All written, photographic and drawn materials are property of and copyright by NewWoodworker. The shape is very comfortable to the hand. The second generation Bosch PSA Pocket Drive r is well on its way to taking over the top spot in my cordless tool drawer The grip and controls are nicely laid out and easy to use. It will be a frequently used tool that will please today and for many years to come.
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The actual use life in the shop is remarkable, especially when you see how small and light this pack is.
Bosch PS20-2A Pocket Driver
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. Controlling rpm is easy as is maintaining a slow speed for starting a screw. It fits into small spaces yet packs plenty of power to handle nearly all of your driving needs.
It also has an Off position when left in the middle detent.
The rubber overmold in the grip area gives bisch a very secure, slip-free grip while cushioning any vibration that might come from the fastener being worked with. The trigger is a real variable speed switch. Click image to enlarge. I know that somebody is going to ask if I don’t specifically say – Yes. The variable speed trigger is bosh easy to use and control.
I never felt lacking for power or control.
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 clutch settings appear to repeat very well when returning to a particular setting.
Just why you would put a driver in your pocket, I dunno. The new terminology, which replaces bbosch The grip and controls are nicely laid out and easy to use.
It will be a frequently used tool that will please today and for many years to come. 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.
A simple slider button above the trigger controls the forward and reverse directions. The clutch ring has easy-to-read markings as well as dents at each position. I know I have recharged both battery packs that came with the Bosch PSA Pockey Driver at least once despite often standing at the bench and running screws in and out for no other purpose than to use this tool some more for the evaluation.
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. Materials may not be used in any way without the written permission of the owner. It does fit bpsch a pocket. Here again, the Bosch engineers knew what I needed before I did. It seems to repeat very well when boch to a setting.
I know that sounds like double-talk but my experience with the older I think Bosch has this battery thing figured out. After I began using it, my opinion changed quickly.
I charged it up and put it on the bench where I could grab it whenever I needed to drive a fastener. It is kind of tight in my ‘jammies though The first generation Bosch PS20 Pocket Driver didn’t seem to lack power pe20 this increase should rule out even perceived deficiencies for even the most power-hungry of users.
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The second generation Bosch PSA Pocket Drive r is well on its way to taking over the top spot in my cordless tool drawer Despite it’s small overall size, the trigger throw on the Bosch PSA Pocket Driver is long enough to give you full control over rpm. The position clutch is operated with a twist ring just behind the chuck. The motor, despite it’s apparently tiny size is strong and consistent throughout the battery life.