|Item Weight||6.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.6 x 9.8 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||CLPK21-120|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||2|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||1 Year warranty and 30 day money back guarantee|
Bosch CLPK21-120 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Combo Kit
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- The Bosch 12-Volt max lithium ion combo kit comes with the PS40-2A impactor fastening driver and the PS20-2A pocket driver
- LED light ring on both tools to illuminate work area
- Quick change chuck on both tools ; Max mode allows pilot and other small bore holes. Reduces user fatigue and 1/4-Inch hex drive with quick release
- Ps20-2a Features 100-Inch-Pound of torque - drives 100 3-Inch screws per battery charge, forward/reverse button - equally useful at driving or removing screws and 10+1 clutch - enables precision driving and eliminates over torque in soft base materials
- PS40-2A features 60-Percent more torque than 18-Volt drill and driver - 800-Inch/Pound of max torque, bosch designed hammer and anvil system - delivers 1,800 RPM and 3,000 BPM, spring-loaded impact mechanism
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The product was delivered in about 5 days and the impact Driver drove 2 & ½ inch screws into Oak posts, with minimum effort, that my 18 volt drill failed to drive. The Pocket Driver has an adjustable low torque clutch which makes it easy to drive small delicate screws and bolts.
The Bosch 12 volt battery appears to be identical to the Bosch 10.8 volt battery and has the same identifying number. I successfully charged my 12 volt battery with my son's 10.8 volt Bosch charger.
The Impact Driver runs fast enough to quickly drill holes, however the impact feature causes the drill bit to stall, therefore it does not drill as well as a conventional drill. The Pocket Driver runs too slow to quickly drill holes if productivity is important.
Both the Impact Driver and Pocket Driver are well built and drive screws and bolts extremely well.
Updated review: Bosch CLPK21-120 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Combo Kit
I am a retired engineer from the National Defense and Telecommunications industry always searching for the perfect tool. I perform a product selection study before every major purchase to identify the best cost item. After evaluating all battery operated impact drivers on the market, The Bosch Impact Driver is probably the best tool in its class.
Since my review of the PS-40-2A Impact Driver I drove more than 50 screws rebuilding a privacy fence and more than 500 screws hanging cement board and drywall while remodeling my master bath. I also performed extensive repairs to my automobiles and lawnmower.Read more ›
About the impact driver, My construction friends have been telling me for a long time that I need to get an impact driver because it turns in philips-head screws so much more efficiently. After the millionth time of stripping out the screw head or the philips bit, I relented and finally got the driver I've been drooling over. I work with security systems, so I am up and down ladders a lot and sometimes work in tight places. After having it out on several jobs I don't understand why I didn't get one sooner. It's true, it doesn't strip out the heads or the bits. The screw just goes in with no hassle. This tool runs smooth and quiet, and is MUCH lighter than my 18v NiCad drill, (so my pants don't fall off when the drill is hanging from my belt). Oh, and did I say it has a light for working in dark places? Bottom line... I love it!
I'm hooked on Bosch tools and plan to eventually get the drill with the regular chuck (PS30-2A). I also have an indispensable angle driver, PS10-2A, which I also bought from Amazon last year.
The king of this combo is the PS40, couple this driver with the Bosch CC2130 1/4 quick change kit and you have a fantastic light weight tool at your disposal. I purchased this set to replace the daily use of my DeWalt 18vtools they are awfully heavy to be dragging around all day when a small 12v tool will accomplish 99% of my daily task at work. Now this combo WILL NOT be an adequate substitute for 18v as they are faster, stronger and last longer. This combo will take the place of small task that an 18v drill/driver is complete overkill for. This set fits nicely into my tool bag without the extra weight, or space consumption of my 18v tools. The PS20 is also a great tool, the only time I see it necessary is for when I need to set the torque clutch specifically (ie cranking down electrical face plates without cracking them), other then that the ps40 gets all the use. Even when it comes to drilling I much prefer the ps40
To address the noise concern that others have mentioned in the individual tool reviews, the impact is by no means loud, nor are ear plugs even remotely needed.The impactor is slightly louder then your normal drill but it's performance more then makes up for it. These tools are super easy and simple to use, even my wife was able to easily driver in a 3" screw in an unpiloted hole using both tools without stripping the screws.Read more ›
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