DEWALT DWMTC15 15-Piece Magnetic ToughCase at Amazon US for £12.86
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DEWALT DWMTC15 15-Piece Magnetic ToughCase at Amazon US for £12.86

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Found 25th Mar
Dewalt Bit set, with a magnetic storage case.
£12.86 including postage.
Handy for Service Engineers.
Lowest price ever according to CamelCamelCamel.
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not really a great deal is it ?? , if it was £5 delivered then yeah,,,,,great deal
Edited by: "paulkerr" 25th Mar
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Check the bit sizes. All the nut drivers are US sizes, so pretty useless here. Square driver bits, but no PZ, etc. This is pretty useless in the UK, apart from the magnetic case gimmick.
You're paying for the case here, so if that's what you're after then it's a fair deal. But for the actual bits (which look to be Dewalt's basic cheapo ones) it's way over priced. And really you could take any case and epoxy a couple of magnets to it, so it seems to be a bit of a gimmick.
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 25th Mar
Has any one ever though to themselves, 'i wish I could attach my bit set to something made of steel'?
Edited by: "craigstephens" 25th Mar
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craigstephens1 h, 5 m ago

Has any one ever though to themselves, 'i wish I could attach my bit set …Has any one ever though to themselves, 'i wish I could attach my bit set to something made of steel'?


I'm a service engineer, and often find myself swapping from PH2/PZ2 to 8mm/10mm to T25/27 taking panels off. I also need somewhere to store the screws removed. I've tried magnetic trays, and still use them daily at work. When I have removed 20 or 30 6mm screws though, the trays get full, and the vertical hold is weak.
I also tend to leave trays behind - yes, even the bright red 4 inch one from amazon is behind a panel somewhere. I'll get it the next time I'm maintaining that piece of kit. Hopefully a bright yellow box that has several bits in it, will ensure I don't lose it... hopefully...
bangytupper3 h, 28 m ago

Ask to change the site name to "only deals that paulkerr considers to be …Ask to change the site name to "only deals that paulkerr considers to be good"


sounds good to me
bangytupper2 h, 3 m ago

I'm a service engineer, and often find myself swapping from PH2/PZ2 to …I'm a service engineer, and often find myself swapping from PH2/PZ2 to 8mm/10mm to T25/27 taking panels off. I also need somewhere to store the screws removed. I've tried magnetic trays, and still use them daily at work. When I have removed 20 or 30 6mm screws though, the trays get full, and the vertical hold is weak.I also tend to leave trays behind - yes, even the bright red 4 inch one from amazon is behind a panel somewhere. I'll get it the next time I'm maintaining that piece of kit. Hopefully a bright yellow box that has several bits in it, will ensure I don't lose it... hopefully...


Good answer. Can't you get the tray for less than 12 quid, though?
paulkerr1 h, 50 m ago

sounds good to me


I’m just wondering what a Vale legend is up to, looking for magnetically cased bits?!
ThanksForThat5 h, 9 m ago

You're paying for the case here, so if that's what you're after then it's …You're paying for the case here, so if that's what you're after then it's a fair deal. But for the actual bits (which look to be Dewalt's basic cheapo ones) it's way over priced. And really you could take any case and epoxy a couple of magnets to it, so it seems to be a bit of a gimmick.


I'm doing that
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