Bosch Professional GBH 2-20 D Corded 240 V Rotary Hammer Drill with SDS Plus £65 @ Amazon
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Bosch Professional GBH 2-20 D Corded 240 V Rotary Hammer Drill with SDS Plus £65 @ Amazon

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Found 29th Mar 2017
High drilling rate and 30% higher chiselling performance than other rotary hammers in the entry-level class
Lightweight, compact and ideal for working overhead
Versatile range of applications due to chisel function
Overload clutch to protect the user and the machine
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Great find op. I have a 2-18 that I bought 7 years ago and it is as much drill as 99% of folk will ever need.
cracking deal for the DIYer. probably the best SDS drill manufacturer, they last longer than the other brands, also don't forget to register it on the Bosch site for a 3 year warranty.
Hot,i have the 110v version its a great drill but a pain carting transformer
Ok boring story but big for me. My Silverline 2KG packed up two days ago going through two couses of victorian engineers with a 100mmm core drill after 9 years medium use so I came on here to look for a replacement and there were no decent deals so I took it to pieces and found one of the windings on the outer coils had detached itself. Got a bit of wire soldered it back and the drill purred back to life. I was ready to throw it out but youtube saved the day again with the instructional on rewinding motors
Edited by: "nougat" 29th Mar 2017
ordered, thanks op
red hot. just ordered as my drill packed up 2 weeks ago. near enough perfect timming
nougat

Ok boring story but big for me. My Silverline 2KG packed up two days ago … Ok boring story but big for me. My Silverline 2KG packed up two days ago going through two couses of victorian engineers with a 100mmm core drill after 9 years medium use so I came on here to look for a replacement and there were no decent deals so I took it to pieces and found one of the windings on the outer coils had detached itself. Got a bit of wire soldered it back and the drill purred back to life. I was ready to throw it out but youtube saved the day again with the instructional on rewinding motors



What is useless info to one person, is something brilliant to another. I love fixing stuff. Just because I like the buzz of making something work that once didn't. ​Life is full of little things like this. Nice one.
YouDontWantToKnow

Hot2nd bargain drill in 24hrs



what was the other deal?
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keith43

what was the other deal?



b&q bosch blue 18v combi drill with 3 x 1.5hr batteries about £70 with code
Edited by: "YouDontWantToKnow" 29th Mar 2017
I use one of these at work (joiner) and it's an absolute delight to use, far superior to my previous sds drills (makita and hitachi and Dewalt) .
Mine came with a 3 year warranty, Not sure this one will does though.
Heat added.
Ordered, many thanks OP !
I have the 110V version of the GBH 2-24 D (which was posted HotUKDeals a few months back). If this one is built the same way this is a very good price!
Nice, thanks op
Edited by: "snoopy18" 30th Mar 2017
Looking for an SDS drill to remove some concrete around a fence post. Should I get this or go for one of the cheap 5kg titans from screwfix? Sorry if it's a bit of a daft question.
​I would think the Titan would be a better bet for removing concrete but bigger and heavier - this will be easier to drill smaller holes as lighter. I think it is being quite optimistic to think of one of these as a breaker given its size.
ridgmont61

​I would think the Titan would be a better bet for removing concrete but b … ​I would think the Titan would be a better bet for removing concrete but bigger and heavier - this will be easier to drill smaller holes as lighter. I think it is being quite optimistic to think of one of these as a breaker given its size.



​Ok. Thanks
Schumarvel

Looking for an SDS drill to remove some concrete around a fence post. … Looking for an SDS drill to remove some concrete around a fence post. Should I get this or go for one of the cheap 5kg titans from screwfix? Sorry if it's a bit of a daft question.



Titan would be better for this, but if its just the one fence post then you might as well buy the Bosch which you will be able to use for future projects. Just drill loads of holes into the concrete then use the hammer function with a chisel bit to smash through the concrete.
Used to have one of these (electrician) but it died, its not a bad drill but cant handle severe abuse

The Hilti just seem to last forever and refuse to die no matter what you do with them
Ordered, thanks OP
philomino

Titan would be better for this, but if its just the one fence post then … Titan would be better for this, but if its just the one fence post then you might as well buy the Bosch which you will be able to use for future projects. Just drill loads of holes into the concrete then use the hammer function with a chisel bit to smash through the concrete.



​Thanks for the reply.
I nearly got this last time it was on offer but ended up buying the 2-26DF as it has SDS and standard quick change chucks, great price though!
furiousjammin

What is useless info to one person, is something brilliant to another. I … What is useless info to one person, is something brilliant to another. I love fixing stuff. Just because I like the buzz of making something work that once didn't. ​Life is full of little things like this. Nice one.


Thanks for the virtual slap on the back. I also feel more respectful of the the drill now I know whats inside!
GoNz017

I nearly got this last time it was on offer but ended up buying the … I nearly got this last time it was on offer but ended up buying the 2-26DF as it has SDS and standard quick change chucks, great price though!



So does this one the 2 20D. I think your one is slightly more powerful etc (import force of 3J)
Edited by: "hhali" 31st Mar 2017
nougat

Ok boring story but big for me. My Silverline 2KG packed up two days ago … Ok boring story but big for me. My Silverline 2KG packed up two days ago going through two couses of victorian engineers with a 100mmm core drill after 9 years medium use so I came on here to look for a replacement and there were no decent deals so I took it to pieces and found one of the windings on the outer coils had detached itself. Got a bit of wire soldered it back and the drill purred back to life. I was ready to throw it out but youtube saved the day again with the instructional on rewinding motors


I would not have thought a 2kg SDS should be much good with core drilling, minimum is 5kg really
TomF

I would not have thought a 2kg SDS should be much good with core … I would not have thought a 2kg SDS should be much good with core drilling, minimum is 5kg really


Maybe a parkside would struggle but the Bosch blue do a decent job, obviously if you did cores for a living you would spend several hundred on a decent core drill but these are very handy
GoNz017

Maybe a parkside would struggle but the Bosch blue do a decent job, … Maybe a parkside would struggle but the Bosch blue do a decent job, obviously if you did cores for a living you would spend several hundred on a decent core drill but these are very handy


But I have a I have a bosch bgh 2400 would not dream of using it for 110mm cores, it's a sure way of burning out the motor, most cores have a minimum wattage of 800. Mine has 720w this has 650w I would not use such a small drill for cutting cores. Not saying it can't be done but it will struggle and you'll run the risk of damaging it.

That said if you are just coreing into acc then you'll be fine.
TomF

I would not have thought a 2kg SDS should be much good with core … I would not have thought a 2kg SDS should be much good with core drilling, minimum is 5kg really


Yes it takes a while but like I said, medium use. I drilled three two course common brick and one two course Victorian engineer. It has a clutch which can be annoying sometimes when you get the angle wrong or push on too hard. Maybe if I was being paid to do a job then yes a more powerful dedicated drill would be needed.
Edited by: "nougat" 31st Mar 2017
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