Bosch Professional GBH 36 VF-LI Plus Cordless Rotary Hammer Drill with Two 36 V 4.0 Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries £428 at Amazon
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Bosch Professional GBH 36 VF-LI Plus Cordless Rotary Hammer Drill with Two 36 V 4.0 Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries £428 at Amazon

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Found 7th Apr
Get your shorts on, adopt a stern expression, and angrily drill things.
It's cathartic.
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Good find. Can also buy the body only for £251 and a single 4ah battery for £135 if you want 1 battery only for £386.
donslibi11 m ago

Good find. Can also buy the body only for £251 and a single 4ah battery …Good find. Can also buy the body only for £251 and a single 4ah battery for £135 if you want 1 battery only for £386.


Cheaper to buy with both batteries and sell the second on eBay?
Zero_Zuul7th Apr

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It's good that she's wearing PPE.
GDB22222 m ago

It's good that she's wearing PPE.


Should really have gloves on to help protect against vibrations .... then again !
moorjock3 m ago

Should really have gloves on to help protect against vibrations .... then …Should really have gloves on to help protect against vibrations .... then again !


... and a hard hat and hi-vis. All that oil is just going to make everything slippery. She’s a total liability!
Not to mention knee pads, wouldnt want her to get dimples on her knees
moorjock19 m ago

Not to mention knee pads, wouldnt want her to get dimples on her knees



if she is dimples i would love to get her on her knees
donslibi3 h, 47 m ago

Good find. Can also buy the body only for £251 and a single 4ah battery …Good find. Can also buy the body only for £251 and a single 4ah battery for £135 if you want 1 battery only for £386.


Cheaper and less hassle buying the one-battery kit from Anglia at £379.96 (with discount code) in that case, but the second battery is more than worth the extra £50, if only to sell on.

If you're not already invested in 36v Bosch, there's better available for less, for example, Milwaukee M18CHPX is a better specced drill (brushless, higher impact energy, more blows-per-minute, higher RPM, lighter in weight) and can be got for about the same as this Bosch, but with 2x 5ah batteries (or less with 2x 4ah). Considering the Bosch is 36v, it's very underwhelming really.

That's probably why the fella looks so angry, his mate's just shown him his Milwaukee and he's realised he bought the wrong drill
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 7th Apr
"cathartic" ? Strange spelling of lethargic.
For anybody looking at this, makita do a 36v range which takes 2x18v batterys. If you already use makita kit it makes sense to stick with the same batterys you already have, or get additional batterys you can use with other kit.
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