Makita 100 Piece Power Drill Bit Set Screwdriver Set - Holesaw Masonry HSS PZ2 + £18.99 @ terriertools via ebay
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Makita 100 Piece Power Drill Bit Set Screwdriver Set - Holesaw Masonry HSS PZ2 + £18.99 @ terriertools via ebay

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Posted 22nd May
The Makita B-53811 100PC Drill and Screwdriver Bit Accessory set designed for use with drill drivers, combi drills and impact drivers. Includes a wide variety of the most commonly used power tool accessories within the building industry, this includes a tic tac container which can be removed form the case and carried in a pocket for added convenience. Recommended for DIY and light trade use especially when a nice compact case is ideal.

Features
Useful kit for most drilling applications
Use with power drill for drilling wood, steel and masonry
Also includes wood cutting holesaws
Comes With
1 x Makita B-53811 100 Piece Drill & Screwdriver Bit Accessory Set
Includes
Magnetic bit holder
2 x holesaws (32 and 38mm)
Holesaw arbor
Countersink
3 x wrench bits (6, 8 and 10mm)
2 x flat wood bits (12 and 16mm)
6 x HSS drill bits (2, 2 x 3, 4, 5 and 6mm)
7 x 3-point wood drill bits (2 x 3, 4, 2 x 5, 6 and 8mm)
4 x masonry drill bits (2 x 6, 7 and 8mm)
12 x 50mm screwdriver bits (5 x Philips (PH1, 3 x PH2 and PH3)
5 x Pozi (PZ1, 3 x PZ2 and PZ3) and 2 x Torx (T20 and T30))
tic-tac tub containing 25 x 25mm PZ2 bits and 36 x 25mm screwdriver bits (6 x Torx (T10, T15, T20, T25, T30 and T40)
7 x Philips (2 x PH1, 3 x PH2 and 2 x PH3)
4 x slotted (4, 4.5, 5 and 7mm)
4 x Hex (4, 5, 6 and 7mm) and 15 x Pozi (2 x PZ1, 11 x PZ2 and 2 x PZ3))
Product Specification
Barcode: 0088381476584
Part No: B-53811
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34 Comments
From my experience these bit sets are terrible. They're only for the DIY brigade.
wilt22/05/2020 15:11

From my experience these bit sets are terrible. They're only for the DIY …From my experience these bit sets are terrible. They're only for the DIY brigade.


Well I very much doubt these are aimed at tradesmen
PAULTRD22/05/2020 15:14

Well I very much doubt these are aimed at tradesmen


Description states light trade, they're not even up to that.
wilt22/05/2020 15:16

Description states light trade, they're not even up to that.


Make your mind up, are you a tradesman or a light tradesman?
wilt22/05/2020 15:11

From my experience these bit sets are terrible. They're only for the DIY …From my experience these bit sets are terrible. They're only for the DIY brigade.



What's wrong with that? Most of the population falls under DIY brigade, so a big market.
PAULTRD22/05/2020 15:20

Make your mind up, are you a tradesman or a light tradesman?


You said there not aimed at tradesmen, I was stating the description.
Surprised people not recommending this...thought Makita was a good brand.

Can anyone recommend a bit set with this amount of pieces for around the £20 mark?
randomandy22/05/2020 15:23

Surprised people not recommending this...thought Makita was a good …Surprised people not recommending this...thought Makita was a good brand.Can anyone recommend a bit set with this amount of pieces for around the £20 mark?


@wilt is a bit of an expert
wilt22/05/2020 15:16

Description states light trade, they're not even up to that.


Maybe for a trade that doesn't use them that much, and maybe needs them for occasional work.

No idea what trade that is though
david_robinson9422/05/2020 15:22

What's wrong with that? Most of the population falls under DIY brigade, so …What's wrong with that? Most of the population falls under DIY brigade, so a big market.


Just don't expect them to last more than one job, just because they have makita written on them.
randomandy22/05/2020 15:23

Surprised people not recommending this...thought Makita was a good …Surprised people not recommending this...thought Makita was a good brand.Can anyone recommend a bit set with this amount of pieces for around the £20 mark?


It is actually a very good set for the price.
PAULTRD22/05/2020 15:24

@wilt is a bit of an expert


I am actually. Been using makita gear for my job for 30 years now.
wilt22/05/2020 15:11

From my experience these bit sets are terrible. They're only for the DIY …From my experience these bit sets are terrible. They're only for the DIY brigade.


Not even that i have tried them and they are very low quality bits especially drill bits they look and perform like cheapest chinese garbage.
wilt22/05/2020 15:27

I am actually. Been using makita gear for my job for 30 years now.


This is not your typical Makita they produce good drills and impacts but not this stuff
Halfaudio22/05/2020 15:30

This is not your typical Makita they produce good drills and impacts but …This is not your typical Makita they produce good drills and impacts but not this stuff


True, this is generic Chinese crap with a makita label.
Halfaudio22/05/2020 15:30

This is not your typical Makita they produce good drills and impacts but …This is not your typical Makita they produce good drills and impacts but not this stuff


Dont get yourself all in a fluster... A. This a DIY kit for light use. B. Its 19p per bit. What are you expecting
Avoid even for DIY. You will get the same quality down the pound shop.
wilt22/05/2020 15:25

Just don't expect them to last more than one job, just because they have …Just don't expect them to last more than one job, just because they have makita written on them.


There is a similar thread and comments about a set from Bosch. I perhaps use the bits from that set 2-3 times a year and it's been fine for me.

DIY, at least for most people, is putting up a security light outside or perhaps screwing together a table or hanging some new pictures on a wall.

I can't comment on this particular set, but for most people's light weight DIY use it should be fine I'd have thought.
100 bits sounds great, until you see there is only 22 drill bits. The rest being screwdriver bits that we probably all have multiples of, by now.
Disagree with the negative comments in here - this is more than fine for your average home DIYer.

Drill bits only got up to 8mm though, maybe even just 7mm, which caught me out as I expected then to go up to 10mm.

Only issue I have had was the magnet fell apart in the bit holder but easy to get another.

Probs drilled over 1000 pilot holes with the 3mm wood bit so definitely not single use.
randomandy22/05/2020 15:23

Surprised people not recommending this...thought Makita was a good …Surprised people not recommending this...thought Makita was a good brand.Can anyone recommend a bit set with this amount of pieces for around the £20 mark?


No, they’re all rubbish. This is the problem. You’re far better buying a smaller set of high quality bits, as you’ll only use 10% of the bits in this kit, and that 10% will break within months.
rubberyduck22/05/2020 19:07

No, they’re all rubbish. This is the problem. You’re far better buying a sm …No, they’re all rubbish. This is the problem. You’re far better buying a smaller set of high quality bits, as you’ll only use 10% of the bits in this kit, and that 10% will break within months.


Gas bag.. I will use most of this set. Troll somewhere else
PAULTRD22/05/2020 19:47

Gas bag.. I will use most of this set. Troll somewhere else


I’m simply sharing my experience, having started out with a set just like this, from Makita. These bits are mass produced tat and appear across a vast array of manufacturers labelled “kits”. They don’t hold a candle to Makita’s, Milwaukee’s, Bosch’s or any other reputable manufacturers dedicated high quality bit sets.

Take my advice or leave it, but keep your keyboard warrior nonsense to yourself.
rubberyduck22/05/2020 20:03

I’m simply sharing my experience, having started out with a set just like t …I’m simply sharing my experience, having started out with a set just like this, from Makita. These bits are mass produced tat and appear across a vast array of manufacturers labelled “kits”. They don’t hold a candle to Makita’s, Milwaukee’s, Bosch’s or any other reputable manufacturers dedicated high quality bit sets. Take my advice or leave it, but keep your keyboard warrior nonsense to yourself.


Ffs.. gas bag. This is a DIY kit, probably best you comment on your area of experience.. what was that again?
Edited by: "PAULTRD" 23rd May
PAULTRD22/05/2020 21:28

Ffs.. gas bag. This is a DIY kit probably best you comment on your area …Ffs.. gas bag. This is a DIY kit probably best you comment on your area off experience.. what was that again?


Well, after I mastered basic spelling and grammar around age 8, I branched off into a number of areas.

I don’t know why you’ve taken my comment on your deal so personally, but you aren’t going to change my mind by calling me a “gas bag”. By all means keep trying, but you just look a bit silly...
PAULTRD22/05/2020 15:31

Dont get yourself all in a fluster... A. This a DIY kit for light use. B. …Dont get yourself all in a fluster... A. This a DIY kit for light use. B. Its 19p per bit. What are you expecting


That's exactly what my point was if it didn't reach you the right way its only you my friend.
Pure dirt
rubberyduck22/05/2020 22:22

Well, after I mastered basic spelling and grammar around age 8, I branched …Well, after I mastered basic spelling and grammar around age 8, I branched off into a number of areas.I don’t know why you’ve taken my comment on your deal so personally, but you aren’t going to change my mind by calling me a “gas bag”. By all means keep trying, but you just look a bit silly...


I apologise for the spelling mistake. It just annoys me when people are part of a community group but have shared 2 deals in 11 years and just come on to slate others. Since you mastered basic grammar at the age of 8, you would know that you should not be putting a comma before the word "but"... makes you look a bit silly
Edited by: "PAULTRD" 23rd May
rubberyduck22/05/2020 20:03

I’m simply sharing my experience, having started out with a set just like t …I’m simply sharing my experience, having started out with a set just like this, from Makita. These bits are mass produced tat and appear across a vast array of manufacturers labelled “kits”. They don’t hold a candle to Makita’s, Milwaukee’s, Bosch’s or any other reputable manufacturers dedicated high quality bit sets. Take my advice or leave it, but keep your keyboard warrior nonsense to yourself.


Hey,

I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to recommend some please, would be of great help
dh12g0923/05/2020 08:48

Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to …Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to recommend some please, would be of great help


I've had good experiences with bits from UK drills. Not the cheapest per bit, but great variety of bits/sizes/materials, and you can get a few of each size you actually use rather than having lots of sizes you never use. Got a few tungsten carbide and cobalt bits to still out a snapped bolt extractor. Snapped a few due to incompetence and needing to be drilling above my head, but they got there.

Otherwise if you want a decent ranged set I've got no complaints about this - screwfix.com/p/e…26v - even holds the bits in the box properly!
Edited by: "thel33ter" 23rd May
dh12g0923/05/2020 08:48

Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to …Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to recommend some please, would be of great help




dh12g0923/05/2020 08:48

Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to …Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to recommend some please, would be of great help



Absolutely, what kind of bits are you after? This is the set I’m currently using for my screwdriving needs: Milwaukee MW4932430907 Bit Set, Red amazon.co.uk/dp/…214

You can also get the individual bits in little pots of 10, though in a year or so I’ve only gone through one replacement PZ2
PAULTRD23/05/2020 03:16

I apologise for the spelling mistake. It just annoys me when people are …I apologise for the spelling mistake. It just annoys me when people are part of a community group but have shared 2 deals in 11 years and just come on to slate others. Since you mastered basic grammar at the age of 8, you would know that you should not be putting a comma before the word "but"... makes you look a bit silly


Ugh. You use a comma before “but” where you are using two independent clauses. My grammar was correct.

Sharing my experience is, by any definition, contribution to the community. I wasn’t slating you, I was suggesting that the product isn’t necessarily the best way to spend your money. You were irrationally defensive and aggressive. Anyway, time to let it go. I take it is a personal failure that I let you drag me into a pointless debate.
Edited by: "rubberyduck" 23rd May
dh12g0923/05/2020 08:48

Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to …Hey,I am actually in the market for some new bits. Are you able to recommend some please, would be of great help



These masonry bits are tough as nails, and chew through anything: Sealey AK5708 Tungsten Carbide Tipped Masonry Drill Bit Set 8pc amazon.co.uk/dp/…XXT

For standard drill bits, I have these and they’re amazing, despite being a bit expensive: axminstertools.com/25-…286

I’ve had success with these in the past if you’re looking to spend less: Makita D-47173 18Pc Mixed Drill Set Metal Box, Blue/Black/Silver amazon.co.uk/dp/…RJ9
rubberyduck23/05/2020 10:38

These masonry bits are tough as nails, and chew through anything: Sealey …These masonry bits are tough as nails, and chew through anything: Sealey AK5708 Tungsten Carbide Tipped Masonry Drill Bit Set 8pc amazon.co.uk/dp/B001SFZWD6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_H4oYEb2BW0XXTFor standard drill bits, I have these and they’re amazing, despite being a bit expensive: axminstertools.com/25-piece-high-speed-steel-ground-drill-bit-set-200286I’ve had success with these in the past if you’re looking to spend less: Makita D-47173 18Pc Mixed Drill Set Metal Box, Blue/Black/Silver amazon.co.uk/dp/B00YRDAAHE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_p7oYEbZWNDRJ9


Thank you! I'll be ordering some of these
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