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AdvantagesFine, for basic screwing, and the odd drill hole

DisadvantagesSlow, poorly made, terrible battery life, Bits slip easily

...pressure, so I introduced this drill to Mr. Wheelie Bin and went to purchase a drill that could cope with stone walls, solid wood joists and lots of mending. The chosen one There are certain names in the field that you tend to trust when buying this kind of thing, and one such name is Bosch, who make many things from Boilers to drills. So I chose a Bosch PSR 14.4V cordless drill. I bought...

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Advantageseasy to use, comes with extra battery, high-quality tool

Disadvantageslimited power of 700 rpm, no hammer function

...After moving into the new place, we needed an easy-to-use drill for simple household tasks. The Bosch PSR 18 cordless drill from the german manufacturer Bosch was my final choice. As I was expecting from Bosch, we got a high-quality and versatile drill. This drill is rechargeable and I bought the pack that comes with two 18 volt batteries, which are fast to charge and long lasting. It is light...

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“A meaty tool in my hand”

published 20/11/2013

AdvantagesEasy to operate

DisadvantagesCharge time

...Just becaus I'm of the fairer sex does not mean that I cannot do the occasional bit of DIY and that is why I'm the proud owner of a Bosch PSR cordless drill. One of the reasons I like this drill is that it is not too heavy and if needed I can use it with just the one hand however for really steady drilling it is best to use two. In all it weighs 1.75kg so it has a nice balance to it, light...

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