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Bosch Professional 2607017164 43-Piece Bit And Nutsetter Set - Tools - £15.99 Prime / + £4.49 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Bosch Professional 2607017164 43-Piece Bit And Nutsetter Set - Tools - £15.99 Prime / + £4.49 Non Prime @ Amazon

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  • As a leading manufacturer for power tools accessories, Bosch offers the ideal accessories for virtually all applications
  • It is our aim to develop appropriate accessories for more efficient working
  • The research and development departments at Bosch work to develop and optimise accessories in line with the needs of users

Bosch is a leading manufacturer of accessories for power tools and is an innovation leader with 125 years of tradition. Bosch's aim is to develop innovative accessories for all applications, for more efficient working and for new materials. With more than 8000 products, Bosch offers the appropriate accessories for virtually all applications, users and all brands of power tools. 43-piece screwdriver bit set with quick-change universal holder as well as magnetic universal holder

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1 x 43-piece bit and nutsetter set

43-piece bit and nutsetter set
Packaging type : Plastic packaging, box, with Euro hole
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Footsore19/04/2020 18:18

I know what a Bit is in this context, but what's a Nutsetter?


Someone who walks around with their hands in their jogging bottoms.
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Great price for a high quality set!
Got this last year, brilliant set and comes in a great case.
I've used these on site and they're pretty good. The bits lasted longer than the Milwaukee impact bits.
Matt35619/04/2020 17:46

This or this …This or this https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01BU0FUD0?ref=ppx_pt2_mob_b_prod_image?


The set you linked to are generally round £12, so doesn't seem as good VFM.
MrSwitch19/04/2020 17:47

The set you linked to are generally round £12, so doesn't seem as good VFM.


Thank you kindly
Matt35619/04/2020 17:51

Thank you kindly


I'm not saying these are better, but judging by pricing, I'd say these were better value.
MrSwitch19/04/2020 17:51

I'm not saying these are better, but judging by pricing, I'd say these … I'm not saying these are better, but judging by pricing, I'd say these were better value.


Quite often, pricier products are pricier for a reason
Plus the deWalt one has bad reviews when it comes to the case.
Matt35619/04/2020 17:56

Quite often, pricier products are pricier for a reason ;)Plus the deWalt …Quite often, pricier products are pricier for a reason ;)Plus the deWalt one has bad reviews when it comes to the case.


fair enough, kinda stating the obvious there wasn't I, apologies
I know what a Bit is in this context, but what's a Nutsetter?
Footsore19/04/2020 18:18

I know what a Bit is in this context, but what's a Nutsetter?


Someone who walks around with their hands in their jogging bottoms.
Footsore19/04/2020 18:18

I know what a Bit is in this context, but what's a Nutsetter?


It's the bits that allow you to drive hex headed screws or bolts home. You might know them as tek bits.

In the picture that are the three on the bottom right.
Robdaraff19/04/2020 18:46

It's the bits that allow you to drive hex headed screws or bolts home. You …It's the bits that allow you to drive hex headed screws or bolts home. You might know them as tek bits. In the picture that are the three on the bottom right.


Thank you.

Got it. That'd be a Socket then, in English.
Just my opinion, but I'd buy the Screwfix set for an extra £4. That price is only for collection. Delivery is an extra £5 so only really a comparison if collecting from Screwfix. The drillbits included are the multi material blue & silver which cost around £10 for a set of 4 at Amazon.
This is a good quality set so heat from me OP

EDIT
Forgot to say, I own both of these sets.
One is in my 12v drill case, the other with my 18v drill. I use the 12v more so the Screwfix set is with that one.
Edited by: "pat-w" 19th Apr
pat-w19/04/2020 18:57

Just my opinion, but I'd buy the Screwfix set for an extra £4. That price …Just my opinion, but I'd buy the Screwfix set for an extra £4. That price is only for collection. Delivery is an extra £5 so only really a comparison if collecting from Screwfix. The drillbits included are the multi material blue & silver which cost around £10 for a set of 4 at Amazon.This is a good quality set so heat from me OP EDITForgot to say, I own both of these sets. One is in my 12v drill case, the other with my 18v drill. I use the 12v more so the Screwfix set is with that one.


Good to know, was going to ask that very question!
Managed to order the screwfix one with a few other bits so got free delivery
Really poor quality these, avoid
Warrhog19/04/2020 21:19

Really poor quality these, avoid


I have an older bosch pro set that has lasted me for 3 years, have things changed?
pat-w19/04/2020 18:57

Just my opinion, but I'd buy the Screwfix set for an extra £4. That price …Just my opinion, but I'd buy the Screwfix set for an extra £4. That price is only for collection. Delivery is an extra £5 so only really a comparison if collecting from Screwfix. The drillbits included are the multi material blue & silver which cost around £10 for a set of 4 at Amazon.This is a good quality set so heat from me OP EDITForgot to say, I own both of these sets. One is in my 12v drill case, the other with my 18v drill. I use the 12v more so the Screwfix set is with that one.


I have the same pack of drill bits, used one just an hour ago, and agree they are great! Wish that set had the sockets in, it would be perfect.

EDIT: Actually I may buy this and swap the drill bits with my others:

smile.amazon.co.uk/Bos…-22
Edited by: "tek-monkey" 19th Apr
tek-monkey19/04/2020 21:33

I have an older bosch pro set that has lasted me for 3 years, have things …I have an older bosch pro set that has lasted me for 3 years, have things changed? I have the same pack of drill bits, used one just an hour ago, and agree they are great! Wish that set had the sockets in, it would be perfect.EDIT: Actually I may buy this and swap the drill bits with my others:https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Professional-2607017326-Concrete-Screwdriver/dp/B00KR3G1YY/ref=sr_1_22?dchild=1&keywords=bosch+professional+nutsetter&qid=1587328686&s=diy&sr=1-22


I have another Bosch Pro set that is amazing, it's just this one that I'm pretty sure is just branded Bosch and is actually same low quality as you can buy from multitude of brands and places. No idea why they even have it
got the other set on offer at the moment from screwfix for 20 quid. does anyone think there's much benefit getting these too or are there quite a few duplicate bits if I was to buy these too
Looks to be a decent set. The nut setters could be useful too as I only have a 7mm but have an adapter to convert from quarter inch square to hex.

One thing I will say is that since getting an impact screwdriver Christmas before last and done loads of work at mine me my son's, I am still using the same two pozi bits used for no. 8, 10 and 12 screws. With my old cordless driver I would have lost count the number of PZ bits that would have rounded off.
Are them magnetic?
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