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7-Piece DeWALT Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has 7-Piece DeWALT Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set (DW5207) on sale for $9.99 - $3 for Ace Rewards Members (free to join) = $6.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks overwatch22

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DeWalt Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set 7 pc.

$9.99 - $3.00 = $6.99 (Free Store or Curbside Pickup)

Extra $3.00 off for Ace Rewards members ends 08/31/20 (Limit 4) *membership is free

Power through masonry, concrete, rock and more with Dewalt hammer drill bits. Featuring rock carbide tips that maximize surface contact for extended bit life and a 4-flute design that cleans debris while you work. 3 flats on the shank eliminate bit slippage.
  • What's Included: (1) 3/16 in. x 3 in., (2) 1/4 in. x 4 in., (1) 1/4 in. x 6 in., (1) 5/16 in. x 6 in., (1) 3/8 in. x 6 in. and (1) 1/2 in. x 6 in. drills
  • 2 cutter carbide tip maximizes carbide surface contact for longer bit life
  • Four flute design cleans debris out for fast, efficient drilling
  • Carbide tip provides up to 2X longer life
  • Made in Germany
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When you are working with brick, concrete or any masonry, please wear N95 grade masks as these stones have silica in them that can be harmful to your lungs. Don't take this lightly. It will screw up your lungs big time.

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I buy this set whenever I need these. Really happy with quality for price. Seems like a good deal to me.
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Tried to have it shipped a couple of times. Always cancelled or something.

Ace is like Amazon in prehistoric ages.
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In for 1, thanks OP!
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I bought these the last time it was on sale. It took a couple of days for them to get the order ready for pickup.
I've used it to drill a hole is a concrete slab. It worked fine.
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Dang really needed some to drill in brick wall but don't have ACE, wish HD would match.
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I bought these the last time it was on sale. It took a couple of days for them to get the order ready for pickup.
I've used it to drill a hole is a concrete slab. It worked fine.
Old hard concrete or new soft concrete?
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Price just jumped as I was checking out
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This wouldn't work for a porcelain tile, would it?
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This wouldn't work for a porcelain tile, would it?
No. You need a bit suitable for ceramic -- carbide tipped or diamond tipped (I would opt for the latter) AND take your time. EDIT: fixed misspelling.
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You'll need to sign in with your Ace Rewards account - free to join [acehardware.com].
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This wouldn't work for a porcelain tile, would it?
Are you drilling through porcelain or ceramic tile? If the former then only a diamond tipped bit will suffice. If the latter, then either a carbide tipped or a diamond tipped bit should work for you. Sorry, I jumped the gun in my first reply to you .
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