|Item Weight||4.54 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||12.6 x 9.6 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||CLPK27-120|
|Batteries||12 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||8|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited manufacturer warranty|
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Bosch CLPK27-120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion 2-Tool Combo Kit (Drill/Driver and Impact Driver) with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case
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- PS41: high-torque 930 inch-pounds with pocket-sized body
- PS41 can cover 80% of standard-size impact driver applications
- PS21: 265 inch-pounds of max torque
- Compact and lightweight with enough power to take on professional applications
- Both tools feature variable-speed triggers for complete control
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Bosch CLPK27-120 12-Volt 2-Tool Combo Kit
The Bosch CLPK27-120 features the next generation PS21 12-Volt max 2-speed pocket driver and the PS41 12-Volt max impact driver. Both tools are compact with the shortest head length and height on the market and are small enough to fit into tight areas and corners. These well-balanced tools are lightweight and ideal for continuous overhead work. They also feature a new and improved three-LED light ring that focuses more light on your working area.
(1) PS21 2-Speed Pocket Driver, (1) PS41 Impact Driver, (2) 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Batteries, (1) Charger, (2) Bits, (1) Jobsite Bag
- Voltage: 12-Volts
- PS21 RPM: 0-1,300
- PS21 Torque: 265 in-lbs
- PS41 RPM: 2,600
- PS41 Torque: 930 in-lbs
Compact Size, Big Power
The PS21 supplies up to 265 in/lbs of torque – that's twice as much torque as the nearest competitor – so users can drill through wood, 22-gauge metal, plus quickly fasten or drive nuts, bolts, and screws.
Control the Job
With a 5.6-inch head length and weight of only 1.8 lbs, the Bosch PS21 has optimized balance and control and is ideal for working in small spaces and overhead. It’s easy to switch between a low gear of up to 350 RPM to a high gear of up to 1,300 RPM with 20 clutch settings to ensure ideal torque settings for the application. The Bosch PS21 is equipped with a variable-speed trigger that helps users ease into the desired speed for optimum control in drilling and driving.
Small Size With a Big Impact
The Bosch PS41 12V Max 1/4-inch Hex Impact Driver features a compact build with a head length of 5.4 inches, making it ideal for fitting tight areas and narrow corners. Weighing in at 2 pounds, the PS41 is well-suited for continuous overhead work.
All the Features You Need
As powerful as it is compact, the Bosch PS41 Impact Driver packs a punch with high torque at 930 in/lbs. That power covers up to 80 percent of impact driving applications. The impact driver offers 2,600 RPM and a variable-speed trigger for complete control. An easy-to-read fuel gauge and a three-LED light ring for use in low-light conditions, make this impact driver user friendly. An ergonomic soft handle provides extended comfort and control, while bumpers on the side of the tool protect the work surface and prevent hand slipping.
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|Battery Type||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion|
|Included Components||case||case||case||case||2-Speed 3/8-Inch Driver-Drill, 2 - 12V Max Lithium Ion Batteries, Rapid Charger, Tool Case||—|
|Item Dimensions||—||12.75 x 9.75 x 4.25 in||12.75 x 13 x 3.75 in||12.35 x 9.75 x 4 in||8 x 11 x 11 in||18.8 x 10.8 x 8.4 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.99 lbs||6.5 lbs||—||8.41 lbs||11.2 lbs|
|Number of Pieces||8||4||2||5||3||8|
|Voltage||12 volts||12 volts||12 volts||12 volts||12 volts||18 volts|
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The basic drill-driver is a handy size and is designed well for tasks involved in installing and removing screws and other fastners. While there are drill bits that fit this kind of driver, it does not have a proper drill chuck and thus cannot be expected to hold them perfectly straight for pinpointing where you want to drill a hole; moreover, adding a chuck won't help for the same reason. The whole reason for not having a chuck is to speed the process of changing driver bits, and that's where it excels.
The adjustable speed, ease of changing direction, and highly adjustable clutch are all perfect for my needs. The small, long-lasting and fast-charging battery is quite useful for me. The magnetic holder for driver bits of all types works well for my purposes. The compact size gets into all kinds of small places. I love it!
Five stars on the PS21.
I had originally planned to get just the PS21, but the combination with the PS40 was a good value, and although I was not sure I needed an impact driver, reading up on it, it sounded like a good idea, and a tool I would grow into. The advantage of an extra battery of the same size, using the same charger, seemed good.
I really like the drill driver for quickly driving long screws into wood with less effort. I will be using this tool a lot for construction projects.
BUT BEWARE! DON'T USE SHORT BITS WITHOUT A BIT HOLDER IN PS41
I do have one complaint, which is that the driver bit attachment is significantly different from the PS21, and is not well described in the instructions, and this caused me a big problem.
The instructions say the following: "The Bosch model PS41 Cordless Impact Driver has a collet that accepts only standard 1/4" hexagonal shank accessories with power groove." Well, ALL of my driver bits are standard 1/4" hexagonal shank, but I didn't know what a power groove was (isn't that something in a Michael Jackson tune?), and they offered no explanation. I looked closely at the bit I wanted to use, and it had little grooves in it, so I used it. All went well until I tried to remove it: it was jammed tight.
If you look at a two inch screwdriver bit, just above the hexagonal shank there is a substantial indentation that goes all around the bit. THAT is what they mean by the "power groove". What I tried to use was a one-inch bit, and those bits NEVER have a power groove. To use a one-inch bit, you MUST use a bit holder with a power groove - or you will have a devil of a time getting that one-inch bit out again.
Do I feel stupid? Sure. But hey, I'm an amateur, not a pro: there's nobody around to explain this to me, and the instructions COULD have had an extra sentence like "WARNING: Do NOT use one-inch bits directly in this tool without a bit holder or it will become jammed and difficult to remove, potentially voiding your warranty." and a little picture of the one inch bit with a circle and a line through it. I notice some people complain about getting reconditioned tools - I bet these are returns from people who jammed the PS41 and just returned it that way.
Now then: if you make this mistake and call customer service, like I did, they may tell you to try tweezers or long-nose pliers to pull on the bit while pulling down on the collet. No way. Try this: get some narrow-nose vice grips. Clamp down on the bit just as tight as you can, releasing, retightening the screw, try again until you can't clamp any more, back off and clamp. Now put the vice grips in a vice, or clamp them to your bench somehow. Then while pulling down the collet, pull the drill for all you're worth. After a few tries, it worked, and no damage to the tool (OR the bit).
And now I own a magnetic bit holder plus a variety of bits that don't need it. And you will too, if you read this warning.
By the way: this warning ONLY applies to the PS41. The PS21 works FINE with short bits.
PS41 gets four stars because it needs better instructions or a more versatile collet.
These are great tools that suit my purposes well. I rate the PS21 five stars by itself. Because I wasted so much time getting the PS41 unjammed, and it would be so avoidable with better instructions or design, I rate four stars overall.
*If you have a smaller frame/hand, these won't get away from you...good if you are at the top of a ladder juggling several things at once.
*Easy to change bits with one hand...collet.
*They fit into tight spots and a smaller sized tool belt with the short nose and compact size.
*The compact size makes it easier to hit and stay on your target.
*Very cool to have one set up for drilling and the other for driving so you don't have to switch bits.
*They won't tire out your hand/arm...sturdy and solid but not too heavy.
*Very smooth acceleration so you won't accidentally strip or bore out a screw or be startled when it finally takes off.
*Ladies should never, never buy tools that come in pretty colors. Buy the best tool you can handle. You need tools that do the work for you to compensate for a smaller frame and (probably) less strength than a guy. Even if you only hang towel rods and assemble flat pack furniture...
Additionally, anyone who is not a pro should read up on drill bits. The driver takes a hex shank bit. I have a drawer full of drill bits I have collected over the years and needed to purchase the proper bits for this drill/driver. I'm not the best person to go into a lengthy discussion here but either read up online or go to the hardware store to ask some questions.
All that said, I am very happy with this Bosch set.
The first ones lasted about 4 years but they failed because of me. The impact got knocked off a ladder and feel 8' to the floor and it would not rotate any longer just impact. The drill got knocked off some duct work in the ceiling and fell 15' to the floor.... very bad week. They both worked great until they fell.
Both old batteries I still use with the new drill/impact and work as well as the day I bought the first drills.
My only complaint is the drill and impact feel slightly under powered. A lot of my co-workers use Milwaukee 12 volt drills and they feel like they have a little more power. If I didn't already have 4 batteries before I might have looked into switching to Milwaukee instead. I not bad mouthing, the Bosch drills are smaller then Milwaukee and fit into your pocket better plus they have worked great for years until I broke them.