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DEWALT DWA2T40IR IMPACT READY FlexTorq Screw Driving Set, 40-Piece $17.99

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If you have an impact gun it's very useful. I have used just about everything in a kit like that. With heave use you can burn up a bit in a few days. They are disposable. That's why you get multiple of the same one. But I have seen kits with over 100 pieces for like 35$
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I had a Milwaukee set that lasted a couple years, I'm still using the original square drive bits, but the Phillips lasted pretty good. Eventually rounded off, so I bought a fancy 6 inch long Makita #2 Phillips, which broke the tip off on maybe screw number 3, just shattered. They warranteed it (it broke the same day I bought it). The second one didn't break, but it rounded off much faster than the Milwaukees did.I tried DeWalt bits, a 3 pack, but they didn't last long either.
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I had a Milwaukee set that lasted a couple years, I'm still using the original square drive bits, but the Phillips lasted pretty good. Eventually rounded off, so I bought a fancy 6 inch long Makita #2 Phillips, which broke the tip off on maybe screw number 3, just shattered. They warranteed it (it broke the same day I bought it). The second one didn't break, but it rounded off much faster than the Milwaukees did.I tried DeWalt bits, a 3 pack, but they didn't last long either.
I haven't had much success with any of these kinds of bit sets. Yellow, Red, Blue... doesn't matter what team. They all seem to wear out quickly. I'm curious if there is a "professional" or "industrial" grade. Even if I have to buy the bits individually.
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I directed it to a magnetic 10X bit adpater,
There are many bits and you dont need another set
The Dewalt bit was terrible but the explanation was complicated
What does this even mean?
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I haven't had much success with any of these kinds of bit sets. Yellow, Red, Blue... doesn't matter what team. They all seem to wear out quickly. I'm curious if there is a "professional" or "industrial" grade. Even if I have to buy the bits individually.
Milwaukee has the matrix carbide tips with lifetime warranty. Prolly the strongest ones on the market
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I have these and like them quite a bit (no pun intended). I think their tip geometry is better than just about anything else out there. Just take the extra half second to make sure your bit is seated properly and these will last.
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Some of these comments make 100% no sense
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Some of these comments make 100% no sense
I'm wondering if maybe english isn't a first language... but they more or less almost seem like a bot? The language is just too jumbled?

This is a good set if you're just driving construction fasteners, I do a lot of automotive work as well so it's not my first grab for that due to the lack of allen heads, but for woodworking/diy stuff this set is fine. Like was noted above make sure you're square in the hold otherwise these will eat up like anything else.
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I'm wondering if maybe english isn't a first language... but they more or less almost seem like a bot? The language is just too jumbled?

This is a good set if you're just driving construction fasteners, I do a lot of automotive work as well so it's not my first grab for that due to the lack of allen heads, but for woodworking/diy stuff this set is fine. Like was noted above make sure you're square in the hold otherwise these will eat up like anything else.
Lol nice
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I directed it to a magnetic 10X bit adpater,
There are many bits and you dont need another set
The Dewalt bit was terrible but the explanation was complicated
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMNry4PE93Y
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Heck is going on in here? lol
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I haven't had much success with any of these kinds of bit sets. Yellow, Red, Blue... doesn't matter what team. They all seem to wear out quickly. I'm curious if there is a "professional" or "industrial" grade. Even if I have to buy the bits individually.
I've had good luck with the Makita Gold bits...
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Might be better to buy from HD, if it breaks in a while, easy to return exchange. Amazon-forget about it
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