⚡️Bosch kickback control in action😎👍 Cool Tools in action!

Mar 25, 2021
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  • А зачем тряхнул его ? В чем фишка ?!

    Владимир ИскричВладимир ИскричHour ago
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    Adrian FuentesAdrian Fuentes3 hours ago
  • Garbage

    king grundking grund18 hours ago
  • Wao q inteligente

    Abraham PaniaguaAbraham Paniagua2 days ago
  • Save yourself a broken wrist, very smart 👍

    Deegan 777Deegan 7772 days ago
    • But I also thought about the fact that you still need to drive the darn thing in. I guess that's what a 20lb sledge is for😉

      Deegan 777Deegan 77721 minute ago
  • Cute, a drill for the more feminine construction worker...comes with a tampon holder😅🤦‍♂️

    George HabeebGeorge Habeeb2 days ago
  • What the hell

    BrandenBranden2 days ago
  • เป็นระบบ เซฟตี้ ครับ

    NENG NengNENG Neng3 days ago
  • Boy would that have came in handy about 2 weeks ago when I was trying to use a hole cutter with my drill and it decided to grab onto the wood and break my wrist

    Ty ScottTy Scott3 days ago
  • Just use an impact driver

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    Whitecross CourierWhitecross Courier4 days ago
  • Why is it binding in the first place? I've never had this happen

    Basik VidsBasik Vids4 days ago
    • Try a real large paddle bit through wood

      BarbatioBarbatioDay ago
    • It happens going through thick enough steel

      pmakfptpmakfptDay ago
  • ?🤔

    Jairo Luis RodriguezJairo Luis Rodriguez4 days ago
  • I still don’t get it. Can someone explain it to me

    esmeralda vegaesmeralda vega4 days ago
  • It snaps the wrist first..That's not a good odd. If you advertise it's safe, then make it safe??? There is toooooo much play before the drill shuts off!! Look at how far his wrist turned before the drill turns off... There are to many options out there today with CLUTCH OPTIONS ON THEM, TO SLIP PAST THE TORQUE THAT BREAKS BONES !!!

    Lance GlecoLance Gleco4 days ago
  • Hilti had this feature like forever ago.

    Pieter VenterPieter Venter5 days ago
    • No1 giving you that credit

      Jared CavyJared Cavy3 days ago
  • Useless

    Vihree LinjaVihree Linja5 days ago
  • Can I get it as a pair with the impact

    Brandon AtkinsBrandon Atkins5 days ago
  • Not when you have to use a 2 speed drill to auger a 5/8 hole in power poles.

    Dillon JacksonDillon Jackson6 days ago
  • Чё там шероскоп встроен?

    Shauka HodanShauka Hodan6 days ago
  • I use an impact to drill.... I like it 😍😍😍

    Jonathon HarlanJonathon Harlan6 days ago
  • Perfect for Californians

    Bastion OnlyBastion Only6 days ago
  • Чё там шероскоп встроен?

    aola wiliaola wili6 days ago
  • This is to help Harry homeowners not fall off their roof when they are driving lag bolts to hold up a bird feeder.

    Leland HoltonLeland Holton6 days ago
    • is Harry the male equivalent of a Karen?

      Chance Kiel MendozaChance Kiel Mendoza3 days ago
    • Are you trying to gatekeep drills Leland? Lol

      Kaka PepeKaka Pepe6 days ago
    • they're definitely not on the top of the list

      Shauka HodanShauka Hodan6 days ago
  • And it will fit in your purse🤣🤣🤣

    Eric PurdueEric Purdue6 days ago
  • At least some of Milwaukee's drills have this exact feature.

    Preston SteelePreston Steele6 days ago
    • Milwaukee lol. The glock of power tools. Fan boy garbage.

      David JohnsonDavid Johnson3 days ago
    • Don't go shooting any guns there mister.

      aola wiliaola wili6 days ago
  • Самое смешное что когда прадавцам обясняеш что есть такой датчик в шурупаверт каторый берегет тебе кисть от выварачивания, то они на тебя смотрят как на дебила и не верят.

    niko Komsomolskniko Komsomolsk6 days ago
  • Хороший и мощный шурупаверт 4 года пользуюсь красата но надо патрон менять сверла плоха стал держать.

    niko Komsomolskniko Komsomolsk6 days ago
  • Pussys

    Caden RileyCaden Riley7 days ago
  • Insulso ese manejo

    Omar GarciaOmar Garcia7 days ago
  • えっ??

    ふにゃ太郎ふにゃ太郎7 days ago
  • Kinda late tbh

    Gage CappsGage Capps7 days ago
  • Is it safe ?

    Ian Abu BakarIan Abu Bakar7 days ago
  • for those with incredibly weak wrists and elbows

    Standing BearStanding Bear7 days ago
  • You proved to me that if I get shook it will turn off. How about you take a dull drill bit that is way too big for that drill like a 2 in paddle dull it to all hell and see if it breaks your wrist or not that would be proof. And if that's the function you're showing all drills have that if you pay over $100 for it pretty sure even Ryobi has that as a stock feature now.

    Ian ChristainsonIan Christainson7 days ago
  • Yeah I just my hand like that once... fking sucks.

    Excel DetailExcel Detail7 days ago
  • But it still has to wring your wrist before it switches off???

    I reckon I can build thatI reckon I can build that7 days ago
  • Why would you put a ty wrap on the drill? Purpose?

    Katsudon VinceKatsudon Vince7 days ago
  • No real tradesman needs this feature but then again no real tradesman is going to purchase a Bosch drill they do make some quality things but when I think of quality drills they're definitely not on the top of the list

    Jared PinkardJared Pinkard7 days ago
    • You are actually attempting to gatekeep drills....

      Kaka PepeKaka Pepe6 days ago
  • 5 years and 2 wrist surgeries too late for me😆

    Badger Vic FunkBadger Vic Funk7 days ago
  • Qo‘tog‘ni xam tushunmadim nima qildi bu o‘zi

    Икболжон АзимовИкболжон Азимов7 days ago
  • Don't go shooting any guns there mister.

    xxskitsxx15xxskitsxx158 days ago
  • hilti have done this for a while

    Ricki OdonovanRicki Odonovan8 days ago
  • Yup could have helped me avoid two weeks of "vacation" a few years ago :)

    Philippe SoaresPhilippe Soares8 days ago
    • @Hunter Mcmurray ah got it hole saw,its pretty dangerous esp with hi speed drilling 🙄

      audy suryaaudy surya4 days ago
    • @audy surya sometimes when you are drilling a hole, especially with a hole saw it can catch and really torque

      Hunter McmurrayHunter Mcmurray5 days ago
    • Why not using impact screwdiver instead Bud?

      audy suryaaudy surya7 days ago
  • 🔫✋✊☠️

    mrmechrivmrmechriv8 days ago
  • I used to wonder why mine did this until I used an old sds haha

    D SD S8 days ago
  • I have an old school Bosch hammer drill and it drills through ANYTHING! Only problem is if it binds and you accidentally hit the trigger lock, OOOOOOH NOOOOOOO! I need to buy a newer model like this one!

    shaun huckabeeshaun huckabee8 days ago
  • you broke the machine

    NIA-Bot니아봇NIA-Bot니아봇8 days ago
  • Lol someone's gonna have a bad day when they try to drill start there mower with that

    IsThatASupra?IsThatASupra?8 days ago
  • For this reason I usually use the torque limiter thing but this is way nicer! Although I can't really talk from experience since I don't really drill large, deep holes that often but the torque limiter works fine for small drills to prevent them from snapping!

    Tim CordesTim Cordes8 days ago
  • I own the 18v brushless brute tough version of this. Highly capable and very smooth running drill. Bosch wins again!

    Front Line finish carpentryFront Line finish carpentry8 days ago
  • This was made for weaklings with little limp wrists.

    BassturdBassturd8 days ago
  • Unpopular opinion: I want that wrist breaking torque so I don’t have to lug around a hole hog.

    Isaac HowardIsaac Howard9 days ago
  • Never had this problem. If I am using large bits, I use a real drill.

    Geralt of RiviaGeralt of Rivia9 days ago
  • I find it really annoying and funny every time a new safety feature is added it’s then not manly or only for weak people. For example power steering when it was released so many people said it was stupid and only for weak people and weren’t real men if you had it. Or umbrellas which were seen as only for woman so men would just get wet.

    Evan HartmannEvan Hartmann9 days ago
  • Gay

    forest gumpforest gump9 days ago
  • The cable tie was a bit extreme 😂

    CharlieCharlie10 days ago
    • @BarneyGumble but here they are making the comments anyway

      Eric PorterEric Porter8 days ago
    • It was just to show that he wasn't holding and letting off the trigger, and that it actually cut itself out. He wasn't being extra, just preemptively dealing with comments some people would make otherwise

      BarneyGumbleBarneyGumble8 days ago
  • ! HOLY TITTY SHITS! Where was this when I discovered that I am not tougher than my drill with one arm?! I felt like I broke my damn wrist hitting a knot white drilling 3 inch holes.

    damon2772nomaddamon2772nomad10 days ago
  • Tech does help, but brain is the best tool

    Alan XuAlan Xu10 days ago
  • Bosch drills - taking the flick outta the wrist since 2020

    KibaeKibae10 days ago
    • Agreed

      Digdug DonkeyDigdug Donkey16 hours ago
    • This is art sir

      lol blyat this channellol blyat this channel4 days ago
  • What

  • If you aren't strong enough to not break ur wrist on a drill don't do construction

    RickRick10 days ago
    • @Zul Azlan whatever dude plot twist there is no feature that little 20v battery just died after 15 seconds of drilling. Dude I've literally never seen anyone in my whole life drop a drill cause it kicks a little bit u gotta be kidding me man if ur not strong enough I have a trick I tell my little guys. TAKE UR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER WHEN IT KICKS

      RickRickDay ago
    • @Rick I have heard a story from my ex-coworker about a poor construction worker with a tough physique that was diagnosed as brain-dead few days after falling from the ladder whilst doing rooftop installtion, head hit the ground first. And not all construction workers have muscular bodies or being a gym/sports freak; most workers that I know have either small or medium physique. And power tools are not cheap either; once it falls to thd ground after being thrown away from its owner due to kickback reaction (I have seen that) then that's it. Gone forever and probably you'll have to replace it with the new ones. So again thank you bosch for coming with this feature

      Zul AzlanZul AzlanDay ago
    • Oh im on a roll and if you don't use shitty tools they won't kick u get what u pay for.

      RickRick2 days ago
    • Oh and 3rd most people commenting on here saying oh man thanks so much this is so cool, are people that don't work in construction. 4th, any drill strong enough to crank my wrist or anyone else's (most on my crew are strong guys we do concrete) has a handle on the side of it too just for that so as long as ur holding with 2 hands but that's with a 60-80v drilling into concrete

      RickRick2 days ago
    • @Zul Azlan first of all, yeah, that's the whole reason I can control it is through years of long hard work, second I literally don't see that ziptie or whatever he's doing do anything it still turns 120 degrees enough to crank ur wrist lmao

      RickRick2 days ago
  • I from texas the land of the big and thick would never need this on a normal drill

    That BossThat Boss10 days ago
    • @Kaka Pepe try a gym dont be mad at me the grip resistance is cheap get your broke ass 1 build up that confidence you might be able to tell someone shut up in person instead of online no need to be offended just because you are tiny petite girls like a petite guy sometimes take that energy to them little guy

      That BossThat Boss2 days ago
    • @That Boss shut up

      Kaka PepeKaka Pepe6 days ago
    • @Jake Mangiola its good for tiny wrist people that dont use their whole body at one point i worked out my forearms built up grip strength and wrist muscles

      That BossThat Boss9 days ago
    • What u mean

      Jake MangiolaJake Mangiola10 days ago
  • Bosch is garbage.

    pasha houstonpasha houston10 days ago
  • Hilti had this for ages

    WhyIsRumGoneWhyIsRumGone10 days ago
  • I can hold my dewalt 230v drill steady drilling tru 12mm stainless steel. Even when it blocks. You have to be a man for that 🤣🤣🙈🙈

    Reynier R.AReynier R.A10 days ago
    • Most of binding occur when drilling hard wood or when drilling through concrete (and the drill bit getting stuck to the rebar). Bosch probably consulted with the trades association within Germany before coming with this feature

      Zul AzlanZul Azlan2 days ago
    • @Echo they def do tho

      The forestThe forest8 days ago
    • Or dewalt can’t put out any torque lol

      EchoEcho9 days ago
  • So you added a level clutch. And added 100 more $ to the price tag. If you can't handle a little drill torque . Don't be a construction worker

    David GillardDavid Gillard10 days ago
  • Датчик на выкручивание руки? Нормально, че.

    Борис БорщБорис Борщ10 days ago
  • Why?

    Jon AmaralJon Amaral11 days ago
  • stupid

    Mr HoaxMr Hoax11 days ago
  • nice bosch!

    ErebosErebos11 days ago
  • For girls with no wrist muscles and that would be the worst in the work place

    Scott PatersonScott Paterson11 days ago
  • cordless drills nowaday are very powerful, i have the most powerful drill that you could buy in 2006, its not a problem when drilling because its very weak now in comparison, but then i thought it was amazing. its a problem now, i think there is no use to buy a corded drill at this time, and this feature is extremely useful when you dirll or screw at max power up in a ladder, if you arent cofident it could deastroy a wrist

    Stefano DStefano D11 days ago
    • @Ryan yes i was referring to drills 300-500 bucks. i think corded drills are useless because for me are useless. i oftenly weld and cut steel, good cordless drill are amazing. and i oftenly install external recording systems, cordless are invincible, i can drill thousands of 6-8mm holes in concrete with a single charge, and i can work on the ladder without cables. when working in wood, unless im working with 70cm long bits, corded are useless for me, spending money in a good a light corde hammer drill is indeed a good option, like when i have to drill through a concrete wall to install an air conditioner, there are tons of tools for any range of workers, a corded drills are for beginners cause are cheap, but some high end drills are expensive, but i can agree that for some type of work are worth buying, everything you said is correct,but i need other tools than you. its amazing isnt it? there is a lot of choice out there :)

      Stefano DStefano D8 days ago
    • @Stefano D most cordless are have a hammer drill setting anyways. I'm just saying that a cordless drill is not a great option for most stuff that requires a lot of drilling. Like building a raised garden on a hills with stacked 4x4s or 6x6s your going to have to drill a ton of holes a few feet through wood for rebar or what ever your using for support. You can definitely drill a few holes using a cordless but you will run out of batteries well before the jobs done unless you spent 300-500 on batteries (some people do) I'm just saying corded drills will always have a place because they are stronger and more reliable than a cordless.

      RyanRyan8 days ago
    • @Ryan if i need heavy duty i dont buy a corded drill, i buy a hammer drill

      Stefano DStefano D8 days ago
    • Corded drills will always have more power. I have the newest cordless drills because of their convenience but when you need real consistent torque for long periods corded is king. Unless you have a shit ton of lithium batteries laying around...

      RyanRyan8 days ago

    SAR DawgSAR Dawg11 days ago
  • ????

    hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa11 days ago
  • 🤦

    Константин ТакировКонстантин Такиров11 days ago
  • It looks like it would have stopped after you already broke your wrist if it wasn’t a forced demonstration lol

    James EdwardJames Edward11 days ago
  • Kickback made men men. Don’t millennial our tools. You have a hammer that doesn’t hit your finger or a tape measure that isn’t off by a 1/16th? Get out of here.

    AndrewAndrew11 days ago
    • Now thats a meet feature

      hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa11 days ago
  • I have no idea what it just did but cool

    Jacob MurphyJacob Murphy11 days ago
    • it stopped drilling, if it didn't it would spin your wrist and that's not fun

      Phill, just PhillPhill, just Phill8 days ago
  • Y eso que

    mractive382mractive38211 days ago
  • Why can’t you squeeze the trigger with your finger? 😂 zip tie

    Runaway JimRunaway Jim11 days ago
    • To show he didn't let go of the trigger.

      Griffin PhilemonGriffin Philemon11 days ago
  • Best battery drill I own. Never twist a wrist. Bosch makes great tools.

    Jason JudsonJason Judson11 days ago
  • Kick back control. That’s fantastic. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Controlled fuckall really Is that what the cable tie was for. So you didn’t drop it. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Again as pointless as the clip. Fucking kick back control 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣WTActualF

    MckJimmyMckJimmy11 days ago
  • Broken wrist right there

    bikramjit singhbikramjit singh11 days ago
  • Save

    Daniel PostDaniel Post11 days ago
  • I would simply not have weak wrists....

    AtvsrawsomeAtvsrawsome11 days ago
    • @Atvsrawsome a little boys wrist yea.

      Antony LopezAntony Lopez8 days ago
    • @Perrine Kld I was joking, I know they have a ton of power and can hurt your wrists.

      AtvsrawsomeAtvsrawsome8 days ago
    • Than try to drill on a ladder with extended arm and fancy wrist position

      Perrine KldPerrine Kld9 days ago
  • Imagine not using snap on 💀 how ghetto 🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️

    Nick GardnerNick Gardner11 days ago
  • Kinda seems redundant on a drill that small

    Darryn LackeyDarryn Lackey11 days ago
  • Huga huga ga ga gu ga 😎

    miqkhailQhaikal SyameermiqkhailQhaikal Syameer12 days ago
  • If y'all need this then you weak af. 🤣👌

    George WashingtonGeorge Washington12 days ago
  • اشلووون

    حسوني حسونيحسوني حسوني12 days ago
  • Now thats a meet feature

    Rodney OwensRodney Owens12 days ago
  • И где фишка?

    maxim gagarinmaxim gagarin12 days ago
  • I’m confused looks like a pile if it’s not supposed to torque

    Cody SmithCody Smith12 days ago
  • No thank you. I need my drill to power through whatever I'm drilling. Sometimes drills get hung up. Don't be a sissy

    Salty BonerSalty Boner12 days ago
    • @Salty Boner you don‘t drill on ladder? what a sissy you are

      Dod ManDod Man10 days ago
    • @Hecki 01 ladders are inherently dangerous so I do my drilling on the ground.. if I need to drill in the air I use a lift or a mag drill. Hopefully one day you will remember there is a right tool for every job.

      Salty BonerSalty Boner12 days ago
    • Hopefully youll remember this once a drill knocks you off a ladder for example

      Hecki 01Hecki 0112 days ago
  • Gotta know when to let go mr homeowner.

    Car ParkCar Park12 days ago
  • 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 inutile...

    john dojohn do12 days ago
  • Im missing sonething here?

    Dean ClarkDean Clark12 days ago
    • Ok thanks

      Dean ClarkDean Clark8 days ago
    • @Dean Clark the zip tie is to show that it was the drill cutting out when he spun it, and not him just letting go of the trigger

      BarneyGumbleBarneyGumble8 days ago
    • @Ryan yes i have had a drill kick back but i was depressing the trigger at the time so i fail to see what wrapping a wire tie around the trigger does thats all

      Dean ClarkDean Clark11 days ago
    • The drill cuts off if it feels the drill rotate too fast, like when the bit binds and tries to break your wrist. If you used a drill you would know its not fun.

      RyanRyan11 days ago
    • Me too

      music queenmusic queen11 days ago
  • Hilti👍

    Dawid CzechDawid Czech12 days ago
  • Yeah using a 1” paddle but with an extension will trip this thing all the time. That’s awesome. My wrist hurts thinking about that

    Stephen BrewerStephen Brewer12 days ago
    • @x not true. Any good paddle or auger bit will chew through nails for the most part. Coming from being an electrician for years, I know from personally doing it. It’s the few times that it don’t have the battery or you have it in low speed and it catches thy hurts

      Stephen BrewerStephen Brewer3 days ago
    • @Stephen Brewer in which case you weren't going to drill through that anyways and this thing just saved your wrist

      xx3 days ago
    • @BarneyGumble I know drilling with a 1 or 1.5” paddle bit and hitting a nail will lock one down real quick.

      Stephen BrewerStephen Brewer12 days ago
    • It's based off rotation of the drill, not if the bit is binding. If the bit is binding and you've got the strength to keep the drill in place it'll keep on drilling. If you don't have the strength to hold it still it'll stop the rotation before it cracks you in the jaw. Sounds like a win win. I personally own 4 Bosch tools with this feature and have never once tripped it on any of them

      BarneyGumbleBarneyGumble12 days ago