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DEWALT 21-Piece Assorted Titanium Twist Drill Bit Set (DW1361) $19.98

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has the DEWALT 21-Piece Assorted Titanium Twist Drill Bit Set Pilot Point (DW1361) on sale for $19.98.

As does Amazon [amazon.com]. Their shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

This matches the recent Prime Day deal, which is as low as this set has gone over the past couple years.
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How do these compare to the Milwaukee sets?
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How do these compare to the Milwaukee sets?
Dewalt bits have done pretty well in Project Farm's testing [youtube.com] (especially for the price when on sale), though they tested the black oxide bits there vs these in titanium.

If you need to drill a lot of metal you might want to consider the more expensive carbide bits, but these are a good value for light metal use and heavy wood/plastic etc use. See one of the many previous threads for more opinions.
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