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Bosch PSB 650RE hammer drill £29.99 @ Argos C&C
Bosch PSB 650RE hammer drill £29.99 @ Argos C&C

Bosch PSB 650RE hammer drill £29.99 @ Argos C&C

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Great buy for a quality drill.

2 year warranty

The Bosch PSB corded hammer drill allows you to tackle all of your household hammer tasks with ease; be it assembling flat pack or putting up a shelf. This makes it an essential addition to any toolbox.

This product comes with a FREE 2 year guarantee and a 5-day repair service. We will collect, repair and service your product and return it to you in perfect working order within 5 working days. (Collection excludes UK Highlands and Islands).
650 watts.
Reverse function.
13mm keyless chuck.
1 gear.
Max torque 9Nm.
0 - 3000 blows per minute.
Drilling capacity for wood 30mm, steel 12mm and masonry 14mm.
Soft grip, depth stop handle.
Auxiliary handle.
Cord length of 2.3m.
Carry case.
Size H34, W37.5, D10.5cm.
Drill weight 3.1kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee (excludes professional use).
EAN: 3165140512374.

52 Comments

Great spot OP. Heat added

have this drill its absolutely fantastic.

Good find! I need a cordless one , but I still reserved this aha
Edited by: "Aaronnnn" 26th Nov 2016

Cheers penny
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yeah... "This product comes with a FREE 2 year guarantee and a 5-day repair service. We will collect, repair and service your product and return it to you in perfect working order within 5 working days."

whats the registration link please? been looking forever
already signed up to 3 different Bosch related sites and non of them can find my drill

Argos Bosch topcashback of 12.1% !!! = £2.48p

Drill price £27.50 Approx.

Bargain
Edited by: "megastream" 27th Nov 2016

good find PF , heat added

registration link anyone?

which one is better this one posted or this one in this link argos.co.uk/pro…354

I've got an older version of this drill and it performs reliably and without fault. Great at less than 30 pounds for the new version.

themachman

Cheers penny


By the way, thats not me X) Great deal, heat added
Edited by: "summerof76" 27th Nov 2016

Hi is this drill good for drilling brickwall to put tv bracket

saji

Hi is this drill good for drilling brickwall to put tv bracket



I have one of these. It is good and will cope with brick. The keyless chick does slip occasionally when trying to drill concrete so I had to buy a Makita SDS drill for that. Between them I have everything covered

Great price and heat added
Edited by: "JESUS!" 27th Nov 2016

JESUS!

I have one of these. It is good and will cope with brick. The keyless … I have one of these. It is good and will cope with brick. The keyless chick does slip occasionally when trying to drill concrete so I had to buy a Makita SDS drill for that. Between them I have everything coveredGreat price and heat added



Keyless chick, eh? They're the best ones, keep 'em waiting outside.

iz123456789

which one is better this one posted or this one in this link … which one is better this one posted or this one in this link http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4116354



Your one is an SDS drill. It's an absolute steal at that price. Great for making holes in concrete and chiselling things. However, it's a bit too heavy duty for some tasks. So, you'd also need a lighter drill as well.

This product comes with a FREE 2 year guarantee. To extend the warranty of your new tool from 2 to 3 years, please visit www. MyBosch-Tools. Com within 28 days of purchase and register it in 'MyBosch'.

This product comes with a FREE 2 year guarantee. To extend the warranty of your new tool from 2 to 3 years, please visit www. MyBosch-Tools. Com within 28 days of purchase and register it in 'MyBosch'.

kristoff

Keyless chick, eh? They're the best ones, keep 'em waiting outside.



​3000 blows per minute....I'm in! oO

When it comes to hammer drill, I always go for SDS drill. Quick release and no need for a key.

I notice the Bosch PBH 2100 on Argos is also on sale as well for £54.99, cheaper than Amazon (£78.99). If it's got higher wattage, I'd have gone for it.

Out of stock near me but they are an Amazon / B&Q for £36.

Bought, cheers.
I don't need it but I managed to talk myself in to it anyway.

Oos

Decent drill for excellent price, but do note this is not for heavy consistent use. Good for the occasional DIY. For heavy use SDS is a must

Good price. I'm not too sure on the 2.3m cable length though. It sounds short! I think if you drilled holes at say ceiling height for curtain pole you'd need an extension cable?

All the Bosch drills being sold at the moment are good quality, they have really upped there game!

Just picked up the 680 version from my local B&Q for £36 as my 20 year old Black & Decker got leaked on while in the garage used the 680 this morning and it was happy drilling a wall so I could hang a mirror.

diy.com/dep…prd

ashman33

Good price. I'm not too sure on the 2.3m cable length though. It sounds … Good price. I'm not too sure on the 2.3m cable length though. It sounds short! I think if you drilled holes at say ceiling height for curtain pole you'd need an extension cable?


Would have thought that would have been pretty obvious, no one in there right mind would try to go up step ladders to drill a hole without having there mains drill plugged into an extension lead as you just know there wouldn't be enough length!

I've got an SDS corded drill and an electric screwdriver with a drill chuck adapter. I probably need to get this deal as sometimes the SDS is like trying to crack a nut with a sledgehammer!

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4116354

what about this one guys?

heat?

kristoff

Keyless chick, eh? They're the best ones, keep 'em waiting outside.



Treat 'em mean, keep 'em keen!

Great, basic drill. I only use it for the odd shelf or TV bracket but it has worked brilliantly. I suppose if you use it more often a cordless one would be handier, but if you're only using it a few times a year there's no point in spending double this price.

iz123456789

which one is better this one posted or this one in this link … which one is better this one posted or this one in this link http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4116354



Thanks ordered this one
Edited by: "tinman41" 27th Nov 2016

Moral of the story: don't get a woman to do a man's job or she'll end up drilling the paint.

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Just snagged the last one at my local Argos. Heat, thank you.

If you've ever used a good quality cordless drill you wouldn't buy a corded drill ever again!

TheOak

Moral of the story: don't get a woman to do a man's job or she'll end up … Moral of the story: don't get a woman to do a man's job or she'll end up drilling the paint.[img]http://argos.scene7.com/is/image/Argos/7114676_R_Z005A?fmt=pjpg&wid=920&hei=836[/img]




Silly woman. you don't drill paint!
she's going to get her pumps covered in paint too!
silly woman.
the man who's drill it is isn't going to buy her a new pair.

Milki_bar_Kid

If you've ever used a good quality cordless drill you wouldn't buy a … If you've ever used a good quality cordless drill you wouldn't buy a corded drill ever again!



​Possibly true, but........ The vast majority of time for me the drill is used for a few minutes (if that! Read somewhere that the average drill is used less than 20 minutes in its lifetime). Personally I don't want to hang around waiting for it to charge as I've not used it for x number of months.

iz123456789

yeah... "This product comes with a FREE 2 year guarantee and a 5-day … yeah... "This product comes with a FREE 2 year guarantee and a 5-day repair service. We will collect, repair and service your product and return it to you in perfect working order within 5 working days."whats the registration link please? been looking forever already signed up to 3 different Bosch related sites and non of them can find my drill



Yeah, Tried to register an electric screwdriver via their all-in-one account. Complete nightmare. You end up going around in circles. You login, then attempt to go to My Bosch and it asks you to login or register for an account. Gave up in the end but not before contacting Bosch about the problem. Still awaiting a response after 2 weeks

None in stock for any of the 3 postcodes I can have delivered to

iz123456789

which one is better this one posted or this one in this link … which one is better this one posted or this one in this link http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4116354



​The one in your link is SDS so much better. I have an SDS Plus Bosch (can't remember model number) which goes through anything like butter. The 650 is just a normal hammer drill but will be good enough for most people who are just putting up a shelf or something.
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