Win a Bosch hammer drill
DIY with impact
Wednesday 27 October 2010
You may not be an expert, but when it comes to DIY you like to have a go. Of course, you
could call in the experts, but that would be like admitting defeat, and not to mention expensive.
Sometimes, though, even the most experienced DIY'er could do with a bit of extra help, whether it’s for fixing a mirror to the wall or assembling flat pack furniture. For these, and for any other screwdriving, standard drilling or hammer drilling, there’s only one companion you need...
Bosch Hammer Drills are light, versatile and easy to handle, but have all the power you need to get the job done right. Ideal for all hard surfaces, they have variable speed control, a depth gauge, and an ergonomic grip. Their compact size and slimline design means they get into hard-to-reach areas and pack a real punch in every direction, helping you to achieve the very best results. Available in Easy, Universal and Expert models, Bosch Hammer Drills make even the trickiest jobs easy.
Below, DIY expert Chris Tidy presents his online guide to hammer drills.
What's more, Bosch is offering you the opportunity to give your DIY real impact, and win a Bosch PSB 650 RE Universal Hammer Drill. To enter, answer the question below...
The closing date for the competition closes at midnight on November 29 2010.
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