Guild 70 Piece Titanium Drill Bit Set Half Price £8.49 @ argos
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Guild 70 Piece Titanium Drill Bit Set Half Price £8.49 @ argos

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Found 30th Mar
Argos selling this set for half price now £8.49 . i know its probably cheap for a reason but It's got good reviews so it might be handy to someone .


  • 29 drill pieces.
  • 41 screwdriver pieces.
  • Includes:

    5pcs masonry drill bits, 16pcs twist hss drill bits, 8pcs wood drill

    bits, 30pcs 25mm screwdriver bits, 8pcs 50mm screwdriver bits, 1pc

    magnetic bit holder, 1pc countersink, 1pc punch.
  • Carry case.
  • Additional features: suitable for drilling into masonry, wood, metal and plastics and multiple screwdriving applications.
  • Size H21.3, W6.8, D26.3cm.
  • Weight 1.03kg.
  • (excludes professional use).
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It is Easter after all
Great value
Page 2 of the reviews says the quality is poor and they have already ruined 3 bits
Suppose it depends what you need them for. Probably fine for home DIY.
That would be first titanium drill bit ever made, and you can get it from argos lol
For DIY purposes most of this kit is just fine.
But in my experience, the masonry bits are single use items. Twice at the most.
I don't really use masonry bits, so can't comment on how long these would last, but the HSS drills will do about 3 holes before needing to be sharpened I can tell you that for free (you guys on here love free stuff, right?). God help you drilling stainless with them.
Of course these are OK for occasional DIY use for putting up a bracket or on the car or whatever, just make sure you have a pedestal grinder to sharpen them quite often.
sheldimus6 h, 25 m ago

For DIY purposes most of this kit is just fine.But in my experience, the …For DIY purposes most of this kit is just fine.But in my experience, the masonry bits are single use items. Twice at the most.


My mate Dave said he used one 3 times.
Its under a tenner for a set. Some people have unrealistic expectations for such a cheap price. It's hardly going to match a good drill like presto, Dormer etc but those are around a tenner each! I would think this set would be fine for intended DIY use i.e. putting up a bracket or a shelf etc.

Just don't expect to be able to drill hardened steel etc. Besides most people don't know how to drill properly anyway. Always using too high speed and not enough feed pressure and just end up butchering the tip.
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