BOSCH POWER TOOLS is heating up job sites this fall with the launch of the company’s first 12-volt Max heated jacket and battery holster/controller USB power backup.
The heated jacket, model PSJ120, is designed to keep outdoor contractors and mobile technicians warm and protected from the elements, while also offering a convenient built-in battery backup power source — the BHB120 — to keep USB-compatible cell phones and other important electronics charged and ready to go, according to the company. The jacket features three quick warming-core heat zones — two chest and one back — that provide up to six hours of heated runtime on low heat level with a 2.0 Ah battery. The PSJ120 is compatible with all Bosch 12V Max batteries (available separately), including the new 4.0 Ah BAT420. The jacket retails for $179 to $189, depending on the size. For information, visit www.boschtools.com.
This article originally appeared in the October 2013 issue.