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The Bosch 1132VSR 3.8 amp, 3/8-inch right angle drill features paddle type switch for easy actuation and ease of use. Low profile design for drilling in tight spaces. Heavy-duty keyed chuck for increased durability. Bosch drills and screw guns provide the greatest levels of comfort in the most compact design available.

Customer Reviews

Mighty Mite Right Angle Drill

28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
By bryghtbuild
I’ve wanted one of these drills for over a year, but couldn’t bring myself to spend the money. But, I broke down during the Bosch tool sale last summer and got one. Glad I did too, because there’s no limit to what it will do. I’ve used it to install plumbing and wiring and duct work in places where no other drill or driver will fit. I drilled one inch holes for water line with a spade bit through a double plate between floors in no time. My 8 amp Porter-Cable right angle drill would never go into the places this little Bosch drill does. It’s great for installing and removing gutter hangers, too. I love the dial speed control, especially for running screws. Don’t overload this tool. With 3.8 amps, it has medium power, but the size and shape make up for that. It’s true beauty is it’s close quarters capabilities. This tool is a must have for remodelers and handy persons.

a must have for close quarter drilling

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By tool collector
Bought bosch to replace dewalt dw-160 that I got on clearance when hechinger went out. Oddly enough bosch was bought when woodworker’s world went out of business. The Dewalt was horrible, it had single speed(1200rpm) and no reverse!!!!! I love that the bosch has reverse and a variable speed dial. The speed dial makes it easier to drive screws. I am not to fond of the paddle switch, but I give it 5 stars anyway because I like the slower speed(1100rpm) and speed dial.

A Geat Little Right Angle Drill

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I have been looking at small right angle drills for along time and couldn’t decide on which one to buy. I decided on the Bosch because I have other Bosch tools and they have served me well. I am glad I went with this drill it has great power for driveing 3″ screws in areas that a regular screwgun or cordless drill can’t get into. I used it to drill holes in stud walls for electical and copper pipe useing 1″ and 1 1/4″ spade bits with plenty of power. This drill isn’t meant to be a hole hawg for heavy duty plumbing or electircal jobs, but for light to medium duty jobs it’s a great drill for areas that can’t be reached with a regular drill.

Great drill

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I purchased this drill for a basement remodel. Will be drilling between studs for wiring, etc. It is a solid drill. I read the reviews about the paddle switch and was a little apprehensive when purchasing without being able to hold it in my hands and try it first. Well, I am happy to say that it feels and works fine. I personally don’t see what the problem is with the switch. I have no problem activating it and feel that the safety issue far outweights any undesirable design.


6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
By Joel A. Loeffler
I already had a Milwaukee 3/8in close quater drill that workes very well. I got this because I wanted it, not needed it. It seems a step up in quality from the Milwaukee, and was 25 bucks more. Worth it. If I had to do it all over again, I would only have the Bosch.

Bosch 1132VSR 3/8" Right-Angle Drill

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By RJS64
I used this drill for an entire weekend, drilling holes for electrical wires in a large home addition. It performed flawlessly. Most of the holes were 7/8 inch (using a spade type bit), and this drilled handled it fine. The on/off trigger takes some time to get used; you have to pull down then in to operate the switch, but a great safety feature. I have used other right handle drills that didn’t have this and I ended up with banged up knuckles. This is a great little drill, with powerful performance, and excellent quality.

Easy to use trigger on this drill

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By A. Edwards
For a couple of years I have said that the next time I need a right angle drill I am going to buy one. Finally that need came up and I started reading reviews.


2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Joel A. Loeffler
I also have a Milwaukee close quater drill. This one is a lot more robust in construction. It also has a metal encased gearbox, which should be very druable. The on/off switch could be a little easier to operate, but I think Bosch designed it this way with safety in mind. Overall, a quality product.

Bosch 1132VSR-It’s Larger than it Appears

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Art
The Bosch 1132VSR is a substantial drill-slightly over 4 lbs, a 2 X 3 obround cross section and 12 inches long, in the Amazon picture it looks more like a toy (needs something in the photo to judge the scale).

Typical Bosch Quality

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By IronKernel
I checked them all prior to making a purchase. The pricewas a bit excessive, but this was a clear choice and the quality is unrivaled. The switch does take a little getting used to, but not a big deal.
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