Bosch 38636-01 36-Volt Litheon Drill/Driver with 2 Compact Batteries


Bosch 38636-01 36-Volt Litheon Drill/Driver with 2 Compact Batteries




Technical Details

  • Unibody Power train - keeps gearing in alignment for the most durable drive train on the market
  • Steel Reinforced Collar - Provides enhanced durability when dropped on the chuck
  • Dura shield Housing - Constructed to withstand real world conditions. Withstands repeated 1-story drops when the competition fails
  • Hammer On/Off Ring - Easily turns hammer on and off without changing the clutch setting
  • easily Accessible Brushes - Quick maintenance to minimize downtime
The 36-Volt Litheon brute tough hammer drill driver features a uni-body power-train that keeps gears in alignment for the most durable drive train on the market. A steel reinforced collar provides enhanced durability when dropped on the chuck. The Dura shield housing is constructed to withstand real world conditions. Hammer on/off ring easily turns hammer on and off without changing the clutch setting. Easily accessible brushes for quick maintenance with minimal down time. The ratcheting single sleeve 1/2-Inch chuck with carbide tipped jaws have strong bit retention. Item includes : Carrying Case One Lithium-Ion Fast Charger Two Lithium-Ion 36V SlimPack Batteries One 360° Auxiliary Handle One Double-ended Bit



Flexible Power System - Match battery to application; Litheon™ 36V batteries - The most advanced Li-ion battery available today; Brute Tough™ Construction with Unibody Powertrain, Metal-Reinforced Collar and Durashield™ Housing; High Torque Mode Produces over 600 in.-lbs.; Externally Accessible Brushes - For brush replacement in as little as 2 minutes; Ratcheting, Carbide Tooth Single Sleeve 1/2" Chuck - For one-handed bit changes; Bosch Designed Powertrain with Metal Gears; Litheon™ Fast Charger - Charges 36V batteries to 80% of capacity in 30 minutes; 15-Position Clutch

This review is from: Bosch 38636-01 36-Volt Litheon Drill/Driver with 2 Compact Batteries (Tools & Home Improvement)
I purchased this drill about 1 year ago when they first came out. I was thinking with the litheon technology this tool would be a little lighter, but much more powerfull with 36 volts. I am a general contractor and have been using and abusing cordless drills for some time now. I sold my 18V Dewalt XRP 4 piece set for this drill (I hate cordless circular saws and sawsalls due to their incredibly short battery run time). This drill is not that much more powerfull than the Dewalt, but it is much more refined. The Bosch has a VERY smooth feel while driving screws and the batteries last a long time. I have two slim batteries and one fat battery. Other than the slight upgrade in battery life and power, it's not much better than the Dewalt XRP collection. You would think with a 36V rating, you'd be getting a monster cordless drill, but I think 36V (even with litheon technology) is a waste of weight. 18V is the perfect power to weight ratio. The drill has not failed me, and I have in fact been hard on it, but wait until an 18V version of the Bosch comes out.

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