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Promoted 07-31-2016 by persian_mafia at 08:38 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 14-Piece DeWalt Titanium Drill Bit Set (DW1354) on sale for $12.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks gabe23111

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#3
this is lowest price of all on camel-x3.

thought they went for $9.99 on sale, but this is a very low Amazon price.
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Was: $15.98
Price: $12.99
Is it count as a good deal for this set?
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pulled the trigger on the 21 piece. thanks! those little bits are very handy and i've broken several from heavy use.
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Same price at Home Depot for 21 piece.
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Same price at Home Depot for 21 piece.
Is it nation wide or ymmv?
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I have these, they are pretty good bits. Used them to drill into drywall and steel around the house with no issues.
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I forgot about my $10 Prime Day promo and probably would have not used it before the expiry date. Count me in for one for $3 + tax, thanks OP!
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Cobalt > Titanium bits for steel drilling... Anyone knows any good deal for <Any Brand>Cobalt drill bits?
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Cobalt > Titanium bits for steel drilling... Anyone knows any good deal for <Any Brand>Cobalt drill bits?
What are you drilling into so frequently that you need cobalt? The only time I've ever needed cobalt bits in all my years of shop work is for drilling out broken bits.
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What are you drilling into so frequently that you need cobalt? The only time I've ever needed cobalt bits in all my years of shop work is for drilling out broken bits.
You're probably expecting you'll get an answer like "I need it to drill the Swiss Bank's vault"

Titanium will last about 3x than normal/regular bits while the Cobalt is 10x.. For simplicity, I'd rather go for 1 Cobalt drill bit rather than 3 Titanium ones.

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Titanium yeah right I'm going to say this is plated or coated. I wish Ave was able to do a boltr video on YouTube. Dewilt and their marketing wank

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You're probably expecting you'll get an answer like "I need it to drill the Swiss Bank's vault"

Titanium will last about 3x than normal/regular bits while the Cobalt is 10x.. For simplicity, I'd rather go for 1 Cobalt drill bit rather than 3 Titanium ones.
Just for giggles I went through a lot of drill bits when drilling holes in a scrap razor scooter that's aluminum. And they was dewalt.
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What are you drilling into so frequently that you need cobalt? The only time I've ever needed cobalt bits in all my years of shop work is for drilling out broken bits.
(Wood) shop, I assume you meant? They're used all the time in metalwork. Ever tried to drill a hole in stainless steel with an HSS bit? Good luck...
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