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Select Home Depot Stores: 120-Pc Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Drill & Driver Bits EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 120-Piece Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Steel Drill and Driver Bit Set (48-32-4496) for $24.88. Choose free curbside pick up where available.

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  • Bit Material: Alloy Steel
  • Drill Bit Type(s) Included: Bit Extender/ Holder, Screwdriver, Twist
  • Impact Driver Capability: Impact Rated
  • Shank Style: Hex
  • Drive Style: Hex
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Just curious, when do you use a square driver? I still haven't had a need for it.
It's called a robertson bit, I've heard quite popular in Canada, and with shipping crates.

https://www.thomasnet.com/article...r-history/
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Gotta love how this becomes a FP deal when it's the same price it's been for months and has been talked about and linked in nearly every impact bit thread for the last 8 weeks...

It was a regular deal in October, then became a popular deal at the beginning of January, and then gets reposted again and becomes front page. It's been the same price the entire time and has been available in store the entire time.

I guess people needed to be made aware again?
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Just curious, when do you use a square driver? I still haven't had a need for it.
You can use them for Kreg screws, although they're not exactly the same.
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Just curious, when do you use a square driver? I still haven't had a need for it.
Very useful in square drive screws. Once you get accustomed to square and star drive you will react to Phillips the same way people react to slotted. Sure, you can make a Phillips head screwdriver do what you need it to, but why would someone do that to themselves when better drive systems are available?
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I've just ready Makita have a better fit and won't slip as easily and is last 90x vs Milwaukee 50x
Where?
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This is a very nice set for the price however, bits are very hard to take out from the case. I posted the same comments in the HD review for this set.
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This is a very nice set for the price however, bits are very hard to take out from the case. I posted the same comments in the HD review for this set.
I considered returning because of this. It shouldn't take that much effort to pull a bit out.
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This is a very nice set for the price however, bits are very hard to take out from the case. I posted the same comments in the HD review for this set.
Quote from johnnyatl :
This is a very nice set for the price however, bits are very hard to take out from the case. I posted the same comments in the HD review for this set.
I considered returning because of this. It shouldn't take that much effort to pull a bit out.
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Just curious, when do you use a square driver? I still haven't had a need for it.
Square drive screws are awesome. Zero slip.
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Quote from Firstlast236 :
Just curious, when do you use a square driver? I still haven't had a need for it.
I use it all the time on structural screws and hardiebacker
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Quote from smartdriver :
I've just ready Makita have a better fit and won't slip as easily and is last 90x vs Milwaukee 50x
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6-xOHQTT5tw

Milwaukee bits perform very very well. Tops in the PF video above and clearly better than Makita Gold. Hard to beat especially at the price in this deal. The new Makita XPS not tested in the video, but hard to imagine it would be much better than Milwaukee bits and they are more expensive.
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Just curious, when do you use a square driver? I still haven't had a need for it.
Just used one to tighten my dryer's door
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I've been using milwaukee for years. Been a carpenter for over 10 years and I have to say the drill bits have been very disappointing. I stopped buying milwaukee bits and changed to makitas. I will say tho that for the price, still a good deal.
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I've been using milwaukee for years. Been a carpenter for over 10 years and I have to say the drill bits have been very disappointing. I stopped buying milwaukee bits and changed to makitas. I will say tho that for the price, still a good deal.
This deal is for impact bits but you are talking about drill bits...The Milwaukee drill bits are middle of the road at best, but these impact bits are near or at the top of consumer grade tools.

For 2 popular tool lines:
Milwaukee makes very good impact bits but mediocre titanium drill bits.

Dewalt makes very good drill bits but mediocre impact bits.
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This deal is for impact bits but you are talking about drill bits...The Milwaukee drill bits are middle of the road at best, but these impact bits are near or at the top of consumer grade tools.

For 2 popular tool lines:
Milwaukee makes very good impact bits but mediocre titanium drill bits.

Dewalt makes very good drill bits but mediocre impact bits.
Does the surge require impact bits?
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Does the surge require impact bits?
If you are referencing the Milwaukee Fuel Surge Impact Driver (aka hydraulic hex driver) then yes you should be using impact rated bits on an impact driver.
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Quote from Andytime :
This deal is for impact bits but you are talking about drill bits...The Milwaukee drill bits are middle of the road at best, but these impact bits are near or at the top of consumer grade tools.

For 2 popular tool lines:
Milwaukee makes very good impact bits but mediocre titanium drill bits.

Dewalt makes very good drill bits but mediocre impact bits.
This deal includes drill bits so maybe he is talking about them?
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