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34-Piece DeWalt Impact Ready Accessory Set EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has 34-Piece DeWalt Impact Ready Accessory Set (DW2153) for $9.99. Select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks brownandbubbly

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These DeWalt sets are typically oriented towards the construction trades where square/Robertson screw heads are pretty common and hex/allen is not. Mechanics sets, such as bit sockets, will often have your hex/allen heads.
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5 less than Amazon- in for 1 thanks
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I literally do not understand how these sets have the SQUARE bit but totally ignore the HEX bit, which I have to deal with much more often. Is there a copyright on hex bits where they don't want to pay a licencing fee or something? I honestly don't know that i have ever received a square bit in a piece of furniture to assemble.

SO FRUSTRATING!
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I literally do not understand how these sets have the SQUARE bit but totally ignore the HEX bit, which I have to deal with much more often. Is there a copyright on hex bits where they don't want to pay a licencing fee or something? I honestly don't know that i have ever received a square bit in a piece of furniture to assemble.

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These DeWalt sets are typically oriented towards the construction trades where square/Robertson screw heads are pretty common and hex/allen is not. Mechanics sets, such as bit sockets, will often have your hex/allen heads.
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No free shipping, the cost of gas and the time spent driving, spending $5 more in amazon is a thousand times better for me.
You must make like $3,000 per hour.
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I literally do not understand how these sets have the SQUARE bit but totally ignore the HEX bit, which I have to deal with much more often. Is there a copyright on hex bits where they don't want to pay a licencing fee or something? I honestly don't know that i have ever received a square bit in a piece of furniture to assemble.

SO FRUSTRATING!
square bits are are very, very common doing construction. We use nothing else but square drive.
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they also have these for 10 bucks

http://www.acehardware.com/produc...d=11220811
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Hmm I happen to be in need of a torx bit right now. But I don't really wanna go to Ace, its kinda far.
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I literally do not understand how these sets have the SQUARE bit but totally ignore the HEX bit, which I have to deal with much more often. Is there a copyright on hex bits where they don't want to pay a licencing fee or something? I honestly don't know that i have ever received a square bit in a piece of furniture to assemble.

SO FRUSTRATING!
I just got milwaukee M12 - I believe its a HEX impact- what HEX bit set would you recommend?
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I just got milwaukee M12 - I believe its a HEX impact- what HEX bit set would you recommend?
These all work for hex impacts.. there is no such thing as square one. they are referring to the bits end for use not the end that goes into the hex chuck.
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square bits are are very, very common doing construction. We use nothing else but square drive.
I've heard other carpenters praise square bits. I understand they are much less prone to stripping than hex or Phillips, etc., but I have always found them frustrating because they tend to get stuck in the screw head. What's the trick to withdrawing the bit cleanly.
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Are all the bit tips magnetic in the set ?
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