Designed to give ultimate power with 54Nm in a light weight heavy duty drill. This drill is designed for hammer drilling into masonry, brick & concrete whilst still providing 20 torque settings for drilling into wood steel & plastics. the lithium ion batteries are protected by Bosch ECP (electronic cell protection) and can deliver up to 300 screws into timber in just 1 fast charge. At 15% shorter head length, this drill can still get you into the tightest of spaces, has keyless chuck with AutoLock, battery indicator and integrated work light to get the simplest or hardest jobs done with ease.
This product is designed for the passionate DIY’er and comes with a 2 Year Bosch Warranty. Trade Tested is an authorised Bosch NZ dealer.
- 2 x 1.5Ah batteries
- Carry case
- 20+1 torque settings for easy power control
- 2 x Lithium Ion batteries with ECP producing 54Nm of power
- Keyless chuck with AutoLock for easy drill and bit changes
- Drilling diameter of 16mm into masonry
- 22500 ipm impact rate
- PowerLight and battery status indicator for added convenience
- Highest runtime thanks to Lithium-Ion Technology and interchangeable battery pack
- Separate impact function for drilling in stone and concrete
- Integrated direction LED
- Most compact design for better manageability through innovative, compact gearbox
- Powerful engine for best performance
- LongLife through Electronic Cell Protection
- Up to 300 screws with one battery charge
- 13% lighter, 15% shorter head length
- Voltage: 18V
- Battery capacity: 1.5Ah
- Max. screw diameter: 10mm
- Max. Torque: (soft/ hard) 25/54nm
- Max. drilling diameters (steel / wood / masonry): 10mm / 35mm / 16mm
- Keyless chuck: 13mm
- Torque settings: 20+1
- Charging time: 60 mins
- Weight: 1.5kg
Product code: PSB 18 LI-2 2.0Ah Kit
about 1 year ago
Light weight powerful drill with great features and performance.
about 1 year ago
The drill is good with the exception of battery removal. Both batteries are difficult to remove, with one being more so than the other, as they are very stiff in their sliding motion. I have slid them in and out repeatedly with the hope that they would free up, but they are becoming worse if anything. I fear that soon it will be almost impossible to remove the batteries without resorting to using excessive force force.