The New Bosch (EU) Max Cordless Tools
Yesterday we posted about some transactions New Bosch 12V cordless tools decent, and in the comments section someone brings up how the choice of Bosch 12V engine is not expanding as other brands, namely Milwaukee M12 is to their lineup.
Monte chimed in, saying that a saw, jigsaw, and the new rotary tool to be released in 2014 in Europe, possibly after new compact brushless Bosch drill and screwdriver.
This is big news, mainly because it is the first major expansion Bosch 12V Max line for some time, and also because of the particularly high interest in compact circular saw.
These tools will be released as part of the Li-ion 10.8V platform Bosch in Europe. There is no notice of the United States is ready.
BOSCH COMPACT CORDLESS CIRCULAR SAW
New Saw-class 12V, 10,8V-LI Professional is GKS, working with 85mm (3-3 / 8 “) circular saw blades and can cut wood and wood-based materials with a 26.5mm (1:04”) deep cuts .
With 2.0Ah batteries, supplied in kit, lightweight and compact saws weighs in at 1.4 kg (3.1 lbs). engine speed is 1400 RPM and adjustable shoes can be rotated up to 45 ° cutting angle.
Saws can cut up to 20 meters (65.6 feet) 18-mm (0.70 “) MDF panel 2.0Ah battery per charge.
Jigsaw BOSCH CORDLESS COMPACT
New compact jigsaw, GST 10,8V-LI Professional, with barrel-grip design, cast aluminum base plate reinforcement, and T-leg hold his tongue. It weighs only 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs) with a 2.0Ah battery, and is designed to operate with one hand.
The maximum cutting depth is 70 mm (2.76 “), and the saw cut through ~ 6m (19.7ft) 24mm thick (0.94”) pine for a single 2.0Ah battery charge.
Bosch said that two pendulum setup makes it possible to adapt the saw to different workpiece material. We have said this means there will be two set orbit.
BOSCH COMPACT CORDLESS ROTARY TOOL
The rotary tool, GRO 10,8V-LI Professional, has a variable speed motor (5000-32000 RPM), and can be used for general cutting, grinding, deburring, polishing, and routing tasks. It weighs 600g (1.3 lbs) with 2.0Ah battery.
Frankly, we’re wondering why Bosch has not come out with a rotary tool 10.8V / 12V Max sooner, because they can easily borrow expertise from Dremel, one of the sister companies their.