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DeWalt #8 Drill/Drive Accessory System EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has DeWalt #8 Drill/Drive Accessory System on sale for $11.64. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • These drive units feature quick change mechanism for easy one-step loading and are easy to push forward for one-handed release.
  • Black oxide split-point drill bits start on contact
  • Contoured finger grip for easy ergonomic use
  • The DW2701 have a 5/16-Inch shank for added durability and is one integral unit that keeps everything together and no lost parts.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the DeWalt DW2701 #8 Drill Flip Drive Complete Unit on sale for $11.88 (44% off).
  • Quick and easy changes between drilling and driving allows user to finish jobs faster
  • Black oxide split-point drill bits start on contact
  • Contoured finger grip for easy ergonomic use
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Looks like the Three Dromedaries have this at an average of $16.04 dropping as low as $8 in July of this year. Not a bad deal. The real draw for me on this is the countersink built into that bit. It appears to be easily replaceable with that set screw too.

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Looks like the Three Dromedaries have this at an average of $16.04 dropping as low as $8 in July of this year. Not a bad deal. The real draw for me on this is the countersink built into that bit. It appears to be easily replaceable with that set screw too.
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Nice tool. this will come in handy. a real time saver.
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Does anyone know of a great use case for this? I feel like if your project requires switching back and forth often enough to find value in this, it would make more sense just to use both a drill and a driver instead. Maybe for a field tech?
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Quote from scubasasquatch :
Looks like the Three Dromedaries have this at an average of $16.04 dropping as low as $8 in July of this year. Not a bad deal. The real draw for me on this is the countersink built into that bit. It appears to be easily replaceable with that set screw too.
Thanks for pointing out the countersink feature. I'm tired of using two drills and still switching one out with a countersink bit.
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Quote from coconuttzx :
Thanks for pointing out the countersink feature. I'm tired of using two drills and still switching one out with a countersink bit.
They also make drill + countersink combos in 1 bit in case you weren't aware
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I have been using a similar one for over 20 years. It's a great tool to keep with your drill. I use it all the time for driving screws and if need be you can drill a pilot hole and countersink it instantly.
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Does anyone know of a great use case for this? I feel like if your project requires switching back and forth often enough to find value in this, it would make more sense just to use both a drill and a driver instead. Maybe for a field tech?
Installing doors, blinds and woodworking for me. I like to drill pilot holes before the screw so it won't split the wood, also with Phillips head screws, it's less likely to strip the head of the screw. I usually have two drills ready with desired bits just so I can save a little time by not switching out bits every hole.
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Installing doors, blinds and woodworking for me. I like to drill pilot holes before the screw so it won't split the wood, also with Phillips head screws, it's less likely to strip the head of the screw. I usually have two drills ready with desired bits just so I can save a little time by not switching out bits every hole.
I am 100% on board with pilot holes, I was just curious if anyone had a use for this that was better than just using both a drill and a driver for the job if you're going back and forth between drilling and driving. It's like how you'll often see people with like 4 different angle grinders, just so you don't need to swap discs. I think anyone who is a home gamer would probably benefit more from spending the $11 on a drill bit set instead, it gives infinitely more options.
Low volt installation techs would probably be the best demographic for this.
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Quote from BleedRed :
Does anyone know of a great use case for this? I feel like if your project requires switching back and forth often enough to find value in this, it would make more sense just to use both a drill and a driver instead. Maybe for a field tech?
Definitely for field work but also in places where it's not feasible / convenient to have a second drill with you, like up a ladder or in a confined area.
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Definitely for field work but also in places where it's not feasible / convenient to have a second drill with you, like up a ladder or in a confined area.
Maybe not in a confined space, it's like 6 inches long and doesn't fit into an impact driver.
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Is the drill bit replaceable or you can only use #8?
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It seems like this is only for #8 screws, so I'm guessing if you are using #8 alot, this would be the only good reason to have this? Come on guys, I'm trying to find a reason to buy this!
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I have had this exact model for about 6 years. I have gone through 2 drills but replaced both times with a allen wrench which is easy peasy. Have to say just having the option to flip between pre-drilling w/ counter-sinking and then screwing down is just plain smart. I have used primarily for hanging shelving units where I want flush screws. Good find and price for sure!
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