Bosch PSR Select

Bosch PSR Select

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Bosch PSR Select
4.0

4 reviews

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4 reviews
JacksReviews
JacksReviews2 posts
 

Outstanding

I've owned this cordless screwdriver for over a year now and it has absolutely excellent. It is amazingly powerful considering its size. The battery lasts very long and is quick to charge to full. The build quality is outstanding (as you would expect from Bosch) and will easily withstand a few accidental drops. The 'bit selector' is very intuitive and you can swap or replace the bits easily. The included case is also excellent. I would thoroughly recommend this product to anyone looking for an excellent all-rounder electric screwdriver for around the house.

Mike Cramb
Mike CrambSydney, NSW34 posts
 

Poor quality

I have bought 1 & received 1 as a gift. They come nicely packaged in a tin with a good range of bits. My gift one came with a 90 deg attachment. Both became unserviceble after only a few operations doing very light electrical assembly work. The 90 deg type failed to charge on the third recharge. Dead as a door nail as it was a gift I didn't try and get a warranty claim. The one I bought to replace it was on special it lasted a few days doing similar light work then refused to work again after it was recharged. I won't bother getting another one they are a toy not a real tool.

Anon
Anon
 

You need to remember it is a screwdriver

Fantastic design for a screwdriver replacement.

Battery holds a charge well and recharges quickly.

Bits are removeable from the cylinder, just pop the bit out like you were going to use it, grip it and pull.

Might be slightly heavy, but when you remember the amount of effort you are saving by not having to rummage around for bits or use a manual screwdriver you will still be able to smile about it.
Cheap and cheerful, enough "go" to push in even the tough screws.You have a hard time remembering it is only a screwdriver, it feels like it could be a drill.
Can be to powerful for "soft" screws etc, so you need to feather the trigger. Show 2 replies

Garry Fidler
Garry FidlerQLD, 47026 posts
 

Questions & Answers

Ivyloo
Ivyloo

How do I get the slot of drill bits out?

Doc John
Doc John

Can you use other screwdriver bits, Allen Key or socket bits?

isis
isis  

I'd buy a drill. This one is quite useless.

Drew911
Drew911  
Doc John
Doc John  

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CategoryDrills
Price (RRP)$78
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