Bosch Max FlexiClick 5-In-1 Drill

Nov 21, 2017

Category: Gear

Power drills are wonderful tools that allow you to get carpentry and construction jobs done in record time, but a lot of them are cumbersome and either don’t offer any or are a pain when it comes to swappable attachments. Well Bosch’s new Max FlexiClick 5-in-1 Drill offers up the same convenience, but also features a new and innovative swappable attachment system.

This drill is already plenty compact – with a format that’s perfect for one-handed use and no cord of which to speak – making it ideal for tight spaces. But, its FlexiClick quick-change system makes it even better, allowing the user to switch between drill attachments in literal seconds. That means you can easily change up your bits or even get a better angle for those hard-to-reach spaces in which you’d normally have to use manual tools. It also comes with a full range of attachments, from a keyless chuck, to one with a locking bit holder, to an offset angle. You can even use them all in conjunction with the included right angle attachment. At $169, it doesn’t get easier or more convenience with this.

Purchase: $169

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