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14-Piece DeWALT Drive Guide Bit Set

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Ace Hardware has for Rewards Members (free to join): 14-Piece DeWALT Drive Guide Bit Set (DW2097) for $6.99 (discount shows in cart). Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Note: Must sign in with Rewards Account. Availability for store pickup may vary.

Includes:
  • 25 mm Insert Bits - 3X SQ2, 6X PH2, 1X HEX6, 1X S8, 1X SL10, 2X DeWalt Magnetic Drive Guide and 1X Plastic Carry Case
Features:
  • Self-retracting guide sleeve protects fingers
  • Holds screws in place
  • Eliminates wobbling and slipping
  • Holds 1" screwdriver bits to drive screws in a variety of materials

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Ace Hardware [acehardware.com] has for Rewards Members (free to join [acehardware.com]) 14-Piece DeWalt Drive Guide Bit Set (DW2097) for $6.99 (discount shows in cart). Choose free store pickup where stock permits.

Note: Must sign in with Rewards Account.

Includes:
  • 25 mm Insert Bits - 3X SQ2, 6X PH2, 1X HEX6, 1X S8, 1X SL10, 2X DeWalt Magnetic Drive Guide and 1X Plastic Carry Case
Features:
  • Self-retracting guide sleeve protects fingers
  • Holds screws in place
  • Eliminates wobbling and slipping
  • Holds 1" screwdriver bits to drive screws in a variety of materials
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Blasvader asked this question on 06-29-2022 at 07:30 PM
06-29-2022 at 08:14 PM
It's for Drill/impact driver or a electric screw driver.
06-29-2022 at 08:41 PM
I've used them on impact and drill without any problem
06-30-2022 at 05:55 AM
Yes, with an impact drill.

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In this case I think "shock" is synomonous with vibration, not electrical.
I've bought this set before. The larger drive guide doesn't fit inside but the smaller one does.
It just depends on the screw head size. Ph2 is pretty typical Philips size head in most home repair. PH1 would be a size smaller and would be more likely for toys and smaller screw heads on plastic devices.

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Doesn't seem worth it when you can get a 20+ set that includes this for like $15
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Just snagged one. These are great for me to pocket carry at work. Thanks for the deal.
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i hate how there is 50 different Philips heads attachments. Is there a way to figure out which one is the best seat for the screw?
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i hate how there is 50 different Philips heads attachments. Is there a way to figure out which one is the best seat for the screw?
It just depends on the screw head size. Ph2 is pretty typical Philips size head in most home repair. PH1 would be a size smaller and would be more likely for toys and smaller screw heads on plastic devices.
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Really like this small form factor for storing your most used bit sizes in your tool belt/pocket/drawer. Wish Milwaukee had something like this for their Shockwave or Makita with their XPS impact bits. The best part of this kit are the two magnetic drive guides that are included.

Two questions:
1. Does anyone know if the two magnetic drive guides also fit in the case that the bits fit in?
2. Does anyone know if the bits are impact resistant? The description just says "shock resistant" and I'm not sure if impact and shock are considered synomonous.

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Really like this small form factor for storing your most used bit sizes in your tool belt/pocket/drawer. Wish Milwaukee had something like this for their Shockwave or Makita with their XPS impact bits. The best part of this kit are the two magnetic drive guides that are included.

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1. Does anyone know if the two magnetic drive guides also fit in the case that the bits fit in?
2. Does anyone know if the bits are impact resistant? The description just says "shock resistant" and I'm not sure if impact and shock are considered synomonous.
"Heat treated steel". Def will not prevent electrical shock
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"Heat treated steel". Def will not prevent electrical shock
In this case I think "shock" is synomonous with vibration, not electrical.
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I'm showing on sale for $9.99 from $14.99 (save 33%).
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Not bad I guess if already going to Ace anyway. Not a hot enough deal to make a special trip for it however.
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$9.99 now
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I'm showing on sale for $9.99 from $14.99 (save 33%).
You need to be logged into your ACE account and be a Rewards Member (free to join) and then the $3.00 discount will be applied.
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Quote from smithmal :
Really like this small form factor for storing your most used bit sizes in your tool belt/pocket/drawer. Wish Milwaukee had something like this for their Shockwave or Makita with their XPS impact bits. The best part of this kit are the two magnetic drive guides that are included.

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1. Does anyone know if the two magnetic drive guides also fit in the case that the bits fit in?
2. Does anyone know if the bits are impact resistant? The description just says "shock resistant" and I'm not sure if impact and shock are considered synomonous.
1. The package says they "stores inside".
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Can you use other bits with this magnetic drive? I'd love to use this with other bits I have.
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