Bosch GBH 36 V-LI Professional review

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Technical data Bosch GBH 36 V-LI Professional

Here you will find the most important technical data for your professional Bosch tool at a glance!

Max. impact energy 3,2 J
Impact rate at rated speed 0 – 4.200 bpm
Rated speed 0 – 940 rpm
Battery voltage 36 V
Battery capacity 4 Ah
Weight inc. battery 4,5 kg
Length 383,0 mm
Width 108,0 mm
Height 246,0 mm
Bit holder SDS-plus
drilling range
Drilling diameter in concrete with hammer drill bits 4 – 28 mm
Optimum range of applications in concrete with hammer drill bits 8 – 18 mm
Max. drilling diameter in steel 13 mm
Max. drilling diameter in wood 30 mm

Noise/vibration information

Total vibration values (vector sum of three directions)

Hammer drilling in concrete
Vibration emission value ah 14.5 m/s²
Uncertainty K 1.5 m/s²


Advantages Bosch GBH 36

Endless power and absolute control

  • Up to 50% faster work rate due to higher single impact energy and 100% more lifetime (compared to predecessor GBH 36 V-LI)
  • Bosch Electronic Precision Control (EPC) adjusts performance to provide optimum results in sensitive materials
  • LED worklight for an optimum view of the work position
  • 3 functions: drilling, hammering, chiselling
  • Bosch Electronic Cell Protection (ECP): protects the battery against overload, overheating and deep discharge
  • Bosch KickBack Control (KBC) retains control if the drill bit jams
  • Vibration Control for low user fatigue
  • Up to 240 holes in concrete with one battery charge (diameter 6 x 40 mm)
  • Innovative CoolPack batteries ensure optimum heat dissipation and therefore increase lifetime by up to 100% (cf. Li-Ion batteries without CoolPack)
  • Faster than average charging time: Battery charged to 80% after only 25 minutes

Our review GBH 36 V-LI


The monstrous force of the impact to the battery perforated. Unbelievable but true: on the force of impact on the head traverses the majority of network perforator format SDS +.
Long runs on a single charge. Two battery lasts for much longer continuous operation than a single operator.
No wires. Very convenient, but unreasonably expensive in most cases the use of perforated.
Due to the strong impact does not burn drills, as do cheap perforated with a very low blow.


Terribly rare and expensive batteries. Two batteries are the same as a new one with the same two batteries, charging and suitcase into the bargain. For small works on thin weak walls, it should be applied very carefully – too strong blow easily beats out the concrete pieces on the back side.

A comment:

Initially, this model was selected for drilling the holes for the anchors in caves sample – there is no electricity and gets very hard rock, so need a reliable cordless tools maximum available power.

Later this hammer was used to repair concrete in urban areas (modern-situ concrete – drilling, large holes breakout). Concrete near the power perforated Makita HR2470 showed that the force of impact Makita 2470 and soles are not suitable Bosch GBH 36 V-LI – what Makita 2470 slowly and sadly half an hour, the battery Bosch GBH 36 V-LI cheerful and fun turns in small rubble for two minutes.

A year later, the medium-active operation of the concrete battery capacity has decreased markedly. To work in the vicinity of the outlet bought even more powerful network GBH 2-28 DV – it’s cheaper than often buy batteries for GBH 36 V-LI. A GBH 36 V-LI leave only for work away from the 220V.

One Reply to “Bosch GBH 36 V-LI Professional review”

  1. Pros: indestructibility. Fast charge batteries.

    Cons: At first it seems heavy, but for the power and duration of work have to pay it. The low speed of rotation, I would like more bright.

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