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Ferrex 204 Piece Drill Bit Set £14.99 @ Aldi online & Instore
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Ferrex 204 Piece Drill Bit Set £14.99 @ Aldi online & Instore

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Posted 26th Jan

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Contents
38 x HSS 4241 Drill bits: titanium coated, edge ground, DIN 338, 118 degree, HRC 58-64: 1.0x4 / 1.5x4 / 2.0x4 / 2.5x4 / 3.0x3 / 3.2x4 / 3.5x2 / 4.0x3 / 4.5x2 / 4.8x2 / 5.0 / 5.5x2 / 6.0x2 / 6,5
14 x Brad point drill bits: C45, DIN 7487, HRC 40-45: 3.0x3 / 3.5 / 4.0x3 / 4.5 / 5.0 / 5.5 / 6.0 / 6.5 / 8.0 / 10.0mm
5 x Masonry drill: 4 / 5 / 6 / 8 / 10mm
3 x Flat wood bits: C45, HRC 40-45: 13 / 16 / 19mm
14 x Screwdriver bits: length 50 mm, CrV6150, HRC 52-55, Slotted 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 8 mm; Phillips #1 / #2 / #3; PZ1 / PZ2 / PZ3; Torx T10 / T15 / T20
20 x Screwdriver bits: length 25 mm, CrV6150, HRC 52-55 Slotted 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 8 x 2 mm; Phillips #0 / #1 / #2 / #3x4; Square S1 / S2 / S3; Torx T10 / T15 / T20 / T25 / T30x3
10 x Nut drivers: Cr50BV30, HRC 30-50: 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 mm
2 x Screw finders
4 x Drill stoppers: 3 / 6 / 8 / 10 mm
4 x Hole saws with arbor: HRC 30-50: 32 / 38 / 44 / 54 mm
1 x Hole saw adapter with drill: C45, HRC 30-50
1 x Counter sink: C45, HRC 30-50
1 x Magnetic bit holder: size 60 mm, C45, HRC 30-50
1 x Ratcheting screwdriver handle
1 x Allen key
84 x Wall plugs (assorted)
1 x Flexible drive: 150mm
1 x Magnetic bit holder: size 60 mm, C45, HRC 30-50
Features
Comprehensive set ideal for home and workshop use
Ideal for wood, metal or masonry work
Practical plastic storage case
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15 Comments
Great post. Heat
I see this in store yesterday, it didn’t look great so I passed.
As a back up drill set you can't beat this ,heat!
Pablo14826/01/2020 19:42

As a back up drill set you can't beat this ,heat!


As a ‘back up’ set as a trades man or a domestic monkey tho is the question??
Deffo domestic,work tool's & bits a separate thing.these in the house at this price will always come in
markgriff326/01/2020 19:47

As a ‘back up’ set as a trades man or a domestic monkey tho is the que …As a ‘back up’ set as a trades man or a domestic monkey tho is the question??


I always had expensive tools for work,never at home when I needed em.a cheap set at home for random use is cheaply replaceable
84 of the pieces are rawlplugs? Really?
Mikeonfreeserve26/01/2020 21:18

84 of the pieces are rawlplugs? Really?


...and of the other 120 pieces you'll never use 100 of 'em!
berisford26/01/2020 22:35

...and of the other 120 pieces you'll never use 100 of 'em!


And the remaining 20 will be worn out after a couple of uses lol.

I have a decent HSS kit and a small Makita drill and bit set. Since getting an impact screwdriver I now find in only use 2 bits, PZ1 and PZ2 I think, but I bought a cheap 200+ kit from Argos about a year ago. I have broken the odd drill bit and got one so hot it melted, literally it melted when drilling some 2.5mm steel but the other drills I have used have been fine and it has everything in you will probably ever need. I don't abuse my tools (apart from drilling 2.5mm steel) but it's really a handy just to pick up to do an odd job at home or at my son's house.
Never drill steel without proff bits lol,these little kits are home use simple
Nice
I’m a “domestic monkey” and regret buying Ferrex drill bits previously, only time I’ve ever had a drill bit snap off when drilling into pine (a softwood).
Just a warning. These are like toffee. If you occasionally drill a few holes every year then fine. Anything more than that and you’ll pull your hair out.
Edited by: "ollyprice87" 27th Jan
Mikeonfreeserve26/01/2020 21:18

84 of the pieces are rawlplugs? Really?


Wow, that's terrible, glad I read this, won't buy it now I know. How can they call it 204 Piece Drill bit set when 84 parts are Not Drills or bits?
Edited by: "stevec59" 27th Jan
markgriff326/01/2020 19:47

As a ‘back up’ set as a trades man or a domestic monkey tho is the que …As a ‘back up’ set as a trades man or a domestic monkey tho is the question??



Really ? What kind of tradesman would have a £15 Aldi 204 bit & drill set ? none that I know, common sense should tell you that really is not the question.
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