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Erbauer Double-Ended Impact Screwdriver Bits Set 5 Pieces £4.99 ( were £8.99) @ screwfix

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Erbauer Double-Ended Impact Screwdriver Bits Set 5 Pieces . I have a few cordless drills/screwdrivers, but always seems to be short on the bits for them. Personally I like these larger double sided b… Read More
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Erbauer Double-Ended Impact Screwdriver Bits Set 5 Pieces .
I have a few cordless drills/screwdrivers, but always seems to be short on the bits for them. Personally I like these larger double sided bits , as I find the small sets annoying, and usually end up tipping them everywhere.
These ones seem to have decent reviews and at £4.99 for a set I think they are worth trying.

Just picked mine up and they come in a handy little plastic storage box.
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#1
Much prefer these double sided than the single ones with quick release coupling.

Found when using impact guns the 1/4 quick release couplings dont last long if your driving and torquing fasteners.

These are ideal.

Heat

Edited By: callum84 on Jan 16, 2017 11:47
1 Like #2
I have a similar irwin bit, pretty sure it was free from a magazine. Probably made in the same factory and it has lasted pretty well :)
#3
Thanks op.
#4
Erbauer 32 pce Impact driver set for £7.99...methinks a better buy
1 Like #5
Prefer double ended myself. Particularly the 75mm length ones. Can't find a link for them at the moment but these are a good buy. :)
1 Like #6
are these magnetic?
#7
will these fit in a hex holder ok? as they are deeper to hold with the head.
#8
Double ended?
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ssc1
will these fit in a hex holder ok? as they are deeper to hold with the head.


No they wobble.
#10
I've used some erbauer impact bits and they're not actually impact rated. Had one shatter when used with a 10v bosch impact gun (rated at approx 105nm)
If you're not driving them at full torque they'll be fine, but beware driving very long strong screws into hard wood.
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ssc1
will these fit in a hex holder ok? as they are deeper to hold with the head.

I use them as normal screwdriver bits and fasten them directly into the chuck of my drill/screwdriver like a drill bit to use, No need for a Hex holder

Edited By: goldy12 on Jan 16, 2017 20:39
#12
wong_go_wild
are these magnetic?

No these are not magnetic
#13
downwardspiral159
I've used some erbauer impact bits and they're not actually impact rated. Had one shatter when used with a 10v bosch impact gun (rated at approx 105nm)
If you're not driving them at full torque they'll be fine, but beware driving very long strong screws into hard wood.


I've also used the Erbauer impact bits, also in my 10.8v Bosch.

One PZ3 has driven over 200 6x150mm screws into joists without predrilling with no problems and the bit is still fine.

I'd rate them as high as the Makita, DeWalt and Milwaukee bits I've also used if it wasn't for the price. The low cost of the Erbauer bits makes them far superior in my opinion.
#14
goldy12
ssc1
will these fit in a hex holder ok? as they are deeper to hold with the head.

I use them as normal screwdriver bits and fasten them directly into the chuck of my drill/screwdriver like a drill bit to use, No need for a Hex holder


these are discribed as impact bits.

by nature, an impact driver has a 1/4 hex holder. so it does sort of matter if they wobble about as there is no chuck to use as a clamp.
#15
goldy12
ssc1
will these fit in a hex holder ok? as they are deeper to hold with the head.

I use them as normal screwdriver bits and fasten them directly into the chuck of my drill/screwdriver like a drill bit to use, No need for a Hex holder


these are discribed as impact bits.

by nature, an impact driver has a 1/4 hex holder. so it does sort of matter if they wobble about as there is no chuck to use as a clamp.
#16
these are discribed as impact bits.

by nature, an impact driver has a 1/4 hex holder. so it does sort of matter if they wobble about as there is no chuck to use as a clamp.
#17
george84booth
these are discribed as impact bits.

by nature, an impact driver has a 1/4 hex holder. so it does sort of matter if they wobble about as there is no chuck to use as a clamp.


they don't wobble if you lock them in the 1/4 tool holder on an impact driver. They will wobble if you try and use them in a magnetic 1/4 adapter designed to hold 25mm single-ended bits.

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