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Bosch wants to warm jobsites with PSJ120 12V heated jacket


November 22, 2013
By Alyssa Dalton


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November 22, 2013 – Bosch Power Tools wants to heat up jobsites this fall with its PSJ120 12V max heated jacket, designed to keep outdoor contractors and mobile technicians warm and protected from the elements, while also offering a built-in battery backup power source—the BHB120—to keep USB-compatible cell phones and other important electronics charged.

The jacket features three warming core heat zones (two chest and one back) that provide up to six hours of heated runtime on low heat level with a 2.0Ah battery. A three-level heat controller button on the jacket’s chest lights up in red, green and blue to denote heat levels of high, medium and low, respectively. The PSJ120 is compatible with all Bosch 12V max batteries (available separately). A full-zip, high-collar design and adjustable sleeves and waist help protect users from wind, while reflective features increase visibility in early morning or late evening hours. Pockets include one BHB120 storage pocket, two hand pockets, one cell phone chest pocket and one document pocket.