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This item: Bosch PS21-2A 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion 2-Speed Pocket Driver Kit with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case
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PS21-2A Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom:12.5 -Overall Width - Side to Side:4.25 -Overall Depth - Front to Back:9.75 -Overall Product Weight:19
At just 1.8 pounds, the Bosch PS21-2A 12-Volt Max Two-Speed Pocket Driver offers twice the torque of the competition, making it tough enough for heavy-duty jobs. A variety of speed options and clutch settings allow for precise drilling and driving in wood, soft- to medium-bodied metal, and more. Additionally, the PS21-2A's low-profile design makes it ideal for work in tight spaces.
The most compact and most powerful screwdriver in its class. View larger.
A soft grip adds comfort and control to this lightweight pocket driver, reducing operator fatigue and making it easier to work for longer periods of time. For further ease of use, a bright LED illuminates dark areas.
Twice the Torque of the Competition
The Bosch PS21-2A supplies up to 265 inch-pounds of torque--that's twice as much torque as the competition--so you can drill through wood and 22-gauge metal or fasten and drive nuts, bolts, and screws.
Adjustable Clutch for Diverse Applications
The PS21-2A easily switches between a low gear of 0 - 350 RPM and a high gear of 0 - 1,300 RPM. The low gear is ideal for driving screws and drilling in heavy-duty materials, while the high gear provides faster speeds for lighter drilling work. Twenty additional clutch settings allow for secondary adjustments, so you'll always have the right torque for the job.
Variable-Speed Trigger Increases Control
The Bosch PS21-2A is equipped with a variable-speed trigger that helps you ease into the desired speed, giving you optimum control for drilling and driving. By starting slow, you can keep the bit from wandering; increasing the speed will help the drill bit or screw engage firmly with the material.
The Bosch PS21-2A comes with the ProVantage three-year tool protection plan, which guarantees two years of free battery replacements and three years of tool protection. The plan allows tool replacement for one year and free tool repair for the second and third years.
What's in the Box
Bosch PS21-2A 12-Volt Max Two-Speed Pocket Driver, two lithium-ion 12-volt Max batteries, 30-minute charger, and carrying case.
Weighing only 1.8 pounds, the PS21-2A is ideal for overhead work.
265 inch-pounds of max torque let you drive through mild metal and wood.
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perfect mobile tools, size of the drill is good, battery last for a long time.Published 24 days ago by GioG
I Bought this just for a little impact in the tool bag for doin boxes and outlets, use it a lot more then I thought I would. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sean Thompson
It's a great tool, love that it comes with a case, two batteries, and a charger. The only thing that I really dislike is that even with 265 in-lbs of torque, for some reason, it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Goretti Cervera
Lasted less than a year. Just stopped working. I think the motor went dead. Will never buy a refurbished unit again.Published 1 month ago by Daniel Mc Kinzie
I've been quite happy with this being my very first Bosch power tool, lightweight, decent power but couldn't believe how quickly it died. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stioc