Bosch GSR 3.6V-LI

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Bosch GSR 3.6V-LI

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I wonder if any Tradesmen has one of these blue bosch 3.6V screwdrivers? I looking for a lightweight screwdriver & don't need an impact driver.
I currently have the bosch 10.8v impact driver & it's great, but for fixing sanitary ware, removing boiler casings etc I'd like something a wee bit lighter.
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Re: Bosch GSR 3.6V-LI

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the driver for the 10.8 is really compact and light

BOSCH PSR 10.8 LI Cordless Drill

http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?um=1&hl= ... x=44&ty=15

if you cant find it you can have mine for £25 plus postage as i have both the upgrades lol

which impact do you have its slightly lighter and slightly smaller than the impact
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Thanks for your kind offer big-all, I also have the 10.8 Cordless Driver, but it's the old model which has the 1/4 bit holder that doesn't lock. This is annoying & you can so easily lose bits.

As a insatiable toolacohlic I do fancy buying this wee one, but at over 50 quid??!!
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the trouble you have is another tool system with separate charger and battery
do the batteries come out and whats the charge time :dunno:

is it the weight or acsess thats the problem :dunno: :dunno:
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It's more a case of overtightening when fixing sanitary ware with the impact driver or perhaps is just a case of satisfying my cravings.......... ::b ::b :lol: :lol:
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i only ever use an impact on 60mm and above
you need finesse with smaller screws something quite difficult with an impact :lol:
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