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50 Piece Drill Bit Set - was £14.99 now £4.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)

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- It's a handy kit to have in the tool box so you're prepared for a variety of indoor and outdoor DIY jobs. 50 drill pieces - 32 piece HSS drill bits - 5x1mm; 5x1.5mm; 5x2mm; 4x 2.5mm; 3x3mm; 2x3.… Read More
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3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago
- It's a handy kit to have in the tool box so you're prepared for a variety of indoor and outdoor DIY jobs.

50 drill pieces
- 32 piece HSS drill bits - 5x1mm; 5x1.5mm; 5x2mm; 4x 2.5mm; 3x3mm; 2x3.2mm; 4mm; 4.5mm; 5mm; 5.5mm; 6mm; 6.5mm; 7mm; 8mm.
- 5 piece masonry drills bits - 3mm; 4mm; 5mm; 6mm; 7mm.
- 4 piece flat wood drills bits - 10mm; 13mm; 16mm; 19mm.
- 9 piece wood drill.

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#1
You can never have too many drill bits!
1 Like #2
Great find vassy, STOCK near me, heat added :)
1 Like #3
These are cheap and nasty Chinese rubbish, bits bend and break trust me I bought and threw in bin very poor indeed :(
1 Like #4
SENNYO1
These are cheap and nasty Chinese rubbish, bits bend and break trust me I bought and threw in bin very poor indeed :(


Thanx for info SENNY01, still adding Heat for deal
1 Like #5
Great find!!
1 Like #6
does me to start out and replace as my needs grow surely must put a whole in wood? thanks
1 Like #7
justanothercid
does me to start out and replace as my needs grow surely must put a whole in wood? thanks
A whole what?
2 Likes #8
But they put the price up from £7.49 to £14.99 so they can claim the huge price drop.

For that reason alone it's cold from me.
2 Likes #9
siadwel
But they put the price up from £7.49 to £14.99 so they can claim the huge price drop.

For that reason alone it's cold from me.


Still 4.99
#10
hoylake41
justanothercid
does me to start out and replace as my needs grow surely must put a whole in wood? thanks
A whole what?

A whole hole obviously...
1 Like #11
sradmad
Great find vassy, STOCK near me, heat added :)
Thanks pal :)
#12
pawcioo83
Great find!!
Thanks :)
#13
r3dhotukdeals
hoylake41
justanothercid
does me to start out and replace as my needs grow surely must put a whole in wood? thanks
A whole what?
A whole hole obviously...

I only need 1/2 a hole !
1 Like #14
Oos in the whole world
1 Like #15
Just the job if you want holes in room temperature butter...
1 Like #16
hot
1 Like #17
From_the_Midlands
Oos in the whole world
Shrewsbury not being part of your world, that may be so, but there is stock here.
#18
These are fine for occasional DIY. But wear safety eyewear as the cheap drill stuff can shatter.

Edited By: TygerrTygerr on Jan 22, 2017 17:18
#19
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.
#20
From_the_Midlands
Oos in the whole world

Midlands is not the whole world. Far from it :{
2 Likes #21
morrig
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.

I need a decent set. I guess the ones on Ideal World are probably the best or one of the best?

Heat for this deal though.
1 Like #22
The reviews don't look bad for the money.... some at Fareham
#23
Premium cheese grade
#24
bfam
morrig
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.
I need a decent set. I guess the ones on Ideal World are probably the best or one of the best?
Heat for this deal though.
The ones on TV are a bit of a con.

They are cobalt coated and nowhere near as good as they show on tv.
#25
callum84
bfam
morrig
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.
I need a decent set. I guess the ones on Ideal World are probably the best or one of the best?
Heat for this deal though.
The ones on TV are a bit of a con.
They are cobalt coated and nowhere near as good as they show on tv.

Oh ok. Can you recommend any?
#26
bfam
callum84
bfam
morrig
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.
I need a decent set. I guess the ones on Ideal World are probably the best or one of the best?
Heat for this deal though.
The ones on TV are a bit of a con.
They are cobalt coated and nowhere near as good as they show on tv.
Oh ok. Can you recommend any?
What do you want to drill? Wood, masonary, alloy, steel?
#27
thanks op, bought ;)
#28
callum84
bfam
callum84
bfam
morrig
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.
I need a decent set. I guess the ones on Ideal World are probably the best or one of the best?
Heat for this deal though.
The ones on TV are a bit of a con.
They are cobalt coated and nowhere near as good as they show on tv.
Oh ok. Can you recommend any?
What do you want to drill? Wood, masonary, alloy, steel?

Would prefer a set that did the lot and hopefully lasts a lifetime.
3 Likes #29
bfam
callum84
bfam
callum84
bfam
morrig
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.
I need a decent set. I guess the ones on Ideal World are probably the best or one of the best?
Heat for this deal though.
The ones on TV are a bit of a con.
They are cobalt coated and nowhere near as good as they show on tv.
Oh ok. Can you recommend any?
What do you want to drill? Wood, masonary, alloy, steel?
Would prefer a set that did the lot and hopefully lasts a lifetime.
Your not going to get a set that last a lifetime buddy.

It all depends how often you plan to use them.

If your using daily you will need to spend a bit more, especially with the HSS metal bits. Same goes with if your drilling anything harder than mild steel.


Ill asume your buying just to have incase you need them and using ocasionaly and in that case you can spend a lot less.

As a set, this dewalt one at screwfix is not bad and will last a while for general DIY.
Link
If drilling metal apply a spot of cutting lubricant or even motor oil.
Add on the flat bits below for larger sized holes

If your buying seperate sets id go for these cobalt metal drills link
Id use them for metal and wood. Same applies with a spot of cutting compound when drilling metals.

Masonary id go for these link

Flat drills for larger sizes in wood and plastics link

Cutting lubricant when drilling metals.link

Now thats just a budget recommendation for general DIY although would also be suitable for light trade use.

If your going to be tapping any holes you will need to get drills in tapping sizes as well.

Ive not looked for best prices on any of those items

Hope this helps.




Edited By: callum84 on Jan 25, 2017 00:42: .
#30
RoosterNo1
Just the job if you want holes in room temperature butter...


Great, these are gonna be just the with the jigsaw I bought for slicing the bread.
#31
magpiecleaningco
RoosterNo1
Just the job if you want holes in room temperature butter...
Great, these are gonna be just the with the jigsaw I bought for slicing the bread.
Id use a mitre or table saw for the bread mate.
Nice even slices.

Jigsaw would be good for carving meat though so wont go to waste.
#32
callum84
bfam
callum84
bfam
callum84
bfam
morrig
hoylake41
You can never have too many drill bits!
You can if there all rubbish,a bad tool can ruin a job as any "Pro" will tell you.
Them ones that are on the Ideal World channel seem like magic not cheap though,that can have the tip put against a electric grinder then drill through steel etc with ease.
I need a decent set. I guess the ones on Ideal World are probably the best or one of the best?
Heat for this deal though.
The ones on TV are a bit of a con.
They are cobalt coated and nowhere near as good as they show on tv.
Oh ok. Can you recommend any?
What do you want to drill? Wood, masonary, alloy, steel?
Would prefer a set that did the lot and hopefully lasts a lifetime.
Your not going to get a set that last a lifetime buddy.
It all depends how often you plan to use them.
If your using daily you will need to spend a bit more, especially with the HSS metal bits. Same goes with if your drilling anything harder than mild steel.
Ill asume your buying just to have incase you need them and using ocasionaly and in that case you can spend a lot less.
As a set, this dewalt one at screwfix is not bad and will last a while for general DIY. Link
If drilling metal apply a spot of cutting lubricant or even motor oil.
Add on the flat bits below for larger sized holes
If your buying seperate sets id go for these cobalt metal drills link
Id use them for metal and wood. Same applies with a spot of cutting compound when drilling metals.
Masonary id go for these link
Flat drills for larger sizes in wood and plastics link
Cutting lubricant when drilling metals.link
Now thats just a budget recommendation for general DIY although would also be suitable for light trade use.
If your going to be tapping any holes you will need to get drills in tapping sizes as well.
Ive not looked for best prices on any of those items
Hope this helps.
Fantastic reply. Thank you so much. Just the kind of help I needed. Very much appreciated...bravo!
#33
Thanks for the advice. What would you use for a gammon joint just out of interest?
#34
callum84
magpiecleaningco
RoosterNo1
Just the job if you want holes in room temperature butter...
Great, these are gonna be just the with the jigsaw I bought for slicing the bread.
Id use a mitre or table saw for the bread mate.
Nice even slices.

Jigsaw would be good for carving meat though so wont go to waste.


Thanks for the advice. What would you use for a gammon joint just out of interest?

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