Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Screwdriver Bits !25 PACK! PZ2 x 25mm £3.25 @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Screwdriver Bits !25 PACK! PZ2 x 25mm £3.25 @ Toolstation

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Found 16th Jun 2016
Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Screwdriver Bits !25 PACK! PZ2 x 25mm
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PH2 x 25mm for £3.49 - toolstation.com/sho…300
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These are extremely hard wearing and wont have blunted tips after a few uses as you tend to find even with Stanley, DeWalt Bosch etc despite their reputations. These are definately the best quality bits ive used. Wonder how others have found them.
johnnyd57uk

These are extremely hard wearing and wont have blunted tips after a few … These are extremely hard wearing and wont have blunted tips after a few uses as you tend to find even with Stanley, DeWalt Bosch etc despite their reputations. These are definately the best quality bits ive used. Wonder how others have found them.



​Milwaukee bits are the best I've ever used, shame I can't justify buying a drill.
Made by TTI as Ryobi, Vax, Hoover, AEG and several other brands
Out of interest, why would you want 25 of the same type bit if they don't wear out? Unless it's for a business etc with many drills maybe I only ever need 1 of a certain size
I thought the idea of these packs were for hardware shops to have on their counter and sell the bits individually? Or building site where several people need them. The puck with multiple sizes is surely better for your standard user.
johnnyd57uk

These are extremely hard wearing and wont have blunted tips after a few … These are extremely hard wearing and wont have blunted tips after a few uses as you tend to find even with Stanley, DeWalt Bosch etc despite their reputations. These are definately the best quality bits ive used. Wonder how others have found them.


I've found these to be exactly the opposite. I'm using them in an impact driver and they're rounding off or snapping a lot quicker than the de-Walt impact bits do. I wouldn't buy them again, not even at this cheap price
Love these things. They last for absolutely ages.
I'm finding that they aren't lasting long at all, rounding off and shattering in my impact driver, the dewalt ones seem to last considerably longer
mikeandclare

Out of interest, why would you want 25 of the same type bit if they don't … Out of interest, why would you want 25 of the same type bit if they don't wear out? Unless it's for a business etc with many drills maybe I only ever need 1 of a certain size


They will wear out at some point. (lol some point)

mikeandclare

Out of interest, why would you want 25 of the same type bit if they don't … Out of interest, why would you want 25 of the same type bit if they don't wear out? Unless it's for a business etc with many drills maybe I only ever need 1 of a certain size


If you're using these for their intended purpose (impact screwdriving), you may find that bits shatter/wear a lot quicker.
Used several brands including dewalt, makita, bosch, milwaukee, and they all last about the same.

Wera last longer but you pay the extra.

These are a bargain at this price.
Im using Milwaukee Shockwave, the longer shank version, but using with my Lidl impact driver Ive shattered three bits with less than 40 screws on various jobs. Not great value at that rate
I can second the quality of these, absolutely awful. In the past they have been good but the last pack we used were terrible, only got them because screwfix were out of dewalt ones.
johnnyd57uk

These are extremely hard wearing and wont have blunted tips after a few … These are extremely hard wearing and wont have blunted tips after a few uses as you tend to find even with Stanley, DeWalt Bosch etc despite their reputations. These are definately the best quality bits ive used. Wonder how others have found them.



Absolute crap. I use my impact driver daily. These pz2 bits are useless. By far the best ones I've have found are dewalt ones. Nice and cheap but far superior to any others I have tried. Believe me I've tried them all too!!
Oscar123454

I can second the quality of these, absolutely awful. In the past they … I can second the quality of these, absolutely awful. In the past they have been good but the last pack we used were terrible, only got them because screwfix were out of dewalt ones.


I've been using the Dewalt impact ones and they seem to last a good while. I'm doing a full house restoration so they are getting a fair bit of abuse.
FatalSaviour

If you're using these for their intended purpose (impact screwdriving), … If you're using these for their intended purpose (impact screwdriving), you may find that bits shatter/wear a lot quicker.



If your a tradesman and you smashing in hundreds of screws daily then u can go through a fair few in a week believe me!!
These bits are absolute **** in an impact driver. Bought a pack of ten once and went through them in the same space of time a single wera lasts me.
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