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This screwdriver is simply awesome! The generous 10 torque settings are essential to avoid stripping of the screw head. The Bosch PSR 7.2V is also variable speed, depending on how far the trigger is pressed.
One point to note: If you have large hands the powerful Led light can be obstructed, yet with some practice minor niggle can be resolved.
The Bosch screwdriver packs loads, and I mean loads of torque, especially when considering it is powered by a 7.2v li-ion battery!! So try the tool before indulging in some screw driving at the higher torque settings. And as mentioned before, the various torque settings make this the ideal tool for driving screws. At the lowest setting the screwdiver stops rotation as soon as it senses minimal pressure, making it usable even on the tiniest of screws.
Build quality is top notch and the ergonomic design combined with rubberised grips make this tool extremely comfortable to work with. The charging cradle is solid and much better than the IXO design wise. Just drop in the screwdriver into the brilliantly designed docking charger which offers a snug, secure connection.
The battery life on this unit is great, and lasts for hours when mounting KREA or IKEA style furnishings.
All I can say, if you really want a tiny screwdriver with massive punch, sturdy construction, long battery life and features look no further.
Highly recommended for any household.
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Initial post: 21 Oct 2011 00:12:53 BDT
C. Long says:
What is the ampere of the screwdriver? And would it screw into hard wood no bother?
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Mar 2014 17:04:04 GMT
A. Camilleri says:
So sorry to have seen this so late!! This screwdriver is still in use and it has enough power to screw into hard wood. The limiting factor is the screw itself! So unless the screw does not strip, it will definitely work.
Apologies once again for the 3 year delay!!!!!. Guess I did not have the notification activated as yet.
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