Bosch GSB 1800 18V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill £89.99 @ Screwfix
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Bosch GSB 1800 18V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill £89.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 24th Mar 2016
The Bosch GSB 1800 18V 3Ah Li-ion cordless combi drill is lightweight and powerful, with 18 torque settings and a 2-speed variable motor. The tool has CoolPack technology and Electronic Cell Protection, preventing the battery from overload, overheating and deep discharge. At 1.7kg, the drill is compact enough for working in tight spaces and it also has an LED light for use in dimly lit areas. The Bosch GSB 1800 comes with a 3 year manufacturer's warranty, a CoolPack battery and charger.

1 x 3.0Ah Li-Ion Battery2-Speed Variable & Reverse95min Charger13mm Auto-Lock Chuck18 Torque Settings + Drill67Nm TorqueLED Work Light3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty for Drill - Registration Required2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty for Battery - Registration Required

Product contents:

GSB 1800, Coolpack battery and AL1820 CV charger.

Further Information

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 35mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 67Nm hard / 28Nm soft. No load speed 0-500 / 1700rpm. Max. impact rate 25,500bpm. Max. screw dia. 8mm. Spindle tread ½". Overall length 195mm. Weight 1.7kg.
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How much is this normally?
Same price
I bought at this price last year. Very pleased with it.... heated
Drill is great, but really need two batteries imo.
Cold
sanjayskmalkani

Cold



I think you need to lurk around here a bit longer before posting your most informative comments.
dont touch it guys the quality of these are rubbish. not made to last like the old ones. you'd be lucky to get a few years out of it. i killed mine in a year and that was light use drilling
Orionzetec

Drill is great, but really need two batteries imo.


I bought the bosch 18v 2 x 2.0 AH for £65 from B&Q today. they have lots

diy.com/dep…prd
sanjayskmalkani

Cold



Why "cold", explain? This is a Bosch "Blue" series, a tradesman's power tool. £89.99 is a good price and most people would agree. You sound like a bit of a knob, mate!

Edited by: "bobpike1" 25th Mar 2016
montana78

I bought the bosch 18v 2 x 2.0 AH for £65 from B&Q today. they have … I bought the bosch 18v 2 x 2.0 AH for £65 from B&Q today. they have lotshttp://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-cordless-18v-li-ion-hammer-drill-2-batteries-psb-1800-li-2/1131623_BQ.prd



Green diy range, only 10mm chuck. Ok for some for just diy.
bobpike1

Why "cold", explain? This is a Bosch "Blue" series, a tradesman's power … Why "cold", explain? This is a Bosch "Blue" series, a tradesman's power tool. £89.99 is a good price and most people would agree. You sound like a bit of a knob, mate!


That's a bit harsh. He was only expressing his democratic opinion. On the plus side a knob can be useful at times.
95min charger lets it down a bit. My fan cooled Makita 3.0AH batteries charge from flat in 20mins. Nice post OP. HEAT.
Edited by: "smugjojo" 25th Mar 2016
Bought this a couple of years ago for £150 with a 4ah battery and case. Bought a second battery off eBay for £45 which I use on my impact driver. These are great drills. Don't confuse these with the green range, it's like comparing Manchester United against Grimsby Town. Hot from me at this price
gasc2188

Bought this a couple of years ago for £150 with a 4ah battery and case. … Bought this a couple of years ago for £150 with a 4ah battery and case. Bought a second battery off eBay for £45 which I use on my impact driver. These are great drills. Don't confuse these with the green range, it's like comparing Manchester United against Grimsby Town. Hot from me at this price



Agreed. Grimsby Town are a far better team.
montana78

I bought the bosch 18v 2 x 2.0 AH for £65 from B&Q today. they have … I bought the bosch 18v 2 x 2.0 AH for £65 from B&Q today. they have lotshttp://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-cordless-18v-li-ion-hammer-drill-2-batteries-psb-1800-li-2/1131623_BQ.prd



That is the Green DIY range which does not compare to the Blue Profesional range.

Green rage still good for DIY but definitely worth paying a little more for a Blue model if you're looking to do any serious work

Edited by: "useless_57" 25th Mar 2016
First three comments say this is the same price, so not a deal, never mind being hot. So right to say cold.
Cold.
paid 99 at screwfix 6 months ago and highly recommend it
Orionzetec

Drill is great, but really need two batteries imo.



only 19.99 screwfix.com/p/b…761
insideman

only 19.99 for a backup Batt. … only 19.99 for a backup Batt. http://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-18v-1-3ah-li-ion-slot-in-battery/39761


bobpike1

Why "cold", explain? This is a Bosch "Blue" series, a tradesman's power … Why "cold", explain? This is a Bosch "Blue" series, a tradesman's power tool. £89.99 is a good price and most people would agree. You sound like a bit of a knob, mate!



​for some reason the other part of the message didn't send. It was supposed to read " cold because it's not an 11.99 argos drill" this was all meant in good banter and I actually votes the deal hot. Guess I have to blame my virgin mobile contract
Well I've voted it cold because it doesn't live upto it blue range tools. Quality suks
I bought this drill 1 year ago and I use it regularly for the home .it's absolutely fantastic for general diy. as an amateur I thinks it's great value for money .
gasc2188

Bought this a couple of years ago for £150 with a 4ah battery and case. … Bought this a couple of years ago for £150 with a 4ah battery and case. Bought a second battery off eBay for £45 which I use on my impact driver. These are great drills. Don't confuse these with the green range, it's like comparing Manchester United against Grimsby Town. Hot from me at this price



Manchester foookin who?
This drill is mint ,any one who say cold don't no what there talking about !!!
Just for info, bought mine 9 months ago for £99 and the chuck is dead already which is incredible as it only comes out of the cupboard once a month or so for the odd job here and there. Not used anywhere near the amount a tradesmen would use it. Could be a one off of course but can't say I'm massively impressed.
MrSweeney

Just for info, bought mine 9 months ago for £99 and the chuck is dead … Just for info, bought mine 9 months ago for £99 and the chuck is dead already which is incredible as it only comes out of the cupboard once a month or so for the odd job here and there. Not used anywhere near the amount a tradesmen would use it. Could be a one off of course but can't say I'm massively impressed.



Use mine for work everyday for wood/steel/masonry had it for a year so far and it's going brilliant and the 3ah battery can last me all day normally.
Much better than the similar prices hitachi that screwfix offer as I had that before. Heat!
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