BOSCH Power Tools Combo Kit CLPK22-120 – 12-Volt Cordless Tool Set (Drill/Driver and Impact Driver) with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case , Blue

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Power: This Bosch drill kit includes a powerful 12 volt drill driver with up to 1,300 RPM and a 12 volt driver with up to 2,600 RPM

Compact: The lightweight design of the PS31-2A drill driver is ideal for easy handling in overhead operations and tight spaces and the PS41-2A impact, driver offers the precision of variable speed, a light-body, and a short-head length

Control and visibility: The Bosch cordless drill is easy to handle in tight, narrow spaces, and three integrated LED lights mounted around the head of the driver enable high performance in low-light settings

Durability: Robust and compact with lightweight design, the drill impact driver combo kit is built to last and backed by a three year protection plan

Convenient: Drill kit includes: 12V Max 3/8 inch drill driver (PS31-2A); 12V Max impact driver (PS41-2A); 2 batteries, 30 minute charger and soft carrying case


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Bosch Bosch

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Lightweight Powerhouse

At only 1.80 Lbs. for all-day comfort

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Performance-to-Size Ratio

Best performance-to-size ratio in class

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Max Torque

Powerful, with 265 In.-Lbs. of max torque

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Two Settings

Two settings at 0-350 RPM and 0-1,300 RPM to match speed to task

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Integrated LED

Integrated LED light allows user to see in dark workspaces

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Compact Impact

Stout, short 5.4 In. head-length to reach tight work spaces

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Lightweight

At just over two pounds for all-day jobs

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Spring-Loaded

Spring-loaded impact mechanism reduces user fatigue

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Integrated LED

Three-LED light illuminates dark areas

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Manufacturer

‎Bosch

Part Number

‎CLPK22-120

Item Weight

‎6.6 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.75 x 9.75 x 4.25 inches

Item model number

‎CLPK22-120

Batteries

‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Color

‎Blue

Style

‎12V Kit

Material

‎Plastic

Pattern

‎Combo Kit

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Voltage

‎12 Volts

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Number Of Pieces

‎4

Number of Handles

‎1

Special Features

‎Compact

Included Components

‎(1) PS31 12V Max 3/8 In. Drill/Driver , (1) PS41 12V Max Impact Driver, (2) BAT414 12V Max Lithium-Ion 2.0 Ah Batteries, (1) BC330 12V Max Charger, (2) Power Drive Bits, (1) Carrying Bag

Batteries Included?

‎Yes

Batteries Required?

‎Yes

Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion

Warranty Description

‎One year

ASIN

B005GT0IWK

UNSPSC Code

27111700

Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#22,599 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#22 in Power Tool Combo Kits

Date First Available

August 25, 2011

10 reviews for BOSCH Power Tools Combo Kit CLPK22-120 – 12-Volt Cordless Tool Set (Drill/Driver and Impact Driver) with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case , Blue

  1. S.D.

    If you make your living with with power tools then keep looking this is a home-gamer’s grade tool set. However if you want a light easy to tote around drill-motor and impact tool with lots of torque and some excellent battery run time than this may be the deal you’ve been looking for. I now own four of the Bosch 12 volt tools in this series, two of which were purchased going on 3 years ago. When I saw this 3/8″ drill motor and impact driver tool set for under a C-note… Well I couldn’t get it into the cart quick enough. After a month of use I’m just as satisfied with this set as the drill motor set purchased 3 years ago.Again, I’d not rate these tools as every day commercial use quality, but for the hobbyist and DIY man of the house it’s a fine tool set and good value.Do however be aware that when attempting to register your purchase on line (mandatory with Bosh if you care to be covered by the manufacturers warranty) that you will be navigating through the very worst most insane poorly designed website ever encountered on the world wide web!!! No joke it’s really horrible!Now had this Bosh drill-motor and impact-driver at just over 14 months… Yup still happy with this purchase!

  2. Justin D. Turner

    A couple of years ago I moved and our new home had several projects I wanted to complete. Some small, some large, but after a few weeks with my 18V drill from a competing company, I decided I wanted something smaller, and easier to use – but hopefully without sacrificing too much on power. I honestly don’t think I’ve used the 18V since.- The drill/driver combo has worked well for all of my projects, and honestly seems just as powerful as my 18V.- The batteries charge quickly, and after 2 years, they still seem to hold their charge very well.- Both the drill and driver and light and well balanced, making them very easy to use.- I like the cloth case which makes carrying everything from room to room/project to project easy without the bulk of a hard case.- Changing bits is fast and secure.This has been a great purchase.

  3. MickeyD

    This combo is an amazing value. I use it all the time, batteries stay charged for a long time. I’ve built a 9ft cedar fence, gate, 30 ft of planters and knee walls, framed, hung pipes with straps and used it in all sorts of situation. When working with tools for extended period of time, esp. overhead, you want a light tool (anyone who swung 24″ iron pipe wrenches for a few hours knows how nice it is to use aluminum ones). This tool is compact, will fit in tight spaces that square-bottomed battery drills will not, is well built (I dropped it a few times), and keeps chucking along just fine. Impact driver is great. Drill is good – wish it rotated a bit faster, but for light drilling in wood, plastic, plaster and drywall – it’s fine.Only nice thing would have been a built in belt hook of some sort, like the one’s Milwaukee tools come with. It would make life easier when working on a ladder or using one hand to hold something in place while having to put the drill down. This is however, not a big deal. You can get a drill holster for a few bucks (maybe $9 here on amazon), and you are in business. Just wear some pants with a belt.Also, do get one of those extension chucks – it will really let you get into tight corners.

  4. mlb6d9

    I’ve been doing it wrong all these years. Whenever putting a screw into a 2 x 4 I would always drill a pilot hole and then put the screw in with my trusty DeWalt corded 3/8″ drill. More often than not, it would get tough towards the end and I’d always end up stripping the driver bit and never would get the screw in deep enough. But – that was life and I soldiered thinking that’s just how you do it, with plenty of replacement driver bits handy.Then one day I saw the driver in a store and thought – ‘What in the world?!’ Then I ended up on Amazon looking at this 2-piece kit. I really liked the compact form factor of these two, and for the price I decided to try it.Today I put up a 14′ section of fence and then it came time to attach the rails to the post. The 2 x 4’s were regular type (not the soft rough sawn cedar) and the posts were treated. This thing starts the screw well and then the hammer action kicks in and drives the 3″ coated screw all the way in with no problem!! No pilot holes necessary. In some cases it kept going until the screw was 1/4″ below the surface, but the thing has power. This tool alone changes my approach to many things. It probably still has plenty of charge left too – I forgot to check when I was done.Where has it been all my life?! Better late than never I guess. Oh and the drill is a dream as well -Buy these, you won’t regret it!

  5. visterm

    I was bummed when I missed out on the under $100 price on the Bosch drill on Amazon back in July, but elated to find that VMInnovations sells a refurbished combo kit of the drill and impact driver for the same price as a new drill. Impact drivers are super useful if you’re installing lots of screws. I used mine to screw in wood screws for hanging shades. The impact driver worked way faster than using a drill to screw in screws into the wood frame of the windows. Before I bought the kit, VMInnovations answered my question over the phone and by email about the quality of the kit because it was refurbished. They were nice, responsive, and told me if they sell something refurbished, it means the manufacturer’s standards. And they did. Bosch’s refurb standard means the product and batteries have warranties as if they are new. They also work as if they are new. I’m satisfied with my purchase from VMInnocations for the refurbished drill and impact driver kit. I hope this review is helpful to anyone else considering the refurb kit.

  6. AlBSure

    Update: Just adding another testament – I recently completed a rebuild of my porch steps and used this set quite a bit for pre-drilling and then driving in deck screws. The battery life and power are pretty amazing on both tools, with the impact driver handling nearly 150 3-inch screws into pressure treated lumber on a single charge.***initial review***I’ve had this set for a few months now and can’t find anything to complain about (rare for me). I was originally looking for a smaller drill to replace an old, massive Porter Cable cordless drill. Saw this set on sale with a free set of driver bits and thought, what the heck, I’ll probably never use the impact driver but why not? Turns out I was wrong – I use the impact driver all. the. time. Just installed an over the range microwave, a project that involved drilling pilot holes as well as driving in large wood screws and bolts. This set made that a breeze, with the tools’ compact size being a significant advantage.Long story short, this is a good set for the average DIYer. The tools are relatively lightweight yet still pack some power. The lights are a nice touch, the ergonomics are good, and the batteries hold their charge a long time. My only regret is that I didn’t buy something like this earlier. I fought with that old Porter Cable for far too long.

  7. SH

    I’ve been quite a Makite-snob for the majority of my life. I know Bosch products have a great reputation for quality and dependability…after watching several YouTube videos on these drills I decided to give it a try. I actually bought two sets of these, one for a gift and the second for us. After I charged them we put them to the test. We drove multiple 3″ screws into various woods to see if the impact driver could handle basic tasks…it did with ease. We then continued increasing the length and diameter of the screws just to find it’s limits. In the end, we were screwing 10″, 1/2″ lag bolts into pressure treated posts and the impact driver performed flawlessly to my surprise! We were initially using our 18v Makita impact driver assuming the 12v Bosch would not even come close until the Makita battery died. Rather than wait for our Makita to charge, we decided to give the Bosch a try…to our surprise, the Bosch actually was able to drive the 10″ bolt 80% of the way into the pressure treated post! We built a pergola over the past week and we used a combination of both the Makita and the Bosch drills…the Bosch performed fantastically! These drills are an absolute MUST for every homeowner and even professional contractors. Let’s be honest, 98% of the jobs we do around a house are not focused around driving 10″, 1/2″ lag bolts into pressure-treated wood; most jobs are hanging pictures, doors, windows, etc. These drills are lightweight, perfectly balanced, fit great in both my hand as well as my wife’s hands and are less cumbersome to carry than my Makita. We find ourselves reaching for the Bosch over the Makita when it comes to general DIY projects around the house just for the size, weight and portability, and overall power of them. I’m still hooked on my Makita but Bosch has absolutely found a permanent place in our workshop and we will now continue buying additional Bosch and Makita products as needed.

  8. Kyle Fogle

    I specialize in concrete retaining walls, and I’m a hobbyist woodworker. I already own the 18v lithium ion drill and impact driver kit from Bosch, and after a few years use, would highly reccomend that as well. I purchased the 12v kit mainly because I was sick of bringing my 18v home from work, and didn’t think all the size and power of the 18v was really necessary for my small woodworking projects, or use around the house.The kit I received came in the zippered canvas like pouch, not the L-box. I prefer this as it seems to take up less space. The drill and impactor are plenty compact and feel very solid, but not overly heavy. As a comparrison, the Milwaukee 12v felt set felt almost twice as heavy. Both the drill and driver have a battery life display gauge which is helpful. The led light at the tip of the drill and driver is helpful as well. A fully drained battery will charge in roughly 1/2hr. The impactor comes in at 930 in/lbs of torque which is impressive, and more than adequate for most tasks.As far as function goes, I was blown away! I was in the middle of forming an 80′ x 8′ concrete retaining wall out dry hardened doug fir 2×10, when the brushes on my 18v impactor went out. I reluctantly decided to bring the 12v impactor in to see if it was up to task. Wow!!! This thing drove 3″ galvanized deck screws into hardened dry doug fir with ease, no pre-drilling. It was actually slightly faster and quieter, than its bigger 18v brother. The quantity driven at roughly 50 screws,was about 3/4 of the 18v which I’d expect given the different voltages. The drill performs equally as well. I mainly use it as a dedicated countersink, so i cant attest to its torque. The clutch settings perform as expected, and I have not experienced any chuck wobble.The form factor of both drill and driver is great. I have average sized hands and find both to be very comfortable in hand. I definitely prefer the balance in hand over the 18v. I find myself using my middle finger on the trigger which gives more control. I’m used to carrying the 18v version in my tool belt, and when I threw one of these in instead, I almost couldnt tell I was carrying it. The compact size of both really allows you to get into tight spaces you otherwise wouldn’t with an 18v.Overall I was extremely impressed by this kit. Its similar to 18v power in a 12v form. I’d reccomend it to both tradesman and diy’er.

  9. Kbo

    My mother actually bought the 12v drill back when she got her house. Still works but after 10 years I think the brushes were wearing out so I bought her a new one (Bosch has amazing customer service from experience. Can’t find the brushes myself but figured I’d just see if they can replace it for me and I’ll keep the old one).Of course no 12v will be as powerful as the bigger 18/20v ones out there but these have been fantastic. I do woodworking and honestly wouldn’t have any problem with these for the majority of my work and indeed have borrowed it from time to time.The balance of the tool is excellently distributed, comfortable to use for long periods and holds up extremely well and can handle about any task you’d need them too. The battery life is very solid as well.

  10. Uncle Al 54

    So, I got tired of dragging my power lines across half an acre or so just to drill a few holes. Yeah, okay, had a battery drill some years back, battery always seemed to be drained when wanting to use etc. so did not expect much here.However, shock and surprise! But maybe should not have been – being Bosch – should have expected only top quality – and that’s what showed up!Very cool, super quality. Batteries last quite a while too and don’t lose their charge sitting. Very ergonomic and light weight. Fits right in the palm of my hand! Couldn’t believe the power behind the impact driver! Wow!I would recommend this set – and the drill bit set too – to anyone that’s ever been frustrated with a “battery powered” drill or impact driver. It ain’t your uncle’s! Not no more!Very sweet combo with carrying case and everything! I’ve used it a number of times now, and have been kicked by it – long battery life, power, and fits in my hand. Can’t ask for much more than that. Oh, a carrying case please! They got ya covered on that one too!

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