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DEWALT Impact Driver Bit Set with Magnetic Tough Case, 15-Piece (DWMTC15) , Yellow

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5/5 stars after over 1,600 reviews.
  • 15 piece, magnet tough case, 2 high strength magnets can be fixed to any ferrous surface, built in hooks allow the case to hang anywhere
  • Adds Extra shine to your product
  • Manufactured in China
  • 2 high strength magnets allow to be fixed to any ferrous surface.
  • Built in hooks allow the case to hang anywhere
  • Impact resistant material adds increased durability tp prevent breakage
  • Impact resistant material
  • Increased durability
The cool thing about this case is it's versitility due to it's size and durability. It allows one to store and easily access whatever small tools or adaptors you want in it (screw bits, drill bits, screws/nuts, sockets, wrenches, etc).

It can be hung in mid-air either using its adapter clips molded into the back of the case onto metal studs or brackets or via its two beefy magnets. The magnets are strong enough to allow the box to be held in place even when signifcant weight is present from the items stored in the case.

Some of the reviewers mentioned they trashed/gave away the included bits (I believe they are considered impact resistant) and put in a piece of foam with cut outs for specific tools or sockets to create a sweet "go to" box for their car/boat.

Here's a vid review of the box in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZcjwUGW7a0
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topcho asked this question on 06-30-2022 at 12:54 PM
06-30-2022 at 12:54 PM
They are designed to be used for impact drivers which have more torque than electric screwdrivers or drill drivers.
06-30-2022 at 12:54 PM
Impact bits are made out of harder metal and hold their shape. Normal bits have a tendency of stripping out fasteners when used with a drill or impact driver.
Normal bits are fine, if you tighten something by hand. If you are using any power tool, stick with impact bits.

https://youtu.be/6-xOHQTT5tw
06-30-2022 at 12:54 PM
It means they are designed to be used with a power tool called an impact driver.

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Aren't these always $13 or so?

I bought a bunch a while ago at $10... but I don't have any left as they're not very durable, and the magnets tend to lose strength.

I'd like to see an updated version though. Slap some n52's in it, and pray it isn't permanently attached to something lol. I did this with a few of my bit cases... and and it cracked the plastic when it got yanked out of my hand lol.
Whoa there, impact rated bits are more ductile, not harder than conventional bits. If they were harder, they'd shatter. Impact tools provide torque and longitudinal impact to whatever you are working on. The harder metals are generally too brittle (rigid) to withstand the regular combination of high-frequency impact and torque.
Not Impact rated as stated BTW....

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Aren't these always $13 or so?

I bought a bunch a while ago at $10... but I don't have any left as they're not very durable, and the magnets tend to lose strength.

I'd like to see an updated version though. Slap some n52's in it, and pray it isn't permanently attached to something lol. I did this with a few of my bit cases... and and it cracked the plastic when it got yanked out of my hand lol.
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Aren't these always $13 or so?

I bought a bunch a while ago at $10... but I don't have any left as they're not very durable, and the magnets tend to lose strength.

I'd like to see an updated version though. Slap some n52's in it, and pray it isn't permanently attached to something lol. I did this with a few of my bit cases... and and it cracked the plastic when it got yanked out of my hand lol.
I see them at grainger but they run around 18 to 20 bucks there.. online they can be bought at around 12 bucks but the shipping usually kills that deal unless you buying bulk.
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Not Impact rated as stated BTW....
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Home Depot shows $12.96 regular price, just an FYI… they also offer a S&S that takes an extra 5% off (never saw that before from HD)
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Disregard.
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What is IMPACT about screwdriver bits?
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What is IMPACT about screwdriver bits?
It means they are designed to be used with a power tool called an impact driver.
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What is IMPACT about screwdriver bits?
They are designed to be used for impact drivers which have more torque than electric screwdrivers or drill drivers.
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They are designed to be used for impact drivers which have more torque than electric screwdrivers or drill drivers.
Didnt know there were impact screwdrivers.
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Quote from topcho :
What is IMPACT about screwdriver bits?
Impact bits are made out of harder metal and hold their shape. Normal bits have a tendency of stripping out fasteners when used with a drill or impact driver.
Normal bits are fine, if you tighten something by hand. If you are using any power tool, stick with impact bits.

https://youtu.be/6-xOHQTT5tw
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This seems like a gimmick honestly...
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Didnt know there were impact screwdrivers.
Yea, there just called impact drivers and they can do more than screws such as allen bolts (ikea furniture)

Also, the "impacts" are not into the surface like a hammer, but rotational in the direction you are screwing/unscrewing.
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Yea, there just called impact drivers and they can do more than screws such as allen bolts (ikea furniture)

Also, the "impacts" are not into the surface like a hammer, but rotational in the direction you are screwing/unscrewing.
Thanks. I get it. I use an impact driver quite a bit but only on bolts/lugs. Now that I think of it, I have used it on screws.
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