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    Bosch’s NA site doesn’t make distinction between stall torque and running torque, so what you see is higher of the two which is stall torque. Their UK site lists both and it’s actually quite interesting.

    The brushed brute tough drill has 85 / 42 Nm of torque, whereas the brushless has 75 / 47 Nm. So while you have less stall torque, there’s more running torque. Less impressive on paper, but more useful in reality.

    I might be learning something new here. Never knew these torque distinctions. Could you link to one of the comparable Bosch Euro/UK tools mentioned here in this thread and its related NA model # @jzmtl? Bosch has so many drils, I wouldn’t know where to start, and if you know your way easily around there, it would greatly be appreciated.

    I also wonder how honest/accurate and comparable these ratings are from one manufacturer to another. I learned years ago about how the HP ratings on some tools like vacs for example was largely a bunch of Malarkey. Is it the same maybe with these drill ratings between one manufacturer and another? I honestly don’t know.

    At more than a dozen drills now with Bosch I’ve aquired since last year, I’m comfortable within their rating system and using their tools I am getting what I expect from them. Comparing to competitors for me is not something I need to know, but I am curious.

    I don’t know the model number equivalent either lol, I just look at the photos and figure out which is which.

    Here’s HDH181, https://shop.bosch-professional.com/gb/en/product/cordless-combi-gsb-18-ve-2-li–34754

    HDH183: https://shop.bosch-professional.com/gb/en/product/cordless-combi-gsb-18-ve-ec–39505

    Look under technical data section.

    Thanks for the links, wow some great information about the two models,
    I will definitely be picking one up,
    I really like my HDH181, but the newer HDS183 looks like they put in some great improvements.

    #574097
    Austin
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    Covington, KY
    #574112
    Doobie
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    http://pressroom.boschtools.com/news-releases?item=122550

    That answers a few things. Thanks for posting that Austin. 👍

    #574425
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    http://pressroom.boschtools.com/news-releases?item=122550

    That answers a few things. Thanks for posting that Austin.

    Except when we can expect to see them in NA. Hopefully soon. They sound like big improvements over the current models.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #574447
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    Bosch na on their instagram told me fall so I would think sometime next month they will be ready for purchase

    #574887
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Bosch na on their instagram told me fall so I would think sometime next month they will be ready for purchase

    Really that would be nice. Great news if it holds up.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #574919
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Bosch na on their instagram told me fall so I would think sometime next month they will be ready for purchase

    Which year? 😩

    Lol! 😁😁

    #577108

    It can’t be too long now. The Tools In Action guys did a review:

    #577144
    jzmtl
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    Montreal, QC

    I thought the DDS183 was already out?

    #577158
    Doobie
    Moderator

    It can’t be too long now. The Tools In Action guys did a review:

    Why do those two bozos get tools before others. Sheesh!

    #577177
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    Those are the compacts dds and has. They have been out for like a month now. The hdh and ddh are the heavy duty ones that are coming.

    #577195
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    I tested them at the world of concrete – I definitely want to add those to my arsenal – also because of the “Röhm”-Chuck or here called metal chuck. and the anti kick back.

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    #577199

    Those are the compacts dds and has. They have been out for like a month now. The hdh and ddh are the heavy duty ones that are coming.

    Thanks for clarifying.

    It can’t be too long now. The Tools In Action guys did a review:

    Why do those two bozos get tools before others. Sheesh!

    Indeed!

    #577270
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    It can’t be too long now. The Tools In Action guys did a review:

    Why do those two bozos get tools before others. Sheesh!

    Because their videos generate a lot of views. Like them or not people watch and the tools get exposure.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #577287

    Those are the compacts dds and has. They have been out for like a month now. The hdh and ddh are the heavy duty ones that are coming.

    Can’t wait, I definitely want the hdh, the dds183 is on the list, but as you mentioned that’s the compact right?

    #577290
    r-ice
    Pro
    Durham region, ON

    It can’t be too long now. The Tools In Action guys did a review:

    Why do those two bozos get tools before others. Sheesh!

    Because their videos generate a lot of views. Like them or not people watch and the tools get exposure.

    yup its all about eyeballs and how many of them can get the viewers, they do seo well and if you search a tool they have reviewed, you will see it pop up on youtube first.

    #577323
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I tested them at the world of concrete – I definitely want to add those to my arsenal – also because of the “Röhm”-Chuck or here called metal chuck. and the anti kick back.

    That’s why I jumped on the current non-brushless model when I saw it on clearance recently at basically 60% off. That Kickback Control will be a nice feature for certain tasks.

    #577353
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    It can’t be too long now. The Tools In Action guys did a review:

    Why do those two bozos get tools before others. Sheesh!

    Because their videos generate a lot of views. Like them or not people watch and the tools get exposure.

    yup its all about eyeballs and how many of them can get the viewers, they do seo well and if you search a tool they have reviewed, you will see it pop up on youtube first.

    Meh it’s more entertainment than anything. Kinda like watching top gear for deciding on which car to buy

    #594970
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    Fyi the ddh183 and hdh183 are now available. They come in a kit with the newest fast charger and 2 4ah batteries

    #594982
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    and maybe just a matter of time that we gonna see them as a bare tool too

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