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7-Piece DeWalt Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has for Reward Members (free to join): 7-Piece DeWalt Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set on sale for $6.99 (discount appears in cart). Additionally, earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase when you follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Select Free store pickup where stock permits.

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Includes:
  • 1x 3/16 in. x 3 in. Drill Bit
  • 2x 1/4 in. x 4 in. Drill Bit
  • 1x 1/4 in. x 6 in. Drill Bit
  • 1x 5/16 in. x 6 in. Drill Bit
  • 1x 3/8 in. x 6 in Drill Bit
  • 1x 1/2 in. x 6 in. Drill Bit

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  • Price Research: Our research indicates that 7-Piece DeWalt Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set is $3 less (30% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $10.
  • Ace Hardware Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 30 days from original purchase date as long as the item is unused, in like-new condition, and in the original packaging.

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Ace Hardware [acehardware.com] has the 7-Piece DEWALT Masonry Hammer Drill Bit Set for $9.99 with free store pickup. Ace reward members (free sign up [acehardware.com]) save an extra $3, dropping the price to $6.99. Limit 4. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store, see instructions below.

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Not really, if you check HD website that's what they're selling them for so I guess that's what dewalt assigned MSRN price to it:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../202550894 Lowe's claims the same although they're on 67% sale @$9.99 there.
Not that I would pay that much for non SDS bits but it's not just click and bait IMO.

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Not sure how they're "rapid load" since that usually applies to 1/4" hex end (these looks like have round with 3 flats end), but these are good bits for concrete and brick and at this price worth it.
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Not sure how they're "rapid load" since that usually applies to 1/4" hex end (these looks like have round with 3 flats end), but these are good bits for concrete and brick and at this price worth it.
Pretty sure the rapid load is referring to a hammer drill. Not a screw driver or impact driver.
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They drill way better than the bits included with masonry screws. I used them to anchor that wood rack deal into my poured concrete foundation.
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Pretty sure the rapid load is referring to a hammer drill. Not a screw driver or impact driver.
NO IT DOESN'T, look up "dewalt rapid load" online and see what comes up, unless there's a new chuck that lets you load round with 3 flats quick (and no I'm not talking about regular chuck that you tighten while spinning because then all bits are quick load basically).
Hammer drill most popular chucks are SDS Plus, SDS Max, spline and few others but don't remember any of them called rapid load. If you look up by part number for other sellers like HD and Amazon, etc it doesn't mention quick load ANYWHERE for this set. I simply pointed out that ACE screwed up by putting that in the title, maybe they meant "rock carbide" but that's not even remotely the same meaning.
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Seems like a good price but after switching to sds for masonry work I can't ever imagine going back. Drilling a hole in concrete is 10 minutes or more vs. a few seconds for non-sds and sds respectively.
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I have this. And it's not that good.
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$7 $29.99
Why does the listing suggest that this is normally (or originally) $29.99? That's ridiculous and that sort of misleading discount click-bait lie is getting really old. It's unethical and it also really undermines my confidence in Slickdeals.
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I have this. And it's not that good.
What don't you like about it? Your statement is quite limited.

You think this would work for drilling holes in ceramic pots? (asking all peeps)
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What don't you like about it? Your statement is quite limited.

You think this would work for drilling holes in ceramic pots? (asking all peeps)
Unglazed maybe, glazed doubtful. You would do better with the pointed tip ones that are made for drilling tile.
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Are these good to drill on bathroom tiles? New homeowner need to attach a towel rack and soap dish in shower
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Are these good to drill on bathroom tiles? New homeowner need to attach a towel rack and soap dish in shower
It will depend on which type of tile it is. If it's cheap soft clay then possibly but if it's porcelain and good quality then don't waste your time unless you want to end up with broken tile. Not the easiest to center but ones that handle most tiles including low-medium thickness porcelain are diamond bits with water container to cool them down periodically like this one:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../204994400
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Unglazed maybe, glazed doubtful. You would do better with the pointed tip ones that are made for drilling tile.
Thanks, I'm pretty clueless on drill bits. I think I found some that I'd like; drill bits for ceramic [amazon.com]
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Why does the listing suggest that this is normally (or originally) $29.99? That's ridiculous and that sort of misleading discount click-bait lie is getting really old. It's unethical and it also really undermines my confidence in Slickdeals.
Not really, if you check HD website that's what they're selling them for so I guess that's what dewalt assigned MSRN price to it:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../202550894 Lowe's claims the same although they're on 67% sale @$9.99 there.
Not that I would pay that much for non SDS bits but it's not just click and bait IMO.
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