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Amazon. Bosch 2608577147-000 2608577147 35 Piece Drill & Screwdriver Bit Set £22.99 Amazon
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Amazon. Bosch 2608577147-000 2608577147 35 Piece Drill & Screwdriver Bit Set £22.99 Amazon

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Posted 13th MayEdited by:"JACKATTACKZ"
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  • Multi construction drill bits
  • Suitable for drilling in most materials such as masonry, brick, light building materials, multi-layer materials, ceramics and tiles, wood, plastic, an metals
  • Centring tip for a precise drilling start and good guidance in the drilled hole
  • Diamond ground cutting edges enables multi-purpose drilling
  • 4 flute reinforced core section for better wear resistance and stability when drilling in concrete

Description A impact control multi construction & screwdriver bit set which can be used with all impact drivers and normal drill drivers for heavy duty applications. These multi construction drill bits are suitable for drilling in most materials such as masonry, brick, light building materials, multi-layer materials, ceramics and tiles, wood, plastic, an metals. The screwdriver bits are ideal for heavy duty use and can be used with high voltage impact drivers.
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Screwfix are doing this for £20 C&C great piece of kit
Edited by: "Nasir_Uddin" 13th May
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Screwfix are doing this for £20 C&C great piece of kit
Edited by: "Nasir_Uddin" 13th May
screwfix.com/p/b…9fv
£19.99. Click and collect. £24.99 Delivered.
Thanks OP. Been looking for a delivery option other than Screwfix. Heat added.
Excellent set for impact drivers.

Those drills are nice but not as good as dedicated drills for speed or quality of hole.
Either way a great set.
Expired? Still available at Screwfix.
polarbaba13/05/2020 02:19

Excellent set for impact drivers.Those drills are nice but not as good as …Excellent set for impact drivers.Those drills are nice but not as good as dedicated drills for speed or quality of hole.Either way a great set.


I've tried them at work with my 18v impact and they just about make it into concrete. No substitute for an SDS. I've found they're great at home with my little 10v impact in older brick. It means you only need to get one small tool out for most fixing jobs round the home. Haven't tried them in other materials.

The impact bits aren't bad either, better than the Milwaukee ones they keep putting on special.
churchreg13/05/2020 09:30

I've tried them at work with my 18v impact and they just about make it …I've tried them at work with my 18v impact and they just about make it into concrete. No substitute for an SDS. I've found they're great at home with my little 10v impact in older brick. It means you only need to get one small tool out for most fixing jobs round the home. Haven't tried them in other materials.The impact bits aren't bad either, better than the Milwaukee ones they keep putting on special.


For concrete these wouldn't be good, SDS is always the way to go. These are convenient, but I wouldn't recommend these for any professional, as the quality of the hole will not be good enough, and the speed of cut is also nearly half a dedicated bit, despite what the adverts show.

I've got some for my dad as I don't want him faffing about impatiently looking for drills, but if I have a project, I'll always use the proper drills now. My set is mainly redundant and only used if I have a missing or broken bit.
Phew! I bought this for £20 from Screwfix, used it once and couldn't find the missing piece in the gap next to the bit holder - thought I'd lost it until I saw the pic of this post and its empty!

Anyway, solid kit but strangely, the 6mm drill bit didn't fit in the dowel jig 6mm hole so I used a different wood specific 6mm bit and that did fit.
Anyone recommend a decent, powerful, reliable portable drill to go with this?

Just for home DIY maintenance, nothing major
solid13/05/2020 12:42

Anyone recommend a decent, powerful, reliable portable drill to go with …Anyone recommend a decent, powerful, reliable portable drill to go with this?Just for home DIY maintenance, nothing major


Went for this: Ryobi

Twice came down in price. Missed it the first time.
Looks decent - tempted as I need a set of decent hex shank drill bits for wood, but I'd prefer the brad point ones. Have some heat anyway.
Been this price (and out of stock) for ages.
Screwfix 19.99 collect.....
JACKATTACKZ13/05/2020 01:25

https://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-hex-shank-hex-9-drill-screwdriver-bit-set-35-pieces/619fv£19.99. Click and collect. £24.99 Delivered.


Fantastic thank you! They are still available and the price is excellent HOT;)
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Edited by: "JACKATTACKZ" 21st May
I’m sure I paid almost this for only the round shank multi material bits and it didn’t have 3 or 4mm either. Heat!
I only got this because I wanted to change quickly from drilling to screwing without undoing the chuck but when I'm drilling the drill bit is a bit wobbly and the drill is vibrating like hell. Has anyone else experienced the same issue.
joco20226/05/2020 18:35

I only got this because I wanted to change quickly from drilling to …I only got this because I wanted to change quickly from drilling to screwing without undoing the chuck but when I'm drilling the drill bit is a bit wobbly and the drill is vibrating like hell. Has anyone else experienced the same issue.


What drill?
It's a Ferrex one from Aldi and it's fine with the normal drill bit it's just the 1/4 hex bit holder/bit that are a bit wobbly.
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