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Bosch 10.8V Impactor Fastening Driver - PS40-2

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Chris   May 26, 2008  
 
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Bosch 10.8V  Impactor Fastening Driver - PS40-2
Manufacturer
Volts
Model #
PS40-2
MSRP
$357.00
Includes:
(1) -- Carrying Case
(2) -- 1.5" Power Drive Bits
(1) -- 30 Minute Charger -- BC430
(2) -- Litheon™ 10.8V Batteries -- BAT411
  • 50% Lighter than 18V Impact Driver at 2.2 lbs.
  • 60% more torque than 18V drill/driver - 800 in.-lbs of max torque
  • Bosch Designed Hammer and Anvil System — Delivers 1,800 RPM/3,000 BPM
  • LED Light Ring — 3 LEDs illuminate work area for use in dark areas
  • Litheon™ 10.8V Batteries — The most advanced Lithium-ion battery available today
  • Spring-Loaded Impact Mechanism — Reduces user fatigue
  • Aluminum gear housing with protective rubber front
  • 1/4" hex drive with quick release
  • Ergonomic Soft Grip Handle — For extended comfort and control
  • Bumpers on Side of Tool — Protect work surface and prevent slipping
  • Variable Speed Trigger — For complete control

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Bosch 10.8V Impactor

I really like the size of this compact impactor. It will drive three inch deck screws, though it is not as fast as an eighteen volt. Where this tool shines, is installing cabinets and furniture. It has good trigger speed control so you can finesse that screw in with out to much fear of overdriving. The only gripe that I have is that it is not a very balanced tool, it is very top heavy, unlike the Makita 18 volt LXT.

Pros
small size
Cons
bad balance
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