Boach blue are fantastic (y)
Bosch Blue is what I use on the van, and have done with heavy use for the past 5 years. They are fantastic tools. I can only compare them against Makita, as we swapped from one to the other about 5 years ago (and still used in the workshop), and both are good, but Bosch batteries seem to last longer before they refuse to charge I've never used Dewalts tools, but can't imagine they are better than the equivalent Bosch. The linked Dewalt in the post top of thread is not an equivalent set; the numbers say it is actually slightly better, but not so much difference to justify 25% price difference IMO, and this Bosch seems like a fantastic deal. I've said in the past, and will say again it is personally preference, and you could go around in circles with others who prefer a manufacturer, but in reality people (include me) just get stuck using a manufacturer because they have the batteries, chargers etc. In this range, Makita, Dewalt, Bosch, Milwaukee And Hitachi (or whatever they are called now) are all good tools that most DIY users (which I suspect most here are) would be spoilt by their quality over some of the tat at the DIY end In any case, all professional tools have different scales of quality; this is about mid-range with a Metal Chuck & Brushless a real selling point. I was never a fan of the 2.0Ah batteries at first, but have grown to accept them; they charge fast between changes and make a nice compliment to my set. They do drain quicker, but I seem to have so many now it simply doesn't matter (y)
i use dewalt and don't have any problem .i'm think this bosch deal not great,dewalt battery 4.0ah
I use dewalts at work, they take a beating and still power through. They've worked after getting wet and being dropped and knocked about.
I buy the green tools, they are great for DIY. I bought a PSB 1800 LI-2 drill with 2 18V 1.5 Ah batteries for £55 then a PSB 1800 drill with and LI-2 with PDR 18 LI Impact driver with 2 18V 2Ah batteries for £75. I've also got a strimmer and a hedge clippers that take the same batteries so buying the diy ones is a no brainer for me.