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Bosch PSB Li-2 1800 18V Cordless Drill with Spare Battery & Case £67.99 @ Robert Dyas
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Bosch PSB Li-2 1800 18V Cordless Drill with Spare Battery & Case £67.99 @ Robert Dyas

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Posted 27th Oct

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The Bosch PSB 1800 cordless combi drillis compact yet powerful and it comes with a spare battery and a case. It's powered by 18 volts and boasts 20 torque settings and 2-speed gearbox for smooth running and impressive drilling capacities.

Whether you’re building a tree house or fitting lights to exterior walls, this powerful Bosch combi drill can take on the task. It features 20 pre-selectable torque settings and a hammer drill function to help you choose the optimum power level.

And with two lithium-ion batteries included, you can rely on long-lasting power that won’t fade when left in storage, so it’s ready to go when you are.

Features and Benefits
  • Lithium-ion batteries - There’s no self-discharge or memory effect so they will even hold their charge in storage. Plus, you can use the second battery when the first is charging, so there’s no interruption to your work.
  • Efficient - 20 pre-selectable torque settings plus a drill and impact drill setting allows optimum power delivery in every application.
  • Cordless - Cordless combi drills remove the hassle of messy wires so you can get on with the job, wherever it is.
  • Fast charging - The battery is ready to use in just one hour, so it’s great for quick DIY tasks.
Specifications
  • Battery voltage: 18v
  • Battery capacity: 1.5Ah
  • No load speed (1st gear): 0 – 400rpm
  • No load speed (2nd gear):0 – 1350rpm
  • Max torque: 38Nm
  • Weight: 1.3kg
  • Drilling diameter in steel: 10mm
  • Drilling diameter in wood: 30mm
  • Drilling diameter in masonry: 10mm
  • Keyless chuck: Yes
What's Included
  • 2 x 18V 1.5Ah Batteries
  • 1 x 18v Charger
  • 1 x Bosch cordless combi drill
  • 1 x Double screwdriver bit
  • 1 x Plastic case





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This one returns every year (without fail) on Amazon Black Friday, for around £46 for those who can afford to wait...
Personally I'd rather spend the extra £32 for the pro blue
reg6627/10/2019 15:54

Personally I'd rather spend the extra £32 for the pro blue


Can I ask why?

I’m so torn right now. I use a drill maybe 3 times a year, and I always have a habit of overbuying, because I’d hate one of those to be a failure because I bought the cheap, consumer version.

What does the blue do for you? Faster charge? More torque? Better longevity or resilience to regular use?
oliverhussick27/10/2019 21:41

Can I ask why? I’m so torn right now. I use a drill maybe 3 times a year, a …Can I ask why? I’m so torn right now. I use a drill maybe 3 times a year, and I always have a habit of overbuying, because I’d hate one of those to be a failure because I bought the cheap, consumer version.What does the blue do for you? Faster charge? More torque? Better longevity or resilience to regular use?



not sure about the charge time, but sure, you'll get higher torque, better longevity etc. But, if you're only using 3 times per year, maybe go for this one. However, if money isn't too much of an issue, I'd still opt for the blue one. Not sure if they're still doing it, but if you register the blue tool on their website you get 3 years warranty too (for the drill, one year for the battery)
Edited by: "reg66" 27th Oct
reg66 is correct, the blue versiosn are intended for traders/pro use, so they have to stand up to heavier work loads, provide a little better performance and durability, and yes come with a longer warranty.

As for battery life/charge time i'm not sure, you might get better batteries, and a faster charger with the pro one, but, as charging can affect longevity of the battery cells, i think the chargers are likely oto be the same
Edited by: "Gunslinger" 27th Oct
I've had this set for over 3 years, screwed in plasterboard in my ceilings, built two bathrooms, regularly drill into brickwork, still works as if it's brand new. Batteries are both still good and last long enough while the other charges up. Sure I'd prefer the pro version but never regretted my purchase!
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