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Erbauer impact screwdriver bit set (32 pieces) + 1 year guarantee was £9.99 now £7.99 @ Screwfix (C&C)

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32 Piece Set. Forged tip for greater impact resistance and a longer lifetime. Specially designed for use with impact drivers. Supplied in a handy box. - S2 Grade Steel Construction - 30 x 25mm scr… Read More
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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
32 Piece Set. Forged tip for greater impact resistance and a longer lifetime. Specially designed for use with impact drivers. Supplied in a handy box.

- S2 Grade Steel Construction
- 30 x 25mm screwdriver bits (10 x PZ (2 x PZ#1, 6 x PZ#2 and 2 x PZ#3), (10 x Phillips (2 x PH1, 6 x PH2 and 2 x PH3), (2 x square (SQ1 and SQ2), (2 x slotted (5.5 and 6.5mm), (6 x TX (T15, T20, T25, 2 x T30 and T40)), 1 x ¼" hex bit and quick-change adaptor.
- 1 year guarantee

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1 Like #1
Thank you vassy, been looking, great set, heat added :)
1 Like #2
For me an impact driver was a tool you hit with a hammer and at every hit it turned the bit a quarter of a turn. These bit sets seem no different than an other screwdriver or bit sets, or am I seeing it wrong?
#3
I have a set of these and a set from Lidl -
http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=41134

I preferred the Lidl release mechanism vs Erbauer, but the bits from lidl are probably softer as they only lasted about a year with an impact drill (Semi casual DIYer). Still prefer the lidl set overall as its colour coded, seems superficial but just takes less effort to pick or put it back into place (maybe I'm a child and I like the colours?).

Proveright
For me an impact driver was a tool you hit with a hammer and at every hit it turned the bit a quarter of a turn. These bit sets seem no different than an other screwdriver or bit sets, or am I seeing it wrong?

Apparently these have forged tips to make them stronger so it doesn't gum up the ends as easily. I don't know the mechanics of it but basically aligns the molecules so that it creates more defined structures/links thus stronger... I assume it helps with purity of materials etc so QC should be better than whatever the normal method is (pressed/cast?).

Edited By: Inquisitor on Jan 25, 2017 09:16
#4
Hi

These are not very good - I actually picked up a set on Monday (been this price on Screwfix for a while) and one of the PZ2 sheared off after only driving in around 10 PZs Goldscrew woodscrews. This is the 2nd set of these I've had as well, as I got this set last year (6.99 then) and I had to replace that wornout set with Monday's purchase, but quality isn't good and the bits do shear easily.





Edited By: bxboards on Jan 25, 2017 09:21
#5
Proveright
For me an impact driver was a tool you hit with a hammer and at every hit it turned the bit a quarter of a turn. These bit sets seem no different than an other screwdriver or bit sets, or am I seeing it wrong?

These are for Impact drivers of the power tool nature. Superb - way better than using drill drivers, or drills with the screw settings, and often you've used an impact driver, it's the sort of thing you will wonder how you did without it.

Edited By: bxboards on Jan 25, 2017 09:23
#6
Proveright
For me an impact driver was a tool you hit with a hammer and at every hit it turned the bit a quarter of a turn. These bit sets seem no different than an other screwdriver or bit sets, or am I seeing it wrong?

These are intended for the battery powered version, although it is not just for loosening tight screws, it replaces a standard cordless driver. They look like a compact cordless drill with a 1/4" (i think) latching hex drive instead of a drill chuck.

They apply considerably more torque than most cordless screwdrivers, yet you don't feel it on your wrist like you would with a really powerful cordless drill/driver, eg one we got from Lidl claims to be 180Nm, so impact bits should be designed to withstand the extra torque.



Edited By: melted on Jan 25, 2017 09:47: typos etc
1 Like #7
I have had this exact set for over a year. No breakages or damage so far and they have been used alot. Would recommend them for use in impact driver.
1 Like #8
Not had any issues with the bits but the quick release mechanism is always getting jammed. Not as good as Makita in my experience. Been 5.99 in SF in the past but still a decent price.
2 Likes #9
Picked these up as I saw them in the catalogue for £9.99 went to the till and they scanned at £7.99 kept my mouth shut and as I walked out saw the advert for £7.99 lol
1 Like #10
I have this set. Can't fault it at that price. Invaluable when putting our little one's cot together and all the endless flat packs we've bought ☺️
#11
Bought these when they were £5.99 at SF. Great set of bits, better than the standard DeWalt set I have after the bit holder stopped locking after a couple of months.
#12
Proveright
For me an impact driver was a tool you hit with a hammer and at every hit it turned the bit a quarter of a turn. These bit sets seem no different than an other screwdriver or bit sets, or am I seeing it wrong?

Have a look at this on Amazon and scroll down to the table showing available torque. You will see the difference between devices.
1 Like #13
sradmad
Thank you vassy, been looking, great set, heat added :)
Cheers pal :)
#14
Tip:- if the lid is getting in your way and you need to change bits often take the lid off rotate 180 degrees and attach and it keeps it out the way and stops the clip on the bottom faffing about.

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