New Bosch 2-in-1 Fastening Tools
The Bosch GDX18V-1600 1/4-inch Hex and 1/2-inch Square Drive Socket-Ready Impact Driver offers quick-change hex shank with Power Groove for bits and 1/2-inch square drive for sockets – all in one tool. This impact driver supplies plenty of fastener-tightening force while eliminating the hassle of broken socket adapters.
The Bosch GDX18V-1600 two-in-one impact driver switches quickly and seamlessly from a 1/4-inch quick-change hex shank to 1/2-inch square drive. This cordless impact driver delivers up to 1,600 In.-Lbs. of max torque. It pairs a powerful cordless motor with the Bosch hammer-and-anvil system, delivering 0-3,600 bpm (blasts per minute) performance and impact endurance to handle the toughest fastening tasks found on the jobsite.
A four-pole carbon-brush motor not only makes the tool powerful, but also delivers greater efficiency in battery usage.
With a weight of only 2.7 lbs. (tool only, not including battery), the Bosch GDX18V-1600 Impact Driver is easy to maneuver, which means less user fatigue. It features a soft slim-grip handle and nonslip housing for added user protection in use. The tool has a head-mounted LED lighting system for illumination in dark areas.
“This is a tool every professional user will come to appreciate – the first time they use it,” said Theron Sherrod, product manager, cordless tools, Bosch Power Tools. “There aren’t many two-in-one tools that offer this kind of versatility combined with great power. It saves space in the tool box and it also saves time.”
The Bosch GDX18V-1600 Impact Driver includes Bosch-exclusive Electronic Cell Protection (ECP) that protects the battery against overload, overheating and deep discharge for longer life. In addition, Bosch Electronic Motor Protection (EMP) protects the motor against overload with integrated temperature management.
To learn more about the Bosch GDX18V-1600 1/4-inch Hex and 1/2-inch Square Drive Socket-Ready Impact Driver or to find a local dealer, visit www.boschtools.com or call 877-BOSCH-99. Check out www.bethepro.com for additional tips and videos.