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Bosch PSB 24 VE-2 24V Cordless Hammer Drill @ Argos. £74.99 Save £35.00
Bosch PSB 24 VE-2 24V Cordless Hammer Drill @ Argos. £74.99 Save £35.00

Bosch PSB 24 VE-2 24V Cordless Hammer Drill @ Argos. £74.99 Save £35.00

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While looking for a repacement cordless drill earlier today, I found this. Seems good quality and sure has some serious torque. I later found the same model in B & Q at £148. though it did have two batteries and not one.

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I have this drill and have to say it is a solid workhorse. The price is good, but a second battery essential, as when you are working you are working!! Yes they have 1 hour charging time, but having to stop or slow down when your are at full throttle is most probably most annoying thing. Dont know how much a second battery would cost.

I bought mine at B&Q for £99 (during a promotion at store level) about a year and a half ago and it came with 2 batteries.

Anybody any idea about 2nd bat?

You can get a 2nd battery on line, around £50.
II've had a PSB24 RE for 3 years now and it has been faultless, a great piece of kit for the money.

I've had one of those drills for ages. As previously said, it is a good, solid drill and will cope with most things you're likely to ask it to do. However, unless they've changed it since I got mine, it only has a 10mm chuck, which can be a pain if you need some of the larger sized drill bits.

Unfortunately, I no longer use my one, as both batteries (I got mine with 2) decided to die at the same time and replacements are not cheap. I've now got a Bosch Blue GSB18VE2T3, which costs about £230 but is well worth it and comes with 3 batteries! Although it is 18v compared to the other drill's 24v, it easily outperforms the other drill and is worth the extra money if you use a drill frequently for more heavy duty type tasks.

We got one from argos a few years ago when they were on offer for £60, only problem we had with it is the original battery failed after about 6 months, so I had to buy a replacement.

I got a 3Ah NiMH one for about £50 from here, although it is now a fair bit more expensive. ultimate-electronics.co.uk/cor…68/

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I've had one of those drills for ages. As previously said, it is a good, … I've had one of those drills for ages. As previously said, it is a good, solid drill and will cope with most things you're likely to ask it to do. However, unless they've changed it since I got mine, it only has a 10mm chuck, which can be a pain if you need some of the larger sized drill bits..



Oddly, mine's a few years old, but came with a 13mm chuck. Argos list it as having a 10mm chuck though, in fact I think it may have been listed as 10mm when I got mine.

Struggles with brick work, very heavy for using as a screwdriver and mine packed up after fairly light use just after the warranty ran out.
Good price though - as a replacement DC motor costs virtually the same price as this.
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