Bosch Professional Titanium drill and screwdriving set - 103 Piece £19.91 @ CPC Farnell
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Bosch Professional Titanium drill and screwdriving set - 103 Piece £19.91 @ CPC Farnell

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Found 9th Sep 2017
Screwfix have this on offer with 20% off taking it down to £19.99 so this seems like a great deal



Professional


Titanium drill and screwdriving set containing a large selection of


sizes which are suitable drilling and secrewdriving in to masonry, wood,


metal and plastic. Supplied in a moulded case.






Contents



Contents: 19 metal drills: 1.5,1.5,2,2,,2.5,3x


3mm,3.2,3.2,3.5,4,/4.5,4.8,5,5.5,6,7mm, 5 Masonry drills, 4,5,6,8,10mm, 9


Wood drills 2x 3, 2x 4,5,6,7,8,10mm, 13 bits 50mm: PH0,1,2,3,


PZ0,1,2,3, Slotted 4,6mm, Torx 10,20,25 40 bits 25mm: 2x PH0, 2x PH1, 3x


PH2, 3x PH33, 2x PZ0, 3x PZ1, 3x PZ3, Slotted 4,4,6,6,7,7mm, Torx


10,10,15,15,20,20,25,25/,30,40, Hex 3,4,5,6mm, 7 Nut setters


5,6,8,10,11,12,13mm, Hex key, Bit holder, Countersink, 2 Spade bits,


16,22mm, Holesaw adaptor, 4 Holesaws 32,38,44,54mm





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Good rule of buying tools. Get quality things of the stuff you'll actually need. Not huge bargain sets 80% of which you won't need or use.
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What's the benefit of getting titanium ones? I bought a makita set thinking it to be a reputable brand but the bits wore out before the screws. Any other types/materials which last longer
ubmaniac6 m ago

What's the benefit of getting titanium ones? I bought a makita set …What's the benefit of getting titanium ones? I bought a makita set thinking it to be a reputable brand but the bits wore out before the screws. Any other types/materials which last longer


I've got a Makita set. Wasn't expensive but I thought the brand might have some quality standard. Nope - you just get what you pay for as always. It's just cheap junk despite the name.
Decent basic set, wood and masonry are good just don't expect to drill into sheet metal without snapping a few of the others on the way!
No good for impact driver then ?
Gavin0148 m ago

No good for impact driver then ?

Not the drills no. Don't see why the bits wouldn't be?
Good rule of buying tools. Get quality things of the stuff you'll actually need. Not huge bargain sets 80% of which you won't need or use.
Gavin013 h, 22 m ago

No good for impact driver then ?

Get proper impact rated bits. Wera do some nice ones but not cheap. Milwaukee shock wave are very good and reasonable prices. Dewalt xtreme aren't bad either.
acj77442 h, 41 m ago

Good rule of buying tools. Get quality things of the stuff you'll actually …Good rule of buying tools. Get quality things of the stuff you'll actually need. Not huge bargain sets 80% of which you won't need or use.


Cheap tools can be good on some jobs to avoid wreaking your good ones.
Very good deal and useful too...
ghostm4n3 h, 8 m ago

Get proper impact rated bits. Wera do some nice ones but not cheap. …Get proper impact rated bits. Wera do some nice ones but not cheap. Milwaukee shock wave are very good and reasonable prices. Dewalt xtreme aren't bad either.


Ive had a box of erbauer ones, theve lasted a long time.
acj774416 h, 39 m ago

Good rule of buying tools. Get quality things of the stuff you'll actually …Good rule of buying tools. Get quality things of the stuff you'll actually need. Not huge bargain sets 80% of which you won't need or use.

Great advice
Has anyone actually used this set rather than offering opinions
Noddydog37 m ago

Has anyone actually used this set rather than offering opinions

I have this set and has been really useful with standard DIY stuff. Moved house recently and has come in handy having one case to carry for most jobs. The saw attachments were a godsend when we had to route cables through kitchen units.
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