"Very pleased with this drill. Super lightweight for cordless SDS which is why I got it. Most of the time I don't need to drill giant holes in concrete so this is more than capable. Packs a decent punch and batteries hold well. Mine came with an adapter which got me out of trouble when my 18v cordless drill ran out of juice drilling holes with a spade bit.
Only criticism is that it doesn't stand up on the battery, I guess the battery is so light its not enough to weigh it down. Overall though very pleased with this BOSCH and it clicks together with my other BOSCH tools too."
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Review 2 for Bosch GBH 18VLi-CP 1.9kg 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless SDS Plus Drill 18V
"Had this drill for a few weeks now and I'm reasonably pleased. I use it mainly for drilling smaller holes for red & brown plugs, but also for wood bits & various sizes of hole saws by using an SDS chuck adaptor. I've used it a few times to drive-in large screws using the supplied SDS to hex adaptor and it has plenty of torque. I can't really comment on it's reliabilty yet, but it feels the part in your hand and between the two supplied batteries I'm never out of charge. They re-charge in less than an hour and have a really handy battery-level indicator on the end. The white LED worklight on the front of the drill is a nice touch. Minor downside is the drill is front-heavy so won't stand up on it's battery. In summary it's a good performer, feels up to the usual Bosch standard although a little on the pricey side."
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Review 3 for Bosch GBH 18VLi-CP 1.9kg 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless SDS Plus Drill 18V
"Received this drill yesterday and used it at work today. Glides through solid concrete without any struggle. Yeah, takes a bit longer to drill concrete with this compared to 24V or 36V cordless drills but overall, brilliant performance. Batteries hold their charge well, still three out of three LED bars on the battery I've been using today. Very light and small, ideal when carrying around. The only issue is the fact that the vent for the motor/internal moving parts is right in the path of any falling dust when drilling vertically!"