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Bosch 32 Piece Screwdriver Bit Set £7.21 @ City Plumbing
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Bosch 32 Piece Screwdriver Bit Set £7.21 @ City Plumbing

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Posted 25th Nov 2019Edited by:"PennyTrader"

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The Bosch Screwdriver Bit Set is a 32 piece hand tool kit ideal for carrying out all types of fastening tasks. Comprising of multiple conventional screws and a quick changing holder, these power tool accessories have colour coded bit layout for quick identification of each screw bit.
  • The magnetic, quality quick-change adaptor with auto-lock enables the user to change between screwdriver bits effortlessly
  • Set contains: PH1, PH2 (2x), PH3, PZ1, PZ2 (2x), PZ3, HEX 3/4/5/6, T10, T15, T20 (2x), T25, T27, T30, T40, S 3/4/5/6, Th 10/15/20/25/27/30/40
  • Supplied in a robust plastic case with belt clip for safe storage
  • Made in Germany
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12 Comments
Good we add on, but sure this has been cheaper plenty other times. Got mine for £6 at most on Amazon a few months back
Madcat8625/11/2019 16:05

Good we add on, but sure this has been cheaper plenty other times. Got …Good we add on, but sure this has been cheaper plenty other times. Got mine for £6 at most on Amazon a few months back


Possibly & only if you have prime.
This deal is available to everybody - same price to all
PennyTrader25/11/2019 16:07

Possibly & only if you have prime.This deal is available to everybody - …Possibly & only if you have prime.This deal is available to everybody - same price to all


Nope I’m not a prime member
Need an impact driver kit, how much more should I expect to pay?
Madcat8625/11/2019 16:11

Nope I’m not a prime member


Happy to be proved wrong with a link to a posted deal with non-prime price at lower price then this..
Madcat8625/11/2019 16:11

Nope I’m not a prime member

pat-w25/11/2019 16:30

The Bosch impact set on Amazon is around £25 but I'd recommend the Erbauer …The Bosch impact set on Amazon is around £25 but I'd recommend the Erbauer Screwdriver Bit Set at Screwfix for £9.99. Have a read of the reviews.



Thank you. I was about to say £25 is steep.
£8.99 if you have amazon prime next day delivery
ubmaniac25/11/2019 16:16

Need an impact driver kit, how much more should I expect to pay?


IMO don't get those Milwaukee ones that are on sale everywhere. I rate their tools, but I've shattered several different bits in a few weeks. Not sure I would recommend other brands, not found ones that last a really long time. Some Bosch and Dewalt ones seemed better. The Erbauer impact driver socket sets have lasted really well. I also rate most of the Wera stuff.
churchreg25/11/2019 19:20

IMO don't get those Milwaukee ones that are on sale everywhere. I rate …IMO don't get those Milwaukee ones that are on sale everywhere. I rate their tools, but I've shattered several different bits in a few weeks. Not sure I would recommend other brands, not found ones that last a really long time. Some Bosch and Dewalt ones seemed better. The Erbauer impact driver socket sets have lasted really well. I also rate most of the Wera stuff.



I haven't tried wera yet so will give them a go. I wonder if Hilti make bits?!

I had a similar experience with makita bits and accessories. They just aren't the same quality as their tools.

A box of Milwaukee PZ2 bits has lasted me a decent stretch of time but I'm considering the switch to torx as soon as I've used up my plethora of current screws
Edited by: "ubmaniac" 25th Nov 2019
ubmaniac25/11/2019 19:24

I haven't tried wera yet so will give them a go. I wonder if Hilti make …I haven't tried wera yet so will give them a go. I wonder if Hilti make bits?! I had a similar experience with makita bits and accessories. They just aren't the same quality as their tools. A box of Milwaukee PZ2 bits has lasted me a decent stretch of time but I'm considering the switch to torx as soon as I've used up my plethora of current screws


Yeah, I think they just outsource and rebrand for bits they sell. I'm with you on moving away from PZ2, they're not great for use with modern impact drivers.
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