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Makita P-51889 Masonry TCT, Blue, Small £7.45 (Prime) £11.94 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Makita P-51889 Masonry TCT, Blue, Small £7.45 (Prime) £11.94 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 31st Dec 2019

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Makita is the leading manufacturer of professional power tools on the market. The p-51889 13 piece performance masonry TCT set with straight shank is a high quality drill bit Set, with good cutting speed and durability, for use with percussion drills on brick, block, stone or light concrete. The tungsten carbide tip is manufactured to DIN8039 standard.

Features

- For use with percussion drills
- Tungsten carbide tip
- Suitable for brick, block, stone or light concrete
- Manufactured to DIN8039 standard
- 1 x 4mm, 1 x 5mm
- 3 x 5.5mm
- 2 x 6mm
- 2 x 6.5mm
- 2 x 7mm
- 2 x 8mm

Box Contains

1 x 4.0mm
1 x 5.0mm
3 x 5.5mm
2 x 6.0mm
2 x 6.5mm;2 x 7.0mm;2 x 8.0mm
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This gets a lot of 1 star reviews (with pictures) stating that the quality & longevity are poor. Cheap drill bits seem like a bit of a false economy tbh
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Ordered. Cheers op!
Thanks, ordered! A reputable brand of usable sized drill bits without having to pay extra for screwdriver bits as well. Cheers

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This gets a lot of 1 star reviews (with pictures) stating that the quality & longevity are poor. Cheap drill bits seem like a bit of a false economy tbh
I use Dewalt Exteme/2 drill bits. Much better and good life. Can cost more but will work out cheaper in long run. They tend to pop up on offer on Amazon.
khamito31/12/2019 18:03

This gets a lot of 1 star reviews (with pictures) stating that the quality …This gets a lot of 1 star reviews (with pictures) stating that the quality & longevity are poor. Cheap drill bits seem like a bit of a false economy tbh



Totally agree. Cheap bits don't get you through halfway before you go blunt and then you're just wasting time.

I also think it's better buying the sizes you use the most individually rather than in multi size packs.
I tend to go through 5.5mm/6mm more than any other size.

Not voted either way.
acc31/12/2019 20:41

I use Dewalt Exteme/2 drill bits. Much better and good life. Can cost more …I use Dewalt Exteme/2 drill bits. Much better and good life. Can cost more but will work out cheaper in long run. They tend to pop up on offer on Amazon.Totally agree. Cheap bits don't get you through halfway before you go blunt and then you're just wasting time. I also think it's better buying the sizes you use the most individually rather than in multi size packs. I tend to go through 5.5mm/6mm more than any other size. Not voted either way.


Often screwfix do trade packs where you get 5 bits in one size, get the 5.5 for red and 7 for brown and jobs a good'n
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