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Bosch 12-Volt Variable Speed Cordless Impact Driver (Charger and 2-Batteries Included)

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  • Includes two 12-volt lithium-ion batteries, charger, impact driver, carrying case and two 1.5-in power drive bits
  • High-performance motor delivers 3,100-BPM
  • Variable-speed trigger (0-2,600-RPM) provides reliable control, and the hammer action produces 930-in-lbs of max torque

$118.15

SKU:000346397307
Lightweight but powerful, this 12-volt impact driver packs a punch. A variable-speed trigger controls the delivery of 2,600-RPM and 3,100-BPM, while the hammer action produces 930-in-lbs of maximum torque. The spring-loaded impact mechanism reduces user fatigue, and a 3-LED light allows you to work in dimly lit areas. The 1/4-in quick-release hex drive is ideal for 1-handed bit changes, and the soft grip handle provides extended comfort and control.
  • Includes two 12-volt lithium-ion batteries, charger, impact driver, carrying case and two 1.5-in power drive bits
  • High-performance motor delivers 3,100-BPM
  • Variable-speed trigger (0-2,600-RPM) provides reliable control, and the hammer action produces 930-in-lbs of max torque
  • 1/4-in quick-release hex drive
  • Two 12-volt lithium-ion batteries with 30-min charge time
  • Exceptionally lightweight 2.18-lb design
  • 3-LED light ring for working in dark or enclosed areas
  • 1-year base warranty
  • Battery fuel gauge lets you know when you need to recharge
Weight 5.05 lbs
Dimensions 12.6 × 9.9 × 4.3 in

Latest reviews

  1. JFGHBUIRTKRN

    I am a mechanic at a chrysler dealership and this thing works great for interior work as well as light engine work.I have used it to take intake bolts and oil pan bolts off with no problems.The lights work well when working under dashes.I have the 10.8 volt driver and the batteries and charger interchange with this one.I hope this one is as tough as the ps-20 driver has been The small size is what sold me on this impact driver,it can get into some tight spots. No complaints yet.

  2. Code-Plus

    I have been using BOSCH 12 volt tools for over Five years. They are Great! Gets into tight spaces easily,
    Very lightweight, But All the power of any 18 volt drill I own. ( I currently have eight cordless drills from different manufacturers, and are all Top of the Line ) Why do I consistently Grab My BOSCH (S) ?
    I have been a cabinetmaker, Finish Carpenter, Builder, Etc.
    Being so light, and after developing arthritis, there is little fatigue at the end of a long day.
    They can even fit in my pocket if I’m on a ladder. The batteries Last Forever, Lithium Ion, Hold charge very well
    ( even If stored for a long while ) Quick Charge, Two batteries will last a full day of use and abuse.

  3. Jimbo

    It’s hard to believe that an impact this small can pack such a punch! This is the handiest tool i’ve ever owed. The handle is a little wide but really that’s my only complaint. I assumed the battery life would be poor due to its size but it actually lasts much longer than anticipated. I am impressed!

  4. Rich

    Drives as well as the big battery 18v drivers but gets into tight places they cannot, although battery life does suffer. Good thing it comes with 2.

  5. Electrician

    I bought this tool in the combo kit with the PS-21. I do use the PS-21 more often, but when I need to drive long screws or into tough material I use the PS-41 because the impact function takes all the torque off of me and keeps the bit in the screw head so that they don’t strip out.
    I also use it alot with sockets when putting together or taking apart equipment.
    For the jobs I do it has the power needed so I don’t use my yellow 18volt impact driver any more. The Bosch fits in my tool belt and the 18volt does not.
    The built in fuel gauge is nice, should be on all tools (or the batteries#
    The light ring is great #wish the PS-21 had it)

  6. T4patern

    Bought this a year ago when I was an employee with Hilti tools. I had an 18v Impact driver however wanted something lighter to work when doing jobs overhead. Since Hilti didn’t have a 12v line I went with Bosch, and boy was I happy. The two tools I use on every project is my combo square and this Bosch Impact driver. Also fits great in the tool belt, an added bonus when on a ladder. My Hilti has accumulated dust since the purchase of this Bosch. There’s simply no reason to use it. Bosch is not only performing better than Hilti, it’s at a better price point. Go Bosch, it’s all I buy from now on. And all this coming from a Hilti guy. Who would have thought.

  7. MG Medic

    I ordered this item online for in-store pickup. I opened it as soon as I arrived home only to find that it was in used condition. There was mud on the case and scratches and dents all over the housing. I returned it to and the replaced it without any difficulty. I have been using the new one without any problems.

  8. Daveg6

    I use this impact driver in a woodworking shop. It’s greatest feature is the variable speed which allows me to drive any size fastener without stripping or fear of splitting wood. The compact size and light weight are terrific. I have small hands and it fits me perfectly. The LED light at the front is superb for dimly lit places. It holds a charge for a long time. I find myself grabbing this instead of the 18 volt impact I also have for 95% of the tasks I have. There are no negatives to this product. I use it quite often with the PS-10-2A Maxi i-driver to form a potent 1-2 punch for drilling and driving. Highly Recommended!!

  9. Bobcat

    My only complaint is the trigger. When you first pull it there is a slight hesitation before it reacts. Under most circumstances this is not a problem, but I am a mechanic and when trying to break loose a stuck bolt, the quicker it turns on, the more effective the torque is. Besides this I love the impact. It is the perfect size for fitting in hard to reach spaces. The impact allows you to take flat blade, Phillips, Allen, and other fasteners loose that a normal screwdriver or wrench may round off. I wish the batteries would last a little longer, but for the size of the batteries, I would have expected a shorter run time. I would recommend this impact to anyone.

  10. Saturn

    I use this drill on a daily bases in rugged conditions. I have dropped it from a ladder 15′ ,I use it in the rain and snow and never once has it let me down(not recommended). It has plenty of power and the battery life is very good.I would recommend this to a friend for sure.

  11. Dan

    the switch on this unit is junk. Mine died after about 9 months. Repaired by Bosch, died again after about 12 months. Repaired by Bosch again. I bought a porter Cable 20v because I could not wait for another repair. When this came back it was shelved. Had a tight spot broke the repaired driver out and after the third fastener it died again. The electronics unit died in my impact three times. Upset I shelved it and called Bosch after I finished my project. I was 1 week outside my 3 year warranty. So I could pay to have the driver fixed, the part is $50 + labor + shipping. It is cheaper to buy a new one. my Bosch drill is ok but the impact is complete junk. go DeWalt or porter Cable. You cannot afford this junk.

  12. bighands

    Ok I have had it a week now. I’am a electrician by day and so far it’s very good for what I do I have been using a ps20 for two yrs now still going (same batts). This ps41 works great on divices, fixtures,etc. I did put to the test this weekend in my shed on some shelves with 3″ screws did pretty good broke a P2+R2 bit drivimg in the screws. Only thing that needs to be ajusted is the trigger, need light before motor right now they both work at the same time kinda hard to get the bit in place whlie its turning with the light on, and a 1.5ah batt. would be nice for a little more run time,leds could be a little brighter.

  13. Hawaiian

    Wanted a small impact drill that has power. Boy was I blown away. This thing DRILLS!!! I use it for drilling hard or soft. Led lights are awesome. Placed perfectly for lighting up the work space. Helped family put up those security doors. You know those long one way 5 inch screws?? Ya pretty tough to drill. I pull out my little itty bitty Bosch powerhouse and they kinda giggled. They asked if that drill was powerful enough to drill those screws. I just said……… Watch!! With ease, it pushed those screws in like Buddah!!! Door went up and everyone askin where and how much was that drill!! Bosch customer for life!!

  14. Geo.

    I was looking at the Snap On 1/4 inch driver, but for over $220.00 with less power and features it was a no brainer. The Bosch tool is the way to go.

  15. JMor

    This is the greatest tool I have owned. Anyone that has borrowed it has gone out and bought one.

  16. jbirdfunk

    As others have said this tool is great and a driver a must have, I don’t know how I lived without a driver in the past. It just makes driving screws so much easier. This worked like a dream because of it’s power and light weight design… However, after about 6 months of using it moderately it is toast. It started acting up first by getting “stuck” when it should have started ratcheting/hammering and I would have to back out the screw and then re-drive it. It’s like it lost momentum or something. That lasted about 1 day before it now just clicks and sounds broken when I pull the trigger. It won’t twist anything now. I will try to return it to the store first and if they make me send it in for repair that will be annoying to be without it. I can’t help but think the build quality was just not as good as other options.

  17. Steve

    I have another impact driver but it is quite a bit larger and heavier than this one. I bought this one because I had a project with RTA cabinets and I needed a smaller and lighter driver to do some assembling inside the cabinets where space was tight. I bought this one and I am 100% happy with it. It is light and powerfull. One feature I like is that the battery is in the handle and doesn’t hang off the bottom like my other battery powered tools. I couldn’t be happier.

  18. JKyleP

    I bought this tool 2 years ago. I’m an automotive dealership technician and I’ve used this tool at least once a day, six days a week for 2 years. Both batteries included still hold a powerful charge. The tool works the same as the day I pulled it out of the box. After 2 years, the power of the tool is still surprising. Several other technicians in my shop have switched to Bosch 12v drills and impacts over the “tool truck” brands. The Bosch 12v tools outperform these tools at a fraction of the price. I even bought a second one, so now I have an impact screwdriver and wrench without switching bits.

  19. Gary D

    The impact driver has a lot of power for such a small package. I had originally purchased the Hitachi Drill and Impact Kit. The Hitachi was super under powered and struggled to loosen the smallest screws. I promptly returned the Hitachi set back to and purchased the Bosch ps-41. The amount of power the Bosch ps-41 has over the Hitachi is like night and day! The Bosch blows the Hitachi away in every aspect. The Bosch has the three ring led light around the end of the gun to light dark spaces. Some people have complained that the Bosch doesnt immediately start to spin when pulling the trigger, but this is actually a great design, you slightly pull the triggger and the 3 led lights come on and you can line up your work and get everything set and then pull back on the trigger a hair bit more and your in impact mode. Works great. I have used the Bosch for nuts and bolts on small engines, weedeaters, chainsaws, pushmower engines, removing spark plugs. It is a life saver not having to use a hand screwdriver or ratchet. The Battery lasts around a day with on nd off use throughout the day. It takes about 20 minutes to recharge the battery. I give this impact driver 5 stars and a must have tool

  20. Earingguy

    I already had the PS31 Drill and when I saw the PS41 on sale for $99 I couldn’t resist. They both use same batteries and charger, an added plus. So I went to my local and found out they were out of stock. The sales person suggested I order it on the Internet, so I went right home and ordered it. That was Sunday afternoon – they shipped it on Monday (free shipping) – I got it on Tuesday. Can’t beat that!

    This tool is very powerful for its size, you can drive sheet rock screws into wood until the head disappears ( No there is no practical reason to do this, but It proves the point).
    I am very happy with the tool and now I will be able to drive screws in tight spaces with plenty of power.

  21. Robbie

    By far the best tool I have. I work on cars, both in auto-body and mechanically… this thing speeds up production time SO much. (also saves the hands and arms from over-work) It’s still going strong after 3 years, and has worked flawlessly.

  22. JasonR

    Great power and battery life for 12V. I’m always surprised at how long the battery goes for. The indicator on the side is very nice. I use this over my 18V every time. Light weight, great power and comfortable grip make this fast and easy to use. The compact size allows it to fit almost anywhere. It’s small enough to hold under your arm, stuff in a big pocket or even rest it on a flat rung when on a ladder, but I would love a belt clip on this to make it that much easier to use. My most frequently used tool. I definitely recommend this driver over any other 12V out there.

  23. awan318

    This little drill has the power to do anything you are ever going to do and more. It beats the weight and size of an 18v, which can get heavy to lug around from project to project. A nice feature is the three LEDs on the face of the drill. They do an excellent job at lighting the object you are trying to drive. 

    There is one thing I wish they would add, however, and that is a battery that allows the tool to stand up and not fall over. Other than that nitpicking this tool is a great tool and would be a great helpful addition to any construction/woodworkers tool arsenal. 

  24. Portland Pop

    I originally baught this as a set (PS 21 and PS 41) for the PS 21 pocket driver. After spending 30 minites with the PS 41 impact driver I didn’t know how I ever lived without one. The impact driver screwed in whatever I threw at it without stripping the head. Even old, painted straight blade screws. It was rediculously light and small. Frankly I was blown away by the power it delivers using the ratcheting impact mode. I drove 3 inch screw right through boards. This did leave me with one delimma. What to do with the PS 21 pocket driver. I found myself going for the impact for every use. I did finally find a use for the pocket driver. Namely for driving in screws into pocket holes. It’s a blind drive and I wasn’t sure how much torguing the impact was doing and didn’t want to strip a screw. So the PS 21 has found a small niche. One of the challneges with the PS 21 is figuring out how much torque is being deliverd at a given number. The 1/4 inch driver is too small to hold still in the hand to asess torque. I ended up using a 1/4 “L” shaped allen wrench inserted into the drive to set torque.

    Incedentally I compared the 12v ps 41 tot he 18 volt impact driver and found little difference between the two in terms of method and effectiveness in screwing down 1 to 3 inch lag bolts. Interestingly for folks concerned about power I found that both impacts start ratcheting at the same time. WHile the 18 volt will keep on going until a 5 inch bolt is through the wood it comes at the expense of a slow and very noisy impact process for both tools. My realization was that the 18 volt impact isn’t worth the extra weight for me. I don’t want to endure long noisy ratcheting to get a big bolt torqued down. Instead I baught the 18 volt drill. When I want to turn a long lag bolt I use the drill as a driver. It’s much faster delivering continuous and quiet torque.

    So I ended up with two 12 volt drivers and a 18 volt Bosch drill and think I’ve found the best of both (all three) worlds.

  25. Ryan

    This compact impact driver is a great little tool to have around the garage. It has tackled almost everything I have thrown at it. The compact size allows you to get into those tight spots with ease. It’s light weight body and battery won’t tire out your arms when working overhead and its the perfect size for kids when they want to help.

    My only complaint is the lack of some sort of belt clip, hanger or holster. Its a little too big to fit in my pocket, so when I am working overhead, I need someone to hand me the tool or fumble around holding it up.

    The two batteries hold a charge for a long time, and they charge pretty quick. If you are doing a lot of light to medium duty fastening, these batteries will handle the task with ease.

  26. Andy

    It’s not waterproof . My drill got a little bit rain and stop working . It’s light and has good shape but water goes inside easily

  27. rick

    I have now bought 4 Bosch 12 volt corless drills in 3 years and the triggers function poorly and eventually burn out. These are for home use and not to be used for professionals. I use this everyday taking sheet metal screws out of panels. Two of the drills broke after the 1st year and one of them after 6 months. will not take them back but Bosch will fix them on the 3 year warranty. So why does Bosch have a 3 year warranty? guess.

  28. EcuEricB

    I’m a professional audio visual system installer and I have used this impact driver on the job nearly everyday for the last 5 years. I’m operating on the original batteries, charger and driver. This is a quality product made by Bosch and it has been there for me every time I use it. 12v tools are best for my field and I am a loyal fan of Bosch’s 12v line. I can’t wait to try the new brushless 12v offerings and the FlexiClick when upgrade time arrives. This impact driver will go to work for you every day and get you well worth the investment.

  29. dabuilder1

    I borrowed a friends Bosch 12v impact driver and was impressed with the power to drive 3″ deck screws into 2×4’s. This was an all day project and only had to swap the battery once. I ended up buying this driver and have used it on 7 construction projects over the past 1-1/2 years (shed, wood carts, planters, etc). Great performance driving deck screws in everything from doug fir, to pressure treated to OSB flooring. I do own several 18v drivers, but this Bosch 12v is now my go to driver due to the performance, compact size and fast charging.

  30. JFGHBUIRTKRN

    I am a mechanic at a chrysler dealership and this thing works great for interior work as well as light engine work.I have used it to take intake bolts and oil pan bolts off with no problems.The lights work well when working under dashes.I have the 10.8 volt driver and the batteries and charger interchange with this one.I hope this one is as tough as the ps-20 driver has been The small size is what sold me on this impact driver,it can get into some tight spots. No complaints yet.

  31. Code-Plus

    I have been using BOSCH 12 volt tools for over Five years. They are Great! Gets into tight spaces easily,
    Very lightweight, But All the power of any 18 volt drill I own. ( I currently have eight cordless drills from different manufacturers, and are all Top of the Line ) Why do I consistently Grab My BOSCH (S) ?
    I have been a cabinetmaker, Finish Carpenter, Builder, Etc.
    Being so light, and after developing arthritis, there is little fatigue at the end of a long day.
    They can even fit in my pocket if I’m on a ladder. The batteries Last Forever, Lithium Ion, Hold charge very well
    ( even If stored for a long while ) Quick Charge, Two batteries will last a full day of use and abuse.

  32. Jimbo

    It’s hard to believe that an impact this small can pack such a punch! This is the handiest tool i’ve ever owed. The handle is a little wide but really that’s my only complaint. I assumed the battery life would be poor due to its size but it actually lasts much longer than anticipated. I am impressed!

  33. Rich

    Drives as well as the big battery 18v drivers but gets into tight places they cannot, although battery life does suffer. Good thing it comes with 2.

  34. Electrician

    I bought this tool in the combo kit with the PS-21. I do use the PS-21 more often, but when I need to drive long screws or into tough material I use the PS-41 because the impact function takes all the torque off of me and keeps the bit in the screw head so that they don’t strip out.
    I also use it alot with sockets when putting together or taking apart equipment.
    For the jobs I do it has the power needed so I don’t use my yellow 18volt impact driver any more. The Bosch fits in my tool belt and the 18volt does not.
    The built in fuel gauge is nice, should be on all tools (or the batteries#
    The light ring is great #wish the PS-21 had it)

  35. T4patern

    Bought this a year ago when I was an employee with Hilti tools. I had an 18v Impact driver however wanted something lighter to work when doing jobs overhead. Since Hilti didn’t have a 12v line I went with Bosch, and boy was I happy. The two tools I use on every project is my combo square and this Bosch Impact driver. Also fits great in the tool belt, an added bonus when on a ladder. My Hilti has accumulated dust since the purchase of this Bosch. There’s simply no reason to use it. Bosch is not only performing better than Hilti, it’s at a better price point. Go Bosch, it’s all I buy from now on. And all this coming from a Hilti guy. Who would have thought.

  36. MG Medic

    I ordered this item online for in-store pickup. I opened it as soon as I arrived home only to find that it was in used condition. There was mud on the case and scratches and dents all over the housing. I returned it to and the replaced it without any difficulty. I have been using the new one without any problems.

  37. Daveg6

    I use this impact driver in a woodworking shop. It’s greatest feature is the variable speed which allows me to drive any size fastener without stripping or fear of splitting wood. The compact size and light weight are terrific. I have small hands and it fits me perfectly. The LED light at the front is superb for dimly lit places. It holds a charge for a long time. I find myself grabbing this instead of the 18 volt impact I also have for 95% of the tasks I have. There are no negatives to this product. I use it quite often with the PS-10-2A Maxi i-driver to form a potent 1-2 punch for drilling and driving. Highly Recommended!!

  38. Bobcat

    My only complaint is the trigger. When you first pull it there is a slight hesitation before it reacts. Under most circumstances this is not a problem, but I am a mechanic and when trying to break loose a stuck bolt, the quicker it turns on, the more effective the torque is. Besides this I love the impact. It is the perfect size for fitting in hard to reach spaces. The impact allows you to take flat blade, Phillips, Allen, and other fasteners loose that a normal screwdriver or wrench may round off. I wish the batteries would last a little longer, but for the size of the batteries, I would have expected a shorter run time. I would recommend this impact to anyone.

  39. Saturn

    I use this drill on a daily bases in rugged conditions. I have dropped it from a ladder 15′ ,I use it in the rain and snow and never once has it let me down(not recommended). It has plenty of power and the battery life is very good.I would recommend this to a friend for sure.

  40. Dan

    the switch on this unit is junk. Mine died after about 9 months. Repaired by Bosch, died again after about 12 months. Repaired by Bosch again. I bought a porter Cable 20v because I could not wait for another repair. When this came back it was shelved. Had a tight spot broke the repaired driver out and after the third fastener it died again. The electronics unit died in my impact three times. Upset I shelved it and called Bosch after I finished my project. I was 1 week outside my 3 year warranty. So I could pay to have the driver fixed, the part is $50 + labor + shipping. It is cheaper to buy a new one. my Bosch drill is ok but the impact is complete junk. go DeWalt or porter Cable. You cannot afford this junk.

  41. bighands

    Ok I have had it a week now. I’am a electrician by day and so far it’s very good for what I do I have been using a ps20 for two yrs now still going (same batts). This ps41 works great on divices, fixtures,etc. I did put to the test this weekend in my shed on some shelves with 3″ screws did pretty good broke a P2+R2 bit drivimg in the screws. Only thing that needs to be ajusted is the trigger, need light before motor right now they both work at the same time kinda hard to get the bit in place whlie its turning with the light on, and a 1.5ah batt. would be nice for a little more run time,leds could be a little brighter.

  42. Hawaiian

    Wanted a small impact drill that has power. Boy was I blown away. This thing DRILLS!!! I use it for drilling hard or soft. Led lights are awesome. Placed perfectly for lighting up the work space. Helped family put up those security doors. You know those long one way 5 inch screws?? Ya pretty tough to drill. I pull out my little itty bitty Bosch powerhouse and they kinda giggled. They asked if that drill was powerful enough to drill those screws. I just said……… Watch!! With ease, it pushed those screws in like Buddah!!! Door went up and everyone askin where and how much was that drill!! Bosch customer for life!!

  43. Geo.

    I was looking at the Snap On 1/4 inch driver, but for over $220.00 with less power and features it was a no brainer. The Bosch tool is the way to go.

  44. JMor

    This is the greatest tool I have owned. Anyone that has borrowed it has gone out and bought one.

  45. jbirdfunk

    As others have said this tool is great and a driver a must have, I don’t know how I lived without a driver in the past. It just makes driving screws so much easier. This worked like a dream because of it’s power and light weight design… However, after about 6 months of using it moderately it is toast. It started acting up first by getting “stuck” when it should have started ratcheting/hammering and I would have to back out the screw and then re-drive it. It’s like it lost momentum or something. That lasted about 1 day before it now just clicks and sounds broken when I pull the trigger. It won’t twist anything now. I will try to return it to the store first and if they make me send it in for repair that will be annoying to be without it. I can’t help but think the build quality was just not as good as other options.

  46. Steve

    I have another impact driver but it is quite a bit larger and heavier than this one. I bought this one because I had a project with RTA cabinets and I needed a smaller and lighter driver to do some assembling inside the cabinets where space was tight. I bought this one and I am 100% happy with it. It is light and powerfull. One feature I like is that the battery is in the handle and doesn’t hang off the bottom like my other battery powered tools. I couldn’t be happier.

  47. JKyleP

    I bought this tool 2 years ago. I’m an automotive dealership technician and I’ve used this tool at least once a day, six days a week for 2 years. Both batteries included still hold a powerful charge. The tool works the same as the day I pulled it out of the box. After 2 years, the power of the tool is still surprising. Several other technicians in my shop have switched to Bosch 12v drills and impacts over the “tool truck” brands. The Bosch 12v tools outperform these tools at a fraction of the price. I even bought a second one, so now I have an impact screwdriver and wrench without switching bits.

  48. Gary D

    The impact driver has a lot of power for such a small package. I had originally purchased the Hitachi Drill and Impact Kit. The Hitachi was super under powered and struggled to loosen the smallest screws. I promptly returned the Hitachi set back to and purchased the Bosch ps-41. The amount of power the Bosch ps-41 has over the Hitachi is like night and day! The Bosch blows the Hitachi away in every aspect. The Bosch has the three ring led light around the end of the gun to light dark spaces. Some people have complained that the Bosch doesnt immediately start to spin when pulling the trigger, but this is actually a great design, you slightly pull the triggger and the 3 led lights come on and you can line up your work and get everything set and then pull back on the trigger a hair bit more and your in impact mode. Works great. I have used the Bosch for nuts and bolts on small engines, weedeaters, chainsaws, pushmower engines, removing spark plugs. It is a life saver not having to use a hand screwdriver or ratchet. The Battery lasts around a day with on nd off use throughout the day. It takes about 20 minutes to recharge the battery. I give this impact driver 5 stars and a must have tool

  49. Earingguy

    I already had the PS31 Drill and when I saw the PS41 on sale for $99 I couldn’t resist. They both use same batteries and charger, an added plus. So I went to my local and found out they were out of stock. The sales person suggested I order it on the Internet, so I went right home and ordered it. That was Sunday afternoon – they shipped it on Monday (free shipping) – I got it on Tuesday. Can’t beat that!

    This tool is very powerful for its size, you can drive sheet rock screws into wood until the head disappears ( No there is no practical reason to do this, but It proves the point).
    I am very happy with the tool and now I will be able to drive screws in tight spaces with plenty of power.

  50. Robbie

    By far the best tool I have. I work on cars, both in auto-body and mechanically… this thing speeds up production time SO much. (also saves the hands and arms from over-work) It’s still going strong after 3 years, and has worked flawlessly.

  51. JasonR

    Great power and battery life for 12V. I’m always surprised at how long the battery goes for. The indicator on the side is very nice. I use this over my 18V every time. Light weight, great power and comfortable grip make this fast and easy to use. The compact size allows it to fit almost anywhere. It’s small enough to hold under your arm, stuff in a big pocket or even rest it on a flat rung when on a ladder, but I would love a belt clip on this to make it that much easier to use. My most frequently used tool. I definitely recommend this driver over any other 12V out there.

  52. awan318

    This little drill has the power to do anything you are ever going to do and more. It beats the weight and size of an 18v, which can get heavy to lug around from project to project. A nice feature is the three LEDs on the face of the drill. They do an excellent job at lighting the object you are trying to drive. 

    There is one thing I wish they would add, however, and that is a battery that allows the tool to stand up and not fall over. Other than that nitpicking this tool is a great tool and would be a great helpful addition to any construction/woodworkers tool arsenal. 

  53. Portland Pop

    I originally baught this as a set (PS 21 and PS 41) for the PS 21 pocket driver. After spending 30 minites with the PS 41 impact driver I didn’t know how I ever lived without one. The impact driver screwed in whatever I threw at it without stripping the head. Even old, painted straight blade screws. It was rediculously light and small. Frankly I was blown away by the power it delivers using the ratcheting impact mode. I drove 3 inch screw right through boards. This did leave me with one delimma. What to do with the PS 21 pocket driver. I found myself going for the impact for every use. I did finally find a use for the pocket driver. Namely for driving in screws into pocket holes. It’s a blind drive and I wasn’t sure how much torguing the impact was doing and didn’t want to strip a screw. So the PS 21 has found a small niche. One of the challneges with the PS 21 is figuring out how much torque is being deliverd at a given number. The 1/4 inch driver is too small to hold still in the hand to asess torque. I ended up using a 1/4 “L” shaped allen wrench inserted into the drive to set torque.

    Incedentally I compared the 12v ps 41 tot he 18 volt impact driver and found little difference between the two in terms of method and effectiveness in screwing down 1 to 3 inch lag bolts. Interestingly for folks concerned about power I found that both impacts start ratcheting at the same time. WHile the 18 volt will keep on going until a 5 inch bolt is through the wood it comes at the expense of a slow and very noisy impact process for both tools. My realization was that the 18 volt impact isn’t worth the extra weight for me. I don’t want to endure long noisy ratcheting to get a big bolt torqued down. Instead I baught the 18 volt drill. When I want to turn a long lag bolt I use the drill as a driver. It’s much faster delivering continuous and quiet torque.

    So I ended up with two 12 volt drivers and a 18 volt Bosch drill and think I’ve found the best of both (all three) worlds.

  54. Ryan

    This compact impact driver is a great little tool to have around the garage. It has tackled almost everything I have thrown at it. The compact size allows you to get into those tight spots with ease. It’s light weight body and battery won’t tire out your arms when working overhead and its the perfect size for kids when they want to help.

    My only complaint is the lack of some sort of belt clip, hanger or holster. Its a little too big to fit in my pocket, so when I am working overhead, I need someone to hand me the tool or fumble around holding it up.

    The two batteries hold a charge for a long time, and they charge pretty quick. If you are doing a lot of light to medium duty fastening, these batteries will handle the task with ease.

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