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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 on sale for $24.88. Shipping is free.

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    • This offer is $25.09 lower (50% savings) than list price
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    • Designed for use with Impact Drivers and Drill Drivers
    • Includes a compact bit holder in addition to Phillips, Square, Slotted, Hex, and Torx bits
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 99-Piece Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Alloy Steel Screw Driver Bit Set on sale for $24.88. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Can't stand the Milwaukee cases. So hard to get the bits out, for me.
This guy is not kidding. I read similar comments before I bought this last time and thought to myself, "what a ridiculous complaint."
When I tried using it they really are a pain to get out. I can get it with my fingers, but it takes a good amount of effort. I ended up putting the bits in a different case.
These are among top tier according to project farm [youtube.com]

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I bought this an hour ago. Seems like a decent deal.
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Can't stand the Milwaukee cases. So hard to get the bits out, for me.
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Can't stand the Milwaukee cases. So hard to get the bits out, for me.
Yeah? You really have to mean it lol. Wiggle and pull helps
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Quote from Beltfed :
Can't stand the Milwaukee cases. So hard to get the bits out, for me.
This guy is not kidding. I read similar comments before I bought this last time and thought to myself, "what a ridiculous complaint."
When I tried using it they really are a pain to get out. I can get it with my fingers, but it takes a good amount of effort. I ended up putting the bits in a different case.
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These are among top tier according to project farm [youtube.com]
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This guy is not kidding. I read similar comments before I bought this last time and thought to myself, "what a ridiculous complaint."
When I tried using it they really are a pain to get out. I can get it with my fingers, but it takes a good amount of effort. I ended up putting the bits in a different case.
Yeah me too. It's like Gorilla glue.
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These are among top tier according to project farm [youtube.com]
We're gonna test that.
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We're gonna test that.
Now that's impressive!
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Note to self: dedicate a pliers to this case for bit removal.
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Quote from CoolTest487 :
This guy is not kidding. I read similar comments before I bought this last time and thought to myself, "what a ridiculous complaint."
When I tried using it they really are a pain to get out. I can get it with my fingers, but it takes a good amount of effort. I ended up putting the bits in a different case.
I have this issue with my shockwave drille bits. Very difficult to remove and I feel like I will slice my fingers on the adjacent drill bits whenever it decided to fly out. I use mechanic gloves and pull from the tip. That or pliers would be needed. It's dumb.
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I bought this set specifically for the hex (Allen key) bits, it has both SAE and metric. If you ever assemble IKEA furniture they're a godsend. Also has huge Torx bits T30, T40 and T50 not often found in smaller sets.

Totally agree that the holder sucks, you practically need pliers to get the bits out.
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I have this set and I can say there my best set out of Dewalt and ryobi
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I bought this set specifically for the hex (Allen key) bits, it has both SAE and metric. If you ever assemble IKEA furniture they're a godsend. Also has huge Torx bits T30, T40 and T50 not often found in smaller sets.

Totally agree that the holder sucks, you practically need pliers to get the bits out.
Doesn't usually Ikea furniture comes with the hex bits in the box? The only tools they don't provide are hammers and screwdrivers, at least from my experience.
However, if you are talking about disassembling Ikea furniture, then yes, this bit kit would be of certain value.
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