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Milwaukee shockwave impact screwdriver bits pz2 x 25mm ( 25 pack ) £5.99 @ Screwfix ( C&C)
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Milwaukee shockwave impact screwdriver bits pz2 x 25mm ( 25 pack ) £5.99 @ Screwfix ( C&C)

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Posted 1st Oct

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Impact screwdriver bits with precision-milled tips to provide the best fit with the screw head, reducing cam-out and stripping. Large optimised 'Shock Zone' reduces stress at the tip resulting in fewer tip breakages.

  • Steel Alloy
  • Heat-Treated for Impact Absorption
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These any good?.
polarbaba01/10/2019 15:30

These any good?.


I have not personally used them however Milwaukee is reliable international brand for making tools etc.
a 'BIT' useless as, you have to use a bit holder, which kinda makes them pointless. I prefer (as a pro tradie) the bits that go straight into the driver.
These are, ''SCREWFIX product of the year'' apparently......
Edited by: "Marin" 1st Oct
Good price, but they're not very good when used with an impact driver. Expect to get through the whole pack on a big job. I prefer the Wera Impaktor bits for reliability/longevity.
polarbaba01/10/2019 15:30

These any good?.



These are completely useless in an impact driver, shatter in no time. The dewalt ones for £0.30 more are much better lasting. although they seem to have changed the packaging so may not be the same as they used to be
bitznpcz01/10/2019 15:43

Good price, but they're not very good when used with an impact driver. …Good price, but they're not very good when used with an impact driver. Expect to get through the whole pack on a big job. I prefer the Wera Impaktor bits for reliability/longevity.


Do you have a link?
Made in China (prc) not that that's a bad thing .but for driver bits its bad
bitznpcz01/10/2019 15:43

Good price, but they're not very good when used with an impact driver. …Good price, but they're not very good when used with an impact driver. Expect to get through the whole pack on a big job. I prefer the Wera Impaktor bits for reliability/longevity.


I doubt you're using them correctly. I've had the same bit for ages and, as a pro tradie, drive 80mm 6er SPAX home all day long. You're probably using pozi in philips
8ANNED02/10/2019 09:30

I doubt you're using them correctly. I've had the same bit for ages and, …I doubt you're using them correctly. I've had the same bit for ages and, as a pro tradie, drive 80mm 6er SPAX home all day long. You're probably using pozi in philips


Thanks for that, but I do not what I'm doing!

We built a large number of wooden planters and I got through a whole box of the Milwaukee ones.

They're probably ok on your Bob the Builder drill/driver but no use on the Milwaukee Impact unfortunately.
Not impressed by these at all - were posted on here a while ago and got a pack for impact use.
Ordered thanks OP
Had these at this price before, I've made 1 bit last about 300/400 screws each in an impact driver. We'll worth the money!
Better than DeWalt bits.
weird - i thought they were shocking... went through 3 in one day (about 300 on impactor)

for thebprice though....
Thank you Flogger. Bought 2 boxes as they last much longer than DeWalt ones.
Use these a lot, prefer the 50mm longer bits but at this price I'll get a couple of packs.
Thanks for posting, heat from me OP
Edited by: "pat-w" 10th Oct
Also same price on amazon for prime members
pat-w10/10/2019 09:57

Use these a lot, prefer the 50mm longer bits but at this price I'll get a …Use these a lot, prefer the 50mm longer bits but at this price I'll get a couple of packs. Thanks for posting, heat from me OP



Milwaukee 4932 4308 64 Tic Tac Box amazon.co.uk/dp/…XC/

Not as cheap but 1 left at this price
SomebodE10/10/2019 10:55

Milwaukee 4932 4308 64 Tic Tac Box …Milwaukee 4932 4308 64 Tic Tac Box https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01JLM4SXC/Not as cheap but 1 left at this price


Thanks, ordered
SomebodE10/10/2019 11:42

Sorry, I sent the wrong url...Milwaukee Shockwave 10 x PZ2 50mm …Sorry, I sent the wrong url...Milwaukee Shockwave 10 x PZ2 50mm Screwdriver Bits 4932430866 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MSMCWP8/


Yeah I realised the mistake and used the search box but wouldn't have if you hadn't posted it.
pat-w10/10/2019 11:48

Yeah I realised the mistake and used the search box but wouldn't have if …Yeah I realised the mistake and used the search box but wouldn't have if you hadn't posted it.


Serendipity 😁
SomebodE10/10/2019 10:52

Milwaukee 4932 4308 64 Tic Tac Box https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01JLM4SXC/


Cheaper through other sellers under your link and some of the comments aren't that good.
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Thought these were rubbish personally. Tend to use Wera bits now that last much longer.
I found these rounded off pretty quickly too, prefer the basic dewalt ones if you're just after cheap bits
Wasn't impressed with these - had a few break with not much use.
Ordered from the Amazon link. Thanks
crazywolf10/10/2019 08:29

weird - i thought they were shocking... went through 3 in one day (about …weird - i thought they were shocking... went through 3 in one day (about 300 on impactor)for thebprice though....


Agree. I used these and they always shattered almost instantly.
Very good bits, highly recommended. Last a very long time
Wizzfizz10/10/2019 15:38

Thought these were rubbish personally. Tend to use Wera bits now that last …Thought these were rubbish personally. Tend to use Wera bits now that last much longer.


Beat me to it! My words exactly, I also found these bits cam out the screws too easily. Wira bits every time for me.
Thanks for posting @Flogger we have added your thread to the Highlights section
eng3310/10/2019 21:16

Beat me to it! My words exactly, I also found these bits cam out the …Beat me to it! My words exactly, I also found these bits cam out the screws too easily. Wira bits every time for me.


Or, if you’re wanting the best, PB Swiss. But it’s all a bit of a moot point in a way, because unless you really need to use pozi for some reason, you should really be using torx screws, which are roughly about a million times better suited for impact driving.
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