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|BPM:||0 - 27,000|
|Chuck Feature:||Single Sleeve Ratcheting|
|Clutch Settings:||18 + 1|
|Handle Style:||Soft Mid-Handle Grip|
|Maximum Torque:||600 in-lbs.|
|RPM:||0 - 500 / 0 - 1,700|
|Shipping Weight:||13.5 lbs.|
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This drill travels in the truck with me and I use it for residential remodeling applications about once a week. It performs as well as a corded model. It is very compact and lightweight, but as powerful as a similar heavy Milwaukee that I have. Very nice for holding overhead. I don't understand why Bosch position the led light down at the battery base on these drills. The light is aimed at the work area, but still doesn't illuminate the area as well as the light above the trigger on the Bosch impact driver. I don't use the clutch and wish manufacturers would stop including the clutch. That is a common component to fail. With impact drivers, who would put fasteners in using the drill clutch anymore? The slim pack batteries have an impressive amount of capacity. I've yet to run out of battery before the other one had finished recharging. Can't go wrong with Bosch. Get the heavy duty model if you will use a hammer drill frequently and rigorously. This drill performs very well, but isn't made for the abuse of a construction crew. Good for an individual contractor but might not last long in the hands of a crew that doesn't have to buy their own tools.