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Bosch Green Home & Garden 3.6V Li-ion Cordless Screwdriver with 12x standard screwdriver bits, micro USB charger 603977070
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Bosch Green Home & Garden 3.6V Li-ion Cordless Screwdriver with 12x standard screwdriver bits, micro USB charger 603977070

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Product details

Product information

  • Maximum screw diameter of 5mm
  • Chuck size: 5 mm
  • 210 rpm no load speed

Features and benefits

  • Soft grip for a better and more comfortable hold
  • Automatic spindle lock for manual tightening or loosening of screws
  • Intuitive and easy to operate
  • No memory effect, no self discharge: Always ready for use thanks to lithium-ion technology
  • The cylinder has bit to suit almost every type of screw
  • 3 years warranty with my Bosch

Specifications

Batteries includedBatteries included
Amp rating1.5Ah
Battery typeLi-ion
Battery chargerBattery charger included
Charge time4 hours
No load speed210 rpm
Brush typeBrushless
Locking deviceAutomatic spindle lock
Switch typeSlide switch
Handle typeSoft grip handle
Voltage3.6V
Product code4053423207262

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3.33 / 5(3 reviews)

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MrG12345 - 2 months ago

Typical Bosch quality. Easy to use. Nice easy access to different screw heads.

Not worth it

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Alex2539 - 3 months ago

I brought this to help built some units, charged this up 3 times and only lasted about 10 screws each time.

Build fault

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ba3 - 7 months ago

This is a great screwdriver the only problem I found was when you pull the trigger your hand catches the reverse switch a d puts it in reverse this switch is in the wrong place