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205-Pc Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Alloy Steel Drill & Driver Bit Set EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 205-Piece Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Alloy Steel Drill and Driver Bit Set (48-32-4084-48-32-4083) on sale for $59.97. Shipping is free. Thanks slickerdoodles
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  • Features a limited lifetime warranty.
  • Set Includes: 
    • Compact bit holder, one 1/4" to 1-7/8" nut driver, one 5/16" to 1-7/8" nut driver, one 1", 3/8" to 1-7/8" nut driver, two 1" PH1, six 1" PH2, two 1" P2R, two 1" PH3, two 1" SQ1, six 1" SQ2, two 1" SQ3, two 1" T15, six 1" T20, six 1" T25, two SL 1-8, two 1" SL 3/16, two 1" SL1/4", one 1" hex 9/64", one 1" hex 5/32" one 1" hex 3/16", one 1" hex 1/4, two 2" PH1, six 2" PH2, two 2" PH3, two 2" SQ1, six 2" SQ2, two 2" SQ3, two 2" T10, two 2" T15, six 2" T20, six 2" T25, three 3.5" PH2, one 3.5" SQ1, three 3.5" SQ2, one 3.5" T20, three 3.5" T25.

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 205-Piece Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact-Duty Steel Drill and Driver Bit Set on sale for $59.97. Shipping is free
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Looks like this is a combination of this deal for $35:
https://slickdeals.net/f/14080316-100-piece-milwaukee-shockwave-impact-duty-drill-and-driver-bit-set...
and this deal for $30:
https://slickdeals.net/f/14045123-105-piece-milwaukee-shockwave-impact-duty-steel-driver-bit-set-29-...

So you save $5. Good deal if you need both since both of those are already good deals. There's a lot of redundancy though so I'd take a look at the individual deals first.
Feeling pretty meh on this one.
I remember Milwaukee bits used to be junk as well. However, Milwaukee has posted in various forums in the past 2 or 3 years that they've improved/modified these. So afaik they arent too bad anymore. I didn't believe it, but project farm on youtube did a test comparison and it did pretty well.

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Thanks OP, in for 2 Smilie

..... I heard from a long time contractor that Shockwave is the toughest bits and best drills he's used.
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I think this is a good deal, you can never have enough PH2s
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Feeling pretty meh on this one.
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Looks like this is a combination of this deal for $35:
https://slickdeals.net/f/14080316-100-piece-milwaukee-shockwave-impact-duty-drill-and-driver-bit-set...
and this deal for $30:
https://slickdeals.net/f/14045123-105-piece-milwaukee-shockwave-impact-duty-steel-driver-bit-set-29-...

So you save $5. Good deal if you need both since both of those are already good deals. There's a lot of redundancy though so I'd take a look at the individual deals first.
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Related Milwaukee accessory deals:
https://www.homedepot.com/collect...=312743813
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Any danger just using a regular screw driver bit with an impact driver? (other than the bit getting destroyed)
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Any danger just using a regular screw driver bit with an impact driver? (other than the bit getting destroyed)
I thought everyone did this
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Any danger just using a regular screw driver bit with an impact driver? (other than the bit getting destroyed)
The only "danger" is that they can shatter and send shards at your eyes. The real reason not to is like you said, they just get destroyed. As the get destroyed they cam out your screws and generally make a mess. In a pinch they work fine though.

I wouldn't use a non impact bit holder if you can avoid it. They have a tendency to fuse to the bit or get stuck in the chuck.
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I'm not a fan of Milwaukee's driving accessories. Very disappointed with the ones I bought many years ago. These do look different so perhaps improved. The ones I had you could barely read the stamp marks on them and the tips wore out quickly.
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I'm not a fan of Milwaukee's driving accessories. Very disappointed with the ones I bought many years ago. These do look different so perhaps improved. The ones I had you could barely read the stamp marks on them and the tips wore out quickly.

I remember Milwaukee bits used to be junk as well. However, Milwaukee has posted in various forums in the past 2 or 3 years that they've improved/modified these. So afaik they arent too bad anymore. I didn't believe it, but project farm on youtube did a test comparison and it did pretty well.
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Milwaukee bits used to be junk as well. However, Milwaukee has posted in various forums in the past 2 or 3 years they've improved/modified these. So afaik they arent too bad anymore. I didn't believe it, but project farm on youtube did a test comparison and it did pretty well.
Good to see someone else knew about them... that is the old style. Something how someone downvotes for just making a comment. Glad they're better.
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Good to see someone else knew about them... that is the old style. Something how someone downvotes for just making a comment. Glad they're better.
Don't worry too much about it. Bits change all the time. I can't keep up either. Dewalt for example in the latest line has flex torque, max fit, and impact rated (black). Which all are MUCH better from the old dewalt bits I chewed up.

The competition between the major brands is carrying over on the accessories and its really improving the bits. Even the cases are light years better than before. Some of the old cases were such a pain to pull a bit out.

That's actually my hesitation on this deal. It isn't the bits. It's that the new cases from Dewalt and Bosch are just so much better. Also HD is running a $20 off $100 or $50 off $200 Milwaukee accessories sale but this combo for some reason is excluded :/
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This video does comparisons on different bits and Milwaukee seems to do pretty well. https://youtu.be/6-xOHQTT5tw
also test on drill bits. if interested https://youtu.be/xgQeSrsAXgE
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