Bosch 36618-02 18 Volt 1/2" Compact Tough Litheon Drill/Driver w/ 2 Slim Batteries
Built tough, the Bosch 36618-02 18-Volt 1/2-Inch Compact-Tough Litheon Drill/Driver with Two Slim Pack Batteries is a durable, powerful, and compact tool for high-quality results. Featuring Durashield housing to guard against wear and tear, the 36618-02 utilizes an 18-volt Litheon battery, which provides 35% more runtime and two times the recharge cycles of its competitors.
New Compact Tough Design - For increased maneuverability in tight spaces and less user fatigue High torque mode produces over 500 in.-lbs. (Dynamic Torque) High speed mode produces 1,600 RPM Durashield Housing - Constructed to withstand real world conditions Ratcheting, single sleeve ½ Chuck - For one-handed bit changes and bigger applications Bosch Lithium-Ion Batteries - State-of-art Lithium-ion battery technology coupled with Bosch's proprietary ECP (Electronic Cell Protection) system guarantees the optimal performance of tool and batteries even for tough work conditions. Lithium-Ion Batteries - Designed for maximum cyclelife, minimum self-discharge and no memory effect LED Light is great for dark or enclosed areas 20 Position Clutch - For complete control Variable speed wide trigger - For increased maneuverability in tight spaces and less user fatigue
Chuck Capacity: 1/2" Clutch Settings: 20 No Load RPM: 0-500/0-1,600 Torque (in. lbs.): 500 Voltage: 18 Weight (lbs.): 3.7
(2) -- 18V Lithium-Ion SlimPack Batteries - BAT609 (1) - 45-Minute Lithium-ion Battery Fast Charger - BC630 Double-ended Bit (1) - Carrying Case
Big Sky Tool ReviewsUsed once so far. Worked great. Feels good and balanced in your hand. Had no problem screwing 1 1/2" screws into pressure treated 4 x 4' posts.
Big Sky Tool ReviewsI love it. It's torky and lightweight. I would like to get a thicker battery though!
Big Sky Tool ReviewsThe product seems to be what could be expected. But the registeration process and warranty is sick. That's why I rated it low. They discourage a person with their process, never had a process like that before in fact still not registered. shame on bosch.