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BLACK+DECKER Screwdriver Bit Set / Drill Bit Set, 109-Piece (BDA91109) $14.98
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35 on the left side
40 on the right
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75 bits
So they included 34 screws and had the gall to call it 109-bit set?
laugh out loud
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I received a very similar B+D set as a gift a few years ago. Different case and a few more bits, but essentially the same stuff. The masonry bits dulled on the first or second use. The drill bits are very brittle. All the small bits broke quickly and most of the the larger ones either split, broke at the tip, or twisted out of shape.

Before you suggest I don't know what I'm doing and I'm just too hard on my bits, I've had my Milwaukee drill bits for many years and use them regularly without any issues. My Dewalt driver bit set is going strong after 4 years of nearly daily use. Only the #2 phillips bits have required replacement.

Owning a B+D set similar to the OP set, I wouldn't even pay $15 for it.
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I think I just paid $18.88 from Lowe's two weeks ago for the same set.
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Awesome just put these in my cart at Home Depot last night. These are 5$ cheaper
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I bought this years ago. It's very crappy.

Keep an eye out for individual sales of Bosch and Dewalt. It may end up costing around $25-30 to get these individually but it'll save you the need to replace this.
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Bit by bit I get sucked into another SD
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I'm kind of obsessed with bits, bit I think I have enough for now.
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Quote from Papastukes :
Bit by bit I get sucked into another SD
You win the comments section 😂
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Quote from ruouttaurmind :
I received a very similar B+D set as a gift a few years ago. Different case and a few more bits, but essentially the same stuff. The masonry bits dulled on the first or second use. The drill bits are very brittle. All the small bits broke quickly and most of the the larger ones either split, broke at the tip, or twisted out of shape.

Before you suggest I don't know what I'm doing and I'm just too hard on my bits, I've had my Milwaukee drill bits for many years and use them regularly without any issues. My Dewalt driver bit set is going strong after 4 years of nearly daily use. Only the #2 phillips bits have required replacement.

Owning a B+D set similar to the OP set, I wouldn't even pay $15 for it.
Funny I just watched Project Farm's bit testing data #2 Philips a week ago. Milwaukee tops the chart with the most toughest bit from new, to used, and percentage retention in wear. Harbor Freight's Bauer bits is the best value if you're looking to cut costs. DeWalt and Craftsman have very similar performance though not as good as Milwaukee but costs less.

Yeah, $15 sounds overpriced for bits and filler drill bits. I bet those drill bits snap easily and probably not worth keeping around.

Anyone who wants to watch the Philips #2 test:
https://youtu.be/6-xOHQTT5tw
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I stopped buying cheapo bits. They end up costing more in frustration, damaged screws and projects. There are plenty of deals around for DeWalt, Milwaukee, Makita etc. bits
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I bought this for a quick project. The drills broke in two. Would recommend you spend a few extra bucks on better set.
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