Brushless rules when it comes to Bosch combi drill! For a newly updated line of brushless 18V combi drills, Bosch provides every customer a three-tier output range of equipment. Just pick the level of output you need and start working more flexibly, all without losing brushless quality.

Bosch GSB 18V-28 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill

The Bosch GSB 18V-28 has a robust 13mm, all-metal, auto-lock chuck and is capable of delivering 63Nm of torque. The 2-speed gearbox and responsive variable speed trigger. Make this an all-round cordless combi, capable of driving screws and drilling in wood, metal, masonry and concrete.

With variable speed and torque, it is lightweight and robust.13 mm auto-lock metal chuck is incredibly durable and stronger than standard plastic chucks, plus tool-free bit adjustments.

  • Electronic Motor Protection (EMP) protects the motor against overload and ensures a long lifetime.
  • Bosch Electronic Cell Protection (ECP): protects the battery against overload, overheating and deep discharge therefore protecting it against irreparable damage.
  • More durable metal chuck for durable use.

Powerful and Smart – Here’s How

We know what having a brushless motor in our cordless tool offers:

  • longer service life (no moving parts in the motor)
  • longer runtime (motor is smarter at drawing energy from the battery and none is wasting creating heat)
  • more power to the motor(brushless is more efficient in how it runs)
  • a smaller and lighter tool (motors are less bulky)

So it makes sense that you’ll want your cordless combi-drill to have a brushless motor, and we find one in the form of Bosch’s EC motor in the GSB 18V EC. Which is great.

What to Look For in a Cordless Drill?

Clutch: More settings give you greater control of the depth screws are driven.

Speed-range switch: High is for drilling; low is for driving screws. Look for the widest range between them.

Forward/reverse switch: Should be easy to operate with your thumb and trigger finger.

Hand grip: Texture and contour should aid your grip; try out the grip before you buy.

Voltage: More voltage means more power but also added weight.

Battery: Two are better than one. New NiMH batteries offer some advantages.

Trigger: Make sure your index finger fits around it comfortably when gripping drill. Variable speed offers the greatest control.

Keyless chuck: Hand-turn it to open and close the chuck jaws.


If you need your drill to be a little more durable and stand up to frequent vigorous use, we recommend one of our professional range drills. They’re designed to withstand daily use and drill for hours without fatigue. These drills are ideal for professional use or perhaps really big DIY projects.

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