Bosch makes a habit of supplying these canvas carry bags with many of their tools when they apply and it is a refreshing change from the blow-molded cases so many of us throw away. The motor, despite it’s apparently tiny size is strong and consistent throughout the battery life. The Bosch PSA Pocket Driver carries over all of the great features from the first generation and packs in more power and speed to boot! The shape is very comfortable to the hand. I have no clue how they get that much power out of these little batteries, but they do and my old packs from show absolutely no sign of wearing down despite being used constantly in my shop.
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The grip and controls are nicely laid out and easy to use.
I don’t know if Bosch actually asked anyone or just made the safe assumption that woodworkers wanted more power. Go ahead and credit your inexplicably improved dexterity but know that it is the Bosch engineer who slipped the magnetic part into the chuck that is really responsible. I have no clue how they get that much power out of these little batteries, but they do and my old packs from show absolutely no sign of wearing down despite being used constantly in my shop.
The Bosch PSA Pocket Driver is a very handy, well-made and cleverly designed tool that virtually any woodworker will enjoy having in the shop. But it does fit in most pockets I have on me when woodworking. The minute charger left and two packs are included. The new terminology, which replaces This allows the user to get used to which setting works best for them in common situations.
The motor, despite it’s apparently tiny size is strong and consistent throughout the battery life. The charger handles freshening the packs automatically.
Click images to enlarge. The trigger is a real variable speed switch. That makes the cost-per-use ridiculously small. When a postal scale is needed to get an accurate weight of a woodworking tool you know it’s “bulk” isn’t going to wear you out.
What I admire about this bit of in-your-face marketing is that Bosch is telling you something up front that most others are hoping you won’t ps02. I don’t know if it is my something eyes but the LED light actually does come in handy far more often than I thought.
After I began using it, my opinion changed quickly.
The Bosch PSA Pocket Driver kit reviewed here comes packaged with the driver, two 12V Max Litheon battery packs, the minute charger, two bits and pockte instruction manual. The grip area is ergonomically designed to be comfortable to your hand. It fits into small spaces yet packs plenty of power to handle nearly all of your driving needs.
The Bosch PSA Pocket Driver carries over all of the great features from the first generation and packs in more power and speed to boot! Click image to enlarge. The actual use life in the shop is remarkable, especially when you see how small and light this pack is.
Bosch PS20-2A 12V Max Pocket Driver
The stalk-type battery packs right are surprisingly small and light despite plcket remarkable power they generate. It also has an Off position when left in the middle detent. However, Bosch did add a magnetic insert presently the only one in this class within the chuck that helps retain steel vosch and screws. It is kind of tight in my ‘jammies though The chuck uses a simple sliding sleeve to install and remove bits.
Here again, the Bosch engineers knew what I needed before I did. Just why you would put a driver in your pocket, I dunno.
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Controlling rpm is easy as is maintaining a slow speed for starting a screw. I never felt lacking for power or control. I think Bosch has this battery thing figured out. The controls are easy to reach and use.