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14-Piece Makita Impact Gold Titanium Drill Bit Set (1/4" Hex Shank)

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Home Depot has 14-Piece Makita Impact Gold Titanium Drill Bit Set (1/4" Hex Shank, B-65399) for $11. Select free store pickup if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on $45+. Thanks v8994 & ritzema1

Amazon also has 14-Piece Makita Impact Gold Titanium Drill Bit Set (1/4" Hex Shank, B-65399) for $11. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.
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New lower price. The price last time, when it was a FP Deal, was $12.90.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit...d=89908580
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For everyone asking about the difference between different types of drill bits:

https://www.protoolreviews.com/news/black-oxide-titanium-and-cobalt-drill-bits/25880/
https://vermontamerican.com/twist-drill-bit-types-choose-right-twist-drill-bit/
https://www.grainger.com/know-how/industry/metalworking/kh-which-drill-bit-does-the-job
https://dengarden.com/home-improvement/What-Drill-Bit-To-Use
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Could not get link to post, but Amazon also has this at the same price. I do not have a HD near me, so I miss out on a number of good SDs at the HD.
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So reg price 14.88 you save 3.88
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I picked up this set last time and it's really nice. It's handy to be able to drill holes with an impact.
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Amazon has price matched it for $11 as well.

I've been watching this set for a while - it goes between $12.50-$14:50 or so. Might as well grab it at $11.
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So steel<oxide<titanium<carbide? Do I have that right?
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good deal if you need
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Hf sells a 13 pc titanium set for about $5.60 ac. I consider these sets disposable more or less anyway.
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So steel<oxide<titanium<carbide? Do I have that right?
I would like to know it too. Someone please chip in. There is also "cobalt".
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Hf sells a 13 pc titanium set for about $5.60 ac. I consider these sets disposable more or less anyway.
Link please?
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Link please?
guessing these

https://www.harborfreight.com/13-...-1800.html

anybody with knowledge comparing the two?
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So steel<oxide<titanium<carbide? Do I have that right?
I've always used high speed steel for my metal work, with the appropriate cooling lubes (from watered down stuff to moly-d for steel). It's cheap, soft enough to be a bit safer in my opinion, and easy to sharpen. Haven't had any trouble with plastic and wood. I don't really see a need for fancy coatings in what I do.
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For everyone asking about the difference between different types of drill bits:

https://www.protoolreviews.com/news/black-oxide-titanium-and-cobalt-drill-bits/25880/
https://vermontamerican.com/twist-drill-bit-types-choose-right-twist-drill-bit/
https://www.grainger.com/know-how/industry/metalworking/kh-which-drill-bit-does-the-job
https://dengarden.com/home-improvement/What-Drill-Bit-To-Use
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