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y – The Future for Tools Too?


Aimed at: Pros who need to monitor and adjust their cordless tools. Pros: Sophisticated approach to monitoring that is future proofed.


are perched on a ladder on the other side of the room tracking the laser beam’s position. A lot easier than trying to ease it into place guided by a couple of tiny pencil marks on a wall and your mate’s instructions. I definitely want to try one of those! Some of the other ‘connected tools’


are the GSB 18 V-85 Professional Combi drill and drill drivers and the GWS 18- 125 Professional angle grinder. These have state of the art EC brushless motors and electronic control systems to prevent kickback and overheating. Some other tools like inspection cameras and damp and humidity meters are ideal candidates for the modular


treatment since they can be remotely connected to report back to clients on the findings of the instruments. Bosch clearly wants its users to embrace the ‘Millennitools’ and their


connectivity and avoid being stuck in ‘Neandertool’ times. I like innovation, not always for its own sake, and I can see that Bosch’s connectivity system, because it is so flexible and future- proofed, will be widely adopted.


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