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5 Pack of DeWalt DT71522X5 25pc 25mm PH2 Standard Tic Tac Philips Bits - £12.95 (£2.59 each) delivered @ FFX (10 Pack £24.95)
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5 Pack of DeWalt DT71522X5 25pc 25mm PH2 Standard Tic Tac Philips Bits - £12.95 (£2.59 each) delivered @ FFX (10 Pack £24.95)

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Posted 6th MayEdited by:"apur32"
Not a bad price for £2.59 each delivered of 5 Pack....

10 Pack of DeWalt DT71522X10 25pc 25mm PH2 Standard Tic Tac Philips Bits - £24.95 delivered

DeWalt 25pc 25mm PH2 Standard Tic Tac Philips Bits 5pk - DT71522X5The DeWalt DT71522-QZ 25mm Ph2 in Standard Tic Tac box have a hardened bit core for extra strength & durability and are especially suited for repetitive screwdriving tasks. Professional use bits ideal for driving fasteners into wood, metal, plastic and drywall materials

Features and Benefits:
  • Strong and durable screwdriver bits
  • Supplied in a handy plastic tic tac box
Technical Specification:Type - Accessories
Unit Quantity - 1
Size: Ph2
Supplied With:5 x Dewalt DT71521-QZ 25pc 25mm PH2 Standard Tic Tac Philips Bits
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remember, ph head so only really for plasterboard screws

pretty much everything else is PZ

probably a lifetime supply
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I use 1 every couple of weeks, with my reckoning... these would last me almost 2 and a half years.... ..... brilliant
remember, ph head so only really for plasterboard screws

pretty much everything else is PZ

probably a lifetime supply
adamspencer9506/05/2020 23:08

remember, ph head so only really for plasterboard screwspretty much …remember, ph head so only really for plasterboard screwspretty much everything else is PZprobably a lifetime supply


Well spotted Sherlock
So, as im a sparkie, these would last me until the end of the lockdown...... so until 2030
PZ2 equivalent pack almost double the price, but likely to be of more use.
Not the best quality bits in my experience.
Have this. Made from cheese.
In my opinion of using theses not very good quality break very easily
Great price for Quality product. Have tried others and dont like the fit. These are real good no slippage on screws
HerWorseHalf07/05/2020 01:15

Not the best quality bits in my experience.


which one are the best in your experience
gobanana11/05/2020 09:46

which one are the best in your experience


Just going on the standard bits, I've so far found Wiha bits to be the best, although they are expensive, some Kamasa bits to be surprisingly good (S2 steel bits, e.g. item 55768, although I did buy them years ago so don't know if they're still the same), Makita seemed okay but nothing special and I recently bought some of the Milwaukee ones and they seem quite good so far.

Generally, I've found the necked type to be better than the plain machined ones like these, takes a little load off the tip which then is less prone to fracture, and anything made from S2 steel to be better than chrome vanadium as it's a bit tougher. You can sometimes find S2 necked bits in places like Lidl for example, but you do need to check the details carefully.

Otherwise I suspect Wera are quite good but never used any, and I've found Bosch standard bits are similar to these and not much good, couldn't wait to use them up when I had them!
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