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100-Piece Craftsman Speed-Lok Impact Drill and Drive Set EXPIRED

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Promoted 07-24-2016 by Corwin at 08:09 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has 100-Piece Craftsman Speed-Lok Impact Drill and Drive Set on sale for $14.99 with free in-store pickup. Thanks RazorConcepts

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  • Includes the most popular screwdriver and nut sizes. Compatible with impact drill/drivers. - brisar
  • This matches the previous Frontpage deal from earlier this month. -Corwin

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Edited July 24, 2016 at 12:43 PM by annie930ny
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Impact sets are made for impact drills. Impact drills have a slight 'hammer' action to them, which puts much more stress on the bits besides a regular drill. Therefore, impact sets are usually made of materials that can better handle the hammer action. Since they are made of stronger and usually better quality metals, impact bits and sets usually cost more than regular set

If given a choice, I usually pick impact rated sets even though they cost more because they are more universal and can be used in both impact and regular drills.
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What's the difference between the impact set and the drill set? They basically have many of the same things in them but one is $5 more?
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What's the difference between the impact set and the drill set? They basically have many of the same things in them but one is $5 more?
Impact sets are made for impact drills. Impact drills have a slight 'hammer' action to them, which puts much more stress on the bits besides a regular drill. Therefore, impact sets are usually made of materials that can better handle the hammer action. Since they are made of stronger and usually better quality metals, impact bits and sets usually cost more than regular set

If given a choice, I usually pick impact rated sets even though they cost more because they are more universal and can be used in both impact and regular drills.
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Last edited by forkol July 24, 2016 at 04:05 AM
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I bought the impact set about an hour ago. I had some points expiring today, & noticed $5 surprise points, over $10. But, I didn't know they had $10 points for over $20.
I have so many drill bit sets(& driver bits) from Sears, purchased through SD, I don't really need any more. But, it seems I always need the size that I lost or already broke.
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Worthless set of very soft bits. Great if you use it on a hand screwdriver and not impact.
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Worthless set of very soft bits. Great if you use it on a hand screwdriver and not impact.
Are you saying the impact bits are not any better than the regular driving bits?
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Does anyone understand the "You have $10 in surprise points to redeem on a DeWalt Tool."? I have tried a few times, & it never gives me the $10 off. Unless it means power tools?
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Does anyone understand the "You have $10 in surprise points to redeem on a DeWalt Tool."? I have tried a few times, & it never gives me the $10 off. Unless it means power tools?

Only works on these items


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Are you saying the impact bits are not any better than the regular driving bits?
Yes..
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Are you saying the impact bits are not any better than the regular driving bits?
I don't think very soft is the right word. They may not be the best quality you can get, but you aren't paying for it either. I've had this set for quite awhile. Was like $5.xx after syw. It has seen some pretty significant use, and as such, I fully expected to probably break some bits more frequently then I otherwise would. No biggy considering what they cost and several spares each size in the kit etc. Surprisingly I haven't broken a single one yet, even with some impact driver use. They are totally fine for what they are and cost.
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Only works on these items


http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=87099451&postcount=21999
I couldn't find a list of what qualifies, either. Thanks!
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do these have a lifetime warranty on bits?
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are the hex drill bits impact rated also?
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do these have a lifetime warranty on bits?
if sears stays in business then maybe....
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