This 5-in-1 drill system might be the last drill you ever buy, and it’s discounted today
The Bosch GSR12V-140FCB22 12V Max Flexiclick 5-In-1 Drill/Driver System is quite possibly the last drill you’ll ever buy. It has Bosch’s awesome swappable battery design, but that’s not the only thing you can swap. Thanks to the patented "Flexiclick" system, there are five different attachments that completely transform how you can use the tool. There’s basically nothing it can’t do, and it’s back in stock right now on Amazon.
Here are some highlights from the product page:
- VERSATILE: The tool’s Flexi Click 5-in-1 design delivers outstanding versatility in a compact, high-quality drill/driver. The kit includes a locking bit holder, a keyless chuck, an offset angle and a right angle to attach to the tool with the One-Click interface
- CONVENIENT: The included keyless chuck attachment provides locked-in drilling for difficult materials. An LED light illuminates dark work areas effectively and afterglow function keeps the light on for 10 seconds after the tool is off
- SECURE: The kit’s locking bit holder attachment locks hex bits for security during high-torque driving or drilling
- ADJUSTABLE: The provided right angle attachment is designed for tight work spaces and works with the other three adapters. It rotates to 16 positions without removing from tool
- PRECISION: The offset angle attachment offers precise screwdriving very close to edges; rotates to 16 positions without removing from tool. The kit also includes two 12V Max Lithium-ion batteries, a 12V Max Fast charger and a carrying bag
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