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Craftsman Speed-Lok 300 pc. Drill Bit Accessory Kit $29.99

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$42 on Amazon
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Sears drops this set to around $22.99 when they go $24.99+F&F discount, if no rush wait for better price ...m
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Not sure why you would mention that?
Well..... maybe because Sears stores are hard to find, these days, and shipping @ Sears isn't free below 35$

Or, maybe to say this is a good price, being 12$ less than Amazon.

I'd probably get this set and the ten dollar set to get to free shipping ..... or get 2x of this set, since it's pretty complete.
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I think this is the normal price on Sears.
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The drill bits are really not worth it. You are better off getting this set
https://www.sears.com/craftsman-u...?rrec=true

Its compact and has every security bit you will need.
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Is it compatible with every drill machine? Which drill to buy?
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The drill bits are really not worth it. You are better off getting this set
https://www.sears.com/craftsman-u...?rrec=true [sears.com]

Its compact and has every security bit you will need.
Sets like these are decent for someones "my first drill", it has a little bit of everything that would show people what they need to buy later on. The bits are fairly cheaply made so its mostly disposable, and at this price they should be.

The set you linked is a better choice for someone who may already own bits/drivers etc
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Sets like these are decent for someones "my first drill", it has a little bit of everything that would show people what they need to buy later on. The bits are fairly cheaply made so its mostly disposable, and at this price they should be.

The set you linked is a better choice for someone who may already own bits/drivers etc
Trust me these specific bits are just junk , not worthy of the Craftsman brand.
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Trust me these specific bits are just junk , not worthy of the Craftsman brand.
I know, I own the 200pc set, which is why they are great for someone who just bought their first drill. Go ahead and trash the bits with no remorse
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Trust me these specific bits are just junk , not worthy of the Craftsman brand.
Why would we trust you! Saying something is junk without explaining why is not helpful. What specifically makes them junk? Are these bits a poor grade of tool steel? What grade of tool steel should the bits be? How many holes have drilled with these bits? How many different ones have you used? How many screws have you driven with these? Did you use an impact driver or a regular drill? Did you set the drill clutch correctly? Did you experience premature bit failure? Did you use the correct size bit for the job you used them for?
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I know, I own the 200pc set, which is why they are great for someone who just bought their first drill. Go ahead and trash the bits with no remorse
How exactly does one trash a bit? If you use the correct bit for the task at hand using the correct amount of torque, why would even the cheapest bits fail?
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