Bosch DDB181-02 18-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2-Inch Compact Tough Drill/Driver Kit with 2 Batteries, Charger and Contractor Bag w/ Compact Laser Measure and 47-pc Bit Set

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Bosch DDB181-02 18-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2-Inch Compact Tough Drill/Driver Kit with 2 Batteries, Charger and Contractor Bag w/ Compact Laser Measure and 47-pc Bit Set

Bosch DDB181-02 18-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2-Inch Compact Tough Drill/Driver Kit with 2 Batteries, Charger and Contractor Bag w/ Compact Laser Measure and 47-pc Bit Set

  • Most Compact 18-Volt Drill/Driver allows for optimal handling in tight spaces
  • Lightest weight 18-Volt Drill Driver: for less fatigue during daily usage
  • High Torque and Speed: 350 in lbs of torque for powerful fastening and 1300 RPM for fast drilling
  • Simple one-button operation – press button once to begin measuring
  • Smart and convenient size and shape – easily portable and will rest on any flat surface
  • Fits comfortably in hand and easily in pocket
  • Set includes 47 pieces, featuring insert bits, power bits, magnetic nutsetters and a finder driver
  • Made of the highest quality S2 tool steel for durability
  • Ideal for almost all driving and fastening applications

List Price: $ 185.87

Price: $ 185.87

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  1. 78 of 80 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Great value, but a few things you should know., October 22, 2015
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    Wisconsin Gardener (Madison, WI) -
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    Initial impressions. Will update later as required. I have owned a Bosch 18 volt drill/driver for a few years. It has been awesome. I also have a Bosch 18 volt, handheld vacuum, and a reciprocating saw. Figured I needed some more batteries. A fat pack would have been nice, but this was too good to pass up. Two more slim packs, another drill/driver and charger, essentially; for free. I had asked the question of the people; "have they improved the chuck?" The chuck is not great on the older one. The response was, paraphrasing: "seems fine to me". It would appear to me as well, that the chuck is MUCH improved. This is a great drill. Not sure why everyone doesn't do this, but having the light down on the base works great! No shadows as others have pointed out. Seriously, others... a light on the body behind the chuck is useless. A few observations though. This is even more compact than the older version. I don't have the specs on the old one, but if will be interesting to see if as powerful (the old one is a beast, given the size). The motor is much smaller. Second, the two batteries are 1.5 amp, with no fuel gauge. They have no label that my old eyes can read, maybe 611's? My old one also has 1.5 amp BAT610Gs, with fuel gauge. I think the more expensive, newer versions come with 2.0 amp batteries. Still a good deal. But know what you're getting. Pic is of the old (left) next to the new.
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    Wisconsin Gardener2017-07-19 07:37 Reply
  2. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE my little drill!, September 3, 2016
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    xkydivr (GA) -
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    I have been using a very heavy porter cable drill, with 14v battery, for years until the last battery finally died. If you know anything about battery operated tools you know a new battery usually costs more than a new tool. When I started looking for a new drill it had to meet a few criteria:

    1) It had to be lightweight. I’m tired of having my hands twisted off at the wrist.
    2) It had to have two batteries. No waiting for a battery to charge and an included battery is cheaper than buying a separate battery.
    3) It had to be Bosch. I learned long ago “You buy a good tool once. You buy a cheap tool twice.” I own a few Dewalt and Porter Cable tools but Bosch has always been my favorite when I could afford it.

    The DDB181-02 is perfect for my use. I can’t believe how light-weight it is! I don’t have to hold it with both hands to keep it from getting away from me. The rubber-coated grip fits my wimpy little hand easily. I can remove and replace the battery without help. It is compatible with all 18v Bosch Lithium batteries. The two-speed transmission is easy to operate. Attaching the bits is a snap. One double-ended Phillips bit included. There is an LED work light. How cool is that? You get the BC660 charging battery pack. It has one light; blinking for fast charging, steady for charged.

    The soft-sided case is fine for my use. It has a Velcro strap to hold the drill and a mesh pouch to hold instructions etc. There is a belt clip included which can be attached on either side of the drill, for right or left hand.

    Bosch makes an almost identical model,DDB182-02 I think, which is brush- less but I think that might be over-kill for a DIY’r.

    Made in Malaysia. One year warranty.
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    xkydivr2017-07-19 08:27 Reply
  3. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars I like the charging station better than all others, December 8, 2015
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    I was afraid Bosch was going down hill and making everything with China quality. While partly true, this drill seems to do well for us. I like the charging station better than all others. So far, so good.
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    JoeyGoSki2017-07-19 08:43 Reply