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  • #572627
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    https://youtu.be/GG_KNNAUhwc boschs new brushless drills @madman_us

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    #572633

    How is the dds183 different from the 182?

    Aren’t they both brushless?

    #572635
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    This here are the new drill driver with and without hammermode, out of the brute tough series.
    they have anti kick back (renamed from active response technology)
    with EMP and with metal chuck. In Germany this chuck is called “Röhm-“chuck.
    the front metal piece of the chuck does not rotate with the drill/chuck.
    so when you touch the workpiece with the chuck is does not scratch the workpiece or chuck.

    the DDS183 and 182 are pretty much the same. besides of the 183 has a different design, anti kick back, metal chuck and both have EC motor.

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    #572636
    jzmtl
    Pro
    Montreal, QC

    How is the dds183 different from the 182?

    Aren’t they both brushless?

    Looks like kickback control, metal chuck lower gear reduction and a metal gear case. Not sure if this succeeds the HDH drills, or is a new intermediate model.

    #572637
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    How is the dds183 different from the 182?

    Aren’t they both brushless?

    The dds is the compact line, less power and smaller

    What is a real let down is the torque. 663 inch pounds of torque? Are you kidding me. The old hdh181 has 750. All other major brands have at least 1000. Even most of the other diy brands have more power than that. This is a big step backwards.

    #572639
    jzmtl
    Pro
    Montreal, QC

    How is the dds183 different from the 182?

    Aren’t they both brushless?

    The dds is the compact line, less power and smaller

    What is a real let down is the torque. 663 inch pounds of torque? Are you kidding me. The old hdh181 has 750. All other major brands have at least 1000. Even most of the other diy brands have more power than that. This is a big step backwards.

    Ha, was that youtube comment from you?

    We’ll have to see if this actually replaces the HDH or a new intermediary model, although I’m leaning towards the latter. Bosch only has a few models compare to bazillon from other brands, so maybe they want to diverse a bit.

    #572640
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    Yeah it was me, I really want a big powerful drill that can turn some big hole saws no problem

    #572641
    Doobie
    Moderator

    How is the dds183 different from the 182?

    Aren’t they both brushless?

    Neither are depicted in the video or are the previous non-brushless version of the DDH183 or HDH183 brushless drills with what they formerly called Active Response Technology (A.R.T.) and according to the video are now simply calling KickBack Control. Their corresponding predecessors would be the DDH181X and its hammer drill brother HDH181X.

    I just bought a DDH181X this week on clearance for about 40% of its pre-clearance price.

    #572644
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    I just bought a DDH181X this week on clearance for about 40% of its pre-clearance price.

    You needed another drill, right?

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    #572654
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I just bought a DDH181X this week on clearance for about 40% of its pre-clearance price.

    You needed another drill, right?

    Yep! I was gettin the shakes! 😉

    I actually wasn’t planning on it, but I was familiar with that model and couldn’t pass up such a good price on it. That ART/KickBack Control is what I didn’t have in a drill that I really wanted.

    The only other drill I would kinda like is one with hammer action. My smallest hammer is a Bosch SDS-Plus Bulldog. Be nice to have a smaller one kickin around.

    #572659
    kswiss
    Pro
    edmonton, AB

    This is the Bosch we’ve been waiting for. Hopefully we’ll see some more awesome new tools released soon

    #572660
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    They changed the term to Anti Kickback Control from Active Response Technology because of I believe patent rights or something like that.
    I could need a brute tough drill – don’t have one yet from that series.

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    #572661
    Doobie
    Moderator

    This is the Bosch we’ve been waiting for. Hopefully we’ll see some more awesome new tools released soon

    I haven’t seen either the press release nor can I find the product pages for either of them.

    How did you come accross the video @Masterbosch ?

    #572666
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    I follow bosch power tools YouTube channel @doobie

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    #572670
    Doobie
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    I follow bosch power tools YouTube channel @doobie

    Didn’t realize they had one, but it makes sense.

    #572718
    58Chev
    Pro
    Etobicoke, ON

    boschs new brushless drills madman_us

    Nice find @masterbosch. Lets hope that Bosch starts to bombard the market with their new line up.

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    #572728
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Interesting video Thank you for posting MB. Not sure I am for the reduction in power though.

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    Fayetteville, NC

    #572806
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I don’t get the power loss comments. It’s like 6.5% less than its predecessors and that’s likely because they are now brushless. It’s nothing.

    #572818
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    I don’t get the power loss comments. It’s like 6.5% less than its predecessors and that’s likely because they are now brushless. It’s nothing.

    its more power loss than that. And even if it as only 6% it’s still backwards. When every other competitors came out with their top of the line brushless it made a big jump in power. The latest brushless fuel that is out literally has twice the power.

    #572832
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I don’t get the power loss comments. It’s like 6.5% less than its predecessors and that’s likely because they are now brushless. It’s nothing.

    its more power loss than that. And even if it as only 6% it’s still backwards.

    I’ve seen this with other brushless upgrades that Bosch has done. A slight loss of torque when they go brushless.

    The latest brushless fuel that is out literally has twice the power.

    I’ve not been lucky with Milwaukee drills. They tend to have issues in my experience. All but one of the five Milwaukee drills I’ve owned have had problems. Really not looking at getting any more of their stuff.

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