|Item Weight||3.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 16.4 x 13.5 inches|
|Item model number||PSJ120M|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Bosch PSJ120M 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Softshell Heated Jacket
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- Three Quick Warming Core Heat Zones: Two chest zones and one back zone start warming in a matter of minutes
- Three Level Heat Controller: High (Red), Medium (Green) and Low (Blue) heat options for quick warm up and maximum comfort
- Up to 6 Hours Heated Runtime On Low: Maximum runtime with Bosch 12V max 2.0-Ah battery, doubles with 4.0-Ah battery (11+)
- Water & Wind Resistant High Quality Jacket w/Reflective Features: Jobsite ready design for warmth and flexibility
- Adjustable fitting for maximum comfort and warmth: High collar, adjustable sleeves and waist
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The Bosch PSJ120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Soft-shell Heated Jacket
The PSJ120 12-volt max heated jacket is a high quality rain and wind resistant work jacket powered by the Bosch 12-bolt max power tool battery system. Featuring three simple push-button heat settings—high, medium and low—the PSJ120 starts warming quickly and is a perfect jobsite solution for the cold weather. Five (5) pockets, including a cell phone, large document, battery holster/controller, and two hand pockets, make storage on the go quick and easy. With the included BHB120 and a Bosch 12-volt max battery (purchased separately), you can power most USB port compatible personal electronics, such as cell phones, at the same time. During the warm months, the BHB120 offers a convenient belt clip for use without your jacket simply as a power boost or back-up, anytime and anywhere with a Bosch 12-volt max battery.
Two front heating zones heat up in minutes.view larger
The three level heat controller lights up showing high (red), medium (green), and low (blue) heat options for maximum comfort.
Bosch’s 12-volt heated jacket is wind and water resistant. Its outer shell is designed to provide warmth in rough jobsite conditions and flexibility with adjustable sleeves and a fitted waist. There are five large convenient pockets: two hand pockets, one cell phone chest pocket, one large document pocket, and one battery (BHB120) holster/controller storage pocket. Power electronic devices with the USB battery backup power access on the battery.
Quick Warming Heat Zones
It is designed with three quick warming core heat zones composed of two chest zones and one back zone. The zones start warming in a matter of minutes to keep you warm quickly.
Up to Six Hours Heated Runtime
This jacket provides up to six hours of heated runtime on low with the Bosch 12-volt max 2.0Ah battery and increases the runtime with a 4.0Ah battery.
Charge electronic devices with USB port.
What's in the Box
(1) Bosch PSJ120 12-volt max lithium-ion softshell heated jacket
(1) BHB120 battery holster/controller
At a Glance:
- Bosch 12-volt max heated jacket with three quick warming core heat zones
- Five large convenient pockets
- Cell phone charging ability
- Up to six hours heated runtime on low
- Three level heat controller indicating three different temperature levels
Top Customer Reviews
General: The biggest obvious difference between the jackets is the placement of the battery. The Milwaukee stores its battery in a small pocket along the back-left side of the jacket. This does take a bit getting used to and you're always going to feel it while sitting down (some chairs more than others), but it's not bad. I found myself getting used to it after a few days and it hasn't been an issue. The Bosch on the other hand keeps the battery in an inside left pocket, which actually does feel more natural. In all honesty, there's nothing to be said about it...It feels exactly as it sounds (as if there's a substantial round battery pack in your pocket).
Style: Without a doubt, the Bosch is a better looking jacket for casual use. While the Milwaukee is by no means bad looking, it screams utility, while the accents on the Bosch really make it look more of an everyday jacket.Read more ›
This is a lightweight, durable and modern/sleek looking jacket (similar look to Marmot or Northface Windstopper-types), that fits true to size, and is very comfortable to wear. It has a lightly padded feeling, but doesn't feel puffy. Without the heating element, you might wear a jacket like this on a brisk 55-60 degree morning, for instance. It has 3 zippered pockets on the outside and two pockets on the inside (one mesh, and one zippered for the battery pack). There are white reflective strips (not tacky or shiny- just lightly reflective in dim light) on the front (as shown in pic), back and along the forearms. The Bosch name (powertools) would make you think this was maybe for industrial worksites- but, it's not THAT rugged- it would probably rip if you tried to actually do physical labor for any period of time in it. However, hubby says it's great for walking to his morning coffee (cool coastal town).
The 12v lithium-ion battery is not included, but the battery holster/holder is included (about 4.5" long/ 1.5" diameter holding battery). The holster can be worn on your belt or zipped into the inner jacket pocket, where the jacket's power cord originates. The holster also has a usb cable plug for other devices that use usb. You can thread a power cord from the inside of two of the outer zippered pockets to the inner battery pocket, so you don't have to open the jacket or have cords hanging off you.
You can also pretend you're a character on Star Trek, to activate the heat, as the switch is a flat, finger-sized emblem on the left breast, that you press to toggle between high heat (glows red), medium heat (glows green), low heat (glows blue), and off.Read more ›
Size: ordered a medium for her even though she normally wears women's small tops. She likes this size as the sleeves are slightly long (just past her thumb) which she prefers and the body cavity section allows her to wear sweaters or sweatshirts underneath to add to the thermal experience for her.
Price: paid $172. Yes, the Milwaukee version was way less expensive at $99 but I don't believe in Milwaukee's battery tech. Therefore, the price was okay because I needed this thing to work. And work it does.
Quality: aside from the fact that the coat heats up, the quality of the coat is very high. I compare it to my son's Descente ski jacket which is a high-end jacket that is very similar to the Bosch jacket in its stitching, zipper, materials and look. Note that the Descente coat was much more expensive than this garment even though I got it off a clearance rack at a local ski shop--off season! In other words, the Bosch jacket could easily retail for the same price I paid for it even if it wasn't heated.
Reliability/operation: it works just fine. The battery life is as advertised but take that with a grain of salt because my wife runs her coat on the high setting ALL THE TIME. She is getting between 3 and 4 hours of battery life at that setting.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it, it takes the chill of cold days and the battery works on my PS41 Impact Driver as well.Published 5 months ago by Seetdeer
This is my first Amazon review I have written after 5 years of purchasing. This one has angered me so it deserved me writing a review. I read the reviews and still bought it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shawn
Got it for my girlfriend who is always cold, worked twice then stopped, and it wasn't anything that could be fixed from getting a new battery or cord, when turning the jacket on it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cory Fecht
THE BAD: Zipper on the wrong side makes this thing feel weird to close up. The collar doesn't stay down, so it can be annoying as it pokes you in the chin and jaw. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Pip Boy