The best last-minute Bosch Prime Day 2023 deals

Drill down into tool deals on gear you'll actually use.
The Best Bosch Prime Day Deals
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Planning on getting DIY projects done around the house this summer—or ever? If so, take advantage of a wide range of discounts on Bosch tools. The company has discounted dozens of items, manual and powered, you’ll need to get simple to moderate home repairs done. These tools were designed to last, making them a good choice for first-time purchasers or anyone looking to upgrade from entry-level gear.

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BOSCH GSR12V-300FCB22 Cordless Electric Drill $145.49 (Was $229)

Bosch GSR12V-300FCB22

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Some of Bosch’s tools are admittedly niche, but this cordless electric drill isn’t one of them—everyone could use this kit in their garage or closet. The multi-piece set comes with five differently shaped drivers, so you can use any type of screw in any situation. The screwdriver’s motor can turn up to 1,750 times per minute, enough force to get a screw through drywall, wood, or metal. Common tasks like hanging a picture frame and moderate ones like wall mounting a TV or building furniture will be easier and possible, respectively.

At 1.2 pounds, this electric drill will be easy to hold for longer periods without fatigue, and its LED light, which illuminates when the drill is in use, will make it easier to work in dark areas. Bosch’s $81 Prime Day discount brings this cordless drill down to its lowest price ever, and it’s a great deal for anyone who wants to tackle more DIY projects this year.

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Brandt Ranj is a commerce reporter at Popular Science. He writes about the latest and greatest gadgets, from headphones and TVs to chargers and cables. He splits his time between New York City, Long Island, and Croatia, carting test gear around the U.S. and the globe.