Bosch SDS Drills are built so that concrete and other materials can be quickly broken through. With a single charge, these devices will run all day, while not sustaining harm of any sort. You can count on results and all round success with the Bosch name backing it.
The Bosch GBH 18V-26 F SDS+ Brushless Rotary Hammer Drill is our priority today. The instrument is compact, making it suitable for smaller areas. Don’t worry, the instrument will be small, but all of the power is there.
- Vibration Control: decoupled handle for low user fatigue
- LED work light: an optimum view of the work position
- Electronic Cell Protection (ECP): protects the battery against overloading, overheating and deep discharge
- Brushless EC motor.
- Compact, dust-protected, lightweight.
Bosch Cordless Rotary Hammer Features
While you can use any Bosch 18V Lithium battery on this SDS drills, you will get the biggest kick from the Bosch 18V Core battery.
Bosch built this tool to tackle the toughest jobs. The tool is compact and lightweight. This tool provides electronic motor protection to protect the motor from overheating. The tool offers three modes of operation. Drilling, Chisel, Drilling & Hammering.
The tool has a D-Handle shape design which makes it much more comfortable than a pistol grip. The rubber, textured grip helps with stability even when it gets dusty.
The large variable speed trigger is nice. Some will be able to use two fingers with this switch. We found it easy to keep a consistent speed when drilling.
The SDS chuck is tool free. Just insert your bit and when you want to remove, just pull back on the collar and you can pull out the bit.
Bosch Cordless Rotary Hammer Performance
Drilling a hole with this rotary hammer felt like I was drilling into wood. As with chipping, I didn’t feel a ton of feedback in my hands and arms. Just another reason why Bosch is one of the frontrunners in the concrete arena.
The tool is powerful and compact which makes it perfect for even tight areas. We love how little vibration you feel. We found it amazing that a tool this small can pack so much energy into it, but produce so little feedback to the user’s hands and arms.
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