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Bosch Professional 18V 2.0AH LI-ION Coolpack Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £149.99 @ Screwfix + free Click and Collect
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Bosch Professional 18V 2.0AH LI-ION Coolpack Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £149.99 @ Screwfix + free Click and Collect

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Posted 24th Jan

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Good price this for the set with 2 x batteries L Boxx, charger and 3 year warranty when registered online.

Cost-effective combi drill and impact driver twin pack. Drill features 20+1 torque settings and 13mm max chuck capacity. Impact driver has 150Nm of torque. Supplied with charger and L-BOXX storage case.

1 x 18V Combi Drill 55Nm
1 x 18V Impact Driver 160Nm
2 x 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
1 x 60min Charger
1 x L-Boxx Storage Case
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Smithington24/01/2020 11:01

So many questions / options!This one, or …So many questions / options!This one, or this:screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcz298d2t-sfgb-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-xr-cordless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/920hp Or this:https://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-eid18-li-ecd18-li-2-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-ext-brushless-cordless-twin-pack/542fv I am not bought into any mainstream ecosystem, and prob don't need any more than these items. Looking to replace a budget own brand impact driver.


Bosch keeps their promise regarding batteries.
Every 18v tool (lithium range) is compatible with every single lithium battery made. Even recent procore batteries are still compatible with 2013 drills.

Regarding quality...

This two are manufactured in 2013 and I'm a trader abusing them on daily basis
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Very good drill and driver
I'm in exactly the same predicament, what drill combo... Lol... Or get makita on special
Erbauer looks the best of the three? Brushless? Would someone point me in the right direction. Home DIY user with no prior kit so no need to consider compatibility with other tools already. Thanks
DeWalt one is £30 cheaper
UberPark24/01/2020 11:54

DeWalt one is £30 cheaper


that's 10.8v vs 18v and the two don't compare...
br3ach24/01/2020 11:40

Erbauer looks the best of the three? Brushless? Would someone point me in …Erbauer looks the best of the three? Brushless? Would someone point me in the right direction. Home DIY user with no prior kit so no need to consider compatibility with other tools already. Thanks


Erbauer vs bosch pro (blue) is like comparing smart to Mercedes
Smithington24/01/2020 11:01

So many questions / options!This one, or …So many questions / options!This one, or this:screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcz298d2t-sfgb-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-xr-cordless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/920hp Or this:https://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-eid18-li-ecd18-li-2-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-ext-brushless-cordless-twin-pack/542fv I am not bought into any mainstream ecosystem, and prob don't need any more than these items. Looking to replace a budget own brand impact driver.


Bosch keeps their promise regarding batteries.
Every 18v tool (lithium range) is compatible with every single lithium battery made. Even recent procore batteries are still compatible with 2013 drills.

Regarding quality...

This two are manufactured in 2013 and I'm a trader abusing them on daily basis
39751074-nBk39.jpg
teddybeers24/01/2020 13:42

Erbauer vs bosch pro (blue) is like comparing smart to Mercedes

Even though the Erbauer here has brushless and the Bosch brushed motors? Thanks
br3ach24/01/2020 13:53

Even though the Erbauer here has brushless and the Bosch brushed motors? …Even though the Erbauer here has brushless and the Bosch brushed motors? Thanks


Brush vs brushless is absolutely not important for end user.

It's just seeling factor.

Only advantage of brushless is lower noise level - like it really matters when you drilling through the brick.
Iv got this set it’s awesome, iv just renovated a house (as a diy enthusiast) not a single job I couldn’t do without these, the impact drill is a god send can’t believe iv never had one before.
br3ach24/01/2020 11:40

Erbauer looks the best of the three? Brushless? Would someone point me in …Erbauer looks the best of the three? Brushless? Would someone point me in the right direction. Home DIY user with no prior kit so no need to consider compatibility with other tools already. Thanks


Go for Bosch blue
I had a problem with the chuck on my Bosch Pro drill and it took them 3 weeks to repair it because they ran out of parts. I find it odd that they expect a pro to be without a drill for so long.
Impact driver looks to be selling on eBay for around £75 so could be a good price to just get the drill, batteries and charger for £75?
Nowhere in stock in 70 miles radius
SparkyDrillbit24/01/2020 17:50

I had a problem with the chuck on my Bosch Pro drill and it took them 3 …I had a problem with the chuck on my Bosch Pro drill and it took them 3 weeks to repair it because they ran out of parts. I find it odd that they expect a pro to be without a drill for so long.


What was the problem as a matter of interest? Cos I had one of these drills at work and after a few weeks the chuck started intermittently making a crunchy bearing noise when it was being opened and closed.

That aside I thought they were excellent.
esquilax24/01/2020 20:57

What was the problem as a matter of interest? Cos I had one of these …What was the problem as a matter of interest? Cos I had one of these drills at work and after a few weeks the chuck started intermittently making a crunchy bearing noise when it was being opened and closed.That aside I thought they were excellent.


It was wobbly. No matter which bit I put in there they were always off center. Tried same bits in a mates drill and they were fine.

So Bosch replaced the whole chuck plus a few other bits.

You'd think they would have plenty of spares handy for their drills.
SparkyDrillbit24/01/2020 20:59

It was wobbly. No matter which bit I put in there they were always off …It was wobbly. No matter which bit I put in there they were always off center. Tried same bits in a mates drill and they were fine.So Bosch replaced the whole chuck plus a few other bits. You'd think they would have plenty of spares handy for their drills.


Interesting, ta. I've heard of that wobbly chuck issue with DeWalts as well. It actually put me off a bit when I last looked into this.

You would expect them to have spares as even with no fault you'll probably end up wanting a new chuck at some point during the drill's lifetime and I would have thought they'd be readily available.
Good price. I have a nice compact Makita 10.8v drill and impact driver, but I also got the Bosch blue drill and 2x2.0 batteries for £99 a while ago. I bought the impact driver body separately when I saw it discounted.

Very happy with the Bosch pro tools.
Edited by: "DealJourno" 25th Jan
teddybeers24/01/2020 13:42

Erbauer vs bosch pro (blue) is like comparing smart to Mercedes


Smart is Mercedes.....
esquilax24/01/2020 20:57

What was the problem as a matter of interest? Cos I had one of these …What was the problem as a matter of interest? Cos I had one of these drills at work and after a few weeks the chuck started intermittently making a crunchy bearing noise when it was being opened and closed.That aside I thought they were excellent.


My one occasionally makes this noise... Since 2013 so just ignore it.
Other trades have the same issue but actually nothing going wrong with them
Shame as no stock anywhere near me
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