Bahco Bits-Box 31 pieces  £6 (with prime)  / £9.99 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Bahco Bits-Box 31 pieces £6 (with prime) / £9.99 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Found 29th Mar
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31 pcs bit set for slotted, Phillips, Pozidriv, TORX, Hexagon head screws, bit holder and socket adaptor 1/4". In cardboard packaging. Drive: 1/4" DIN 3126-C6.3, ISO 1173. Finish: Sand blasting. Material: S2 high alloy steel.

Looks like a good set from a good brand..
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Ordered! Good price, but it contains T10 which is rare in these sets, and three T15! Bonus!
Good deal, Bahco are a good brand and they should last a while, not to be confused with cheap sets on Amazon!.
Id pick these up if I had anything else to buy off amazon, need a good set of these and the price looks great
Nice little ratchet set down from £36.01 to £14.98 too...

amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
Got this last week, the bits are great quality as usual for Bahco but the case hinge is just bent plastic. Can't see it surviving long in a tool bag, but the bits on their own are worth the price.
Are these suitable for an impact driver or just a drill?
hhali36 m ago

Are these suitable for an impact driver or just a drill?


They are S2 steel. They are stronger than CRV bits but are not impact rated.
are these any good for home diy here and there ? as I never herd of this brand and I am after some new bits ? was going to go for this screwfix.com/p/d…266 as there was many spares.

just sick of using cheap screw bits and these seem cheap but don't know the brand.

any info or help would be great or any other bit set better than these ? as have the bits in this pack would never get used like the Hexagon head screws

thanks for any help
meridiusuk1 h, 34 m ago

are these any good for home diy here and there ? as I never herd of this …are these any good for home diy here and there ? as I never herd of this brand and I am after some new bits ? was going to go for this https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-combination-drill-bit-set-100-piece-set/13266 as there was many spares.just sick of using cheap screw bits and these seem cheap but don't know the brand.any info or help would be great or any other bit set better than these ? as have the bits in this pack would never get used like the Hexagon head screwsthanks for any help


This DeWalt set is ok. But definitely not trade rated in my view. They are CRV bits and budget drill bits. Good for light trade use and DIY. If you want decent impact bits that don't cost the earth. Search for sabrecut impact bits. I found them to be much better than DeWalt and on par with Milwaukee. We use loads of bits at work and it pays to pay extra for quality.
meridiusuk:
are these any good for home diy here and there ? as I never herd of this brand and I am after some new bits ? was going to go for this screwfix.com/p/d…266 as there was many spares.

just sick of using cheap screw bits and these seem cheap but don't know the brand.

any info or help would be great or any other bit set better than these ? as have the bits in this pack would never get used like the Hexagon head screws

thanks for any help

Wera also do some decent bits. I don't mean to be condescending, but make sure you're using the correct size bit.
Edited by: "bones79" 7th Apr
Hi all what about this set ?

amazon.co.uk/dp/…r=1

Would these be better than most ? I don't need high impact drivers as I don't own one and not only that there about £40. The link above does not say what there made from,or if there any good or better than s2 steel bits.

Thanks
anyone ? as I can still cancel the bahco set ? would the link above be a better set

thanks
just cancelled the bahco set and went with the wera set instead hope there better than these,
People seem to be comparing these to sets 3, 4 and 5 times their price...Wilko do a Chrome Vanadium set for a fiver that i've used for quite a while without any of the bits getting damaged.....

Is S2 steel stronger than CRV.....as one person mentioned
The link is to non Amazon sellers @ £10ish. Where is it £6?
Jeezus! Nearly 10 quid for something that is everywhere today, even usually added in tool kits. Nah.

Like all makers today, some of their stuff will be made in the BIG C!
Bahco stuff is primarily made in Sweden, France, and Spain. But some tools are made in the US and... yep, the Big C.
CHINA!

Where are these made? I'm not paying nearly 10 quid, nor 6 quid to find out. You can though!

Anyway, I have loads of torque bits all over the garage and in the shed, so a big NO.
Any good with a impact driver?
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