September 21, 2011

Bosch PS11 12V Max Angle Drill/Driver


Judging by how much we use our Milwaukee 12 volt right angle drill, we'd assume that if we had one one of these new Bosch tools, we'd give it a pretty good workout on a weekly basis. We're not plumbers or electricians, so we don't need a high-powered tight angle drill for chewing 2" holes through 2x4s. We're carpenters, so we need them for hinge tightening, small awkward duct adjustments, and working up on top of door casings and other strange places.

The Bosch takes the right angle concept but, like one of their older 12V tools, adds an articulating head to the mix. The head has five locking positions, which should be enough for whatever it is you want to do. We're down with the whole articulating head idea seeing as there have been a few times when the straight-up right angle drill has been a tad limiting in a constrained space.

This fella is sold with two batteries and is going to set you back about $150-$160.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at September 21, 2011 5:04 AM
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Looks nice but that's a lot of coin....especially if the kit does not include Bosch's new 1.5ah batteries.

Posted by: Brian at September 21, 2011 5:18 PM
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