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70-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Steel Impact Driver Bit Set EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 70-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Steel Impact Driver Bit Set (48-32-4495) on sale for $9.88. Shipping is free. Thanks blackkhat

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  • Bit Types Included: Phillips, Square, Torx, Slotted, Hex
  • Comes with a magnetic bit holder.
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Agree -- it's like cable TV --- get 500 channels, watch only 10.
I have bought many kits like this but after losing, breaking or wearing out the few bits I actually use/need. I now just bought lots of the same bit. I mean everyone needs one do it all kit, but most of what are in these are never used.
The real standout in this set is a fairly complete set of hex driver insert bits. Metric and SAE are included, with 2x each size. Unfortunately, the metric side only goes down to 2.5mm. SAE side has 1/16 and 5/64, which can usually work for 1.5mm and 2.0mm, though.

There is a very complete set of uncommon Torx sizes, too - all the way up to T50. So if you have a need for those, then this is also golden.

I'd expect to pay $10 for the hex bits alone, so the rest is gravy for me. I don't like the case as much as the DeWalts, but the Milwaukee bits do seem to last longer.

If you don't need the more specialized bits, the 120pc set might be a better deal.

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I have bought many kits like this but after losing, breaking or wearing out the few bits I actually use/need. I now just bought lots of the same bit. I mean everyone needs one do it all kit, but most of what are in these are never used.
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in for 2.
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I have bought many kits like this but after losing, breaking or wearing out the few bits I actually use/need. I now just bought lots of the same bit. I mean everyone needs one do it all kit, but most of what are in these are never used.
Agree -- it's like cable TV --- get 500 channels, watch only 10.
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I prefer Torx. Pass for now
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I prefer Torx. Pass for now
Same here and tbf ~1/3 of the kit is torx bits.

What seems borderline useless is the SAE allen bits. Metric would be better. I can't recall any specific application I used SAE allen bolts on...
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I got a couple of these to have floating around the house, bits are disposable but I'll have to get sets of commonly used bits (tons of Philips) instead of one these days.
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I just got my set from the last order today. It contains duplicate Torx T-20, T-25, T-30 & T-50 bits. The hex bits are duplicate metric from 4, 5, 6. They seem very well made. Will find out durability soon enough.
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The real standout in this set is a fairly complete set of hex driver insert bits. Metric and SAE are included, with 2x each size. Unfortunately, the metric side only goes down to 2.5mm. SAE side has 1/16 and 5/64, which can usually work for 1.5mm and 2.0mm, though.

There is a very complete set of uncommon Torx sizes, too - all the way up to T50. So if you have a need for those, then this is also golden.

I'd expect to pay $10 for the hex bits alone, so the rest is gravy for me. I don't like the case as much as the DeWalts, but the Milwaukee bits do seem to last longer.

If you don't need the more specialized bits, the 120pc set might be a better deal.
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Pretty good deal. I got some but damn are they hard to get out of the little holders.
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I wonder if Amazon is matching. Also. At this price. I'd get the 120 piece to keep the jone's jealous.
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Thx in for 2. Good stocking stuffer! 👍
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Back in stock eh? So much for email notification!
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The real standout in this set is a fairly complete set of hex driver insert bits. Metric and SAE are included, with 2x each size. Unfortunately, the metric side only goes down to 2.5mm. SAE side has 1/16 and 5/64, which can usually work for 1.5mm and 2.0mm, though.

There is a very complete set of uncommon Torx sizes, too - all the way up to T65. So if you have a need for those, then this is also golden.

I'd expect to pay $10 for the hex bits alone, so the rest is gravy for me. I don't like the case as much as the DeWalts, but the Milwaukee bits do seem to last longer.

If you don't need the more specialized bits, the 120pc set might be a better deal.
Are you sure about the Torx sizes? The picture indicates only up to T50.
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