The Pros And Cons Of The 24 Volt Bosch Cordless Hammer Drill
When it comes to tools it is very important to make sure that the best tool is being bought. Nothing is more frustrating then trying to work on something that is broke and having a tool fail. It's already frustrating trying to fix something that broke, but it gets even worse when the products that were purchased to fix the problem are broken as well. That's why all tools should be reviews before ever being purchased. This article will specifically discuss the Bosch 24V Cordless Hammer Drill. The pros and cons of this drill will be discussed.
One good feature about the Bosch 24V Cordless Hammer Drill, model number 13624-2G, is that it is powerful. It is much more powerful than the 14.4V cordless drill, the 18V drivers, the psr 18V cordless drill driver, or the a96 10.8V drill driver. It is hard to beat a drill that offers 24 volts of power. However, even though this cordless hammer drill is tough, it isn't as tough as an impact wrench. An impact wrench would be much better, because it is much harder to strip a screw with one than it would be using this 24V cordless hammer drill. Also, the 24V Bosch Cordless Hammer Drill is kind of big, so it won't work in tight spaces like a right angle drill or a smaller drill would.
The overall design of the 24V Bosch Cordless Hammer Drill is pretty nice. It looks real good just as all Bosch tools do. It is also made to be very durable. It has a steel-reinforced collar that will protect the tool when it is dropped on the chuck. The steel-reinforced collar also makes this tool very durable. Its 'DuraShield' housing is also another thing that makes this tool very durable. This is good and all, but people need to realize that all tools are made in this way. Virtually all tool companies make durable tools that will withstand a pounding.
The big downfall to the 24V cordless hammer drill made by Bosch is that it doesn't have a very good batter. Yes, the battery is 24 volts, but it isn't the same as having a lithium-ion battery. A lithium-ion battery will last much longer, and it will also charge a lot faster than the 24V battery offered with this cordless hammer drill. Overall, the bosch cordless drill 24v is a pretty good drill, but it isn't anything special compared to other drills on the market today.
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