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Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Steel Driver Bit Set (106-Piece) - [48-32-4078] - $17.88 (In-Store/YMMV)

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Home Depot website shows these priced at $24.88

Brickseek shows these priced at $24.88.
https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=309992513

In-store, however, they are $17.88!

For comparison, Amazon shows these priced at $38.26.
https://www.amazon.com/Milwaukee-...842&sr=8-1

• SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Steel Driver Bit Set (106-Piece)
• Wear Guard Tip protects fit over the life of the bit
• Optimized Shockzone absorbs peak torque and prevents breaking
• Designed for use with impact and drill drivers
• Includes: 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, 2 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: one 1/16 in., one 5/64 in., one 3/32 in., one 7/64 in., one 1/8 in., one 3/16 in

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I picked these up earlier just for the cases. I haven't had a great history with the bits, they've been serviceable, but not super dependable.

The cases are reconfigurable and compact. The bit holders tilt up , even though they are a bit sticky. At this price, it is worth it just for the cases, IMO.

I couldn't find any other reconfigurable cases for sale at all. Bosch sells an empty case, but they don't sell the bit holders!
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I was at the Home Depot last night. They were $24
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Looks like a ton of duplicate bits.
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Should I get theses? Or Norske Tools NIBPI708 40-Piece Impact Torsion Screwdriver Bit Set or Makita? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GK94..._lig_dp_it
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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072J5R...B07GK94LPY
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All of the black friday sale prices are reverting back to their "regular sale prices". HD staff is just slow in changing the prices back on the kiosk. The items were bf sales prices for over a week. If you didn't get the bf pricing last week...then this maybe a last call because they will honor the kiosk price if it is still displayed.
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Looks like a ton of duplicate bits.
These kits are designed with contractors in mind. Bits break, so yea, there are lots of duplicates.
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Should I get theses? Or Norske Tools NIBPI708 40-Piece Impact Torsion Screwdriver Bit Set or Makita? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GK94..._lig_dp_it
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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072J5R...B07GK94LPY
I am 100% a Milwaukee fan boy, and love Milwaukee through and through. Even spent $122 on a drill this morning. If you looked at my basement, it's red.

However; this is one department Milwaukee falls super short in, even with the carbide driver bits. With respect to driver bits, Milwaukee one's are very brittle and not strong. The shorter bits may hold up longer, but the one's with the long neck won't. Milwaukee drill bits are fine, but drill bits are not driver bits. Some people may have had luck on these bits but it's been 50/50 in every forum and trade I've talked to.

Makita Impact Gold like the set below or other's are what you should buy. Not on sale right now, but you can find deals on Home Depot and Amazon for Makita throughout the year. They honestly make a really decent driver bit. Most other Milwaukee fan boys, contractors, etc. would agree as they've likely had bits snap or strip on them. Makita will wear down in time, but they are reliable and you can estimate that point when you get to it. Like if you were to build a deck, Makita will get you through it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../207104796
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I am 100% a Milwaukee fan boy, and love Milwaukee through and through. Even spent $122 on a drill this morning. If you looked at my basement, it's red.

However; this is one department Milwaukee falls super short in, even with the carbide driver bits. With respect to driver bits, Milwaukee one's are very brittle and not strong. The shorter bits may hold up longer, but the one's with the long neck won't. Milwaukee drill bits are fine, but drill bits are not driver bits. Some people may have had luck on these bits but it's been 50/50 in every forum and trade I've talked to.

Makita Impact Gold like the set below or other's are what you should buy. Not on sale right now, but you can find deals on Home Depot and Amazon for Makita throughout the year. They honestly make a really decent driver bit. Most other Milwaukee fan boys, contractors, etc. would agree as they've likely had bits snap or strip on them. Makita will wear down in time, but they are reliable and you can estimate that point when you get to it. Like if you were to build a deck, Makita will get you through it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../207104796
Second that. If you might go through the 20 P2 bits in this set, go Makita. If you just want a diverse assortment of impact bits, this is great, but I get at least 2x the life out of the gold Makitas vs the big box premium brands.
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If you are purchasing online at the $25 price, this set has more pieces including some drill bits.

Milwaukee 145 Piece Bit Set
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../310149301
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Looks like a ton of duplicate bits.
Duplicates are good. As soon as a bit cams out, you should replace.
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I am 100% a Milwaukee fan boy, and love Milwaukee through and through. Even spent $122 on a drill this morning. If you looked at my basement, it's red.

However; this is one department Milwaukee falls super short in, even with the carbide driver bits. With respect to driver bits, Milwaukee one's are very brittle and not strong. The shorter bits may hold up longer, but the one's with the long neck won't. Milwaukee drill bits are fine, but drill bits are not driver bits. Some people may have had luck on these bits but it's been 50/50 in every forum and trade I've talked to.

Makita Impact Gold like the set below or other's are what you should buy. Not on sale right now, but you can find deals on Home Depot and Amazon for Makita throughout the year. They honestly make a really decent driver bit. Most other Milwaukee fan boys, contractors, etc. would agree as they've likely had bits snap or strip on them. Makita will wear down in time, but they are reliable and you can estimate that point when you get to it. Like if you were to build a deck, Makita will get you through it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../207104796
Exactly. I got these for the cases to hold my Makita Gold bits, haha.
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Should I get theses? Or Norske Tools NIBPI708 40-Piece Impact Torsion Screwdriver Bit Set or Makita? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GK94..._lig_dp_it [amazon.com]
Or
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072J5R...B07GK94LPY [amazon.com]
Like the others have said, the Makitas are better quality. No matter which one you end up with, spend another $6 and get the Makita magnetic bit holder - it makes everything so much easier.
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I bought these during BF, I wonder if it's worth driving back to HD to save $6.
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It's $24.88 at Nanuet, NY store.
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