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Select Lowe's Stores: 70-Piece DeWalt Tough Grip Hex Shank Screwdriver Bit Set EXPIRED

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Select Lowe's Stores has 70-Piece DeWalt Tough Grip Steel Hex Shank Screwdriver Bit Set (DWA70SETTWR) for $14.98. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Chris2

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Features a full hex design to help increase bit tip strength and heat treated to maximize torque. - CChoiVA

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Lowe's (in-store or pickup online) has the Dewalt tough grip 70 piece bit set on sale for $14.98. Looks like it normally retails for $45.

Item # 858724 Model # DWA70SETTWR
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-T...1000282661
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They have too many versions this shit. It's hard to even tell what their best vs their economy based products are.
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I was just at Lowe's. They had this kit next to an 82 piece kit. The two kits were exactly identical except that the 82 piece kit had 12 more little bits in the box o bits. The 82 piece was listed for the same price but instead of being "originally $45" it was "originally $25". These deals don't make any sense at all.
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Toughgrip would be for general driving of screws with a power drill and light impact driver use. The cool thing is the quick changing to different bits using the included hex adapter without turning a chuck. The flextorq is specifically designed for heavy impact driver use.
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The Dewalt 50pc FLEXTORQ is also on sale for $14.98 with some availability at least in my area: https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-F...1001043922
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They have too many versions this shit. It's hard to even tell what their best vs their economy based products are.
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What holds me back is how much space these big, blocky cases take up. Good price if you need them though.
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Not in stock anywhere near me, but i can get it shipped for $65 truck delivery. Lol.
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They have too many versions this shit. It's hard to even tell what their best vs their economy based products are.
Exactly! Too many versions, I want a comprehensive kit! Stop making me buy another kit for a few different bits.
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They have too many versions this shit. It's hard to even tell what their best vs their economy based products are.
Tbh just look for the bits you need for the power tool you have. I run torx a lot so I buy sets that have a lot of t20 or t25.
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The Dewalt 50pc FLEXTORQ is also on sale for $14.98 with some availability at least in my area: https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-F...1001043922 [lowes.com]
Do you (or anyone) know which series is better? Tough Grip or FlexTorq
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Flextorq or the tough grip?? Which do I get for general everyday use? 😩
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Do you (or anyone) know which series is better? Tough Grip or FlexTorq
Toughgrip would be for general driving of screws with a power drill and light impact driver use. The cool thing is the quick changing to different bits using the included hex adapter without turning a chuck. The flextorq is specifically designed for heavy impact driver use.
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Flextorq or the tough grip?? Which do I get for general everyday use? 😩
Tough grip
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Will these work with Bosch 12V Drill / Impact Drive?
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Will these work with Bosch 12V Drill / Impact Drive?
Yes, will work on any standard drill with a twist (chuck) bit or with a 1/4" hex bit which is what most impact drivers use.
Won't work with 1/2" impact wrenches or sds drills. Which are both kind of specialized.
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Flextorq or the tough grip?? Which do I get for general everyday use? 😩
Always buy the stronger rated one or you are wasting your money.
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