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Amazon [amazon.com] has select Bosch Drill Bits on sale. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders. Also I see a promo: save 10% off the purchase of four (YMMV).
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Not everyone drills thru wood only. Where's your common sense?

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Imo hex bits like these are for light duty work only, and useless in a drill press. Only use them in a drill chuck for best results. I have some generic ones like these and use them mostly on drywall or plastic.

My recommendation is buy one of those $20 fractional size indexes and call it a day. Extend their life by learning how to sharpen them on a grinder. If you must by individual, buy good quality bits with no hex.
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Pretty amazing
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Imo hex bits like these are for light duty work only, and useless in a drill press. Only use them in a drill chuck for best results. I have some generic ones like these and use them mostly on drywall or plastic.

My recommendation is buy one of those $20 fractional size indexes and call it a day. Extend their life by learning how to sharpen them on a grinder. If you must by individual, buy good quality bits with no hex.
You say that, but they specifically state they are impact rated. That should be FAR stronger than a standard drill chuck mounted bit. What's the missing piece of information here?
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You say that, but they specifically state they are impact rated. That should be FAR stronger than a standard drill chuck mounted bit. What's the missing piece of information here?
My assumption is that a super hard bit that would stay sharp the longest and that you might use in a drill press would be more likely to shatter or break in an impact driver. So thesehex bits might be more soft / flexible to absorb the impacts but would dull more quickly.
Guess it all comes down to how you define "strong."
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You say that, but they specifically state they are impact rated. That should be FAR stronger than a standard drill chuck mounted bit. What's the missing piece of information here?
Fine for wood or plastic like the other comment says, impact driver is not the correct tool to drill with but it's convenient no doubt until you snap it off. Try a few out, can't never have enough tools.
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why do you even need a titanium just for wooden houses in this country,a normal semi plastic type is enough
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why do you even need a titanium just for wooden houses in this country,a normal semi plastic type is enough
Not everyone drills thru wood only. Where's your common sense?
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I use the Milwaukee hex bits on metal with an impact.... Yeah, it's not ideal if you push too hard, but I could just make use a regular drill. I haven't snapped any...yet.
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why do you even need a titanium just for wooden houses in this country,a normal semi plastic type is enough
Wooden houses wtf? Your house is probably the least likely thing you'd be drilling.
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Wooden houses wtf? Your house is probably the least likely thing you'd be drilling.
The house is second only to your mom.
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why do you even need a titanium just for wooden houses in this country,a normal semi plastic type is enough
houses are built out of wood for flex. Brick does not flex, it falls apart.

plus there are plenty of stone and brick homes in the US.
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All these comments are amusing. Nobody has this thing, but so many guesses, assumptions and people knowing better than others…
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