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Amazon. DeWalt DT7943B-QZ Extreme Flatbit Tough Case Set £14.95 prime / £19.44 non prime@ Amazon
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Amazon. DeWalt DT7943B-QZ Extreme Flatbit Tough Case Set £14.95 prime / £19.44 non prime@ Amazon

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Posted 9th Jan

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DEWALT DT7943B 8Pc EXTREME Flatwood Sets

- Ideal for door locks, mortising, electrical and plumbing work
- For the rapid drilling holes in wood Suitable for natural hard and soft wood, chipboard and other man made materials
- Heat absorbtion shafts ensure that they remain sharp for longer
- Extra thick robust steel shank for outstanding durability and bit life
- Chamfered outer cutting spurs for clean, very fast drilling and extended drilling life
- Precision ground central point with optimised design for faster material penetration and increased drilling speed

DEWALT DT7943B 8Pc EXTREME Flatwood Sets Specification :-

- Diameter mm : 12, 16, 18, 20, 22, 25, 28, 32 mm
- Comes in Case 3385020.jpg
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dont bother with cheapo ones these are top quality and tough!
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Same price at FFX.
Great bits but not really a deal given its the same price in several other places?

I think they all dropped their prices today, i saw it in the ffx email this morning. They usually sit between £17-20.91904661578587799.jpgAmazon went this afternoon afaik.
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Decent set of bits. I've been through a few boxes. Normally around £18-£19 a set. Heat Added.
dont bother with cheapo ones these are top quality and tough!
I thought they were some new Darts at first
A bit cheaper on ebay atm with the 20% off code.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 9th Jan
I have these and I'm happy with them. Different case but same bits. Heat added
I'd have been all over ths deal a month ago, but the great price I'd seen in homebase had gone back up when I went to buy them so I did a bit of research as I wasn't sure wether to go for these or the irwin equivalent, or Irwin augers as I like the look of those too. eventually I didn't buy this set pictured, as I went for a folding fabric cased bigger set of the bosch from Amazon for about £24 but had seen these on offer in Screwfix .


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for me, they've changed the game , being self drive (Threaded Point), rather than the pyramid point of the dewalt, and the 'devil ears' on the tip make a lot of sense to me to cut the wood fibres through, before 'scraping them off, with the 'flat bit' side of the drill bit. a few video's later on the Tube of U and I was sold , wasn't dissapointed either these Bosch really do rip through the wood effortlessly, and leave a good clean hole. I'm sure these Dewalts will be great, and were top of my list , but many manufacturers have moved over to the devil ear design, including Dewalt in their standard sets ?? and all of the speedbore auger buts have the self feed tips, so I think it makes sense..
I'm sure this is still a great deal as They'l. l be a good product, just think if youre interested there is now more innovation in the market.

still voted Hot
Edited by: "IWANTBLUE" 10th Jan
IWANTBLUE10/01/2020 07:49

I'd have been all over ths deal a month ago, but the great price I'd seen …I'd have been all over ths deal a month ago, but the great price I'd seen in homebase had gone back up when I went to buy them so I did a bit of research as I wasn't sure wether to go for these or the irwin equivalent, or Irwin augers as I like the look of those too. eventually I didn't buy this set pictured, as I went for a folding fabric cased bigger set of the bosch from Amazon for about £24 but had seen these on offer in Screwfix .[Image] [Image] for me, they've changed the game , being self drive (Threaded Point), rather than the pyramid point of the dewalt, and the 'devil ears' on the tip make a lot of sense to me to cut the wood fibres through, before 'scraping them off, with the 'flat bit' side of the drill bit. a few video's later on the Tube of U and I was sold , wasn't dissapointed either these Bosch really do rip through the wood effortlessly, and leave a good clean hole. I'm sure these Dewalts will be great, and were top of my list , but many manufacturers have moved over to the devil ear design, including Dewalt in their standard sets ?? and all of the speedbore auger buts have the self feed tips, so I think it makes sense..I'm sure this is still a great deal as They'l. l be a good product, just think if youre interested there is now more innovation in the market. still voted Hot


These self feed ones can be a bit marmite. Either like them or you don't. Personally, not keen on them because when they pull, they pull. When i tried them years ago.
JACKATTACKZ10/01/2020 13:12

These self feed ones can be a bit marmite. Either like them or you don't. …These self feed ones can be a bit marmite. Either like them or you don't. Personally, not keen on them because when they pull, they pull. When i tried them years ago.


I can agree with this. I have the dewalt set which I was using recently for drilling rafters and I couldn't fauly them, the edge on them means they dont catch and try and rip the driver out if your hand like others I've used. The self pull ones can be a nightmare for delicate work because as you say they keep pulling. But I see their advantage too
The_Ramrod10/01/2020 18:42

I can agree with this. I have the dewalt set which I was using recently …I can agree with this. I have the dewalt set which I was using recently for drilling rafters and I couldn't fauly them, the edge on them means they dont catch and try and rip the driver out if your hand like others I've used. The self pull ones can be a nightmare for delicate work because as you say they keep pulling. But I see their advantage too


Points taken, I guess as I have standard anyway I can always revert, I did have to be careful when using them to counter-bore to sink a bolt head, but once I'd realised, I just adjusted the pressure but that process would have been easier? /or more easily adjusted with a standard flatbit I guess....
General Speed, and or ease of using at an angle at arms length say where its difficult to add pressure to the drill is where my game changer comment came from. But I accept the marmite nature of your comments for sure.. Just slingin it out there
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