July 23, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros

Deal Alert: Bosch Best Deal Ever!

It’s Called the Bosch Best Deal Ever for a Good Reason

As we roll into the holiday shopping season, we’re sure to hear some pretty fantastic claims of great deals, but not all of them pan out when you dive into the details. That’s not the case with the Bosch Best Deal Ever promotion—it has some pretty legit savings if you’re in the market for cordless tools.

Bosch Best Deal Ever Details

The first thing you need to know is that this is an exclusive deal with Lowe’s, so you won’t find other Bosch retailers taking part. It’s available online and also in stores if you prefer to actually see the box you’re taking home.

There are two combo kits you can buy to get started.

  • GXL18V-239B25: $229
    • HDS181A 1/2″ Compact Tough Hammer Drill
    • GDX18V-1600 Freak Impact Driver
    • 2 x 4.0Ah Core18V Batteries
    • Charger
  • GXL18V-496B22: $299
    • DS181A 1/2″ Compact Tough Hammer Drill
    • GDX18V-1600 Freak Impact Driver
    • GSA18V-083 Compact Reciprocating Saw
    • GLI18V-300 Articulating LED Light
    • 2 x 4.0Ah Core18V Batteries
    • Charger
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From there, you get a couple of freebies. The first is a bonus tool or battery. Here’s what you get to choose from:

  • CCS180B 18V 6-1/2″ Circular Saw
  • CRS180B 18V 1-1/8″ D-Handle Reciprocating Saw
  • GBH18V-20N 18V SDS-Plus 3/4″ Rotary Hammer
  • GBA18V40 Core18V 4.0Ah Battery

Your second bonus item is a 4.0Ah Core18V battery. This one comes in the form of a mail-in redemption card that you send in.

While this deal runs until January 31st, 2020, it’s only while supplies last. When they’re gone, they’re gone. Shop early to make sure you get the best selection of the tools you want to get your hands on. Click here to visit Bosch’s Best Deal Ever page and start building your kit!


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