Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill Driver w/2x 18 V Batteries - £63.74 delivered at Amazon
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Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill Driver w/2x 18 V Batteries - £63.74 delivered at Amazon

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Found 26th May 2017
The Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 cordless drill is a professional for fitting projects. Be it screw driving, drilling or impact drilling - this cordless drill completes them ideally with its powerful 2-speed planetary gearbox. During work, you benefit from its handiness and low weight as well as from the maximum endurance of its 18 V lithium-ion battery.

Box Contains:
Bosch PSB 1800 Li-2 Cordless Hammer Drill
1 hour charger
2 x battery
screwdriver bit
instruction manual
carry case

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Good price, bought them a while ago. Nice light little drill, ideal for diy.
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dean026

Good price, bought them a while ago. Nice light little drill, ideal for … Good price, bought them a while ago. Nice light little drill, ideal for diy.



Yeah me too. I paid more than this though
with 2xbatteries that's a cracking deal. got an older version of this and still going strong with original batteries. Moderate DIY use.
Good light duty drill. The better Bosch drills (blue) or kits with bigger battery capacity (this has 2 1.5Ah batteries, or so it seems) are sometimes available for not much more and also worth considering if not in a rush
Hot deal and very tempting, as my ni-cad bosch has just died, but think I'd rather have a higher amp battery.
£68 in B&Q
Holdsworth

Hot deal and very tempting, as my ni-cad bosch has just died, but think … Hot deal and very tempting, as my ni-cad bosch has just died, but think I'd rather have a higher amp battery.



​Two smaller batteries are cheaper, lighter, and can be alternating in the charger or a different tool. Just my (novice DIY!) opinion.
Garnett

Two smaller batteries are cheaper, lighter, and can be alternating in the … Two smaller batteries are cheaper, lighter, and can be alternating in the charger or a different tool. Just my (novice DIY!) opinion.



With a one hour charger and 1.5Ah batteries, the batteries are unlikely to overlap in use/charging - any reasonable sized job and you'll be sitting waiting for batteries to charge.
worthinger

With a one hour charger and 1.5Ah batteries, the batteries are unlikely … With a one hour charger and 1.5Ah batteries, the batteries are unlikely to overlap in use/charging - any reasonable sized job and you'll be sitting waiting for batteries to charge.


Talking codswallop!
Voted cold by mistake. Sorry :(.
^ voted hot to counteract
RueFondary

Good light duty drill. The better Bosch drills (blue) or kits with bigger … Good light duty drill. The better Bosch drills (blue) or kits with bigger battery capacity (this has 2 1.5Ah batteries, or so it seems) are sometimes available for not much more and also worth considering if not in a rush



​WHAT??? the only way you could get a blue one anywhere near this price, would be code-stacking. If you can find a blue one somewhere near this price (esp. with 4ah batteries) PLEASE POST IT.
Think this is the same as mine - utterly fantastic little thing.
Amazon reviews say the hammer aspect of this drill (and the Black and Decker equivalents) isn't reliable since it would struggle to go into brick although it doesn't mention if using a masonry bit. With regards to safety the drill bit would work itself loose from the keyless chuck - think one guy mention the bit came out and he almost impaled himself and on another occassion the bit flew out and hit the shower cubicle door.
Edited by: "whw" 27th May 2017
crazylegs

Talking codswallop!



Absolutely not. 1.5Ah battery has a very short run time under load.

Nice to see you can construct an argument though.
Edited by: "worthinger" 27th May 2017
beljata

£68 in B&Q



Thats a fiver more right there folks
whw

Amazon reviews say the hammer aspect of this drill (and the Black and … Amazon reviews say the hammer aspect of this drill (and the Black and Decker equivalents) isn't reliable since it would struggle to go into brick although it doesn't mention if using a masonry bit. With regards to safety the drill bit would work itself loose from the keyless chuck - think one guy mention the bit came out and he almost impaled himself and on another occassion the bit flew out and hit the shower cubicle door.


Been reading too many numpty reviews again..
There are plenty here post 15 is another one!
crazylegs

Been reading too many numpty reviews again..There are plenty here post 15 … Been reading too many numpty reviews again..There are plenty here post 15 is another one!



Do you have one of these Bosch drills? Are you speaking from experience having used this in exactly the same way the range of reviews on Amazon suggest? If not then you word is only as valid as those of countless other faceless reviewers on Amazon and is very much a case of individual experiences will vary.
Monkeybumcheeks

Thats a fiver more right there folks


2 Ah battery not 1.5 for a fiver more

Damn-B & Q offer expires on Monday so no chance to flash the old 10% off pensioner card!
whw

Amazon reviews say the hammer aspect of this drill (and the Black and … Amazon reviews say the hammer aspect of this drill (and the Black and Decker equivalents) isn't reliable since it would struggle to go into brick although it doesn't mention if using a masonry bit. With regards to safety the drill bit would work itself loose from the keyless chuck - think one guy mention the bit came out and he almost impaled himself and on another occassion the bit flew out and hit the shower cubicle door.



The chuck loosens if you haven't tightened it properly, as for struggling with masonry I haven't noticed it struggle with much, using mostly 6-12mm, it easily gets to my required depth. No it's not gonna handle it like an SDS drill but for most jobs it's grand.
I've seen this as low as £48 in the past so only because of that have to vote cold.
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mad_design_man

I've seen this as low as £48 in the past so only because of that have to … I've seen this as low as £48 in the past so only because of that have to vote cold.



Where? Do you have a link/time machine?

This has 2 batteries, not 1.
Edited by: "dale86uk" 29th May 2017
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