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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 2nd Mar 2019

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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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This is the rebranded 10.8V system, the batteries/ bodies are interchangeable.
I use the driver version daily for work removing/refitting panels.
I also have this drill, and the impact driver which I use less frequently at work, and around the house.
They're all small, compact, and surprisingly powerful for their size.
Edited by: "bangytupper" 2nd Mar 2019
This 18V one is better for £5 less if there is local stock. Also comes with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries, charger and case

https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/thread/3190609
Edited by: "goodallish" 2nd Mar 2019
goodallish02/03/2019 12:35

This 18V one is better for £5 less if there is local stock. Also comes …This 18V one is better for £5 less if there is local stock. Also comes with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries, charger and case https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/thread/3190609



not better if you want a compact drill
goodallish02/03/2019 12:35

This 18V one is better for £5 less if there is local stock. Also comes …This 18V one is better for £5 less if there is local stock. Also comes with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries, charger and case https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/thread/3190609


How do you mean?
goodallish02/03/2019 12:35

This 18V one is better for £5 less if there is local stock. Also comes …This 18V one is better for £5 less if there is local stock. Also comes with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries, charger and case https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/thread/3190609


This weighs about 50% less.

Makes a big difference if you're using it for long periods.
deanos31 m ago

not better if you want a compact drill


True but this is still a light drill to use at 1.4kg. The one posted here is just shy of 1kg.

Plus anyone who sees this and is just after a decent drill who may not be after a compact drill would be better saving a fiver for a more powerful drill, if they hadn't already seen the deal that I mentioned above.
muzammil112402/03/2019 12:48

How do you mean?


The deal I referred to is for a more powerful drill for £5 less if that's what people are looking for. Assuming that there is stock in their local store.
For DIY around the house I would go for this over a bigger 18v drill
CNCboss7 m ago

This weighs about 50% less.Makes a big difference if you're using it for …This weighs about 50% less.Makes a big difference if you're using it for long periods.


Depends what size battery you use with it 😁
Agree with what you're saying, but if anyone is after a more powerful drill and isn't bothered about its size and weight I was just sharing the other deal.
I have a Aldi drill which is similar to this one, i use it more than my larger drill as its a bit easier to use, they all have different uses
bargain price for this.
and possibly lowest ever.
worth every penny at this price.
but be quick, it's limited run lightning deal it seems.
bangytupper1 h, 52 m ago

This is the rebranded 10.8V system, the batteries/ bodies are …This is the rebranded 10.8V system, the batteries/ bodies are interchangeable.I use the driver version daily for work removing/refitting panels.I also have this drill, and the impact driver which I use less frequently at work, and around the house.They're all small, compact, and surprisingly powerful for their size.


Just for anyone who's unsure, 10.8V and 12V batteries are EXACTLY THE SAME. It's all marking guff.
The same applies to 18V/20V versions.

The cells in the battery packs are all 3.6V nominal, but 4.0V peak. So a 10.8V/12V pack has 3 batteries.

Marketing departments have realised in the last few years that they can fool most of the public by quoting peak figures rather than nominal and charge them more for it.
Darklord02/03/2019 13:19

For DIY around the house I would go for this over a bigger 18v drill


If you only buy one drill, go for the 18 volt one. So, there you are, two diametrically opposing views! :
goodallish02/03/2019 13:19

The deal I referred to is for a more powerful drill for £5 less if that's …The deal I referred to is for a more powerful drill for £5 less if that's what people are looking for. Assuming that there is stock in their local store.


Thanks, so fo DIY as reading above I should go for this one but this is less powerful. Decision decision!!
muzammil112402/03/2019 15:37

Thanks, so fo DIY as reading above I should go for this one but this is …Thanks, so fo DIY as reading above I should go for this one but this is less powerful. Decision decision!!


If you are drilling into brick walls you are best of getting an SDS drill. Otherwise, this will be good for most tasks.
Edited by: "Darklord" 2nd Mar 2019
In case anybody is wondering which one to buy - the 18v one as mentioned above is the obvious choice without question.
muzammil112402/03/2019 15:37

Thanks, so fo DIY as reading above I should go for this one but this is …Thanks, so fo DIY as reading above I should go for this one but this is less powerful. Decision decision!!


I'd still buy the 18v one for DIY personally. I'm female, I have 2 x 3.0Ah batteries for my drill (same 18V one) and I get along just fine with it. So much so I've ordered another to use for when I'm drilling and screwing at the same time so I don't have to keep changing the screw and drill bits over
Edited by: "goodallish" 2nd Mar 2019
I have this, and also the Impact driver ( bought as a set) and have been using it as a DIY tool.
Having had them for a few years, they have done everything I have put them through with ease.
I was ian electrician for a number of years using all types of tools, both powered and battery powered and these , in my opinioni are a lot easier than most and are easy to handle for long periods of time.The batteries have lasted ages, and having one charging whilst using the other , you will never run out.
They have most recently been used to build decking, a 6ft high fence of approx 40ft and also raised beds using 12 inch timber deck screws and around 15,000 screws in total and are still going strong.
I can highly recommend this,
Horses for courses!

I don't think ones better than the other. If you're buying it for DIY/occasional use it still depend on what you will be doing. Drilling a few holes, driving a few screws both will be fine.

The advantage of this one is say you were putting an IKEA wardrobe together, it's light and more compact. The advantage of the 18 volt is if you were planning on buying other tools eg. Jigsaw, circular within the range as the equivalent within the 12 volt range are a little limited.

Ps I'm a plumber by trade
Tradesmen who've tried my 10.8/12V Bosch have been impressed with the power for the size, and most reckoned it would be a worthy addition to their toolbag.
GDB22223 h, 4 m ago

If you only buy one drill, go for the 18 volt one. So, there you are, two …If you only buy one drill, go for the 18 volt one. So, there you are, two diametrically opposing views! :


If I'm only buying one drill it would be a corded SDS drill. Neither my 18v nor 12v drills can tackle all jobs. I suppose if cash is less of an issue then a 36v SDS cordless will probably cover most jobs.

Moral of the story. Not every drill fits every use.

I mainly use my 12v kit as I can just pop it in it holster leaving my hands free. My 18v pulls my shorts down (or rip my pockets).
Too much information, Gavin! But, yes, you can never have too many drills.
Did some one mention drilling and screwing at the same time I'm up for that
Well it’s gone up in price now for those who were debating between a fiver lol
Edited by: "MusaX" 2nd Mar 2019
goodallish02/03/2019 15:54

I'd still buy the 18v one for DIY personally. I'm female, I have 2 x 3.0Ah …I'd still buy the 18v one for DIY personally. I'm female, I have 2 x 3.0Ah batteries for my drill (same 18V one) and I get along just fine with it. So much so I've ordered another to use for when I'm drilling and screwing at the same time so I don't have to keep changing the screw and drill bits over


Thanks a lot, you made up my mind
Darklord10 h, 13 m ago

If you are drilling into brick walls you are best of getting an SDS drill. …If you are drilling into brick walls you are best of getting an SDS drill. Otherwise, this will be good for most tasks.


Thanks mate
muzammil11247 h, 0 m ago

Thanks a lot, you made up my mind


No problem, many happy years to come with your new drill! 😄
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