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Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Steel Drill and Driver Bit Set (120-Piece) $25

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Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Steel Drill and Driver Bit Set (120-Piece) [homedepot.com]

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  • SHOCKWAVE Impact Driver Bits are engineered to be the Most Durable, Best Fitting driver bits on the market. The Wear Guard Tip delivers increased wear resistance which protects the fit over the life of the bit. The Shockzone is optimized for each tip type and length of driver bit to absorb peak torque and prevent breaking.
  • Precise fit custom machined tip prevents stripping and reduces wobble
  • Shockzones are optimized in both length and width per tip type for best performance across tip types
  • Laser hardening at the tip creates an outer protective shield for improved wear resistance
  • Includes: one 48-32-4496-120-pieces SHOCKWAVE D&D kit equals to 1 in. P1(4), 1 in. P2(8), 1 in. P2R (4), 1 in. P3(4), 1 in. SQ1(4), 1 in. SQ2 (8), 1 in. SQ3(4), 1 in. T10(4), 1 in. T15(4), 1 in. T20(4), 1 in. T25 (5), 1 in. T27(3), 1 in. T30(3), 1 in. SL7/64 in. (#3-4) #4(3), 1 in. SL1/8 in. (#4-5) #6(3), 1 in. SL3/16 in. (#6-8) #8(3), 1 in. SL1/4 in. (#8-10) #10(3), 1 in. SL9/32 in. (#10-12) #12(3), 1 in. hex 1/16 in. two, 1 in. hex 5/64 in. two, 1 in. hex 3/32 in. two, 1 in. hex 7/64 in. two, 1 in. hex 1/8 in. two, 1 in. hex 9/64 in. two, 1 in. hex 5/32 in. two, 1 in. hex 3/16 in. two, 1 in. hex 1/4 in. two, 1 in. hex 2.5 mm two, 1 in. hex 3 mm two, 1 in. hex 4 mm two, 1 in. hex 5 mm two, 1 in. hex 6 mm two, 2 in. P2(3), 2 in. P3one, 2 in. SQ2(3), 2 in. SQ3one, 2 in. T20, one, 2 in. T25 (3), compact (2.36 in.) bit holder one, 1/16 in. TiN SHOCKWAVE (1), 5/64 in. TiN SHOCKWAVE (1), 3/32 in. TiN SHOCKWAVE (1), 7/64 in. TiN SHOCKWAVE (1), 1/8 in. TiN SHOCKWAVE (1)
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How are these compared to Makita, Dewalt or Bosch bits ?
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How are these compared to Makita, Dewalt or Bosch bits ?
Saw your question on the Makita Kit. First time I grabbed an impact was in April. I started as Makita guy, so I went with the XPS 60 piece for it to match my drill. Then I was converted to Milwaukee. So I bought Milwaukee driver and dill bits. I have the hardest time with the Phillips bits. They seem to slip too much. The magnetic sleeve feels weaker than the Makita. I started getting addicted to bits and tools, ended up buying Dewalt Max Impact and Bosch. As beginner this is my opinion. And I'm invested in M18, we'll see how they do in the long run.
1.Makita XPS/ Dewalt
2.Bosch
3.Milwaukee
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How are these compared to Makita, Dewalt or Bosch bits ?
Project Farm channel did a test comparison of several brands of driver bits https://youtu.be/6-xOHQTT5tw
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Anyone able to find this? Seems like its off the website.
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Anyone able to find this? Seems like its off the website.
same with me
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same with me
I went to HD this morning they have ton of them in store.
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Saw your question on the Makita Kit. First time I grabbed an impact was in April. I started as Makita guy, so I went with the XPS 60 piece for it to match my drill. Then I was converted to Milwaukee. So I bought Milwaukee driver and dill bits. I have the hardest time with the Phillips bits. They seem to slip too much. The magnetic sleeve feels weaker than the Makita. I started getting addicted to bits and tools, ended up buying Dewalt Max Impact and Bosch. As beginner this is my opinion. And I'm invested in M18, we'll see how they do in the long run.
1.Makita XPS/ Dewalt
2.Bosch
3.Milwaukee
Literally exactly the same as me. Bought XPS, started acquiring Milwaukee tools and wanted matching bits but the XPS are FARRRRR superior. Better built case with labeled bits alone is so much nicer.

XPS is top of the line. Milwaukees are fine, though but if your just going to have one set as a DIY/Homeowner because you won't be driving enough to destroy the bits, get the XPS
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Cannot find it on their website nor have a model number or sku
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Saw your question on the Makita Kit. First time I grabbed an impact was in April. I started as Makita guy, so I went with the XPS 60 piece for it to match my drill. Then I was converted to Milwaukee. So I bought Milwaukee driver and dill bits. I have the hardest time with the Phillips bits. They seem to slip too much. The magnetic sleeve feels weaker than the Makita. I started getting addicted to bits and tools, ended up buying Dewalt Max Impact and Bosch. As beginner this is my opinion. And I'm invested in M18, we'll see how they do in the long run.
1.Makita XPS/ Dewalt
2.Bosch
3.Milwaukee
I am dewalt ecosystem so will prefer to stick with its bits if they are also good.

Which dewalt driver bit do you recommend ?
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I thought it was at first but is not coming up at the sale price
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I'm getting "part is not available"
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I am dewalt ecosystem so will prefer to stick with its bits if they are also good.

Which dewalt driver bit do you recommend ?
1.Dewalt Max Impact @ $19.99, Not on sale atm.
2. Dewalt Max fit around @ $9.99, If you don't want to spend $20 on the others. If you go with these you can also go with the Dewalt drill bits that are currently $9.99, down from $15. $20 for both is not bad.
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Not seeing the lower price.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-SHOCKWAVE-High-Speed-Steel-Impact-Duty-Drill-and-Drive-Bit-Set-120-Piece-48-32-4029-48-32-4029/308305401
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