Bosch PSR Select Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver £29.99 @ Amazon
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Bosch PSR Select Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver £29.99 @ Amazon

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Found 9th May 2015
3.6 V cordless screwdriver with 12 bits always at hand
Superfast bit changes of 12 bits integrated in the rotatable box
Strong 3.6 V engine powered by lithium-ion battery
Integrated work light and battery charge and direction indicators
Small and handy tool body

Half Price

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Got one of these as xmas pressie., total waste of time, love Bosch but hate this.

By the time you've peered through the little viewing window, pushed out the wrong bit a couple of times, you might as well have used a normal electric one. Finally I just filled it up with the same size pozie so I knew I was getting the bit I wanted. Top it all off with a direction switch that is positioned so every time you squeeze the trigger you've accidentally switched it to the direction you do not want.

I'll vote hot as it is the cheapest I have seen it.
Edited by: "Argoj" 9th May 2015
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Cheapest this has ever been by a long shot. This will be awesome in my tool bag as i was always misplasing the screwdriver heads
Edited by: "jb66" 9th May 2015

No.......I DON'T need another cordless screwdriver .

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rhinopaul

No.......I DON'T need another cordless screwdriver .



I know! But the wee spinning bit holder....

jb66

I know! But the wee spinning bit holder....


Noooooooooooooo.
Nope ,not biting.Its a stonking deal for someone that can't resist though.

Pointless gimmick

Thank you!!! I wanted one of these but never thought the price will ever get that low!

Got one of these as xmas pressie., total waste of time, love Bosch but hate this.

By the time you've peered through the little viewing window, pushed out the wrong bit a couple of times, you might as well have used a normal electric one. Finally I just filled it up with the same size pozie so I knew I was getting the bit I wanted. Top it all off with a direction switch that is positioned so every time you squeeze the trigger you've accidentally switched it to the direction you do not want.

I'll vote hot as it is the cheapest I have seen it.
Edited by: "Argoj" 9th May 2015

Argoj

Got one of these as xmas pressie., total waste of time, love Bosch but … Got one of these as xmas pressie., total waste of time, love Bosch but hate this.By the time you've peered through the little viewing window, pushed out the wrong bit a couple of times, you might as well have used a normal electric one. Finally I just filled it up with the same size pozie so I knew I was getting the bit I wanted. Top it all off with a direction switch that is positioned so every time you squeeze the trigger you've accidentally switched it to the direction you do not want. I'll vote hot as it is the cheapest I have seen it.


Thank you! I have the previous iteration of this screwdriver and was just about to pull the trigger on this as God knows I do love a gadget.
This site needs more people like you sir, with constructive comments rather than the usual trash...

Good price. I paid £24 for this last week @ Very.. They sent me a code, now expired.

Mine turned up today, I'm really pleased with it. Cheers OP

A Lawgiver for the middle-aged. Life is good.

Sold out

Looks like it fell out of the ugly tree but will put in my wish list for now as not worth £60

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kev1986

Sold out



You need to look at other sellers and choose amazon

jb66

You need to look at other sellers and choose amazon



It's there, but 2 to 3 delivery. Is this any good? hotukdeals.com/dea…539

If you only ever need to build flat pack furniture and have very limited space to store tools, this will mostly suffice. I would recommend spending more and upgrading to a cordless drill / screwdriver combo device to give you more freedom and versatility though. This seems horribly underpowered for anything other than flat pack and a bit of a one trick novelty pony. Seems no advantage to this if you need a second hand to change over the bit anyway like a normal quick change bit adapter, but might have been more useful if the bit changing was automatic and controlled by just the one hand / trigger finger.

Edited by: "davej1710" 11th May 2015

I know it is not Bosch, but Aldi have their 'WorkZone' 10.8v Li-on Drill/Driver @ £25. Comes in a plastic case with some drill bits and driver bits. 1 hr charge, work light, 18 Torque settings. Very capable and makes these things seem like toys. 3yr warranty also.

Got one Saturday and v impressed.

https://www.aldi.co.uk/en/specialbuys/thur-7-may/product-detail/ps/p/108v-li-ion-cordless-drill/

States 3-5hr charge on the website, but 1hr on the box.

Totally pointless item! DIY folk will buy anything :D. Such a waste of money.

Just put the money towards a combi drill. You'll end up needing and buying one eventually anyway.

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will3000

Totally pointless item! DIY folk will buy anything :D. Such a waste of … Totally pointless item! DIY folk will buy anything :D. Such a waste of money.Just put the money towards a combi drill. You'll end up needing and buying one eventually anyway.



I have a drill cheers but pita carting it in my toolbag

I'd have to imagine 3.6v doesn't get you much in the way of power with this. It must sit in a strange niche between just using a screwdriver and a fully fledged tool. I could see it being handy for something like flat pack furniture where there are lots of screws to tighten and maybe the odd little jobs in the home.

I have a BOSCH PSR14.4 - 14.4V myself, not sure if it's a low power drill or a high power screwdriver, and it's seen me good for various jobs around the house so far, nothing too taxing!
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