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40-Piece DeWalt Impact Ready Multi Size in. x 3/8 in. L Screwdriver Bit Black Oxide for $14.99

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Not a single comment yet it's on the front page as a popular deal...hmm...
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Not a single comment yet it's on the front page as a popular deal...hmm...
There are deals for dewalt bits on here almost every week. Most can be found being sold by Amazon, which has a hassle free return policy.
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Not a single comment yet it's on the front page as a popular deal...hmm...
7 thumbs up somehow gets you on the front page. Dewalt bits blow, Bosch or Makita are the way to go.
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Not a single comment yet it's on the front page as a popular deal...hmm...
I bought them the last time they came up. They are decent bits for the price.
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7 thumbs up somehow gets you on the front page. Dewalt bits blow, Bosch or Makita are the way to go.
Would you elaborate on DEWALT quality?
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Dewalt bits are fine. I've never had any issues. Some people prefer others, but unless you are using them a ton and ton, bits are so cheap imo it's not worth stressing about.
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Would this work with a ridgid ?
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Would this work with a ridgid ?
Yes.. They're all interchangable...
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Yes it will work with ridgid.
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Dewalt bits and blades are garbage. Don't waste your money. For bits hold out for makita gold.
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40 piece makita gold set is $1 more, and that's the regular price. I'd spend the extra buck. Not just because they're higher quality, but for the bling factor.
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Not a single comment yet it's on the front page as a popular deal...hmm...
Yeah, maybe because they look at page views and votes to determine if a deal is popular.
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I have these bits. Use them everyday and they have held up great! I just can't stand the bit storage slots. They are worthless. I pulled the storage slots out of one side and have my favorite bits floating loose.
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Not a single comment yet it's on the front page as a popular deal...hmm...
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7 thumbs up somehow gets you on the front page. Dewalt bits blow, Bosch or Makita are the way to go.
The only reason you would see it on *your* front page is because you likely have the Tools or Home Improvement category (or the stores Ace Hardware or Sears) set to show you more deals, in your front page preferences.

For anyone that doesn't have one of those set as a preference for their front page view, they will only see the deal in the popular deals section or hot deals, unless the thread actually becomes a front page thread Wink
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