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This item: 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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Two speeds and a 3/8-inch chuck accommodate 90 percent of common applications. View larger .
Compact design ideal for working overhead and in tight spaces. View larger .
Two Speeds with 20+1 Torque Adjustment
Versatile and easy to handle, the drill/driver has a 3/8-inch sleeveless chuck that will accommodate 90-percent of common applications. With 265 inches-per-pounds of torque, two speeds (0-350 RPM and 0-1,300 RPM), and 20+1 torque settings, you can make precise torque adjustments for accurate screwdriving and drilling. Enjoy the ability to use the soft grip of the tool so that you can optimize your grip while drilling.
LED Light for Improved Visibility
With this small drill/driver you can work anywhere, anytime. An integrated LED illuminates dark corners and low-light areas so your visibility is never compromised. In addition to providing illumination, this drill driver is also trademarked with Bosch's Electronic Cell Protection (EPC), which extends the run time and life of the tool.
The fuel gauge is conveniently located on the side of the tool for easy battery management. Bosch has invented a drill/driver that is 22-percent more compact, has 25-percent more torque, and can perform at speeds up to 15-percent faster than ever before.
Bigger Power, Smaller Package
The PS31-2A drill/driver is 22-percent more compact, has 25-percent more max torque, and is 15-percent faster. With the fuel gauge located on the side of the tool, you will easily be able to monitor the life of the tool. The first gear RPM ranges from 0 to 350. The second gear of RPM ranges from 0 to 1,300. The max torque is 265-inches-per-pounds. This tool measures 7-inches in length and weighs 2.14-pounds.
The Bosch 12-volt max drill/driver is backed by Bosch's ProVantage warranty. The first year is a tool replacement guarantee, and the second and third year include the free tool repair pledge. The tool will be under warranty for three years and the batteries for two years.
What's in the Box
The PS31-2A includes one drill/driver, two batteries, a charger, and carrying case.
I bought two drill/drivers around the same time several years ago, one for work one for home. The Bosch I bought for work is still working great but the one I bought for home will... Read morePublished 2 days ago by jrwatsio
Ever since I purchased it, I've done a great deal of house modifications with this driver.
It's pretty tough, but can perfectly work with precise stuff, offering very low... Read more
This is the third Bosch 12-Volt I've had. The previous model was repaired twice for the chuck problem: drivers would simply fall out. Read morePublished 15 days ago by english44
Does everything I expected. Very well constructed. Cannot get a better drill for the price.Published 17 days ago by Rusty
Received as ordered, nice little drill for light duty stuff around the house, if your going to use it on heavy applications such as building a deck or something of that nature it's... Read morePublished 18 days ago by confidant
Bosch Quality. Small, with the power you would expect from a 12v system. If you are used to a 18v, full sized drill motor, it will seem a little anemic. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Frank Farley