10.8v SDS
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Hi,

i was was wondering if there will be a 10.8v sds coming out ? 

It would compete my 10.8v range
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Hello huz.
I'm not sure it'd be entirely worth it for a 10.8v tool, no matter how smart the electrickery. 
That said, I was wondering if it might already be possible by using the 12v (10.8) FlexiClick drill with the SDS attachment for the 18v FlexiClick drill but alas...it doesn't look like Bosch's FlexiClick attachments are compatible accross the battery range. That's a shame if it's the case and a real missed opportunity by Bosch I think.
I've not used the 12v nor the 18v FlexiClick tools so I couldn't say for certain with regards compatibility. Anyone else know?
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Hello again huz.
Someone I know purchased a Bosch Green tool recently called the UNEO 12 LI recently. It's a 10.8v SDS hammer drill but, althought the batteries look similar, I'm pretty sure the Green range batteries are not compatible with the Blue.
Advertised here.
This could well mean a 10.8v blue version is in the pipeline.
 
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bailey, looks like the idea of “one voltage, one battery type for all, interchangeable and compatible heads, etc” can only be grasped by Ryobi or others!

I completely agree and understand that some specific jobs will need a very specific tool, but in the vast majority of applications these should work…..

And for the power – intensive operations dewalt principle of doubling up on batteries seems to work well…. 

Bosch R&D department must working on this right now and will release….. straight after that DAB radio! ����
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Hi,
Yes a 12v sds would be execllent with those who have 4 & 6 Ah batteries, looking for a lightweight sds. Looking at good reviews of milwakee one. But would prefer a Bosch one...