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Bosch CC2100 Clic-Change 5-Piece Screwdriver Bit Assortment with Clic-Change Chuck

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  • Quick change bit system for fast, one-handed load and release
  • Change bits without re-chucking
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Bosch CC2100 Clic-Change 5-Piece Screwdriver Bit Assortment with Clic-Change Chuck + Bosch TI18 18-Piece Titanium Twist Drill Bit Set with Plastic Case + Bosch PS31-2A 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion 3/8-Inch 2-Speed Drill/Driver Kit with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number CC2100
Product Dimensions5.3 x 4.8 x 1.1 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model numberCC2100
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description1 Year
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004R9LD
Best Sellers Rank #13,788 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 14, 2003
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Clic Change bit holder. Chuck holder 1 time for easy bit changes. Securely hold hex shank bits. Durable rubber finger grips for comfortable use. Includes 5 bits. .

From the Manufacturer

This set contains one Quick-Change chuck adapter, and four power screwdriver bits.

Customer Reviews

Surprisingly in today's world, this product does exactly what it is supposed to do.
speedgeezer
I like it because when I need to change bits you just pull the chuck up then slide your hand onto the bit and pull it off the chuck all in one easy motion.
P. BENDER
I love tools, especially when they are well made and durable - then they are worth the money one spends.
L. Decker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Walter P. Wilson on November 3, 2001
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I purchased a different kit than the one listed. Mine had the Quick-Change adapter with 7 hex shank high-speed drill bits. The drill bits are of excellent quality as is the click adapter. All you have to do to insert a bit is push it in. To remove it simply pull back on the padded collar of the adapter and the bit pops out. Unlike Sears, Dewalt, Snapy and other quick adapters that I have used you do not have to pull back on the adapter and pull the bit out at the same time. The Bosch just pops it out. What impressed me the most however was the lack of run out that the Bosh has. The wobble that is present at the driver bit or drill bit tip that anyone who has ever used any sort of quick change hex shank adapter is much less noticeable with the Bosch than any I have ever used. I am a solid surface/laminate fabricator and much of my time is spent installing counter tops and kitchen cabinets where a drill is indispensable for drilling as well as driving. I have 3 of the Bosch Quick-Change adapters one in a Makita, one in a Dewalt, and one in a Metabo cordless drill. I would not be without one of these Bosch adapters on the work site. By the way I also use a Dewalt 7.2v screwdriver which is a pleasure to use and comes with a hex shank quick adapter mounted to the drill shaft instead of a chuck and it has more run-out than these Bosch adapters.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By D. Hansen on December 12, 2007
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At the suggestion of a reader, I've upgraded my rating of this product to 4 stars. This product itself is fine and deserves 4-5 stars yet Amazon persists in suggesting you might want to bundle it with a Bosch PS20-2 -- that recommendation deserves 0 stars. The PS20-2 already has a 1/4" quick-change chuck which is the whole purpose of this device, and, and the photo shows, the device's shank is larger than 1/4" so it simply cannot be used with a PS-20. It's the proverbial square peg in the round hole... Both products are fine separately, but they will not work together.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Bob Feeser TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 23, 2004
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The Bosch clic change also has a very intuitive method of working. Inserting a new bit into it is easy. The bit goes in and in the same movement, you continue right over the bit to the head of the clic change system, seating it down and locking it. When you want to remove the bit, you pull the head outwards, and once again in a single stroke remove the bit at the same time. Leave it to Bosch to make on of the best designed systems.
The good thing about the Bosch is that it accepts 1/4" head bits from a lot of different manufacturers available locally.
I also bought the Bosch 27 piece clic change set with this one, and then discovered the wide array of 1/4" devices with the same head configuration.
All in all, the Bosch holds the bit very true and won't slip out. Yet the bits come on and off easily. Very nice unit, highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jim on November 7, 2011
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After trying a locally purchased bit holder I bought this bit holder Wera Hexagon 887/4 R Ringmagnet Rapidator, Universal Bit Holder 1/4". You may want to look at my video review of that item. This Bosch bit holder, though cheaper, is far superior. The wobble is barely noticeable. It works as good as my $35 DeWalt bit holder I've used for years. Recently the DeWalt has become cranky about releasing bits so I set out to replace it. DeWalt no longer makes it or I was unable to find anyone who sells it. This Bosch also has Wera's vaunted "one hand" bit change. Push the bit in and it latches, push (pull?) forward on the front with thumb & finger and it releases the bit for you to remove with the same fingers. It doesn't shoot it out like I read somewhere.)

The Wera bit holder was unusable for me, but Amazon was going to take 1/2 the sale price as a restocking fee. That plus shipping meant I'd get something like $4 dollars back on a $19 item to I gave it to a friend with a warning.

The Wera fits a 1/4" chuck, where the Bosch requires a 3/8" chuck. I didn't see that mentioned in the description. Don't all drill-drivers have at least three eights chucks today?

Edited to add:

It's six months and many uses later -- I like this bit holder even more.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Snowatcher on July 1, 2008
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I have 2 quick change chucks, one from Dewalt and this one from Bosch. I keep one in each of my 2 drills. They both work great, once you try it, you will not want to go back locking and unlocking chuck on your drill every time you need to change the bit. The only difference between the 2 brands, in case you are trying to compare, is that the Bosch seems to unlock the bit in a more logical way, maybe samewhat easier. However, they are both quality accessories, and once you own it, you will get used to the operation and will not notice any major difference.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard H. Wood on April 25, 2011
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Designed to work with the grooved bits design such as the 2" long bits that are shipped with it, the versions with the deep machined groove above the base of the bits. Standard 1" long bits without the groove seat too deeply in the chuck and are not fully locked in.

This is a one handed operation capable bit holder with a outer collar that is pulled forward to unlock the bit. The collar locks forward and the bit can then be removed. Per the packaging the bit holder is made in the USA. The design is almost identical to the Milwaukee short bit holder in the Milwaukee bits set but is smoother operating than the Milwaukee version.

The part that fits in the chuck is 3/8" size so will not fit smaller drill chucks.
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