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5.0 out of 5 stars Superb drill, 16 July 2012
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This review is from: Bosch PSR 18 LI-2 Cordless Lithium-Ion Drill Driver with 1 x 18 V Battery, 1.5 Ah (DIY & Tools)
I am extremely pleased and impressed with this Bosch drill ( Bosch PSR 18 LI-2 0603973370 Cordless 18 Volt Drill/Driver, 1 x Li-Ion Battery). Bought it to install some new stud walls and spent a whole weekend working with it. Very powerful - I love the power setting - Set on full power to start, and drive your screw into the substrate to the required depth - the power lights light up to show how much power ( torque) the drill has used to drill to this depth - set the power switch to this new setting and all screws magically screw to the same depth - Genius ! Very pleased - well worth the money and with a 1 hour fast charge it is extremely convenient. One charge lasted the whole day and screwed in through MDF into wood studding and then into Aluminum with each screw and power lasted over 250 screws. Wonderful !
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Initial post: 25 Aug 2012 21:37:59 BDT
A. M. Sheikh says:
my bits keep falling out, any suggestions on how tight to screw it? i do screw it tight enough until it makes a clicking sound, am i doing it the right way?

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Aug 2012 09:17:25 BDT
Dave says:
Hi,
Turn the head of the chuck until it clicks once or twice, you will find it will hold the bits firmly. I was worried at first that I was stressing the chuck by twisting too hard, but there will be an audible click when the chuck has locked the bit in place.
Dave

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Aug 2012 09:35:25 BDT
A. M. Sheikh says:
Thanks for the reply. Helps :)
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