Having owned the bosch 12v impact driver, I knew that this was a great line of tools and took upon the opportunity to expand my own collection. I bought this through amazon’s warehouse deals as an open box item. A couple nits though. I already own and love its main competitor, Milwaukee’s 12v driver so I decided to do a quick side-by-side comparison. Item specifics were listed as this item had been opened but not used and returned.
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Even with all the use it’s had, it is still in new condition. The work light bottom is way more useful than I thought when I started using the first version of this driver.
I have to admit that I initially thought that a headlight was pure fluff on the first generation Bosch PS20 Pocket Driver. Con’s – Absolutely none to report at this time and we have had this tool for about one year of use now.
My wife bought it for me about 4 years ago. Upon delivery of my new driver, I realized that the item was in flawless “like-new” condition. Click images to enlarge. Several folks make these including Snappy but if you are going to work with bosh bits it gets pretty expensive.
Bosch PSA Cordless Driver Review
More compact than the I Driver and my Sears drill. The batteries, although very small hold a charge for a very long time not to mention they recharge in less then 30 minutes which is great when doing large projects.
One person found this helpful. The PS20 features an 11 position adjustable clutch. For this reason alone, I would rate the Milwaukee just ahead of the Bosch. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Bosch PS20-2A Pocket Driver
But I haven’t yet found an adapter that converts a hex chuck to a regular drill. Charge time is pretty quick, which is nice when you want both battery packs with you on a job. The rubber overmold in the grip area gives both a very secure, slip-free grip while cushioning any vibration that might come from the fastener being worked with.
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Bosch PS20-2A 12V Max Pocket Driver
Know what I mean,Vern? I personally prefer the detent bits over the magnetic bit holder. Beyond that, we love this thing.
It will drive 3 inch screws into pine or cedar with ease. Controlling rpm is easy as is maintaining a slow speed for starting a screw. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. He’s so pleased with his- he’s got 3 of em. Also- definitely purchase the Bosch Tool kit- the various bits and holders will surely come in handy on any installation.
I already own and love its main competitor, Milwaukee’s 12v driver so I decided to do a quick side-by-side comparison. One basic difference between a cordless driver like the PS20 and a pockwt drill is the chuck. But it does fit in most pockets I have on me when woodworking.
The torque was what really impressed me. By then, the battery life still seemed high and I grew tired of driving screws.
Not much of a test, but Ittold me exactly what I needed to know. My very old Bosch cordless drill one of the first cordless models they ever made had bit storage like this, and I used it constantly. This is a solid tool at a great price.