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MILWAUKEE 15 Piece SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit Set $19.97 at Home Depot FS

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Home Depot has MILWAUKEE 15 Piece SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit Set $19.97 with Free shipping.

The MILWAUKEE 15 Piece SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit Set is engineered for extreme durability and long life. The QUAD EDGE tip delivers a precision start and four cutting edges to create smaller chips for faster removal and less heat leading to longer bit life. Designed with a Variable Helix that includes an aggressive 35° helical angle, which ends at 15°, these tapered drill bits with RED HELIX provide Rapid Chip Removal limiting heat buildup to Stay Sharper Longer. The bits also feature an internal ENHANCED TAPERED WEB that greatly increases their strength, reducing premature breakage. Ideal for various applications including but not limited to wood, plastics, and metals, Milwaukee Red Helix Titanium Drill Bits provide up to 5X life vs. black oxide drill bits.
5X Life vs. Black Oxide Drill Bits
1/4" Hex Shank. Use in Drills or Impact Drivers
SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Bits
135° Split Point Tip
Titanium Coated for longer life
Ideal for Wood, Plastics, & Metals
Includes: (2) 1/16" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 5/64" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 3/32" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 7/64" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (2) 1/8" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 9/64" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 5/32" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (2) 3/16" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 7/32" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 1/4" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 5/16" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit; (1) 3/8" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit

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Can anyone recommend these for the price? I'm looking to upgrade from my inexpensive ryobi set.
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The cases holding the bits are the dumbest design ever. You need pliers to get them out. I have cut myself trying to remove them before.
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The cases holding the bits are the dumbest design ever. You need pliers to get them out. I have cut myself trying to remove them before.
This is absolutely right! I have this set and it is impossible to get the smaller bits out without pliers or cutting yourself trying to pull with just your fingers. Also, the smaller bits seem more brittle than other brands. I cannot recommend this set at all.
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i think its a good purchase, I have not had to use pliers to remove mine at all. the holders rotate out so that its easier to grip the bit. The first time it is very snug but after that its much better.
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Brittle. Breaks easily. Love my Milwaukee stuff. This at bottom of my list tho. Have broken several of the bits. We're not even abused.
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If this sucks, whats a good titanium bit set?
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If this sucks, whats a good titanium bit set?
I stick with cobalt for drill bits
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The cases holding the bits are the dumbest design ever. You need pliers to get them out. I have cut myself trying to remove them before.
I don't understand why it's so tough for manufacturers to make a proper case. It's not just Milwaukee, it's every single one I've tried. They're all bulky, wasting lots of space, difficult to extract, flimsy, or some combination of the lot.
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Can I use these to drill into tiles?
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Can I use these to drill into tiles?
Negative. You will want a bit made specifically for tile. I use this type:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../204994401
(That link is for illustration purposes only. Not a link to a slickdeal).
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If this sucks, whats a good titanium bit set?
I love Milwaukee, but their bits are trash. I have really been impressed by my Bosch cobalt drill bits.
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I don't understand why it's so tough for manufacturers to make a proper case. It's not just Milwaukee, it's every single one I've tried. They're all bulky, wasting lots of space, difficult to extract, flimsy, or some combination of the lot.
Amen. I've got a big tool set in a standard plastic folding case, and I literally need to use a tool to get the tools out. The design team should create a prototype first and try it out. Then back to the drawing board to make it user-friendly.laugh out loud
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