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Dewalt Magnetic Bit Holder and 32 screwdriver bits - £9.98 + Free Click & Collect @ Toolstation
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Dewalt Magnetic Bit Holder and 32 screwdriver bits - £9.98 + Free Click & Collect @ Toolstation

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Set contains: 1 x Magnetic Bit Holder, and 32 x 25mm screwdriver bits.
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I have this and it’s brilliant
I'm not a heavy user, but these are still going strong! Great buy!
Ordered and heat added!
I had this set and went through it rather quickly. The flat heads snapped after a few uses and the phillip heads rounded off a bit too easily for the price point.
Saying that, many others (above) state that they are pretty good.
I think is hard to get decent bits. I bought the Hitachi version, from Toolstation and I too find the Philips heads round off rather easily. Probably all out of the same Chinese factory.
Great find
Bogart13/01/2020 09:18

I think is hard to get decent bits. I bought the Hitachi version, from …I think is hard to get decent bits. I bought the Hitachi version, from Toolstation and I too find the Philips heads round off rather easily. Probably all out of the same Chinese factory.


What are you using them on, an impact driver?
These are the same re-badged boxes of bits about 30 companies use just look at the box design the only thing they might do is print a name on the bit holder or the odd layout change of the bits... they are not "True" Dewalt bits. you'd be better buying the Lidl versions as they are only around £7-8 . they are just OK bits and would fine for the occasional use..
Anyone have any idea what is a good brand for bits?
kibrisli713/01/2020 10:13

Anyone have any idea what is a good brand for bits?



Wera are very good, I've seriously abused some PZ2 bits and they are still in excellent condition.
BIG.BAD.BILL13/01/2020 09:57

These are the same re-badged boxes of bits about 30 companies use just …These are the same re-badged boxes of bits about 30 companies use just look at the box design the only thing they might do is print a name on the bit holder or the odd layout change of the bits... they are not "True" Dewalt bits. you'd be better buying the Lidl versions as they are only around £7-8 . they are just OK bits and would fine for the occasional use..


When do they normally come into stock at lidl?
antsgame13/01/2020 13:08

When do they normally come into stock at lidl?


just look at lidl website i'd say about every 6 weeks.. but they usually sit about for a few weeks so poping into a nearby one may pay dividends.
also THIS is the same sort of bits before they changed the box design.. they just revamp them every year or two and maybe chance a couple of bits
BIG.BAD.BILL13/01/2020 15:42

just look at lidl website i'd say about every 6 weeks.. but they usually …just look at lidl website i'd say about every 6 weeks.. but they usually sit about for a few weeks so poping into a nearby one may pay dividends.


Cheers mate
Actually, Lidl are selling different selections of bits from Thursday this week for £6.99... If you want them for an impact driver, the 50mm bits are better... I can't attach the link for some reason...

lidl.co.uk/p/p…fb6
This is a nice looking comprehensive set. Perfect for diy.

I'm finding the bits are wearing and getting a little bit stick in the holder, when using an impact driver, but that's to be expected.
Gareth7913/01/2020 10:41

Wera are very good, I've seriously abused some PZ2 bits and they are still …Wera are very good, I've seriously abused some PZ2 bits and they are still in excellent condition.



Would 100% agree, expensive but not in the long run.
edanfalls13/01/2020 09:47

What are you using them on, an impact driver?


Yes but hardly pushing them hard, but obviously too hard.
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