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Craftsman Router Bit Set 30-pc Was on sale for $80, now $60 + $13 back in SWY, YMMV

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Last Edited by widgit July 24, 2016 at 05:22 PM
Sears had this this last week for $80, now it's dropped to $60. I don't see an option for shipping so it might be specific to my location. Thought i'd share:

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-30...926366000P
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Too expensive still.
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what r these used for...sorry a rookie
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what r these used for...sorry a rookie
Woodworking. These are bits for a router which can be used to apply decorative edges to wood, shape wood for joining, cut grooves and etching, etc.
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1/4" shank..
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1/4" shank..
Is that good or bad?

No shipping option here either
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Is that good or bad?

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1/2" is better. Makes cleaner cuts with less vibration.
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Woodworking. These are bits for a router which can be used to apply decorative edges to wood, shape wood for joining, cut grooves and etching, etc.
thnx for ur reply and explaining it. random person wouldve replied: google it. which I did, ur answer is right on the money. good price but too many pieces for beginer...i will try single pieces and u never know deal might get even sweeter this deal I posted...
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i spend 80 last week for the same item.
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Thanks for the alert OP. I passed on them last week, thought of getting a kit with 1/2" shanks - if anyone is interested, Amazon Warehouse has the MLCS 30-bit set with 1/2" shanks, Like-New, for $75.

The price drop to $60 plus an email from SYW telling me that I had $10 in surprise points finally helped me make up my mind.

At the checkout I had another surprise, $27.5 back in points from three separate offers. And Discover 5% CB on top.

So $59.39 - $9.39 surprise points (I had to keep the total at $50 or above to qualify for the reward points offers) - $27.50 back in points - 5% CB = approx $24 net

I am just a hobbyist and never really used a router before. So these bits should be fine for me to play with and experiment while I learn.
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I bit on these bits... Got a surprise $10 off and 5% Discover CB + 3% e baits + ~$5 future points, so this ends up being <$45 - I figure $1.50 per bit isn't that bad even if they end up being disposable.
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I bit on these bits... Got a surprise $10 off and 5% Discover CB + 3% e baits + ~$5 future points, so this ends up being <$45 - I figure $1.50 per bit isn't that bad even if they end up being disposable.
Didn't know you could get Discover cash back and E baits cash back. Thought you had to click through and so it's one or the other?
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i spend 80 last week for the same item.
if you chat with them, they'll refund you the difference (30-day price guarantee). just did it myself this morning to the tune of about $50 after all these cyber monday markdowns.
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That's a pretty good price but watch out for the quality. I recently got a couple of Craftsman bits because they were on sale and neither one cut as as well as my Diablo bits that weren't that much more. More concerning is the fact that the set screw in the collet holding the guide bearing kept backing out on my top bearing guide bit bit causing me to gouge my project. It may have been a bad piece but at 20,000 r.p.m. I don't want any failures. Personally I will stick with better bits to save the frustration.
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Thanks for the alert OP. I passed on them last week, thought of getting a kit with 1/2" shanks - if anyone is interested, Amazon Warehouse has the MLCS 30-bit set with 1/2" shanks, Like-New, for $75.

The price drop to $60 plus an email from SYW telling me that I had $10 in surprise points finally helped me make up my mind.

At the checkout I had another surprise, $27.5 back in points from three separate offers. And Discover 5% CB on top.

So $59.39 - $9.39 surprise points (I had to keep the total at $50 or above to qualify for the reward points offers) - $27.50 back in points - 5% CB = approx $24 net

I am just a hobbyist and never really used a router before. So these bits should be fine for me to play with and experiment while I learn.
I was thinking same thing. at $1.5 bit, i figure I can try them out find out which ones I used most and maybe replace those over time
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