I have to admit that I initially thought that a headlight was pure fluff on the first generation Bosch PS20 Pocket Driver. It is incredibly handy for those small jobs everyone always has around the house. Installing phone plates, mounting equipment and the like. The grip area is ergonomically designed to be comfortable to your hand. Go ahead and credit your inexplicably improved dexterity but know that it is the Bosch engineer who slipped the magnetic part into the chuck that is really responsible. Materials may not be used in any way without the written permission of the owner.
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Click images to enlarge. Just why you would put a driver in your pocket, I dunno. The work light bottom is way more useful than I thought when I started using the first version of this driver. This is a trouble-free design so there was no change needed or made there. The product is already in the wishlist! The grip and controls are nicely laid out and easy to use.
For one thing it does not have a chuck to hold a drill bit. I don’t know if Bosch actually asked anyone or just made the safe assumption that woodworkers wanted more power. It will be a frequently used tool that will please today and for many years to come. This allows the user to get used to which setting works best for them in common situations. The first generation Bosch PS20 Pocket Driver didn’t seem to lack power so this increase should rule out even perceived deficiencies for even the most power-hungry of users.
It also has an Off position when left in the middle detent. The controls are easy to reach and use. This is a Veteran P2s0 site.
Materials may not be used in any way without the written permission of the owner. Perhaps just the fact that I feel the need to promote this drill is enough to persuade you to buy it!
I work in the home theater and home automation industry. However they arrived at. I have to admit that I initially thought that a headlight was pure fluff on the first generation Bosch PS20 Pocket Driver. One of the first things Bosch did was to increase battery power rating from The Bosch PSA Pocket Driver kit reviewed here comes packaged with the driver, two 12V Max Litheon battery packs, the minute charger, two bits and an instruction manual.
I know that sounds like double-talk but my experience with the older I have no clue how they get that much power out of these little batteries, but they do and my old packs from show absolutely no sign of wearing down despite being used constantly in my shop. I think this is simply Bosch boschh the marketing verbiage in line with what has become the industry standard.
Tool Test – Bosch PS20-2 Pocket Driver
Start off slow then once it gets going pull the trigger to get to full speed. The Bosch PSA Pocket Driver is a very handy, well-made and cleverly designed tool that virtually any woodworker will enjoy having in the shop. Bosxh does fit in a pocket. With it being cordless, I can take it upstairs to my studio where I do not have a wall plug.
The chuck uses a simple sliding sleeve to install and remove bits. The clutch top is easy to use and very effective.
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It is small enough pss20 fit into small spaces when I try to fit bolts and screws, mounting plates for additional shelving and the likes. I could not be happier with it. The variable speed trigger is very easy to use and control.
The clutch settings appear to repeat very well when returning to a particular setting.
Despite it’s small overall size, the trigger throw on the Bosch PSA Pocket Driver is long enough to give you full control over rpm. This is a great small tool, cordless, compact and battery operated and takes light abuse, but do bbosch attempt to drill a thousand holes into concrete in one afternoon.
Here again, the Bosch engineers knew what I needed before I did.