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Milwaukee 33 Piece Shockwave Impact Duty Bits and Nut Drivers Set in a Plastic Storage Case £14 @ FFX
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Milwaukee 33 Piece Shockwave Impact Duty Bits and Nut Drivers Set in a Plastic Storage Case £14 @ FFX

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Posted 5th Jul

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The Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Bits and Nut Drivers Set is designed for use with Impact Drivers the Shockwave Impact Duty™ accessory line is not only ideal for heavy duty impact applications, but also delivers a full system solution for all the user's drilling and fastening needs. Featuring a shock zone to reduce stress at the tip resulting in less tip breakages. The combination of the Shock Zone design and special heat treatment absorbs impacts and allows the bit to flex with spring like action.

Features and Benefits:
Shock Zone Geometry - Designed to Flex.
Custom engineered steel - Milwaukee® custom metal formula makes the Shockwave bits more resistant to shock from impacting.
Compression forged tip provides the best fit with screw head, reducing cam out and stripping, resulting in outstanding lifetime.

Technical Specification:
Shockwave Impact Duty™ screwdriving bits:
25 mm Length Phillips Bits - 1 x PH1 / 2 x PH2 / 1 x PH3
25 mm Length Pozi Bits - 2 x PZ1 / 3 x PZ2 / 2 x PZ3
25 mm Length Torx Bits - 2 x TX10 / 2 x TX15 / 3 x TX20 / 2 x TX25 / 2 x TX30 / 1 x TX40 / 1 x TX50
50 mm Length Phillips Bits - 1 x PH2
50 mm Length Pozi Bits - 1 x PZ2
50 mm Length Torx Bits - 1 x TX15 / 1 x TX20 / 1 x TX25
48 mm Length Shockwave Impact Duty™ Magnetic Nut Drivers - 1 x Hex 7 mm / 1 x Hex 8 mm / 1 x Hex 10 mm
60 mm Length Magnetic Bit Holder
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good quality compared to the usual junk sets you see come up... it's a really good deal
What's going on with Milwaukee, and deals today, this is the 3rd I seen on here..
AND if you look at the video excellent HUKDer "wayners" added to the Screwfix deals earlier today AND the comments..sadly Milwaukee are the lesser quality of the top brands..
(someone has said these made in China..! not where you would hope from the brand)
Edited by: "renoman" 6th Jul
I’ve got a much smaller Milwaukee bit set but this looks like the same design. They were pretty well made and haven’t shown any burring yet.
Better than the Makita / DeWalt versions I think
Edited by: "horsey" 5th Jul
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renoman05/07/2019 09:21

What's going on with Milwaukee, and deals today, this is the 3rd I seen on …What's going on with Milwaukee, and deals today, this is the 3rd I seen on here..AND if you look at the excellent video "wayners" added to the Screwfix deals earlier today AND the comments..sadly Milwaukee are the lesser quality of the top brands..(someone has said these made in China..! not where you would hope from the brand)


lol you're thinking this is makita = lesser quality
renoman05/07/2019 09:21

What's going on with Milwaukee, and deals today, this is the 3rd I seen on …What's going on with Milwaukee, and deals today, this is the 3rd I seen on here..AND if you look at the excellent video "wayners" added to the Screwfix deals earlier today AND the comments..sadly Milwaukee are the lesser quality of the top brands..(someone has said these made in China..! not where you would hope from the brand)


i watched that video and to me it was far from excellent... did you notice the flex in the board because he was so far away from the clamping point with the Milwaukee plus he looked to be all over the place with impact driver... a combination that will make most bits cam out. and it was at the end of the test where i'm sure he wasn't trying as hard... also how can you take a review serious from a guy that has a face mask, a pair of gloves that has never seen a days hard work and a set of ear defenders mickey mouse would be proud of😁

I've had more than a few Milwaukee shear while impact driving ( but i still like and use them) but never had one ever fail like the one in the video..I bought 4 makita gold 50mm long bits PZ2 and they all sheared their heads with little use.. great fit but brittle.. dewalt if you get their " real" impact bits are quite good too.. i found the rawlpug 50mm bits also quite good too.. again a nice fit. I like the 50mm long bits because you don't have to use a magnetic bit holder and find the bit left behind in the screw.38002961-xO2Pq.jpg
if you do want a bit holder go for the Wiha CentroFix.. not cheap but very good and slim... if money wasn't an issue i'd buy wiha but you need a deep wallet... it's like buying snap-on

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BIG.BAD.BILL05/07/2019 23:24

i watched that video and to me it was far from excellent... did you notice …i watched that video and to me it was far from excellent... did you notice the flex in the board because he was so far away from the clamping point with the Milwaukee plus he looked to be all over the place with impact driver... a combination that will make most bits cam out. and it was at the end of the test where i'm sure he wasn't trying as hard... also how can you take a review serious from a guy that has a face mask, a pair of gloves that has never seen a days hard work and a set of ear defenders mickey mouse would be proud of😁


Oh gawd, that was what I imagine millennials must look like trying to put up a shelf

Hard to tell the result from that angle but a 60Kg kid limply holding an impact one handed isn't going to help much, but yeh I agree, that was mostly down to board flex and half-assed focus.
I've had Chinese discount cheapo bits put in way more screws than that without fail, this is a non test.

FFIW, Screwfix's old diamond PZ2 bits were fine too, but they don't seem to stock them any more

The Milwaukee bit holder is actually quite nice on these sets, I just tend not to use it
Agree about Wiha bit holders and also Wera Rapidapter
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 6th Jul
well that sucks, just about to buy this, spent 30 seconds looking at something else.
now back to £28.97

FML
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