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Bosch PSR 14.4 Cordless NiCad Drill Driver with 1 x 14.4 V Battery, 1.2 Ah
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- Torque pre-selection with 10 torque settings plus a drill setting - optimum power for every application
- Twin-sleeve 'Click' keyless chuck - easy tool-free bit changes
- Bosch Electronic speed control: 'accelerate' from 0-max using the trigger switch
- Integrated PowerLight - built in LED: workpiece is always well lit and clearly visible
- Run-out brake and lock-off switch and quick-change battery pack
- Softgrip for a better and more comfortable hold, plus direction LEDs to indicate whether the drill is in forward or reverse mode
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The Bosch PSR 14.4 cordless drill/driver gives you an ease of use whether you are drilling or screwdriving work--with this practical tool you are really well equipped. In addition to the drill setting, you also have up to 10 different torque settings to choose from. So, depending on your needs, you can drill both powerfully and delicately. Bosch PSR cordless screwdrivers are recommended for longer overhead applications and larger diameters. Whether it be reconstruction work, repairs on a wooden patio or summerhouse or renovation work and repairs on fences in the garden, its range of applications is (virtually) unlimited.
The Bosch PSR 14.4 comes with 10 pre-selectable torque settings for perfect control, plus drill setting for optimum power for every application. A large setting ring allows easy switching between drilling and screwdriving. With the correct setting, the screwdriver bit is stopped automatically as soon as the preset torque (tightness) is reached. Select a higher setting when removing screws, or select the ‘drilling’ symbol.
Keyless Chuck and Auto-Lock
The twin-sleeve keyless chuck allows tool-free easy changing of screwdriver and drill bits. The bits click audibly into place, ensuring a secure fit. When the on/off switch is not pressed, the drill spindle and tool holder are locked. This enables screws to be screwed in, even when the battery is empty and allows for the machine to be used as a screwdriver. The integrated Bosch Auto-Lock ensures that the machine locks the drill spindle at standstill, making it easy and convenient to open the keyless-chuck.
Intelligent Bosch Electronic
The run-out brake stops the PSR 14.4 motor in the shortest time possible, meaning no after-run. This is ideal for driving rows of screws, as you can work without interruption. Bosch Electronic allows speed control using the trigger switch with acceleration from 0-max. This allows for smooth pilot drilling followed by rapid drilling at full speed. The integrated PowerLight uses a built in LED which means the work piece is always well lit and clearly visible. The green direction LED shows whether the drill is in forward or reverse mode when drilling or screw driving.
Three Step Battery Charge-Control Indication
The battery charge-control indicator consists of three green LEDs, and indicates the charge condition of the battery for a few seconds when the on/off switch is pressed halfway or fully. The rechargeable NiCad battery is very quick to change. It provides high power output level and is capable of a large number of charging and discharging cycles.
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Last but not least every time I want to use it for a quick job -I have to recharge the battery first - waiting 3 hours before I can start. Meanwhile I get my corded drill out to get on with what I was doing. Not good enough!
Now I have this to me useless drill sitting around and can't decide what to do with it. A new longlast battery? or a new cordless 'DrillDriver?
As with the PSR 18, the PSR 14.4 is surprisingly powerful and lightweight, with a considerable battery life, however the absence of the additional battery (that came with my PSR 18) is noted and is a bit of a shame. The charge time for the battery is about 3 to 4 hours, and I have found that I usually get about 1 1/2 to 2 hours of good use for that. One minor design feature here (as with the the PSR 18) is with the charger, it does not have an auto-shut-off and will continue charging the battery even though it is 'full', and this can cause irreparable damage to the battery; I can't believe that with all the technology available nowadays it would be too much to expect for this feature to be 'as standard'......disapointing.
The supplied carry case is sturdy and well constructed, the chuck is very quick and straight forward to change and the built in light (which I initially considered to be simply a gimmick) is actually surprisingly effective.
Overall a great purchase, and at the reduced price Amazon appear to constantly offer it at, it is a genuine bargain.
It is ideal for small jobs and is rugged enough for our needs in a small office where the most demanding role is drilling holes for pictures or being used as an electric screwdriver: I would not think it would be suitable for a tradesman, but for the average DIY job or similar, it is ideal.
Unfortunatly I can't give it 5 stars, there are better drills around with a hammer function and a similar price, although I do like the small light on this and the chuck is really smooth to operate when changing bit. I also feel that the batteries could hold their charge a bit longer, but that might be due to us charging it and not letting it fully discharge before charging it again.
Not a bad buy though.
I've written to Bosch about batteries and charging. Why? Because there's no method of gauging whether batteries are fully charged; whether you can put a multi-meter to the terminals; or which terminals to connect with a multi-meter to measure the charge remaining. Previous contributors have said, 'take the battery off the charging unit when it gets hot!' - hardly a technical process! Incidentally, Bosch hasn't responded to my enquiry.
It is terrible at drilling into masonry but it was never designed for it. I just thought I'd give it a go. But for general purpose things such as driving screws into wood, plastic, drilling holes in light materials, this is perfect. No causal DIYer can or should survive without one. I've also used it with a polishing pad drill adapter, works great and for a decent time too. One thing I suggest you get is a thin extension for screwdriver bits. Many times I have come across a screw in an awkward place where the chuck keeps getting in the way. But this isn't worth a star less.
Overall if you're looking for a reliable product to bring you some ease in your life, or know someone who loves DIY but doesn't have one. Get one!
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