Reconditioned Power Tools
for Professionals

Disassembled, Cleaned,
Rebuilt, Tested,
and Finally, Reborn

Robert Bosch opened the Bosch "Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering" in Stuttgart, Germany on November 15, 1886. For more than 125 years, Bosch has been a pioneer relentlessly innovating, engineering and building tools that change the tool industry and transform job sites. Our commitment to uncompromising quality and delivering the ultimate in performance is stronger than ever. And Bosch Remastered tools are no exception.

Walnut Ridge, Arkansas is a small town just northwest of Memphis. It's also where every single Bosch reconditioned tool is stripped down, examined individually by hand and reengineered with painstaking attention to detail until, finally, it's been restored to meet the same exacting, high standards we place on new Bosch tools. Powerful. Precise. And built to endure another tour of duty.

How we do it.

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Walnut RidgeFor over 35 years, the Bosch reconditioning facility has been home to our experts. The site spans 40 acres and houses specially built test sites and laboratories for both our power tools and precision measuring tools.

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Our ExpertsEach tool is distributed to one of 70 handpicked, Bosch-trained reconditioning experts. These pros have an average tenure of 20 years per person, and their experience provides them with the knowledge and skills to remaster the full line of Bosch tools.

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The ProcessEach tool is disassembled, inspected, cleaned, rebuilt with new parts, tested, calibrated to exact specifications and fully restored to pristine condition by hand. And that includes the case it came in.

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The StampIt's not a Bosch Remastered Tool until it's received the official stamp of approval. Literally. Upon passing final inspection, each tool is permanently marked as a testament to Bosch's commitment to uncompromised quality, power and precision.