New Bosch 12V Max PS11 Angle Drill/Driver Delivers Speed and Versatility

Industrys first angle drill/driver with articulating chuck

Mount Prospect, Ill., September 12, 2011 Bosch Power Tools brings to market yet another industry first with the new PS11 12V Max Angle Drill/Driver featuring an innovative articulating head.  The five position articulating head allows the chuck to move from 90 degrees to 180 degrees providing better balance and control of the tool when working in tight areas.

The PS11 12V Max Angle Drill/Driver is the only tool in its class to include two LED lights that articulate with the chuck to effectively illuminate dark workspaces.  It has a 3/8-inch auto lock chuck with simple bit replacements for a variety of applications, including anything from driving 3 inch screws, drilling a pilot hole, or using a inch spade bit.  Significantly faster than the current competition in Lithium-Ion, the PS11 12V Max Angle Drill/Driver has a compact size, making it small enough to reach into narrow spaces and corners.  It weighs only 2.75 pounds and offers a soft grip handle for improved ergonomics and a secure grip.

The PS11 12V Max Angle Drill/Driver features a variable speed trigger to perfectly regulate speeds from zero to 1,300 RPMs.  It offers a maximum torque of 115 inch pounds and comes standard with Boschs Electronic Cell Protection to ensure longer battery life and run time.  A built-in fuel gauge makes battery management easier, allowing for continued work with fewer interruptions.

The 12V Max Angle Drill/Driver is available in 2 models.  The PS11-2A includes 2 batteries, 30 minute charger, and a soft carrying case.  It retails for $149.  The PS11B model includes only the bare tool.  Both are available through authorized retailers nationwide. To find out more or to locate a dealer, visit or call 877-BOSCH-99.

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