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Bosch PSB LI-2 Cordless 10.8 V Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill Driver with Battery

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  • Impact function for drilling into masonry
  • Full screw driving functionality including torque setting
  • Up to 250 screws with one battery for all demanding do-it-yourself jobs
  • Compact design and powerful engine

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number PSB 10.8 LI-2
Item Weight2.3 Kg
Product Dimensions33.4 x 28.4 x 10.2 cm
Item model numberPSB 10.8 LI-2
Power SourceBattery-powered
Voltage10.8
Performance Description19.500 BPM
Plug FormatG - 3 pin british
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BZ8SF9O
Best Sellers Rank 51,005 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 Kg
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Date First Available24 April 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The PSB 10.8 LI-2 has an array of useful features!
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The PSB 10.8 LI-2 is a cordless 2-speed impact drill/driver. It belongs to the ‘Power4All’ range by Bosch which is a unique range of tools that uses the same 10.8 V Lithium-Ion battery. The advantage is that you only need a single battery for multiple tools.

Ideal for

Screwdriving with torque setting, drilling into wood and steel, hammer drilling into concrete, brick walls.


Tool-free changing of screwdriver and drill bits

The PSB 10.8 LI-2 integrates the keyless chuck feature which means changing screwdriver and drill bits is now easier than ever. When the on/off switch is not pressed, the drill spindle (and thus the chuck) is locked. This enables screws to be screwed in, even when the battery is empty, and allows the machine to be used as a screwdriver.

Maximum power and endurance thanks to Bosch Lithium-Ion

Bosch Lithium-Ion powered tools are always ready to use thanks to no memory effect and no self-discharge. This means that the tool can be charged at any time, regardless of whether the battery is flat or not. To ensure a long lifetime Bosch has equipped all Lithium-Ion batteries with Electronic Cell Protection (ECP), preventing overheating and overload.

Optimum power for every type of application

The PSB 10.8 LI-2 is a truly versatile tool. It features 20 pre-selectable torque settings plus a drill and impact drill setting for optimum power for every application.

Always ready for use

Even after a period of four months on standby, a fully charged Lithium-Ion battery is still charged to approximately 85 per cent. This means that power is available to you for six times longer than that of conventional NiCd batteries.

High performance

This tool features a 2-speed, high performance gearbox, which offers best power transfer (high efficiency) and the highest degree of running smoothness with the smallest possible dimensions.

Box Contains

1 x PSB 10.8 Li-2
1 x 1 hour charging station
1 x battery
1 x double sided screwdriving bit
1 x carry case



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This is a fantastic little drill, and is much more powerful than you'd expect for its small size.I already have a Bosch PSR 10.8 LI-2 (note PSR) model which I bought from Amazon in June 13, and whilst I was really pleased with that model I was a little disappointed when I realised it did not have the impact/hammer action. I thought it would have, but subsequently realised that in reading the specs and reviews of the Bosch cordless range I'd confused the PSB 10.8 with the PSR 10.8. As I wrote in my review of the PSR 10.8 LI-2, please note that if you are thinking of buying this drill and comparing prices, be sure you are comparing the exact same drill, as there are in fact FOUR different versions of this drill, each of which have a slight variation in features.

The model on this page is the PSB 10.8 LI-2 which is the best of the four models, as it's the two-speed model with the impact drilling feature. The four versions look almost identical, but here's the differences:

PSR 10,8 LI: Similar to this one, but does not have the two-speed selector switch and does not include impact drilling (hammer drill) setting.
PSR 10,8 LI-2: Has a two speed selector switch but does NOT include impact drilling (hammer drill) setting.
PSB 10,8 LI: Similar to this one, but does not have the two-speed selector switch; but DOES include impact drilling hammer drill) setting.
PSB 10,8 LI-2: The model on this page, and the best of the four as, as well as having the two-speed selector switch, it also includes impact drilling (hammer drill) setting.

The PSB models are therefore usually at least £20 more expensive than the PSR models. However, when I bought this PSB LI-2 it was actually £55 cheaper than the inferior PSR LI-2 model!
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As the title, I can only see this as the near future of power tool technology. With ni-cd and ni-mh fading into obscurity and being replaced by li-ion and presumably eventually li-po (which the ipad and rc helicopters use). These technologies improve cordless tools by being initially more reliable, charging faster and with better charge technology, lighter, smaller, and able to deliver more power for the size and weight. So that's where the technology is heading, how about this screwdriver?

Don't be fooled by its product photo - it looks small and light like a puny screwdriver, lacking the bulk of a huge ni-cd battery pack. This can deceive you into thinking that it's a weak halfway house of a product that works well as a screwdriver but can't handle drilling well. You'd be wrong to assume this. It's a weighty tool and not to be underestimated.

I tested it on hammer mode on brick and it performed as well as or better than my ni-cd hammer drill of similar specification. It drilled 7mm diameter holes into solid hard 1930s brick (tough stuff!) for rawlplugs in around 20 seconds. That's pretty respectable for a cordless consumer drill.

Screw mode is equally powerful and the clutch can be adjusted and turned off.

There is no bit storage clip on the driver which is a bit annoying. An oversight I feel.

I really like the LED indicator on top that can tell you the charge level well in advance of the battery running low, so you won't start a job and have to stop halfway because the battery is dead (this is why I previously only ever bought drills with TWO ni-cd batteries!
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I've been doing a lot of DIY recently so I've had the perfect opportunity to test out this Bosch drill/driver with a variety of different tasks. It hasn't let me down and has proved to be more than up to the majority of tasks I've thrown at it. I've been comparing it directly against the Black & Decker 10.8V Li-Ion High Performance Ultra Compact 2 Gear Drill Driver that I bought last year to see which is best.

Strengths
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- Great solid build quality, as we expect from Bosch.
- Nice plastic carry case provided.
- Excellent battery life - a single charge seems to last forever! Doesn't seem to lose charge when not in use over several weeks. More than enough capacity for a full day of DIY.
- Pretty quick charge cycle: 80% in 45 mins, 100% in 60 mins. However, the B&D only takes 30 mins for a full charge and comes with 2 batteries so you don't have to stop working while charging.
- Useful built-in LED light comes on during use to illuminate the action.
- Battery status indicator gives a good idea of remaining charge when you first turn on the drill.
- Excellent keyless chuck with a nice clicky positive locking mechanism, which makes it very easy to secure drill and driver bits.
- Impact drill setting included, which is not featured on many cordless drills (including my B&D). Very useful for masonry drilling, although not as powerful as a mains drill, as you would expect.

Weaknesses
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- Lack of magnetic bit holder.
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