Completing the 18V Flexiclick system, the new, robust SDS-plus Rotary Hammer Attachment empowers users to drill into concrete and masonry
Experience cutting-edge versatility and feel empowered to tackle even the toughest jobs with the new Bosch Power Tools GFA18-H Rotary Hammer Attachment for Flexiclick.
Compatible with the GSR18V-535FC 18V Flexiclick Chameleon drill/driver, the Bosch GFA18-H Rotary Hammer Attachment seamlessly transforms the already multifaceted tool into an SDS-plus rotary hammer. The Chameleon all-in-one drill/driver system comprises four pro-grade attachments including the GFA18-H and is high torque and connected ready. The fifth component of the 5-in-1 system is its built-in 1/4-inch hex bit holder.
“Our new SDS-plus Rotary Hammer Attachment expands the capabilities of the 18V Chameleon, pushing the envelope on the versatility Bosch can pack into a single tool,” said Bosch Power Tools product manager Will Shiel. “This attachment delivers the performance we set out to create, and then some, to help our users drill into tough materials with unparalleled power and accuracy.”
With the GFA18-H attached, the 18V Flexiclick delivers a robust 0.74 Ft.-Lbs. of impact energy (EPTA) and a 3/8 In. maximum drilling capacity into concrete. It features a no-load bpm of 0 to 5,400, providing professional performance in masonry-drilling applications, and comes with a removable side handle and depth gauge to increase tool control.
The 18V Flexiclick is connected ready for greater feature customization. Bluetooth connectivity can be activated using the optional GCY42 Connectivity Tool Module (sold separately). The system is also equipped with an efficient EC Brushless motor that produces up to 535 In.-Lbs. of torque; KickBack Control; and a 20+1 precision clutch. The GFA18-H attachment joins the system’s existing pro-grade attachments that include a right-angle chuck, offset hex bit holder and 1/2-inch keyless metal chuck.
The Bosch GFA18-H, Rotary Hammer Attachment and the GSR18V-535FC Flexiclick are now available for purchase. For more information, visit https://www.boschtools.com/.