Bosch Professional Titanium Drill Bit and Screwdriving Set - 103 Piece £19.91 delivered @ CPC
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Bosch Professional Titanium Drill Bit and Screwdriving Set - 103 Piece £19.91 delivered @ CPC

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Found 26th Dec 2017
As above, decent price compared to elsewhere.

Product Information

This Bosch mixed drill bit set comes with 103 pieces and can be used with impact drivers, drilling and screwdriving. All pieces are compatible with attractive mixed set that covers all common applications, and organised in a moulded display carry case.

Comes with - 19x tin metal drill bits, 5x masonry drill bits, 9x wood drill bits, 40x screw driver bits, 13x screw driver bits, 7x nut setter, 3x allen key, 1x bit holder, 1x countersink, 2x spade bits & 1x hole saw adapter
Features and Benefits

Assortment of screwdriving bits
Socket wrenches and adapter
Holds some magnetic bits
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bob_regis13 m ago

Be warned if you order from them, you will receive a weekly magazine from …Be warned if you order from them, you will receive a weekly magazine from them till the end of time despite marking no marketing.


Be warned send them an email and they stop them with no issue.
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Only 180 avaliable get it quick!
Mehhh... stop spending my money for me.

Ordered one.
Mehhh, about the same as everywhere else.
Good find. Hot from me
Good price and free delivery is a bonus nice find
Must stop buy tools
Edited by: "Aigars" 27th Dec 2017
Heat added
I bought these on a HUKD earlier.this year from B&Q, forget the price but they've begin to rust already in the case? They're kept indoors under the stairs and I've not noticed anything else rusting or getting damp.
Be warned if you order from them, you will receive a weekly magazine from them till the end of time despite marking no marketing.
bob_regis13 m ago

Be warned if you order from them, you will receive a weekly magazine from …Be warned if you order from them, you will receive a weekly magazine from them till the end of time despite marking no marketing.


Be warned send them an email and they stop them with no issue.
Great price for Bosch Blue. Heat added.
I think I may have OCD, as if I was to own this set and one or two bits go missing I cant stand it.
eslick3 h, 43 m ago

Be warned send them an email and they stop them with no issue.



This company functions similar to a Trade Retailer - one that only sells to Trade Customers. Their Customer Service is almost non-existent. They are cheap but if things do go wrong it is a nightmare to deal with them. Even writing to their CEO email address was not effective. SportsDirect is another terrible firm on Customer Services.
varunadas15 m ago

This company functions similar to a Trade Retailer - one that only sells …This company functions similar to a Trade Retailer - one that only sells to Trade Customers. Their Customer Service is almost non-existent. They are cheap but if things do go wrong it is a nightmare to deal with them. Even writing to their CEO email address was not effective. SportsDirect is another terrible firm on Customer Services.


What can "go wrong" with a drill bit set that is to do with the thing in the front of the drill and not the thing on the back holding it?
Possibly nothing to receivng something already broken or even missing.

I only mentioned as unlike other firms which mainly have Retail Customers this firm's Customer Services will question customers - there is no element of trust. When I returned faulty items, I was only refunded a portioin of it as they claimed to have not received the quantity I was asking refund for. When I disputed, I was asked if I had taken a photograph of what I packed - it is pointless given I could have easily removed some after taking snaps.
Edited by: "varunadas" 27th Dec 2017
varunadas1 h, 25 m ago

This company functions similar to a Trade Retailer - one that only sells …This company functions similar to a Trade Retailer - one that only sells to Trade Customers. Their Customer Service is almost non-existent. They are cheap but if things do go wrong it is a nightmare to deal with them. Even writing to their CEO email address was not effective. SportsDirect is another terrible firm on Customer Services.


Our experience is different, bought battery Christmas lights last year and they were faulty, emailed and within 24 hours they replied back offering a refund or exchange and had the replacement sent out through a courier even though the item only cost a couple of pounds.
eslick2 h, 19 m ago

Our experience is different, bought battery Christmas lights last year and …Our experience is different, bought battery Christmas lights last year and they were faulty, emailed and within 24 hours they replied back offering a refund or exchange and had the replacement sent out through a courier even though the item only cost a couple of pounds.



I had good experiences in the past where when items were reported faulty, they replaced it without questioning and also not asking to return the faulty items. I believe they evaluate the cost of returning the faulty items before writing off - their threshold is £5. So if a customer reports an item valued above £5 they will expect customer to return the faulty items for them to verify before sending replacements. I had to pay for the replacement and once they receive the faulty items they will credit your account which you need to call to refund to your card - it is not automatic.

Their systems are very manual - for example, if your account credit is not sufficient to fulfill a web order it will not notify the customer for balance payment. The customer after few days for goods, once calls their customer service will realise that the order was put on hold due to lack of payment.

Their system for returning faulty items is also manual - the customer service agent has to key in how many units of faulty item are being returned while generating RMA. If that is incorrect, you will get wrong refunds irrespective of what you returned. I had an experience last year of returning 2 faulty fan heaters in one RMA - I did it to save their return costs of asking the courier to come again to collect the second faulty fan heater. However I was only refunded for one as the Returns Department claimed they received only one - which was weird unless UPS staff decided to keep one of the faulty heaters for themselves
it's the titanium coated bits, we have some at work and they last forever, hot and bought!
Where did the 'product information' come from in the header. Seems to differ from the one on the site. Importantly for me, the one in the link does not mention that the screwdriver bits can be used with impact drivers but the header does...?
Pennyfarthing posting a tool deal,well I never
Original Poster
philip444413 m ago

Pennyfarthing posting a tool deal,well I never


Aye’ yo know what to do mate if you don’t like it.
pennyfarthing888 m ago

Aye’ yo know what to do mate if you don’t like it.


Press the minus symbol
Original Poster
philip44445 m ago

Press the minus symbol


Exactly’ after all that’s all you can do.
Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 27th Dec 2017
pennyfarthing885 m ago

Exactly’ after all that’s all you can do.


Posting Tools,taycd,think Were The Same,hahaha
Original Poster
philip44446 m ago

Posting Tools,taycd,think Were The Same,hahaha


You are not the same as me mate - fact.
Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 27th Dec 2017
£22 at B&Q. if you have voucher code to bring it lower please post.

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varunadas22 h, 19 m ago

Possibly nothing to receivng something already broken or even missing. I …Possibly nothing to receivng something already broken or even missing. I only mentioned as unlike other firms which mainly have Retail Customers this firm's Customer Services will question customers - there is no element of trust. When I returned faulty items, I was only refunded a portioin of it as they claimed to have not received the quantity I was asking refund for. When I disputed, I was asked if I had taken a photograph of what I packed - it is pointless given I could have easily removed some after taking snaps.


As a business owner online, it is very difficult to be in this situation.

You have no idea the type of fraud that is growing and the kind of shoddy things bad customers will do to get a free ride.

Of course, we shouldnt treat every single person as suspect but asking for a photo seems like common sense and i have implemented a function on my store platform that does not allow a customer to return goods without uploading a photo first.

If a customer buys something but receives an incorrect item, why is it hard to upload 1 photo?

If our pickers were 100% it was impossible the wrong item was sent, it creates distrust in the business too.

If an item is faulty, asking for more photos should be a requirement by law.

In 50% of cases a customer complains is because they have stupidly bought the wrong item or they have incorrectly used it.

So why should a business foot the cost of this?

Of course I am all for our consumer rights and if anything is at fault, I go as far to compensate for loss of time, something most businesses wont do.

I advise anyone to take photos, when packaging goods weigh the parcel and take a photo too.

This way they cant lie about items not being returned as you will have the photos as evidence.

But being upset they asked for a photo is a bit silly
Ordered some of the surge protector extensions on Boxing Day and it arrived today great service.
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