|Item Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.4 x 9.7 x 4.4 inches|
|Item model number||PS21-2A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||30-Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty|
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Bosch PS21-2A 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion 2-Speed Pocket Driver Kit with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case
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- Compact and Lightweight - Shortest height and head length along with lightest weight make this tool great for overhead/tight area work.
- 2 Speeds (1st-0-350 RPM / 2nd - 0-1,300 RPM) - Up to 2X Faster driving and drilling than competition
- Universal Bit Holder - Only universal bit holder in its class which clamps on all common bits (C6+E6)
- 20+1 Clutch Settings - Perfect torque adjustments for precise screw driving
- Improved LED Light - Light to illuminate working area
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The most compact and most powerful screwdriver in its class. View larger.
With a 5.6-inch head length for optimum balance and control, the Bosch PS21-2A is ideal for working in small spaces or tight corners. And weighing only 1.8 pounds, it's also lightweight enough for repetitive work and overhead tasks.
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.
Top Customer Reviews
The longer I own this tool the more impressed I am with it. Used it the other day to hang doors and install dead bolts. There are 3" (3.Read more ›
|Length: 1:48 Mins|
At 265 pounds of torque there isn't much the average DIY'er can't tackle. With 2 batteries and a fast 30 minute charger you can keep driving, and driving, and driving. Well, you get the picture.
In my video, I put the Bosch through a very unscientific endurance test. See for yourself.
I make and design wood musical instruments as a hobby plus build furniture for the family. Consequently I use a lot of screws. Generally I use square drive screws because of the lack of cam-out, but in the video I used #2 phillips drive screws, which are more common. The Bosch is light enough to use almost continuously and not cramp up or get blisters. I was using a Craftsman 18v driver, but that thing is a beast. I was always sore. Not anymore!
The Bosch is now my go-to power driver. It's light, well balanced in the hand, and has plenty of torque for my needs. I recommend buying high quality bits for this driver (Wera or Wiha).
Well, time goes on, and this new Bosch is much improved and much better than my Milwaukee. I picked up the combo pack, because I'm setting up a new workspace and needed a new pair. So before I took these over to work, I decided to do my own direct comparo - bottom line; both the new PS41-2 and the PS21-2 significantly outperform my old Milwaukee units.
I drove 3 inch wood screws into a piece of 2x6 treated lumber - pretty typical duty for one of these. Both the Bosch and Milwaukee Impactors drove the screws with no trouble - the Bosch put the screw in about 3x as fast. I then drove the screws into a big knot - Bosch - no sweat, Milwaukee - did it, but barely. I then performed the same test with the new PS21 and the Milwaukee driver - This is where I saw the most difference between them - the PS21 drove the screws pretty effortlessly, even on high speed. The Milwaukee drove the screws very slowly, and its low speed is slower than the low speed on the Bosch.
So on both speed and power - these new Bosch's win. I didn't try to test the endurance, because that wouldn't be fair comparing the new Bosch to the old Milwaukee batteries, but I haven't had a problem with the battery capacity before for home use.
This is not surprising, I'm sure Milwaukee is going to try and up the ante again in a few months.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this from Amazon in August of 2011 to replace an older Bosch driver . It is a beast ! I've used it to service 8-11 appliances every workday for 4 1/2 years and it is... Read morePublished 6 days ago by ramjet63
after first use the charger stopped working. I am very disappointed!Published 18 days ago by Dennis Holt
it's only "okay". my first one was great, they must have changed their design and not for the betterPublished 20 days ago by Thomas W. Walsh
I've only had this tool for about a month, so I can't say how reliable it is yet. I'll report back more later.
I've owned the 10. Read more