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DEWALT BIT SET 5x25 Pack £12.95 delivered @ FFX

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TheOak05/04/2020 23:12

Why do people need 25? Genuine question


They don't but it's on offer on HUKD, so you just have to buy it !
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I have the impact bit and tbh I'm a bit disappointed by them. And these are surely going to be worse. Still heated as it's a good price.
Don't need.
Ordered.
Thanks OP
117ffx will get you 5% off
Is this 125 ph2 bits?! Why do people need this many?
TheOak05/04/2020 22:48

Is this 125 ph2 bits?! Why do people need this many?


Maybe keep one, Resell 4 on Ebay ?
peejaylew05/04/2020 23:11

Maybe keep one, Resell 4 on Ebay ?


Why do people need 25? Genuine question
TheOak05/04/2020 23:12

Why do people need 25? Genuine question


They don't but it's on offer on HUKD, so you just have to buy it !
TheOak05/04/2020 23:12

Why do people need 25? Genuine question


They wear out.
TheOak05/04/2020 23:12

Why do people need 25? Genuine question


They tend to smooth off very easily on an impact driver.
That's aside the usual reason of "forgot where I left the last one"
10 packs are £24.95 so even cheaper
If these were PZ2 I might bite. Would take me 20 years to go through 125 PH2s.
Heated for price though.
carpediem9906/04/2020 06:13

If these were PZ2 I might bite. Would take me 20 years to go through 125 …If these were PZ2 I might bite. Would take me 20 years to go through 125 PH2s.


The PZ2 bits have the same offer
TheOak05/04/2020 23:12

Why do people need 25? Genuine question


I'm a carpenter...i need this many!
GeordieAffy201405/04/2020 22:28

I have the impact bit and tbh I'm a bit disappointed by them. And these …I have the impact bit and tbh I'm a bit disappointed by them. And these are surely going to be worse. Still heated as it's a good price.


what are you using them for an what are you using them in? Impact bits and non-impact bits have different use-cases, and aren't interchangeable (at least if you expect performance to be good!)

Non-impact bits are harder, and will last a long time used by hand or in a powered screwdriver (or drill/driver / combi - ie anything non-impact). However the high peak impact loads will cause them to fail early as they shatter.

Impact bits are softer, to absorb some of the peak torque from the impact driver WITHOUT shattering either the bit or the screw head. Really they should be used in an impact-rated holder which also has some torsion-control mechanism (usually a thinner section of the shaft) which is again designed to deform and reduce the peak load imparted on the bit & screw head.

Having said all this, I don't like DeWalt bits for either. I prefer Wera non-impact bits (they're expensive but last really well, even in trade use). For my impact driver I use Erbauer impact bits with a Makita impact bit holder as I've found that's the best combination for low cost and long bit life. I was lucky that I managed to snag a good few packs of 10 bits when Screwfix changed their impact bit range a couple of years ago now but their current bit packs are still decent value too.
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TheOak05/04/2020 23:12

Why do people need 25? Genuine question


Because they made from cheese.
trex06/04/2020 20:55

Because they made from cheese.


I knew that, but what sort?
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