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100-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Steel Screw Driver Bit Set w/ Packout Case EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 100-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Steel Screw Driver Bit Set w/ Packout Case (48-32-4082) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free or select ship-to-store where available.

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Key Features:
  • 100-Piece Shockwave Impact Driver Bit Set
  • Wear Guard Tip protects fit over the life of the bit
  • Laser hardening at the tip for improved wear resistance
  • Laser etched size for easy identification
  • Designed for use with Impact Drivers and Drill Drivers
  • Packout Compact Low-Profile Organizer
  • Includes 4 small and 1 large bin
  • No-Travel Bins Seal prevents small part migration between bins
  • IP65 rated weather seal

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Regularly goes on "sale" for this price. Nothing to see here unfortunately....
Milwaukee test pretty well according to project farm.
https://youtu.be/6-xOHQTT5tw
I get what you guys are saying but, I'm a dewalt guy, have been for 20 years, the Milwaukee impact bits are what I use in my tools, they are stronger and last longer than any other major brands.

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Regularly goes on "sale" for this price. Nothing to see here unfortunately....
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Does anyone use the packout or similar for bits and what not?
Hate it when I wear out or lose bits from a set with a case, and when I buy extras, I usually have some extras laying around somewhere else that I also end up losing.
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Quote from bretherman :
Does anyone use the packout or similar for bits and what not?
Hate it when I wear out or lose bits from a set with a case, and when I buy extras, I usually have some extras laying around somewhere else that I also end up losing.
Yes - you get a ton of multiples of the same bits in this set. And there' they're all poured into separate dividers in the case. So it's not like a "normal" set where you gave a specific spot for a specific bit.
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Not worth $50 IMO
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I buy a lot of Milwaukee and like PACKOUT, but I have to admit their driver sets leave something to be desired. I've had better luck with DEWALT bits in my Milwaukee drill/drivers, if for no other reason that the DEWALT sets are more thoughtfully put together rather than feeling like shooting for "100 parts" while filing it with 9/10 junk.





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I buy a lot of Milwaukee and like PACKOUT, but I have to admit their driver sets leave something to be desired. I've had better luck with DEWALT bits in my Milwaukee drill/drivers, if for no other reason that the DEWALT sets are more thoughtfully put together rather than feeling like shooting for "100 parts" while filing it with 9/10 junk.
Came here to agree with this. I'm a Milwaukee guy, heavily invested in the M18 line and I nearly exclusively run DeWalt bits in them. I find their set selection to be better thought out and (at least three years ago when I started making the switch) their bits were more durable.
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I bought some WIHA bits a few years ago and the quality difference is really noticeable. Before that all my stuff was shockwave. The fit is just so much better. I always thought bits were bits but apparently not.
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I bought some WIHA bits a few years ago and the quality difference is really noticeable. Before that all my stuff was shockwave. The fit is just so much better. I always thought bits were bits but apparently not.
WIHA is not really comparable in terms of price. Way higher quality, with a price to match.
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WIHA is not really comparable in terms of price. Way higher quality, with a price to match.
Oh for sure. Mine came as part of a bit ratchet deal that I got for 1/2 off.

But I take care of them and I still have and use every original bit. If you lose more bits than you wear out I wouldn't buy WIHA or comparable.

I guess my main point was that they are actually a noticeably better product not just randomly a higher price (like some of the big brand names).
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Milwaukee test pretty well according to project farm.
https://youtu.be/6-xOHQTT5tw
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Came here to agree with this. I'm a Milwaukee guy, heavily invested in the M18 line and I nearly exclusively run DeWalt bits in them. I find their set selection to be better thought out and (at least three years ago when I started making the switch) their bits were more durable.
I get what you guys are saying but, I'm a dewalt guy, have been for 20 years, the Milwaukee impact bits are what I use in my tools, they are stronger and last longer than any other major brands.
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Oh for sure. Mine came as part of a bit ratchet deal that I got for 1/2 off.

But I take care of them and I still have and use every original bit. If you lose more bits than you wear out I wouldn't buy WIHA or comparable.

I guess my main point was that they are actually a noticeably better product not just randomly a higher price (like some of the big brand names).
If you're not buying festool or hilti bits, you're throwing money away on junk
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I don't think $50 is worth it
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