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PSR18 LI-2's Missing specifications.,
This review is from: Bosch PSR 18 LI-2 Cordless 18 Volt Drill/Driver, 1 x Li-Ion Battery (DIY & Tools)For some reason or another the info given for drill / driver's advertised on Amazon always lacks more detailed specifications, so to assist anyone deciding on whether or not this fits their requirements this is the spec of this device.
Idle speed (1st gear : 0-400) (2nd gear : 1250 rpm)
Max. torque for soft/hard screw driving applications 25 / 46 Nm
Number of screw driving torque settings : 25 + 1
Battery voltage : 18.0 V
Capacity : 1.5AH
Charger rated as "quick charge"
Chucks Keyless chuck
Machine weight with battery : 1.55 kg
Max screw driving diameter : 8 mm
Max drilling diameter in steel : 10 mm
Max drilling diameter in wood : 35 mm
Also, and although rather obvious, it is not a hammer drill.
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Initial post: 18 Apr 2012 09:44:29 BDT
Last edited by the author on 18 Apr 2012 09:52:44 BDT
Thanks JBN, we need more detailed spec. like this - it is more helpful than all the other "reviews" put together !!
Just for the record, I have a 12v Ryobi impact driver (that claims 80 nm torque) that couldn't undo a 4inch No 12 screw that the PSR had just put into an oak beam - the PSR took it out again though !!!
In reply to an earlier post on 18 Apr 2012 11:48:28 BDT
Last edited by the author on 18 Apr 2012 11:50:02 BDT
Snap!! As I also have a Ryobi but its the 14.4 volts version, the batteries used being its failing point as they just dont hold a charge for long.
Yes, the PSR's slower speed range coupled to a higher battery voltage gives great torque for both screwing in, and as you have found, removing stubborn screws.
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