DeWalt DEWALT MULTI-MATERIAL IMPACT DRIVER DRILL BITS SET 5 PIECE SET was £13.99 now £4.99 @ Screwfix. Free C&C. - HotUKDeals
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DeWalt DEWALT MULTI-MATERIAL IMPACT DRIVER DRILL BITS SET 5 PIECE SET was £13.99 now £4.99 @ Screwfix. Free C&C.

£4.99 @ Screwfix
Multi construction, quick change bit set suitable for use with impact drivers. Multi construction means they can be used on masonry, wood etc. £9 off makes them a good deal and 110 in stock at my loca…
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
Multi construction, quick change bit set suitable for use with impact drivers. Multi construction means they can be used on masonry, wood etc. £9 off makes them a good deal and 110 in stock at my local branch so you should be able to find some. Most popular sizes 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8mm.
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2 Likes #1
Great price. Much dearer elsewhere. Local store has 130 so this appears not to be an occasion to release the geese.

Edited By: jdbigguy on Feb 14, 2017 10:24
4 Likes #2
Just for those who are not sure, these can also be used in a standard drill or hammer drill as well as an impact driver.
1 Like #3
Excellent deal. Good find OP.
2 Likes #4
Yes plenty in stock.
Just picked up two packs.
Thank you Captain. Banana.:D .
1 Like #5
Good find. Have some heat. Will be picking some up later and spreading the word!
1 Like #6
Many thanks ordered
#7
Nearly 130 near me too, they must just want rid of them.
#8
130 near me too... Well 128 now as I ordered a couple of packs for collection. Thanks OP ..!;)
#9
I have a bosch battery operated drill. Would these be ok to use?
#10
antf83
I have a bosch battery operated drill. Would these be ok to use?

They have a hex shank, so can either be used directly or in a quick change holder. Should work with any drill that isn't SDS I'd assume, and even an SDS with the right holder.
#11
Just to let you know. A comment in the reviews on the website states you actually get 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 8mm even though the desciption of the item states you should get a 4,5,6,7,8mm (checked the picture of the item and no 7mm bit). Picky i know, but i did want a 7mm BUT i will still be buying as it is a bargain anyway. Dont shoot the messenger :). Voted hot
#12
antf83
I have a bosch battery operated drill. Would these be ok to use?
They will fit any drill but NOT SDS chuck drills.
#13
TCB
#14
Cheap because they are useless, no 7mm bit.

Edited By: DigitalReaper on Feb 14, 2017 21:35
1 Like #15
DigitalReaper
Cheap because they are useless, no 7mm bit.
I am sure millions of people would agree with you that only 7mm bits are useful, just not on this site.
1 Like #16
DigitalReaper
Cheap because they are useless, no 7mm bit.
If you ONLY ever use a 7mm bit you can find a single bit for £3.49 on the SF site and save yourself £1.50. http://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-7mm-extreme-2-hss-drill-bit/25677

Edited By: Captain.Banana on Feb 15, 2017 10:12
#17
For general DIY, 99% of the drill bits you use will be 6mm and 7mm. £5 for a set that only has half of the useful bits.
1 Like #18
DigitalReaper
For general DIY, 99% of the drill bits you use will be 6mm and 7mm. £5 for a set that only has half of the useful bits.

Surely it depends on the job, I seem to go through more 8s than anything else?
1 Like #19
DigitalReaper
For general DIY, 99% of the drill bits you use will be 6mm and 7mm. £5 for a set that only has half of the useful bits.
REALLY .... 99% ?? Have you ever been on DIY SOS ? So you are saying that these sets of 100 pieces or more are a total waste of time because you only need a 6 & 7 mm bit. Did you also realise that a TAPERED brown wallplug can easily be fixed using a 6mm bit if you know what you are doing and that these bits are not just for masonry but wood, pvc, etc.

Edited By: Captain.Banana on Feb 16, 2017 09:33
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DigitalReaper
For general DIY, 99% of the drill bits you use will be 6mm and 7mm. £5 for a set that only has half of the useful bits.
I'm perhaps the exception to the rule in that case, but in my general DIY activities, I'm using the Fischer UX and SX plugs. These don't actually come in a 7mm size - the 5,6 and 8mm seem to cover the range pretty well though!
#21
Captain.Banana
DigitalReaper
For general DIY, 99% of the drill bits you use will be 6mm and 7mm. £5 for a set that only has half of the useful bits.
REALLY .... 99% ?? Have you ever been on DIY SOS ? So you are saying that these sets of 100 pieces or more are a total waste of time because you only need a 6 & 7 mm bit. Did you also realise that a TAPERED brown wallplug can easily be fixed using a 6mm bit if you know what you are doing and that these bits are not just for masonry but wood, pvc, etc.

I watched DIY SOS the other day, he was using a 7mm drill bit. Confirmed this set is useless.
#22
DigitalReaper
Captain.Banana
DigitalReaper
For general DIY, 99% of the drill bits you use will be 6mm and 7mm. £5 for a set that only has half of the useful bits.
REALLY .... 99% ?? Have you ever been on DIY SOS ? So you are saying that these sets of 100 pieces or more are a total waste of time because you only need a 6 & 7 mm bit. Did you also realise that a TAPERED brown wallplug can easily be fixed using a 6mm bit if you know what you are doing and that these bits are not just for masonry but wood, pvc, etc.
I watched DIY SOS the other day, he was using a 7mm drill bit. Confirmed this set is useless.

Damn, better chuck out the others. What have I been doing?
#23
Anyone got a hot deal on a hammer? Think I may need one to go with this 7mm.
#24
I'm the one that left the review on screwfix.
just a heads up, but the bags of brown plugs from the trade counter at screwfix are 8mm anyway, so depends which plugs you buy to be honest.

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