I have the 15Ah. Yeah, here’s where you get yours back. Better power-to-weight ratio with up to 18 Nm torque soft screwdriving application for powerful screwdriving up to 7 mm with a head length of only mm and a weight of only 0. Hi just to add my 2 cents worth Today, out of curiosity, I checked out the price of the drill alone no batteries, charger, etc. All Auction Buy It Now. My work doesn’t usually involve cabinets.
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Any experience with the Bosch Litheon v Pocket Tools?
This message was written by Christian Aufreiter, student and pocjet woodworker living in Austria. I like thembut they take a lot of space in the tool chest- two relativley large tools plus three or four batteries, and the charger.
I have the 15Ah. Left overnight in the van and the batteries are dead, a pain the neck from November through March.
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I believe the 1. Like you, it’s not big work. They have a lot of power for the size, I’ve run poc,et without pre drilling. Maximum screw 12 mm.
Custom Bundle see all. The Bosch has never let me down. I’m kind of bummed, I just got the Bosch Rockbox and it doesn’t charge Li-Ion batteries, so I’ve got to go for a last generation impact. Compact size and weight. Mountable bit toos for easy transport and storage of bits on the tool.
My question is how well do they drill? I have a PS20 and use it constantly. I would not be doing heavy work with this. Chuck Size see all. Chuck clamping range 0. You have saved me some money. Torque optimised for screwdriving and speed for drilling. I like the solid feeling of the bigger “blue” Makita set, but it is significantly heavier.
The ps is my go to driver for just about all screws, including 3″ hangers. We all have our personal preferences, the Bosch is a very nice tool. I carry a Systainer 4 packed with tools for installations. You May Also Like.
Some day when I kill all my DWs, I have a bunch in the shop as well. The PS20 is nice for finesse work; cabinets, door hardware, etc. That did away with the need for the PS I also have an impact driver but for any pre-drilled woodworking-size screw the PS20 works well and is light weight and comfortable to hold.
Doesn’t replace a full size cordless drill of course, but for a lil guy it works. I do find that the batteries gosch like the cold, but that’s overcome by slipping a couple in my lunchbox on my way home to come in the house on cold nights. In Holding in your local custom. I want something that will get into cabinets as well as regular driving situations.