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DeWalt: 7-pc Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set or 6-pk 6" Reciprocating Saw Blades EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has for Ace Rewards Members (free to join): Select DeWalt Saw Blade & Drill Bit Sets listed below for $6.99 each. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits. Thanks rsvpd

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Ace Hardware has Select DeWalt Saw Blade & Drill Bit Sets on sale for $9.99. Ace Rewards members save extra $3 (automatically applied in cart) = $6.99 each. Rewards is free to join [acehardware.com]. Select free store pickup where stock permits.
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You drillin diamond homie?
This is so weird... I was looking at this exact set today on my Amazon order history. I picked it up about 8 years ago and of course used it for my project and haven't thought of it since. But was looking at my order history for a different drill bit set.

Now, the same set is a FP deal.

Talk about deja vu and matrix stuff

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Thanks, got some. Repped
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Are those SDS plus masonry bits?
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Got this last time... Going to wipe out the inventory if it's their tomorrow lol
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Are those SDS plus masonry bits?
They look like round shanks with three flats. Not SDS.
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This is so weird... I was looking at this exact set today on my Amazon order history. I picked it up about 8 years ago and of course used it for my project and haven't thought of it since. But was looking at my order history for a different drill bit set.

Now, the same set is a FP deal.

Talk about deja vu and matrix stuff
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Thanks OP! Been looking for a reasonable set of screwdriver bits.
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was hoping there is a drill bit for wood Frown
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These are great - here in PR most houses are concrete blocks and cement, so I need to break out the hammer drill for even hanging up pictures (command hooks don't work well unfortunately).
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Must...resist...aw, screw it. Getting the screwdriver set because you can never have too many bits, right?

Extra bonus, had $5 rewards in my account from something so score!
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I just used a set of these masonry bits to hang a bike rack in my garage over the weekend (brick/cement). Just want to say they worked amazingly well, had it up in about 5 minutes. I picked up two sets the last time these were listed on SD and think they were also from ace.
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They look like round shanks with three flats. Not SDS.
This is exactly right. I actually just picked up the masonry set last week for a project (for a few more dollars... argh, though I got it done already).

They're nice cheaper masonry bits and I had zero issue with slippage on brick (as expected), but not SDS, or plus or max...
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