex23/11/2019 14:00

I know that the 10.8 and 12v are same. However this version is definitely …I know that the 10.8 and 12v are same. However this version is definitely not the newer version. Why on earth would Bosch remove a light and a battery indicator on a newer version. I've had both the one in this thread and the newer one so I know you are 100% wrong. [Image]


You are the one who is wrong, they have sold the gsb with light for years, when it was stickered as 10.8v, this is a newer version made to be cheaper with features removed, i can tell you now, im not wrong, i sell tools for a living.
Edited by: "jaddy" 23rd Nov 2019
jaddy23/11/2019 14:04

You are the one who is wrong, they have sold the gsb with light for …You are the one who is wrong, they have sold the gsb with light for years, when it was stickered as 10.8v, this is a newer version made to be cheaper with features removed, i can tell you now, im not wrong, i sell tools for a living.


I guarantee you are 100% wrong.

Why would Bosch make a newer stripped down version heavier and bigger.

In fact why would Bosch have the "older" version of the 12v drill listed on their website under their current range and your "newer" but stripped down version missing.

Good job you are not working for Bosch.



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Edited by: "trex" 23rd Nov 2019
trex23/11/2019 14:10

I guarantee you are 100% wrong. Why would Bosch make a newer stripped down …I guarantee you are 100% wrong. Why would Bosch make a newer stripped down version heavier and bigger.In fact why would Bosch have the "older" version of the 12v drill listed on their website under their current range and your "newer" but stripped down version missing.Good job you are not working for Bosch. [Image]


your clueless, check out my pictures, worlds full of goons like you, think they know it all, you are wrong,
Edited by: "jaddy" 23rd Nov 2019
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there you go, your 12v gsb with light, when it was the old 10.8v version, Feel a fool now do you.
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trex23/11/2019 14:18

What's that suppose to prove?


that the drill you say is new, is actually not, as it was sold when they was labled as 10.8v, you now show me this stripped back version labled as 10.8v, you cant as its the new version thats only been sold as the new 12v, goodbye.
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