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DeWalt Combination Drill Bit Set £9.98 (Delivery £5 - Or Free on Orders Over £10) @ Toolstation (free delivery over £10)
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DeWalt Combination Drill Bit Set £9.98 (Delivery £5 - Or Free on Orders Over £10) @ Toolstation (free delivery over £10)

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Posted 18th Apr

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A great price for this set, Normally £16.

For masonry, wood, metal and plastics.
Set contains: 5 x masonry drill bits (4, 5, 6, 8 and 10mm),
5 x brad point wood drill bits (4, 5, 6, 8 and 10mm) and
13 x metal black oxide drill bits (1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.2, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 4.8, 5, 5.5, 6 and 6.5mm).

(spend 2pence more for free delivery or free click and collect)
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magicmagicj18/04/2020 18:01

They have not been this cheap for an incredibly long time. This was 3 …They have not been this cheap for an incredibly long time. This was 3 years ago. You may chose to wait a year or two for them to drop to a fiver again if you fancy it. 🏻


What am saying is i have experience using 3 packs of these .
The HSS bits go blunt is drill any steel over 3mm thick .
The masonry bits are useless in hard brick and glow red and get a flat top .
The wood bits are OK.
So in my experience for £10 they are over priced .
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Got these at £5 when they where on offer maybe 18 months ago from screwfix , got 3 packs .
They are very basic bits , not worth £10 in my opinion. Worth the £5 I paid but no more .
Title is incorrect. Item is not £9.98 delivered. Free delivery is only for spends of £10 or more. Please amend.
40456355-4Uf4u.jpgThis was the deal and as I said with experience of using them the past 2 years as I bought 3 sets , they didn't last very long .
And at £10 they certainly are not hot .
People must just click hot and not no the product .
taff_518/04/2020 17:48

Title is incorrect. Item is not £9.98 delivered. Free delivery is only for …Title is incorrect. Item is not £9.98 delivered. Free delivery is only for spends of £10 or more. Please amend.


Strange - I didn't put that in the title, a moderator must have done that. I put in the description to spend 2pence for free del

Updated now! Thanks for noticing.
Edited by: "magicmagicj" 18th Apr
yozzman123418/04/2020 17:28

Got these at £5 when they where on offer maybe 18 months ago from screwfix …Got these at £5 when they where on offer maybe 18 months ago from screwfix , got 3 packs .They are very basic bits , not worth £10 in my opinion. Worth the £5 I paid but no more .


For odd DIY jobs around the home these are excellent value for money
yozzman123418/04/2020 17:56

[Image] This was the deal and as I said with experience of using them the …[Image] This was the deal and as I said with experience of using them the past 2 years as I bought 3 sets , they didn't last very long .And at £10 they certainly are not hot . People must just click hot and not no the product .


They have not been this cheap for an incredibly long time. This was 3 years ago. You may chose to wait a year or two for them to drop to a fiver again if you fancy it. 🏻

Please can you link me a better set for £10 containing the same selection of bits? I'm ready to buy
Edited by: "magicmagicj" 18th Apr
magicmagicj18/04/2020 18:01

They have not been this cheap for an incredibly long time. This was 3 …They have not been this cheap for an incredibly long time. This was 3 years ago. You may chose to wait a year or two for them to drop to a fiver again if you fancy it. 🏻


What am saying is i have experience using 3 packs of these .
The HSS bits go blunt is drill any steel over 3mm thick .
The masonry bits are useless in hard brick and glow red and get a flat top .
The wood bits are OK.
So in my experience for £10 they are over priced .
yozzman123418/04/2020 18:04

What am saying is i have experience using 3 packs of these .The HSS bits …What am saying is i have experience using 3 packs of these .The HSS bits go blunt is drill any steel over 3mm thick .The masonry bits are useless in hard brick and glow red and get a flat top .The wood bits are OK.So in my experience for £10 they are over priced .


Fair. If they go blunt or break instantly then Toolstation have good returns.
Edited by: "magicmagicj" 18th Apr
Thanks for posting this is great and just what I need tidying out the shed and putting up boards so I can hang everything up and see it because I had a Stroke and can’t remember buying things never mind where I put it so these will hang nicely and it will just be for odd jobs around the house heat from me thanks for taking the time to post just ordered one
magicmagicj18/04/2020 18:06

Fair. If they go blunt or break instantly then Toolstation have good …Fair. If they go blunt or break instantly then Toolstation have good returns.


Agreed , I paid a fiver they where just throw aways , at a tenner I would be returning them .
Dragonflymum18/04/2020 18:12

Thanks for posting this is great and just what I need tidying out the shed …Thanks for posting this is great and just what I need tidying out the shed and putting up boards so I can hang everything up and see it because I had a Stroke and can’t remember buying things never mind where I put it so these will hang nicely and it will just be for odd jobs around the house heat from me thanks for taking the time to post just ordered one


No problem! Perhaps once you've tidied your shed you can come and do mine too

Sorry to hear about your stroke.
I've had these for a couple of years DIY use and they have been very good, I would recommend
I got this exact set bundled with a 18v drill, I use them pretty much on every DIY job I do, I was using the masonry drill bits today, drilling into bricks to put up some outside LED lights (from an Amazon offer on here ) I have had them just over a year and maybe used them 20 - 30 times, and they are still going strong, probably not up to everyday tradesman use, but good enough for semi regular DIY jobs IMO. Probably okay for a tenner.
tubster18/04/2020 18:48

I've had these for a couple of years DIY use and they have been very good, …I've had these for a couple of years DIY use and they have been very good, I would recommend


Same here, still complete to my surprise.
Just had these delivered too, great quality. Heat added
Hit and miss then. Mine were a miss.
I paid about £8 for the masonry bits alone but the 5mm one broke in Accrington brick
Wood bits are ok. Concrete are poor. Steel are diabolical.
martynhardacre19/04/2020 08:22

I paid about £8 for the masonry bits alone but the 5mm one broke in …I paid about £8 for the masonry bits alone but the 5mm one broke in Accrington brick


Bloody Accrington 😔
yozzman123418/04/2020 18:04

What am saying is i have experience using 3 packs of these .The HSS bits …What am saying is i have experience using 3 packs of these .The HSS bits go blunt is drill any steel over 3mm thick .The masonry bits are useless in hard brick and glow red and get a flat top .The wood bits are OK.So in my experience for £10 they are over priced .


Experienced the same!!
magicmagicj18/04/2020 18:00

For odd DIY jobs around the home these are excellent value for money



My wife got me one of the Makita kits a few years back. I agree for odd DIY jobs its handy having a wide selection of bits that cover everything. Gets pretty expensive buying decent bits in every size when you might only use them a handful of times.

However, you waste a lot of time and ruin lots of bits when trying to drill something hard. And you have a higher chance of messing the surface up. For example I hit a solid brick putting a mirror up, which caused my hole to shift and make a bit of a mess of the wall. Ended up having to use different size screws to get the mirror to sit straight.

I just bought these to supplement my cheap bits:

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2

Or if you just need the drill bits:

amazon.co.uk/Bos…8-2

I've found if I use a decent bit to drill the hole, the cheaper bits are fine to widen it to the right diameter. So the Bosch kit should cover most drilling, but anything outside that I'll use a smaller Bosch bit then widen with my cheap Makita bit of the right size.
allesclar19/04/2020 10:59

Experienced the same!!


Thirded. I have snapped 2 of the middle sized has bits from drill some think metal brackets, even the also one I have held up far better.
If you're serious about drilling and you have a regular drill (non SDS) then I thoroughly recommend Dewalt's 'extreme' drill bits. yes they're double / triple the price of their cheapest but they're some of the best performing drill bits. Once you've used them (properly I hasten to add) then you'll never waste money on the cheaper bits again.

I've used both types and the difference is huge, the cheap sets work but if you have tough masonry they just can't cut it.

Kits and individual bits are easily purchased.
masonry kit
HSS kit
Edited by: "spannerzone" 19th Apr
Its £10 now. Bought it and it's good quality.
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