Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Screwdriver Bits PH2 x 25mm £3.49 @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Screwdriver Bits PH2 x 25mm £3.49 @ Toolstation

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Found 16th Jan
Impact rated screwdriver bits designed for use with Impact Drivers. The Shock Zone design and special heat treatment absorbs impacts and allows the bit to flex.
these have been this price for a while and top notch bits in my opinion, went instore to buy some the other day and they are now obsolete in the catalogue(stopped doing them) but they are still for order via delivery, the new price is £7.59. so fill your boots whilst they're there.

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ordered these a week or so ago with some pz2. got a phone call saying they are discontinued so got a partial refund on my order.

No stock anywhere so cold.

mitt271

I got this set instead as includes more range of … I got this set instead as includes more range of bitshttp://www.plumbcenter.co.uk/product/milwaukee-56-piece-driving-set/


should post this as it is a good deal

still available in two of the four shops I use.

These bits are hard as he'll, but too small on head size.. they slip like crazy. I'll stick with my dewalts.

you really need PZ pozidrive bits these days, PH Phillips just don't grip most modern screws so well.

These are pretty poor, I've had several of the PZ type shatter under impact.

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Save the Pound

No stock anywhere so cold.


if you read the description its says obsolete in store and to get via delivery

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spannerzone

you really need PZ pozidrive bits these days, PH Phillips just don't grip … you really need PZ pozidrive bits these days, PH Phillips just don't grip most modern screws so well.


PZ is what i got not the ph. misloaded the title

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looks like they have sold out now and no PZs left either glad i ordered 7 packs yesterday

PH2 are not very popular, the only thing I use them for is drywall (plaster board) screws. PZ2 are the norm.

mccally03

These bits are hard as he'll, but too small on head size.. they slip like … These bits are hard as he'll, but too small on head size.. they slip like crazy. I'll stick with my dewalts.


That's because they are the wrong bit for the screws you are using.

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