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Ace Hardware has DeWALT 20-Piece Black Oxide Drill Bit Set (DW1177) for $14.99 - $5 discount in cart = $9.99. Select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks getdealsonline
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The DeWALT DW1177 20-piece drill bit set contains bits sized from 1/16" up to 1/2". These bits are ideal for drilling in metal, wood, and plastics.

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Another DeWalt deal, regularly priced around $29.99 .. must add to cart at $9.99

Item no: 2137305 | 885911032209

http://www.acehardware.com/produc...d=11220811

Amazon $28.70 here [amazon.com] 4.5/5.0 > 200 reviews
  • The DEWALT DW1177 20-piece drill bit set contains bits sized from 1/16-inch up to 1/2-inch. These bits have a black oxide finish for greater wear protection and longevity of the bit. The parabolic flute design also gives these bits greater strength.
  • They have a 135-degree split-point design that reduces slip and walking and allows for easier no-slip starting.
  • The bit set includes a sturdy tough case container to keep bits organized.
  • Tough cases include a sliding soft-grip lock that keeps the case closed securely to prevent lost bits.
  • These bits are ideal for drilling in metal, wood, and plastics.
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Thanks! They also have a Dewalt 34 Piece Impact Ready Set (DW2153) for $9.99. Not sure if you've posted that one already, but I'm grabbing both.
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How do these compare to titanium nitride coated bits ?
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Thanks! They also have a Dewalt 34 Piece Impact Ready Set (DW2153) for $9.99. Not sure if you've posted that one already, but I'm grabbing both.
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How do these compare to titanium nitride coated bits ?
titanium is stronger that is why it's used for metal drilling.

i got my titanium drills at hf 29 drill set [harborfreight.com] for about $10 on promo


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Can anyone suggest a drill that can be used with these? Basic one is good enough for me. Thank u
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Can anyone suggest a drill that can be used with these? Basic one is good enough for me. Thank u
Any drill which doesn't have chuck bit will be good .. look for dewalt, ryobi, milwauki..there are many brands
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Or these....which one? https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../207033307 [homedepot.com]
Yea, this is the superior set, better container as well not cheapo
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Yea, this is the superior set, better container as well not cheapo
Which is superior? Home Depot set or Ace?
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Which is superior? Home Depot set or Ace?
home depo it has the same set of drill bits, and 3 sets of screw driver bits. Hard plastic shell case instead of the cheap plastic see-through as well. 120 extra pieces 140 vs 20 in the ace set. You do pay an extra 20 for this.
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I'll be looking for deals on titanium bits then- Thanks

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titanium is stronger that is why it's used for metal drilling.

i got my titanium drills at hf 29 drill set [harborfreight.com] for about $10 on promo


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I don't have an Ace Hardware near me, but don't think I will move so I can get in on some of these deals laugh out loud

I did sign up for a Kohls card the other day so I can take advantage of some of their deals, but I think that's as far as i'll go laugh out loud
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