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Milwaukee (48-89-2801) 21 Piece Black Oxide Twist Drill Bit Set $12.88 YMMV

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The Milwaukee 21-piece Thunderbolt Black Oxide Drill Bit Set offers convenience and heavy-duty performance on the job site. These drill bits are designed for extreme durability and long-life. The Thunderbolt web features a thicker core to provide ultimate strength and protect against side-load breakage. Corrosion resistant coating provides lubricity and resists the corrosion of the tip. A specially designed parabolic flute form clears chips fast, while the 3-Flat Secure-Grip shank holds the drill bit firmly in the drill chuck. The 135° split point tip delivers a precision start and prevents walking for fast, accurate holes. The Milwaukee Thunderbolt Black Oxide bits are effective for drilling on curved surfaces and require less effort to drill through metal, wood and PVC. The set comes in a durable carry case and includes bit sizes two 1/16 in., two 5/64 in., 3/32 in., 7/64 in., two 1/8 in., 9/64 in., 5/32 in., 11/64 in., two 3/16 in., 13/64 in., 7/32 in., 15/64 in., two 1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 in. and 1/2 in.
Extreme durability: a thicker web provides strength and long-life
Fast, accurate drilling: 135° split-point tip starts on contact to prevent walking, while the parabolic flute clears chips fast
Reduced slipping: 3-flat secure-grip shank holds the bit firmly in the drill chuck
Corrosion resistance: black oxide coating provides lubricity and resists corrosion of the bit
Flexibility with projects: includes 21 twist drill bits in jobber length bit sizes for a variety of applications
Various sizes: bit sizes range from 1/16 in. to 1/2 in.
Reduced shank diameter for use in 3/8 in. chucks
Includes: two 1/16 in., two 5/64 in., 3/32 in., 7/64 in., two 1/8 in., 9/64 in., 5/32 in., 11/64 in., two 3/16 in., 13/64 in., 7/32 in., 15/64 in., two 1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 in. and 1/2 in.
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Can someone recommend a bit for drilling through sheet metal, or if this set is good for that?
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Only this case already comes with junk bits made in China.... Don't even think about drilling much steel, or ANY type of hardened steel. The Milwaukee Shockwave impact ready are a little better with the titanium coating, but not even as good as DeWalt's cheapest.

For an economical Chinese bit that holds up well [youtube.com], search for the DeWalt DWA1184 series... And since he tested the black oxide like the OP Milwaukee are, the titanium coated in same model number are even better. Here is the 14pc set [homedepot.com], but they go up to 21pc and more.

PS: We use Hanson and Triumph drill bits that we buy direct, but when on a job site and need a bit, the DeWalt will get you by.
Ps you use very expensive cobalt bits
Link to cobalt Milwaukee
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../304198711
Have I used the Milwaukee cobalt - no I have not used them just saying comparing apples to tomatoes or whatever.

The project farm I did not watch this time did in past - says the very expensive Bosch are tops or the dewalt for cheap....
The Bosch tested are cobalt of course they will be better


oh and edit snagged one set for hopefully moderate use for cheap.
wish there were good sales on cobalt bits particularly large ones
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Was able to pick one up with the 35801 zip. Thanks OP.
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How are you using the 91784 zip code to order - at some point, don't you have to have it shipped to your local store or shipped to home?

When I do that...it changes back to the $29 price.
Searched for the zip. Made the store as My Store. That allowed me to put the item with the $12.88 price in the cart. Then simply checked out. My account has my NC home address and it checked out at the $12.88 price just fine.
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Shows 29 for me!
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Dang seems good but I have WAYYYYYY too many bits coming out my ears. I'll never use what I have in my lifetime.
Well, that really help me make my decision. Thank you for that valuable contribution.
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You're kidding, right? These are *Milwaukee* drill bits! Right off the bat , you get extra trademarked features you won't find anywhere else. I just checked, and these are THUNDERBOLT™ bits, with 3-Flat Secure-Grip™ shanks. You always get more trademarks with Milwaukee ™
Trademarks = Quality??? You're kidding, right?
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Not available anywhere in my state.
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well, that really help me make my decision. Thank you for that valuable contribution.

Trademarks = quality??? You're kidding, right?
np! 😆
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Ps you use very expensive cobalt bits
Link to cobalt Milwaukee
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../304198711 [homedepot.com]
Have I used the Milwaukee cobalt - no I have not used them just saying comparing apples to tomatoes or whatever.

The project farm I did not watch this time did in past - says the very expensive Bosch are tops or the dewalt for cheap....
The Bosch tested are cobalt of course they will be better


oh and edit snagged one set for hopefully moderate use for cheap.
wish there were good sales on cobalt bits particularly large ones
Triumph and Hanson come in all the same varieties as the box store brands, except when comparing apples to apples for type, they are better and as a dealer for a few decades, they are cheaper. Factories have sales, too.

Most homeowners will be fine with the OP set... but apples to apples, the DeWalt mentioned is better, but got a bunch of down votes on here when a similar price deal was posted.
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Sold out
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21032 still works. I was trying to buy it last night and the price keeps reverting back at checkout. The "set as my store" part is key.
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46278 worked for me and had 2 shipped to So. Cal.
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needed a new set. $9 in my area but was able to use 91784 to ship to home for 12.88. Thanks OP
What city are you in that it's $9 in your area? Curious if it's possible to use your zip code for shipping over here. Thanks
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Well, that really help me make my decision. Thank you for that valuable contribution.

Trademarks = Quality??? You're kidding, right?
That depends on your taste for marketing kool-aid.
Some folks here simply cannot get enough.
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