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Bosch Professional 43-Piece bit and nutsetter Set £15.04 @ Amazon (£19.53 Non-Prime)
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Bosch Professional 43-Piece bit and nutsetter Set £15.04 @ Amazon (£19.53 Non-Prime)

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Posted 21st Jun

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Box Contains1 x 43-piece bit and nutsetter set

Specification PH1; PH2 (2x); PH3; PZ1; PZ2 (2x); PZ3; SL3; SL4; SL5; SL6 (2x); H3; H4; H5; H6; T10; T15 (2x); T20 (2x); T25 (2x); T27; T30; T40; TH10; TH15; TH20; TH25; TH27; TH30; TH40
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burgyuk21/06/2019 15:57

Wanted to buy this randomly, until i read the reviews, bummer


That's because it's most likely generic tripe with some Bosch branding.
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Wanted to buy this randomly, until i read the reviews, bummer
burgyuk21/06/2019 15:57

Wanted to buy this randomly, until i read the reviews, bummer


That's because it's most likely generic tripe with some Bosch branding.
CNCboss21/06/2019 16:09

That's because it's most likely generic tripe with some Bosch branding.


Shame, nice looking set
Have this set, and thought it was excellent quality. I also have some DeWalt ones, but found this to be better. Plus the case is good, and liked the longer screw bits
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Dewalt bits are good.. Most here will want pz 2 and a a few flat ends... Pz 1 might come in handy and that's about it.. PH 2 which is Philips I only use with dry wall screws as you don't come across philips screws very often.. Just buy what you want and good quality...
Edited by: "wayners" 21st Jun
Any recommendation for a decent drill bit set?
dr_mj_9921/06/2019 20:15

Any recommendation for a decent drill bit set?


Bosch do multiconstruction bits which are great for drilling into almost anything (including tile). Think I grabbed my couple of sets going cheap at Screwfix.
I'm a drill novice, can anyone tell me what the selling point of this set is?
dr_mj_9921/06/2019 20:15

Any recommendation for a decent drill bit set?


If you mean bits for driving, skip to the end and just get a Wera set.

For drilling, I would echo the previous poster. The blue Bosch multi bits would cover most bases for general use.
Edited by: "nickyjg" 21st Jun
I have had this set for over a year and had no issues, great quality set
Thinking of training in dentistry, will this be any good?
This deal is nuts
burgyuk21/06/2019 16:24

Shame, nice looking set


Yes it's bog standard CRV bits. I have this set it's good for low torque applications only.
These are not suitable for a impact driver or when using in high torque applications. The but will fail fast. If you want stronger quality buy Shockwave Gen 2 or Sabrecut impact bits I've found both to be better than DeWalt and Bosch impact bits.
dr_mj_9921/06/2019 20:15

Any recommendation for a decent drill bit set?


The DeWalt Extreme set that was on here in early 2019 has been fantastic for me.

I especially love the PH and PZ tic-tac sets included, those bits last much longer than anything I've previously bought (but haven't tried any of the brands the previous poster above recommended).
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 22nd Jun
Nearly £2 off Fantastic!!
arCuThEDOWDr22/06/2019 10:45

The DeWalt Extreme set that was on here in early 2019 has been fantastic …The DeWalt Extreme set that was on here in early 2019 has been fantastic for me.I especially love the PH and PZ tic-tac sets included, those bits last much longer than anything I've previously bought (but haven't tried any of the brands the previous poster above recommended).


The Dewalt Extreme stuff is very decent, picked up a set recently and compares well with the Wera Impaktor stuff for impact driving. Nothing has stripped so far with it including concrete screws which are a bugger to get in the wall.
I had a set of these. Used very sparingly. One day. Open the box up and lots started to get little bits of corrosion. Really wouldn’t recommend them.
CNCboss21/06/2019 16:37

Try Milwaukee shockwave, if you want something similar.


Are these any good or better than the bosch ones? I'm looking for a bit set that will do the job, any recommendations?
kashhassan9422/06/2019 13:17

Are these any good or better than the bosch ones? I'm looking for a bit …Are these any good or better than the bosch ones? I'm looking for a bit set that will do the job, any recommendations?


I've got the ones I linked to earlier and can't fault them. Plus a tictac box of pz2 bits.

They're obviously designed for impact drivers, but no reason why you can't use them in a drill driver or combi drill.

For more delicate stuff, or where you need some feel, I'd use screwdriver or the relevant hex or torx key anyway.
Edited by: "CNCboss" 22nd Jun
Thanks for posting @thekudos we have added this to today's 'Highlights' page.
kashhassan9422/06/2019 13:17

Are these any good or better than the bosch ones? I'm looking for a bit …Are these any good or better than the bosch ones? I'm looking for a bit set that will do the job, any recommendations?


There's a different set of Bosch ones - Search for bosch impact bits, they're the black ones with white middles. A very good set, even when I try to abuse the Phillips head bits by using the wrong size, they just refuse to get deformed.
nickyjg21/06/2019 23:08

If you mean bits for driving, skip to the end and just get a Wera set. For …If you mean bits for driving, skip to the end and just get a Wera set. For drilling, I would echo the previous poster. The blue Bosch multi bits would cover most bases for general use.


The Wera bits are superb
dr_mj_9922/06/2019 20:15

Do you have a link?


This is the sort of thing I was referring to, but they aren't cheap.

rover.ebay.com/rov…145

That having been said, the milwaukee shock wave bits are great too and a bit cheaper.
This is a good set. I even use them in my impact driver. Yes they are that good. Leave them outside one night and they begin to discolour.

If there requirement is for actual impact driver bits then may as well go for Milwaukee ones liked to earlier for that price.
Arrived yesterday and much better than the DeWalt ones I have used previously. Was able to drill 16x 6 inch screws through hard wood without any problem using my 14v DeWalt impact driver.

Not sure how good they compare to more expensive bits but they did the job for me.
Thanks
Timco bits are amazing. Hardened SK2 steel, last ages
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