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Bosch 30 Piece X-Line Accessory Set @ Amazon £5.00

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Back in stock yet again and still a bargain grab while you can before they sell out yet again.

Manufacturer's Description
The Bosch 30 Piece X-Line Accessory Set consists of the following-11 HSS-TiN metal bits dia.1.5-6.5mm, 4 TC masonry drill bits dia.4/5/6/7mm, 4 wood drill bits dia.4/5/6/8mm, 10 screwdriver bits L=25mm, 1 of each:PH 1/2/3, 1 of each:PZ 1/2/3, 1 of each:SL 4/6, 1 of each:T 20/25, magnetic universal holder, countersink bit.

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Accessories come in durable plastic case
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#1
is this a good deal then?
#2
apparently these bits dont fit in a keyless / cuckless drill or screwdriver

read amazon review

Edited By: bagga212 on Jan 24, 2011 20:17
1 Like #3
If you read that review that's the 50 set he bought and away the guy sounds like he don't know the difference between a nail or a screw let alone 50 piece drill set, look at the other 2 reviews on the page.
#4
bagga212
apparently these bits dont fit in a keyless / cuckless drill or screwdriver

read amazon review


Only one review says this, others say it works ok.
#5
I bought 3 of these last week and they are great. They fit ANY drill. For the money you just can't go wrong
#6
Have this it fits ok

Edited By: Geemac on Jan 24, 2011 20:30
#7
my 2 sets turned up today great price
#8
This would be a 500 heat wave is Amazon ever got enough stock in so the dam thing would not keep running out of stock.
#9
ordered one although the set we got in Q&buy is still complete - single drills are really expensive so this is a mega bargain.
#10
ordered missed out last time...hopefully get them this time round
#11
thanks ordered
#12
Thanks, ordered one.
#13
Nice One

Thanks
#14
ordered one for spare.. thanks
#15
Nice spot. ordered 2. 1 for my son and one for me
#16
Ordered one this time after missing out the last twice this offer was posted. Ta.
#17
Ordered - thanks for the spot, OP
#18
great thanks
#19
Great price, quality set.
Can't see this being in stock for long.
Enhottened :)
suspended#20
Ta. :)
#21
ordered ;-)
#22
CHEAP AS CHIPS
#23
Thanks, ordered 2 sets.
#24
Just what i needed. Thanks for posting.
#25
The 100 piece set is normally available some where for £12 so not such a good deal. Not voted because I havn't checked if currently available.
#26
Fantastic deal, just ordered one. Cheers
#27
Better luck next time
#28
OOS
#29
thats about the 4th time ive missed it :(
#30
it's not... 18.99 now...
#31
bargainhunter666
The 100 piece set is normally available some where for £12 so not such a good deal. Not voted because I havn't checked if currently available.


Is £30 and thats a good deal, if it was £12 it would be sold out like 5mins.
#32
Unavailable. Typical Amazon.
#33
just signed in to purchase and went oos so went for the 50 peice set :D plus flamedeer come in handy too

Edited By: MR1123 on Jan 24, 2011 21:20
#34
Mine arrived today and I've already christened them by drilling for screws for the good lady's mirror! She's happy=I'm happy (_;)
#35
what are the type of drill bits that i need to drill through tiles? anyone know thanks
#36
1. Choose the drill bit. Regular drill bits are not strong enough to drill through the hard surface of tile. There are two common drill bits recommended for drilling into tile.

Carbide-tipped masonry drill bits are probably the most widely known for drilling into tile. They are designed for drilling into rock-hard surfaces, and with patience and care can be used effectively for drilling through tile without causing the tile to break.

Diamond-tipped drill bits are even more durable and are recommended by many for drilling through hard tile surfaces. Diamond-tipped drill bits are best for drilling very hard types of tile; they may be more expensive, but they will not burn out as easily as masonry bits.

Read more: http://www.doityourself.com/stry/drillingintotilewall#ixzz1BzSGkvjt
#37
shazar

thanks m8 need it to put a mirror up in the bathroom :)
#38
No worry s a cheap trick as well is to use masking tape make a cross were you going to drill with it so the drill bit is less likely to slip.
#39
masonry bits will do it , just start off very very slow to break through the glaze ( too fast and you will skid all over the place ) then its like a knife through hot butter(_;)
MR1123
what are the type of drill bits that i need to drill through tiles? anyone know thanks
1 Like #40
shaggydabbydo
Thanks, ordered 2 sets.



Thats why people never get the chance to get one.

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