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When the tool is used correctly, the ergonomic design of the new Ergonomic-Series from Bosch ensures an optimum posture to help make DIY as kind to your health as possible.
Equipped with the Syneon Chip – Optimum power and maximum endurance for your project.
The Ergonomic tools from Bosch are held high up. The tool’s axis and the handle recess are in line with each other. As a result, the screwdriver always sits perfectly in the hand and can transfer its power better. The modified angle of the dual handle also reduces muscular strain. The result: You save your strength and prevent muscle tension.
Hold the Ergonomic tools so that the drilling axis and your arm form a horizontal line. In this way, you can make optimum use of the force from your entire arm and shoulder. This prevents one-sided strain on the arm muscles.
A lot of power is required especially when drilling large-diameter holes. Thanks to the additional handle on the Ergonomic tools, you can spread the exertion onto both arms. You therefore put equal strain on both shoulders – and prevent false posture and muscle tension. When drilling, this handle also ensures more precision and more comfortable tool control.
A low weight, compact design and the ergonomics of the tools are crucial to working without becoming tired, especially when using them for lengthy, continuous tasks.
Add as much variety as possible to your movements and avoid monotonous movements.
DIY work should be executed consciously and with a suitable posture – always keep your back straight, ensure that you have firm footing and spread the strain (e.g. by working with both arms).
Even if you have difficulty doing so: Avoid screwdriving, drilling and hammering for hours at a time. Take a short break about every 30 minutes and stretch your body to relax your muscles and joints.
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