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Bosch GSB 14.4 2-Li 14.4V Li-Ion Combi Drill



 
 
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Old May 18th 11, 07:26 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Default Bosch GSB 14.4 2-Li 14.4V Li-Ion Combi Drill

Screwfix have this on offer at an amazing price of 99:99.

Features electronic cell protection (ECP) to protect the battery from
overheating, overloading or deep discharge.

2 x 1.3Ah Li-Ion Batteries 45min Charger 2-Speed Variable 10mm Auto-Lock
Chuck 15 Torque Settings Electric Brake Automatic Spindle Lock
Replaceable Carbon Brushes Fan-Cooled Motor Soft-Grip Handle

GSB 14.4 2-Li, 2 x batteries, charger.
Specifications:
Max. drilling capacity in wood 25mm, steel 10mm. 10mm auto-lock chuck.
15 torque settings. Max. torque 16Nm hard / 38Nm soft. Weight 1.4kg
including battery.



This post is perfectly on topic because a cyclist could use this drill.

Doug says so.


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Old May 18th 11, 09:00 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Default Bosch GSB 14.4 2-Li 14.4V Li-Ion Combi Drill

On May 18, 7:26*pm, wrote:
Screwfix have this on offer at an amazing price of 99:99.

Features electronic cell protection (ECP) to protect the battery from
overheating, overloading or deep discharge.

2 x 1.3Ah Li-Ion Batteries 45min Charger 2-Speed Variable 10mm Auto-Lock
Chuck 15 Torque Settings Electric Brake Automatic Spindle Lock
Replaceable Carbon Brushes Fan-Cooled Motor Soft-Grip Handle

GSB 14.4 2-Li, 2 x batteries, charger.
Specifications:
Max. drilling capacity in wood 25mm, steel 10mm. 10mm auto-lock chuck.
15 torque settings. Max. torque 16Nm hard / 38Nm soft. Weight 1.4kg
including battery.

This post is perfectly on topic because a cyclist could use this drill.

Doug says so.

--
Dave - Cyclists VOR.


I'm intrigued, but:-

1. What is a deep discharge?

2. This may be connected with 1. Is there an accompanying video
involving bikinis?
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Old May 19th 11, 11:47 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Default Bosch GSB 14.4 2-Li 14.4V Li-Ion Combi Drill

On 18/05/2011 21:00, Squashme wrote:
On May 18, 7:26 pm, wrote:
Screwfix have this on offer at an amazing price of 99:99.

Features electronic cell protection (ECP) to protect the battery from
overheating, overloading or deep discharge.

2 x 1.3Ah Li-Ion Batteries 45min Charger 2-Speed Variable 10mm Auto-Lock
Chuck 15 Torque Settings Electric Brake Automatic Spindle Lock
Replaceable Carbon Brushes Fan-Cooled Motor Soft-Grip Handle

GSB 14.4 2-Li, 2 x batteries, charger.
Specifications:
Max. drilling capacity in wood 25mm, steel 10mm. 10mm auto-lock chuck.
15 torque settings. Max. torque 16Nm hard / 38Nm soft. Weight 1.4kg
including battery.

This post is perfectly on topic because a cyclist could use this drill.

Doug says so.

--
Dave - Cyclists VOR.


I'm intrigued, but:-

1. What is a deep discharge?

2. This may be connected with 1. Is there an accompanying video
involving bikinis?



To answer your questions;

1. You wouldn't understand - you are a thick cyclist.

2. You wouldn't understand - you are a thick cyclist.

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Dave - Cyclists VOR.
 




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