Bosch 18V Compact Tough 1/2" Drill/Driver w/ 2x Batteries, 4-Pole Open Frame Motor, Durashield Housing, & LED - Refurbished

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As the world market leader in the design, manufacturing, and sales of power tools and accessories, as well as a manufacturing pioneer with more than a century’s worth of experience, the Bosch name has become synonymous with engineering excellence. As their "invented for life" slogan indicates, Bosch is committed to making their customers' lives safer, more efficient, and more comfortable through the innovations and services they supply.

This Compact Tough Drill Driver has a 4-pole high performance motor that offers optimal power in a compact size. The ergonomically designed grip zone has a soft wrapped housing and a smaller diameter to offer a comfortable and confident grip for extended periods of use. LED light makes it easy to see in dimly lit areas and variable speed trigger provides maximum control.


Condition: Factory Refurbished
Packaging: Brown Box
Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer: Bosch
Model: DDS180-02

Features Include:

4-Pole Open Frame Motor – More power in a smaller size
New ergonomic design – for outstanding comfort
Durashield housing – constructed to withstand jobsite conditions
Optional Flexible Power System (FPS™) Provides Choice of Max Run Time or Minimum Weight
Ratcheting Single Sleeve ½ in. Chuck- For one handed bit changes
LED Light- Great for dark or enclosed areas
Soft-Grip Wrapped Housing - Fits comfortably in hand for extended working time
Variable Speed Trigger- Provides maximum control
Battery Voltage: 18
Chuck Capacity: 1/2" keyless chuck
Chuck Size: 1/2"
Clutch Settings: 18+1
No Load RPM: 0-500 / 0-1,700
Priority: 21
Torque (in. lbs.): 600
Voltage: 18V
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rtanner Feb 05, 2013
The most Useful Part Of This Deal Would Be Having TWO Batteries....sometimes batterires run like 40-60 bucks better off buying brand new drills
DealLeader Feb 05, 2013
I think it does have 2 batteries, doesn't it?
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rtanner Feb 05, 2013
Yeah thats what im saying thats your savings right there because they are so expensive
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