|Item Weight||2.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||18.5 x 14.4 x 6.2 inches|
|Item model number||IDH182-02L|
|Style||Two Battery (2.0Ah) Kit with L-BOXX|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
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Bosch IDH182-02L 18-volt Brushless Socket Ready Impact Driver with 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger and L-Boxx-2
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- Socket-Ready Chuck: All-in-one Impact Driver and Impact Wrench with a 1/4-Inch Quick-change Hex and 1/2-Inch Square Drive chuck for sockets
- Brushless Motor: Up to 2X the motor life, superior efficiency for longer runtime and no maintenance
- Advanced Electronics: Electronic Motor and Cell Protection help prevent overheating and overloading for extended tool life and runtime
- Performance Control System: Select between 3 speed and torque settings to maximize power or minimize fastener damage
- Superior Ergonomics: Smallest grip diameter for best in class ergonomics and comfort
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|Voltage||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts|
|Battery Cell Composition||lithium ion||lithium ion||lithium ion||lithium ion|
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|Dimensions||6.2 inches x 18.5 inches x 14.4 inches||11 inches x 14 inches x 3.5 inches||6.2 inches x 18.5 inches x 14.4 inches||6 inches x 17.5 inches x 14 inches|
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Bosch IDH182-02L 18-Volt Brushless Socket Ready Impact Driver
The Bosch IDH182-02L 18-Volt Brushless 1/4-inch and 1/2-inch Socket-Ready Impact Driver helps users get the job done, with Bosch's Socket-Ready adapter to toggle from 1/4-inch hex and 1/2-inch square drive. With three speed and torque settings powered by a hassle-free EC brushless motor, this impact driver provides the professional trades with power, versatility and endurance.
(1) 18-Volt Socket Ready Impact Driver, (2) 18-Volt Lithium-Ion SlimPack Batteries, (1) Double-Ended Impact Bit, (1) Belt Clip, (1) L-BOXX-2 Storage Case, (2) Exact Fit Insert Trays
- Drive Size: 1/4-Inch Hex + 1/2-Inch Square Drive
- Maximum RPM - No Load: 2,800
- Maximum Torque: 1,650 in-lbs
- Net Tool Weight: 3.75 lbs.
Adapt with Socket-Ready Ease
The Bosch IDH182-02L Socket-Ready impact driver provides the operator with the best in adaptability – and eliminates the hassle of broken socket adapters. Quickly and seamlessly switch from a 1/4-inch quick change hex and a 1/2-inch square drive chuck for sockets, for two tools in one package. This driver also sports a quick change chuck for additional convenience.
The Bosch IDH182-02L is equipped with Bosch's next generation EC Brushless motor, which delivers unmatched efficiency. This translates into a longer motor life (up to twice as long) and outstanding runtime. Users can get more done, during the work day and over the life of the tool. The motor also requires no maintenance. It also has intelligent electronic cell and motor protection to help prevent overheating and overloading.
Hammer and Anvil System
The Bosch-built hammer and anvil system delivers maximum impact endurance and increased tool performance in wood and metal fastening applications. To complete tougher applications with maximum efficiency, the Bosch IDH182 delivers 1,650 in.-lbs. of torque, making it the most powerful impact driver in its class. Adjust tool speed and torque with a push of a button to maximize power or minimize fastener damage with the Bosch Performance Control System. It includes a variable speed trigger for even more control.
Bosch Flexible Power System
The Bosch Flexible Power System is one of the most versatile lithium-ion powered battery platforms available. This system offers complete compatibility by allowing any 18-Volt SlimPack or FatPack to be used with any tool. In addition, all 18-Volt batteries include CoolPack technology, which offers a heat conductive housing to keep batteries cooler for superior run time and up to 2X longer life. All batteries have incorporated Electronic Cell Protection that helps prevent overheating and overloading for extended tool life and runtime. Bosch 18-Volt batteries also provide cold weather performance that will work down to -4 degrees F and incorporate a battery fuel gauge.
Top Customer Reviews
If you compare the two drivers, you should buy this. Here's why:
1. More torque. 1650 in-lbs vs 1350 in-lbs. The older tool promotes the lower torque as a benefit...it won't snap small screws as easily, but come on...neither would something powered by a couple of D-cells.
2. Electronic speed control. The IDH 182 has three variable speed ranges, selected by a button on the base. The IDH has one speed range.
3. Light switch. It's a minor thing, but the IDH has a on-off switch for the LEDs. The IDS's turn on when you pull on the trigger. That's better than not having them at all, but you really need the light when you can't easily see what you're doing and trying to get the tip of the driver into the screw slot. A switch makes more sense.
4. 1/2" square shaft. You can always use a 1/4" hex -> 1/2" adapter (or a 1/4" -> 3/8"" adapter, for that matter) in the IDS, but it just isn't the same. A direct 1/2" drive is much more reliable.
Any negatives? Just a couple...
1. Cost. The IDH is more expensive. If you rarely need to use a 1/2" socket, the IDS with an adapter works fine. And right now, if you already have some 18v Bosch batteries, the battery-less version is an absolute bargain. (Bosch Bare-Tool IDS181BL 18-volt Lithium-Ion Compact Tough 1/4-Inch Hex Impact Driver with L-BOXX-2 and Exact-Fit Insert Tray)
2. The 1/2" shaft lacks the ball that fits into the detent in the socket.Read more ›
The "hybrid" or "dual use" chuck is one heck of a great feature, whomever at Bosch thought of it; good on you (or them). Now, to be clear this tool is NOT an impact wrench, it doesn't have the torque to bust loose lug nuts or tighten structural bolts. However, eliminating the need for an adapter is great, and this tool has no problem driving lag screws up to 1/2" diameter even without a pilot hole. I always drill a pilot hole to prevent splitting of the wood, but tested this tool with and without one. Without a pilot hole took longer of course and the tool had a little more trouble, but still I was able to drive 1/2"x3" lag screws into fir.
I also tested this tool on alder, a soft hardwood and it had zero problem driving in deck screws (#9x3.5" w/ type 17 point). It drove standard drywall screws of various lengths as well without issue. Without and with pilot holes. I tested the power by tightening a grade 2, 5/16" bolt against a piece of steel with a nut and kept going until the head sheared off. So, for me, this has enough power for the jobs I'll use it for.
What else is great about it? The lights can be turned off via a switch at the base and the power can be varied there as well. The 3 settings allow you to match the power and speed to the job at hand. The belt clip is great and a handy necessity. The fact that it has a brushless motor means more power, better efficiency, longer life, and no maintenance.Read more ›
I confess though, this this is really great. I'll mostly use it for driving screws in my workshop and it will allow me to have my two drills set up for drilling pilot holes and countersinking, which I do often. Despite being an 18v class driver, this tool is quite light, short-nosed and maneuverable. It can get in tighter spots than the little Bosch 12v lithium drill I use most of the time, which is about half the size of one of the older style 18 volt drills.
I'm a fan of the L-Boxxes already and use them for carrying fasteners, nailers, and the of course a couple of Bosch tools. There's a lot of extra room in the Lboxx the driver comes in. If you wanted to carry 1/2" sockets I suppose a good size set could fit in there too. I should note that I am a woodworker of the most serious class of craftsmen and when I am working out of a truck I want to get in and out as quickly and neatly as possible. Stacking storage boxes help with that. I like the L-Boxxes with some reservations in relation to the similar Tanos/Festool Systainers because the L-Boxxes are both larger and cheaper. Overall, Bosch offers more tool for your dollars than Festool, except where Festool has one of its many superior patent positions.
I have held off on investing in Lithium-ion tools. At this point, I'll have to say that this latest brushless iteration from Bosch is a mature technology and if you're looking for an 18v lithium platform to commit to, this one is impressive.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Strong! Easily removes wheel lugs, and with the big batteries, runs decking screws all day. Bosch is the best.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great product! Was rebuilding my deck and needed a drill to remove over 200 screws. Then we installed a composite decking and inserted over 1000 screws. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew Zimmerman
Light and relatively compact for an 18v tool. Grip is comfortable and narrow enough to be a good pistol grip, not too large like my Hilti 14.4v hammer drill. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tom Lin
Just love this product. Works great and you can select how much power it delivery.Published 3 months ago by Renan M.
Strong enough to remove lug nuts torqued to 100 ft/lbs without breaking them loose first. I think the case is not worth having because I leave the Driver and Charger out on a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I own a lot of Bosch batteries and tools and like them all, but this is by far the best. With the BAT621 5. Read morePublished 3 months ago by mark smith