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Milwaukee 9-in-1 Square Drive Multi-Bit Driver EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has Milwaukee 9-in-1 Square Drive Multi-Bit Driver (48-22-2132) for $9.99. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits.

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About this Product:
  • The Milwaukee 9-in-1 Square Drive Multi-Bit Driver has 3-1/2 interchangeable power groove bits that are power tool compatible for maximum job site versatility.
  • The multi-bit screwdriver has wrench-ready hex shanks for additional leverage.
  • Includes:
    • (1) 1/4" Nut Driver,
    • (1) 9-in-1 Square Drive Multi-bit Driver (48-22-2132)
    • (1) Square Bit 1" SQ1
    • (1) Square Bit 2" SQ2
    • (1) Square Bit 2" SQ3
    • (1) Loop Maker
    • (1) Phillips #1
    • (1) Phillips #2
    • (1) Slotted 1/4" x 4"
    • (1) Slotted 3/16" x 6"

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    • Our research indicates that this price for Milwaukee 9-in-1 Square Drive Multi-Bit Driver is $4.98 lower (33% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $14.97 at the time of this research. -brisar
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Ace Hardware [acehardware.com] has Milwaukee 9-in-1 Square Drive Multi-Bit Driver for $9.99. Select Free Curbside Pickup where stock permits. You can earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback by following instructions below.
  • 3-1/2 interchangeable power groove bits
  • Includes:
    • (1) 1/4" Nut Driver,
    • (1) 9-in-1 Square Drive Multi-bit Driver (48-22-2132)
    • (1) Square Bit 1" SQ1
    • (1) Square Bit 2" SQ2
    • (1) Square Bit 2" SQ3
    • (1) Loop Maker
    • (1) Phillips #1
    • (1) Phillips #2
    • (1) Slotted 1/4" x 4"
    • (1) Slotted 3/16" x 6"
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I have the Ratchet one, spend $5 more as it is well worth it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../308537021
Not that much of a slickdeal (I think I got it for this price at HD) but I will say this is my go-to screwdriver. Bits are long and you can't get one out without using another to push it in, so you never lose a bit. I'm always losing bits with other multi-but screwdrivers. The loop maker is also very helpful for electrical work.
I have this, and it's fantastic. One of the best ratcheting screwdrivers I've owned.

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Milwaukee or bust 💀
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Not that much of a slickdeal (I think I got it for this price at HD) but I will say this is my go-to screwdriver. Bits are long and you can't get one out without using another to push it in, so you never lose a bit. I'm always losing bits with other multi-but screwdrivers. The loop maker is also very helpful for electrical work.
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I got sold on the 'Loop Maker' functionality.
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Square ='robertson
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Anyone know where to get replacement bits? My philips is starting to wear some.
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Thanks, i needed something to use my $5 reward on it.
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I have the Torx in this style from Milwaukee. Any suggestions on making it easier to get the bits out of the handle? Other than this I love the tool.
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Quote from BMETFerg :
I have the Torx in this style from Milwaukee. Any suggestions on making it easier to get the bits out of the handle? Other than this I love the tool.
It's sort of designed to require one bit to remove another. Keeps them from falling out.
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I have the Ratchet one, spend $5 more as it is well worth it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../308537021
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Anyone know where to get replacement bits? My philips is starting to wear some.
I don't believe Milwaukee sell replacements, at least when I was looking for some a while back.. I ended up going with the 3 or 3.5 in (I forget which but it's the same length as the stock ones) shockwave ones. It doesn't match the rest but it fits in the holder just fine and worked great.
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I got sold on the 'Loop Maker' functionality.
I had to google to find out what a loop maker is. I suppose it is great for someone who doesn't own a needle nose pliers that works so much better.
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Square ='robertson
Square does not equal robertson. Square bits will often get stuck in a Robertson screw, whereas a Robertson bit is much easier to remove.
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I have the Ratchet one, spend $5 more as it is well worth it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../308537021
I have this, and it's fantastic. One of the best ratcheting screwdrivers I've owned.
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