750W motor with up to 14 mm drilling diameter in stone
Bosch Constant Electronics, plus speed preselection and control using setting wheel and trigger switch
Single sleeve Bosch auto-lock keyless chuck
Cable guide with hanging hook for practical storage
Screwdriving, drilling, hammer drilling function switch for material specific working
The PSB 750 RCE has a number of useful features.
I bought this for use in the build of a large raised boardwalk. I used it for drilling holes through 6 x 6 timber for 220mm M12 bolts.
It performed well on the job and I have since used it for concrete and brick work. It gets through the work quickly and it easy to handle.
I like it because it is light and yet surprisingly powerful for it's size. I certainly notice the difference when I get it out after using my 18V Makita, which seems heavy and feeble in comparison.
OK you have to get out the extension cable, but unless it is a very small job, this is the tool I prefer to use.
I have had no problems with it, although I see others have. Mine is a couple of years old.
Odd title... well this was my experience of using this for the first time when drilling into a hard external wall to hang up a shelf for SWMBO. It was so easy - and I thought what crap drills I have used before - this is superior to my trusty old 'English' made Black & Decker, and another brought from a now defunct DIY chain (No wonder!). The keyless chuck is a real sweet bonus & is a doddle to use, as was the depth guide. The aforementioned shelf was up in no time and I even had another that she wanted me to install as it took little time. Inside the box is a place for the dust collector, but using the vaccum cleaner nozzle beneath the chuck saves most of the mess anyway - but I like gizmos & gadets to make my life easier; so might get one - look out for a review here. It arrived by DPD quickly - within 2 days. I am pleased with the build quality and the weight is light enough to be surprised by the power. The variable speed is a real bonus and the whole thing is easy to use. Recommended, thank you Bosch and Amazon, not forgetting DPD.
I bought this to replace my nearly 40 year old Wolf drill which had become a bit rattly. This Bosch is ideal for jobs in the home because it's not too heavy, has a reasonable combination of features (adequate power, hammer option, variable speed, easy lock chuck etc) and just gets the job done easily. And it comes in a handy plastic case. I wish I'd bought one years ago.
On a warm sunny afternoon my Husband was ready to carry out a few DIY jobs which entailed drilling,he got his trusty [28 yr old] drill out and disaster struck....she had given up the ghost and passed on to wherever drills go to. I immediately went online,not wanting to let this opportunity pass and after viewing and reviewing the amazing selection amazon have on offer,he decided on the Bosch PSB 750 RCE Impact Drill.Three days later it arrived and I may now have to hide it for a while as anything that can be drilled has been ! It truly is a first class drill and goes through brick work [which the previous model did not] like a knife through butter.All jobs were done in record time with first class results which is down to superior manufacture and a wonderful competent Hubby.
I really like Bosch products. I think they occupy that gap between the cheap tools and the likes of Makita and De Walt. I purchased this particular drill because I initially needed it to drill into masonry so the hammer action was a must. It comes with an adjustable hand grip which is great for added control and the depth gauge works wonders when you need it. I really like the adjustable speed control (located on the top of the unit) which allows you to adjust the drill accordingly to what you are drilling.
I'm pretty sure my Dad has some old Bosch tools from the 70's so I won't be surprised if I am still using this drill in 2050!
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