I carry a Systainer 4 packed with tools for installations. It has lots of power and battery life for a small tool. I havent sold one yet but the testing in the shop is pretty impressive. Like you, it’s not big work. I’m informed halfway through the job it was in his hands every other move, and he used it to install all the drawer slides. Festool makes no representations about the accuracy, reliability, completeness or timeliness of the material on this website or about the results to be obtained from using the website.

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I like the solid feeling of the bigger “blue” Makita set, but it is significantly heavier.

The PS40 is a little slow at driving long screws though. Rate impact rate 0 – bpm.

Bosch Cordless Angle Drill. So, the setup in the Systainer has been more than adequate for my needs. I believe the 1. I love them both. Festool and its affiliates cannot be responsible for improper postings or your reliance on the website’s material.

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I bought the PS40 because I thought it would make a good companion. I would not be doing heavy work with this.


colt The low gear is ideal for driving screws and drilling in heavy-duty materials, while the high gear provides faster speeds for lighter drilling work. I carry the charger and extra battery but to be honest, I don’t remember having to change batteries during the course of a job.

Show only see all. Eli on December 02, I just got the new McFeeley’s catalog and they’re offering a Makita 7.

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pockst The Makita has more “oomph” and while it weighs more and is larger, it seems to take much less effort to drive screws. Ident Number GSR That did away with the need for the PS Everything I have read here and elswere suggests that they drive screws just fine. With the clutch its perfect for driving, but not overdriving slide and pocket hole screws.

The C12’s right angle adapter did away with the need for the I-Driver. There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. For me that’s pretty trivial when compared to 108 other specs where it whomps the Bosch badly.

My question is how well do they drill? I was just looking into these today as well as the new Milwaukee compact 12v.


If I have alot of fasteners litheo put in though, I go for 18volt driver instead. It’s been perfect for this work. I have a PS20 and use it constantly.

Any experience with the Bosch Litheon v Pocket Tools?

They have a lot of power for the size, I’ve run 3″screws without pre drilling. Like you, it’s not big work.

The torch is a constant companion – but its to big to fit in my mouth when I’m up in a loft!!!!!!!!!! At mm it has the shortest design in its class for optimum handling, especially when performing drilling and screwdriving applications overhead and in tight spaces?.

Guaranteed 3 day delivery. I use the Bosch just as you described: Mountable bit holder for easy transport and storage of bits on the tool.

Integrated LED light for illuminating the work area, even in dark places.

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