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RYOBI Impact Rated Driving Bit Kits: 70-Piece $13, 50-Piece

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I'm a general contractor and I have two sets. One for my drill and one for my 1/4 impact. I use these religiously. I have had zero issues with them. I plan on getting a few more to replace the PH2/T25 because they've worn after a solid use for a year.
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OK who owns these for a SD review?
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OK who owns these for a SD review?
I'm a general contractor and I have two sets. One for my drill and one for my 1/4 impact. I use these religiously. I have had zero issues with them. I plan on getting a few more to replace the PH2/T25 because they've worn after a solid use for a year.
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I'm a general contractor and I have two sets. One for my drill and one for my 1/4 impact. I use these religiously. I have had zero issues with them. I plan on getting a few more to replace the PH2/T25 because they've worn after a solid use for a year.
Wow, that was a great review!!!
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I bought this set and have no issues with the bits themselves - they work great. I do have an issue with the slots they go into though. It can be a real pain to get them out of the slots that sit in because they're all so close together. Would definitely buy again at this price though
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Similar positive experience. Use this the most since it has a case (unlike my other bits that are just in a box..) there are also two free slots that I added hex bits to. Only negative is that it's a bit difficult to to get out the bits sometimes, but I actually resolved that by using taking out some of the duplicate bits since I don't need 4 philips at a given time
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I have a ton of different versions of these. Have all been great. I'm gonna buy the 70 piece and put that in the garage. Then I can keep all my other ones in the shed workshop.

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Edit: 62 in stock and can't do in store pickup. Hate when they do that!
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Is the 70 piece really worth the extra $5? Are those extra bits really useful for the occasional user?
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Is the 70 piece really worth the extra $5? Are those extra bits really useful for the occasional user?
I was comparing the 2 myself. For the average user, probably not.
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I bought the larger one. Seemed like some bits you won't need often, but when you do, you'll be thankful....
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They're worst bits I've ever used. They cam out more than any other brand. I have a ton of their cordless tools and they work just fine but their bits are junk. I've got a couple small cases of DeWalt bits that I've been using for over 5 years and except for the ones I've lost they're all still working fine. I picked up a big case of these Ryobi bits last year because they were cheap and I should've left them in the store.
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They're worst bits I've ever used. They cam out more than any other brand. I have a ton of their cordless tools and they work just fine but their bits are junk. I've got a couple small cases of DeWalt bits that I've been using for over 5 years and except for the ones I've lost they're all still working fine. I picked up a big case of these Ryobi bits last year because they were cheap and I should've left them in the store.
Gotta agree, they are not great at all, that's why they are so cheap
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This set or the Milwaukee set that was posted yesterday on SD?
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Can this work with a dewalt? Their bits never go on sale
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