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99-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Alloy Steel Screw Driver Bit Set

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Home Depot has 99-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Alloy Steel Screw Driver Bit Set (48-32-4088) on sale for $24.88. Shipping is free.

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About this Product:
  • Optimized Shockzone absorbs peak torque and prevents breaking
  • Precise Fit Custom Machined Tip prevents stripping and reduces wobble.
  • Shockzones are optimized in both length and width per tip type for best performance across tip types.
  • Laser hardening at the tip creates an outer protective shield for improved wear resistance.
  • Laser etched size for easy identification
  • Designed for use with Impact Drivers and Drill Drivers.

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    • This 100-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Steel Screw Driver Bit Set is $25.09 less (50% savings) than the list price.
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05-09-2022 at 12:22 PM
Dewalt bits last longer, in my experience.

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i'm an apartment maintenance technician. i repair a lot of things, which requires a lot of different types of bits. star/torx(usually appliances), philips(most screws), flat head (outlet plates), and 1/4" and 5/16" nut drivers (self tapping screws, appliances, other random stuff)

1. having the small 1" bits and an adapter takes less space than the same number of 2"/3" bits
2. the (milwaukee) adapter is magnetic and will hold your screw
3. swapping out 1" bits is easier and faster than using the chuck
4. 1" bits are cheaper / in higher numbers for replacement when stripped
5. more things i can't think of

however there are some advantages to the longer bits:

1. fits into narrower spaces
2. less play between components
3. won't fall out like less magnetic bit adapters

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Solid deal. I've always wondered, what is the point of the 1" bit when you need to put it in the adapter to use it? Why don't they just give you more 2" and 3" bits that can slot right into the driver? Can someone explain why the 1" bits are useful? They seem pointless as I'd rather use a 2" or 3" bit than a 1" bit + adapter.
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Quote from Firenova :
Solid deal. I've always wondered, what is the point of the 1" bit when you need to put it in the adapter to use it? Why don't they just give you more 2" and 3" bits that can slot right into the driver? Can someone explain why the 1" bits are useful? They seem pointless as I'd rather use a 2" or 3" bit than a 1" bit + adapter.
I use the 1" bits with my right angle attachment to get into tight spots. But yeah as you said most of the time I prefer longer bits.
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Quote from Firenova :
Solid deal. I've always wondered, what is the point of the 1" bit when you need to put it in the adapter to use it? Why don't they just give you more 2" and 3" bits that can slot right into the driver? Can someone explain why the 1" bits are useful? They seem pointless as I'd rather use a 2" or 3" bit than a 1" bit + adapter.
i'm an apartment maintenance technician. i repair a lot of things, which requires a lot of different types of bits. star/torx(usually appliances), philips(most screws), flat head (outlet plates), and 1/4" and 5/16" nut drivers (self tapping screws, appliances, other random stuff)

1. having the small 1" bits and an adapter takes less space than the same number of 2"/3" bits
2. the (milwaukee) adapter is magnetic and will hold your screw
3. swapping out 1" bits is easier and faster than using the chuck
4. 1" bits are cheaper / in higher numbers for replacement when stripped
5. more things i can't think of

however there are some advantages to the longer bits:

1. fits into narrower spaces
2. less play between components
3. won't fall out like less magnetic bit adapters
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This is a great deal, I had these a while back, still using the bit holder holding up well. But now I just use grk screws each box comes with a bit that last forever. For me the efficiency and quality and speed of use of the grk star bit and screw makes it way more cost-effective than trying to save money and using Phillips and if I use a flathead I usually just want the tiniest one for a door knob screw or something. I guess I just can't see me using all these b i t s
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How do these compare with DeWalt bits?
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Quote from Firenova :
Solid deal. I've always wondered, what is the point of the 1" bit when you need to put it in the adapter to use it? Why don't they just give you more 2" and 3" bits that can slot right into the driver? Can someone explain why the 1" bits are useful? They seem pointless as I'd rather use a 2" or 3" bit than a 1" bit + adapter.
this got me - my wife didnt know and shoved the bit into my drill now i cant get it out.
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How do these compare with DeWalt bits?
Dewalt bits last longer, in my experience.
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These are garbage and don't last. Stick to Bosch or Makita bits.
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this got me - my wife didnt know and shoved the bit into my drill now i cant get it out.
It happens to the best of us,
Try
1.Disengaging the locking collar with the tool facing down and smacking the back of the tool
2. Grabbing the bit with neddlenose pliers
3. A strong magnet
4. Tape on the end of the bit
5. Super glue and a toothpick

If you still can't get it out, tell your wife it's ruined and you'll have to buy a new one. This is my preferred method, you'll get an upgraded tool that you don't have to hide from the wife.
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Quote from dbovill :
These are garbage and don't last. Stick to Bosch or Makita bits.
Pretty much every review and comparison I have read/watched showed these rate higher than most. This review seemed to give good indication as to what you're getting into
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-xOHQTT5tw
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It was at 30 a few weeks ago but with pro account it came out to 25. It's a great deal at that price.😁👍
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Same kit, same price, but you get a pen too.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...67342-_-N&
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Quote from ckm705 :
Same kit, same price, but you get a pen too.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...67342-_-N&
The inkzall pen is $.97 in store but the kit with the pen is $1.09 more than the other kit.
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