Bosch Screwdriver Bit Set [32 Pieces] £6.98 @ B&Qs
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Bosch Screwdriver Bit Set [32 Pieces] £6.98 @ B&Qs

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Found 19th Jul 2017
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This Bosch steel screwdriver bit set comes with 32 pieces. All pieces are compatible with most brands, and organised in a plastic carry case.

Comes with - 1x quick-change universal magnetic holder, Phillips: PH1, PH2, PH2, PH3, pozi: PZ1, PZ2, PZ2, PZ3, Slotted: 3, 4, 5, 6 mm, torx: T10, T15, T20, T20, T25, T27, T30, T40, tamperproof torx: T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30, T40 and hex: 3, 4, 5, 6 mm
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I got a set of these free from Bosch, the tip snapped off the flat blade turning a very soft screw. I wouldn't be happy to pay for this set as the quality is poor.
GoNz017

I got a set of these free from Bosch, the tip snapped off the flat blade … I got a set of these free from Bosch, the tip snapped off the flat blade turning a very soft screw. I wouldn't be happy to pay for this set as the quality is poor.


Maybe Bosch allow (for a fee) other companies to brand it as theirs as last year I bought a £20-ish 'Bosch' drill set from B&Q, and they were butterly useless. Later spotted the exact same set on eBay (but branded something else - can't remember what) for £8 posted.
Is B&Qs next to the Asdas and opposite the tescos?
As above, the quality these days is very poor, the posidrive and philips heads in particular.

Better off waiting till Lidl/Aldi have there own brand on sale; THEY last quite well, I usually lose them before they are worn out.
hobbes748

Maybe Bosch allow (for a fee) other companies to brand it as theirs as … Maybe Bosch allow (for a fee) other companies to brand it as theirs as last year I bought a £20-ish 'Bosch' drill set from B&Q, and they were butterly useless. Later spotted the exact same set on eBay (but branded something else - can't remember what) for £8 posted.


Everything they do now is from someone else, even my so called pro sander failed after 15 months, I had forgotten to register it so Bosch shafted me on that and wouldn't help apart from a fixed price repair. I was extremely rude on the phone as I hung up.
turned out to be the bearing in the vibrating plate that if any should be the best quality, it was some cheap ass Chinese bearing that would have cost £1 to post from China.

German quality my ass...
I bought a 10 pack of PZ2 bosch Maxgrip bits last year, been using them in an impact driver and still on my first bit
I bought these on prime day with the bosch cordless drill set, and ive since used them since to take apart a chair and back together again, i found it handle the tightened screws very well and when putting back some screws at an angle the slipping didnt strip the heads..
I bought a very very similar looking set to this from screwfix for a third of the price. Not broken any bits yet.
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I bought a 10 pack of PZ2 bosch Maxgrip bits last year, been using them in an impact driver and still on my first bit

Think that's their professional range, by contrast the equivalent set to the Ops is £32 on Amazon. Bosch green is the diy range and as others have said probably just branded tat.
hobbes748

Maybe Bosch allow (for a fee) other companies to brand it as theirs as … Maybe Bosch allow (for a fee) other companies to brand it as theirs as last year I bought a £20-ish 'Bosch' drill set from B&Q, and they were butterly useless. Later spotted the exact same set on eBay (but branded something else - can't remember what) for £8 posted.



Butterly useless, was it cos you spread butter all over them ?
Edited by: "drdquine" 21st Jul 2017
drdquine

Butterly useless, was it cos you spread butter all over them ?


No - it refers to the hardness of the steel used in their production.
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