Bosch PSB 500RE Hammer Drill and 15-Piece Accessory Set £34.99 @ Robert Dyas (using code)
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Bosch PSB 500RE Hammer Drill and 15-Piece Accessory Set £34.99 @ Robert Dyas (using code)

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Found 6th Jun 2017
Use RDRMM5 Voucher code to get £5 to get £34.99

What’s Included

Bosch PSB 500RE hammer drill
15-piece accessory set of drill bits
Auxiliary handle
Depth stop
Carry case
Specifications

Power: 500 Watts
No-load speed: 3,000rpm
Impact rate: 33,000bpm
Twin-sleeve keyless chuck for fast tool changes
Dimensions: H33 x W44 x D12cm
Weight: 3kg
Colour: Green
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£39.99 @ Amazon and Argos (without accessory set)
Could I get this instore using the voucher code ?
Yes, free click and collect.
Great deal' hot
Ordered one
Cheap but useless for all but the easiest of jobs.
Surely the drilling depths are wrong?  10mm (concrete), 8mm (steel) and 25mm (wood
Gavin01

Surely the drilling depths are wrong?  10mm (concrete), 8mm (steel) and … Surely the drilling depths are wrong?  10mm (concrete), 8mm (steel) and 25mm (wood



​Amazon description says diameter instead of depth:

Maximum drilling diameter in masonry: 10 mm
Maximum drilling diameter in steel: 8 mm
Maximum drilling diameter in wood: 25 mm
Sun

​Amazon description says diameter instead of depth:Maximum drilling d … ​Amazon description says diameter instead of depth:Maximum drilling diameter in masonry: 10 mmMaximum drilling diameter in steel: 8 mmMaximum drilling diameter in wood: 25 mm



​Max masonry diameter of 10mm?!

When did Bosch start making play tools?
furiousjammin

Max masonry diameter of 10mm?! When did Bosch start making play tools?


Bosch green always have been. You want Bosch blue for a decent tool.
Very light DIY use. If you want a wired drill, go for SDS.
I think discount code expires at midnight. Nevertheless its still a good deal.
It's been fine for me with occasional light diy tasks over the past few years.
999pez

Bosch green always have been. You want Bosch blue for a decent tool.Very … Bosch green always have been. You want Bosch blue for a decent tool.Very light DIY use. If you want a wired drill, go for SDS.


I knew the blue were the "Professional" range, but i had no idea how bad the green ones were! oO
thanks for sharing, ordered one
only good for home use, not a trademans tool by a long stretch
can't argue with the price
but if you do a lot of drilling or do a lot of drilling into brick even as a diyer then consider an sds drill
its like a knive through butter and will probably last a very long time.
Code expired
STUDY10 for 10% off instead
Bosch green (DIY) tools are more than adequate for the majority of uses and users, of course the blue (professional) range are going to be better but that doesn't automatically make the green ones crap.
can this drill into tiles?

what drill set would you reccomend? the x line 34 piece set is availble for a tenner from amazon would that work
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