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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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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.
Agreed. I have a similar Milwaukee set I bought a couple of years ago. Very high quality bits.

But after a year, I realized I was not using them much - would be more likely to use a lesser bit just because it was easier to get out of that other case. Realizing this was foolish, I took the time to actually enlarge every single slot in the case, using the proper sized drill bit. Did not take too long, now they are easy to put in and out, and I actually use them a lot more.

Yes, I could have waited 15 years for things to wear in by themselves, but the drill bit enlargement solved it more quickly.

Completely agree this is a design defect. You should not need work gloves or a pair of pliers to get a bit out. I don't know why they make them so hard to remove. Maybe the Chinese(?) factories building them are cheating on the spec and Milwaukee has not caught on to it yet?

Also, other than the actual bit holders in the case being too tight, the case itself is great - top quality.
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Also, other than the actual bit holders in the case being too tight, the case itself is great - top quality.
Completely agree. Love the cases other than the tight bits. After I used them more and they are easier to take out I love the cases and ability to customize them.
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I have this as well, could have bought other ones but I just bought a new home so I said do it right the first time. Love the case, feels so thicc
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Just curious, when do you use a square driver? I still haven't had a need for it.
Us sparkies (electrical comtractors) use them for almost everything.
They have been the default for many years for receptacles /ocpd/switches/clamps etc...cant be camming out of fasteners in boxes when working with wires.Stripping the insulation on a wire when ya cam oit of fastener is no fun.

Only thing that isnt square bit are ground screws for some reason,those are urlhasbeenblocked good ole 5/16 hexs
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I got the 70pc during black friday. The bits are awesome. These and the makita xps are now my favorites.

But the case is a huge negative. It is so hard to pull out the bits. For the short ones, I had to use pliers as my fingers can't get in there to pinch them hard enough. I took all the bits out and put them in a plastic container.
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Quote from JubilantBear :
It's called a robertson bit, I've heard quite popular in Canada, and with shipping crates.

https://www.thomasnet.com/article...r-history/
Canadians invented the two best bit designs and we are stuck with Phillips.
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Quote from jemhunter :
I got the 70pc during black friday. The bits are awesome. These and the makita xps are now my favorites.

But the case is a huge negative. It is so hard to pull out the bits. For the short ones, I had to use pliers as my fingers can't get in there to pinch them hard enough. I took all the bits out and put them in a plastic container.
It will loosen over time. Once I yanked the ph2 out 15-30 times it became loose yet snug.
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Quote from iRenaissanceMan :
Anyone able to comment these vs makita bits?
I have the Milwaukee set and used a P3 to undo a Honda rotor screw - the impact bit head was completely shredded (I did find out I needed a JIS-3 bit for the rotor screw). Anyhow, I used a Bosch P3 and was able to unscrew the other rotor screws.

The 100-bit Makita set is only $20 and it is better value. I am getting Makita set.
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Anyone able to comment these vs makita bits?
The bits are pretty nice, except they're hard to get in and out of the case. But I've broken two of the hex to 3/8 inch socket drive adapters. I've actually had much better luck with the cheap Harbor Freight hex to socket drive adapters - I just buy the cheapest ones (they have two grades) and abuse the snot out of them. The Milwaukees didn't last a day.
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The bits are pretty nice, except they're hard to get in and out of the case. But I've broken two of the hex to 3/8 inch socket drive adapters. I've actually had much better luck with the cheap Harbor Freight hex to socket drive adapters - I just buy the cheapest ones (they have two grades) and abuse the snot out of them. The Milwaukees didn't last a day.
Agree. Milwaukee socket adapters are notoriously fragile. Dewalt socket adapters are best consumer grade adapters. Milwaukee impact bits are excellent, so I put the dewalt socket adapters in my Milwaukee impact bit kit.
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The better of the sets at HD currently on sale would be the 45 piece Makita XPS bits. The case and quality of the Makita blows this Milwaukee set out of the water.
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Does anyone know if Milwaukee or another good brand makes a variety bit set that contains all long bits (similar to size of bits on the middle bottom in this set)?
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Does anyone know if Milwaukee or another good brand makes a variety bit set that contains all long bits (similar to size of bits on the middle bottom in this set)?
Yes. Search for "power bits" and look for a decent brand name
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Looks like the deal ended Frown
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Quote from jayden.min :
Looks like the deal ended Frown
There's still this set floating around.. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...bVZ0Sj1040
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