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Home Depot has 142-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Driver Bit Set (48-32-4075) for $29.88. Select free store pickup if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45 or more. Thanks KhoaN7680
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Set includes: (1) compact bit holder; (1) 5/16 in. magnetic nut driver; insert driver bits: (6) P1, (20) P2, (2) PR2, (8) P3, (4) SQ1, (12) SQ2, (4) SQ3, (3) T10, (5) T15, (8) T20, (14) T25, (4) T27, (5) T30, (1) SL #4, (1) SL #6, (1) SL #8, (3) SL #10, (1) SL #12, (1) Hex 2,5 mm, (1) Hex 3 mm, (1) Hex 4 mm, (1) Hex 5 mm, (1) Hex 6 mm, (1) Hex 1/16 in., (1) Hex 5/64 in., (1) Hex 3/32 in., (1) Hex 7/64 in., (1) Hex 1/8 in., (1) Hex 9/64 in., (1) Hex 5/32 in., (2) Hex 3/16 in., (2) Hex 1/4 in.; 2 in. power bits: (1) P1, (4) P2, (1) P3, (3) SQ2, (1) SQ3, (2) T20, (4) T25; Hex drill bits: (1) 1/16 in., (1) 5/64 in., (1) 3/32 in., (1) 7/64 in., (1) 1/8 in., (1) 3/16 in.

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Home Depot has 142-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Driver Steel Bit Set (305227364) on sale for $29.88. Select in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $45+

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This is definitely one of the worst Milwaukee bit sets for the average person. The majority of the bits are the short ones that need a bit holder, and they only give you one short bit holder. Then they spread everything between 4 identical cases, making it harder to find what you're looking for. And they don't even include the longer T15 bit, which has seen a ton of use during my current reno. These bits are hard and last a long time for an average homeowner, so there's no reason to own so many duplicates of most of them.

I would personally buy one of the smaller (cheaper, ~$15) sets that fits into a single case and has more of the 2" bits that don't need a holder, then just add on or replace single bits as you need them. The #2 Philips, for example, is my most commonly used bit, and the only one I've had to replace over a few years (with a 5-pack of the 2" bits). My T15 and T20 have seen a lot of use, too, but those fasteners don't pop out like Philips so they tend to last a long time.
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I don't like the Milwaukee shockwave as they wear out pretty easily from my experience. The best set that I own and now exclusively use with my milwaukee impact driver is a gold makita impact set with a magnetic attachment.
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Are you seriously comparing non-impact bits to impact bits?


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Milwuakee clearly is NOT the best value by any means With that said, I retract my previous endorsement for this kit.. there's a reason why it's significantly cheaper than the competition.
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I spent an hr trying to decide whether to get the 50pc or this 142pc Milwaukee set. This is a better deal, but I ended up getting the 50pc only because I won't use the extra pieces as they are mostly repeats of what the 50pc kit contains (extra of the same bits for example). Plus, I have so many of these "kits" at home from the other Black Friday deals (dewalt, etc) through the years. But since I started collecting Milwaukee Fuel M18 tools, I decided I should get one of these Smilie.

Anyone have a compelling reason to get this set? Let me know.
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This shouldn't be under the "computers" category. Might want to try repicking the category.
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This shouldn't be under the "computers" category. Might want to try repicking the category.
Thanks. Fixed.
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The MILWAUKEE 142 piece SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty driver bits has Precise Fit Custom Machined Tip prevents stripping and reduced wobble while the bit is in use. SHOCKWAVE driver bits are built from Custom Alloy76 Steel to maximize resistance to wear and shock. SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty driver bits can be used in impact drivers or drill drivers.
  • Optimized Shock Zone geometry absorbs peak torque and prevents breaking
  • Precise Fit Custom Machined Tip prevents stripping and reduces wobble
  • Custom Alloy76 steel maximizes resistance to wear and shock
  • Up to 30x Life
  • Absorbs 3X more torque vs. impact bits
  • 1/4 in. - 20 threaded mount
  • Includes 142-pieces
  • Includes: (1) compact bit holder; (1) 5/16 in. magnetic nut driver; insert driver bits: (6) P1, (20) P2, (2) PR2, (8) P3, (4) SQ1, (12) SQ2, (4) SQ3, (3) T10, (5) T15, (8) T20, (14) T25, (4) T27, (5) T30, (1) SL #4, (1) SL #6, (1) SL #8, (3) SL #10, (1) SL #12, (1) Hex 2,5 mm, (1) Hex 3 mm, (1) Hex 4 mm, (1) Hex 5 mm, (1) Hex 6 mm, (1) Hex 1/16 in., (1) Hex 5/64 in., (1) Hex 3/32 in., (1) Hex 7/64 in., (1) Hex 1/8 in., (1) Hex 9/64 in., (1) Hex 5/32 in., (2) Hex 3/16 in., (2) Hex 1/4 in.; 2 in. power bits: (1) P1, (4) P2, (1) P3, (3) SQ2, (1) SQ3, (2) T20, (4) T25; Hex drill bits: (1) 1/16 in., (1) 5/64 in., (1) 3/32 in., (1) 7/64 in., (1) 1/8 in., (1) 3/16 in.




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I think I might order these just for the cases...
Anyone know if this is milwaukee's high or low end line? Last milwaukee set I got was worthless junk but can't remember which it was...
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real talk. Are the Milwakee bits better than Dewalt/Rigid etc?
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In my DIY experience, these black bits (and Ridgid's) are better than the DeWalt grey bits. They don't strip out and I haven't had them snap in an impact unlike the DeWalt.
Are you seriously comparing non-impact bits to impact bits?


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The only impact rated bit that consistently had a decent of number of installed fasteners was DeWalt's ImpactReady model.

For example, the cheapest bits were the Kobalt SpeedFit, DeWalt Power bit and the Bosch Ribbed Tip. Those three were also the bits that drove the most screws.
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Milwuakee clearly is NOT the best value by any means With that said, I retract my previous endorsement for this kit.. there's a reason why it's significantly cheaper than the competition.
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Is it a good deal?
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Which is better Wilwaukee 50 piece set (url below) or this? or is the 142 piece an over kill?
https://slickdeals.net/f/12248152-milwaukee-shockwave-impact-duty-driver-steel-bit-set-50-piece-home-depot-free-store-pickup-14-97
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Big user of Milwaukee fuel products. With over 20 tools. Imho..... I have found their bits to be very lacking for professional use. As far as bits go. I would rank Makita, Dewalt and then Milwaukee as far as quality. HD just doesn't carry a large selection of Makita bits. That being said... I have well over 10 bit kits to go through before I can switch.
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