Professional PZ2 Pozi 2 Bits 10 Packs Quality Like Dewalt & Makita for £0.99 delivered@ eBay Toolsave
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Professional PZ2 Pozi 2 Bits 10 Packs Quality Like Dewalt & Makita for £0.99 delivered@ eBay Toolsave

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Found 17th Aug 2013
Toolsave own Brand PZ2 Pozi Bits, Quality assured to BS standards and are similar in quality to Dewalt and Makita at a 5th of the price.

Ideal for applications in wood, metal, plastic and dry wall
Extra hard Pozi 2 bits for extra long life and toughness
Length : 25mm
Quantity : 10 Pack
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Nice!
Very nice !
Can these be used as regular PH2s?
I bought a week ago. Quality it is pretty good:) Me and my brother in law we are happy of this
Always useful to have spare especiall for rubbish DIYers like me who regularly strip the edges of sharp bits.
Thanks for share.

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CloudHeaven

Can these be used as regular PH2s?



Wouldnt reccomend it'll just strip the head!!
CloudHeaven

Can these be used as regular PH2s?


Why not:)) You have 10 chances for £0.99
Cheers guys, give them a go for 99p
Thank you
Bought 3. At this price, might as well...
slavkus

... similar in quality to Dewalt and Makita at a 5th of the price....



Like a Golf ...
I see that they want to charge extra for delivering to a BT post code (Northern Ireland) UK Postcode Surcharge Areas

Northern Ireland: BT Postcodes.

Scottish Mainland: IV1-IV28, IV30-IV37, IV40, IV63, KW5, KW11-KW13, FK19-FK21, PA36, PA40, PH15-PH26, PH30-PH41, PH49-PH50, AB37-AB38, AB41-AB56, KW1-KW3, KW6-KW10, KW14.
Scottish Offshore: HS1-HS9, IV41-IV56, KA27-KA28, KW15-KW17, PA20-PA35, PA37-PA39, PA41-PA49, PA62-PA76, PH42-PH44, ZE1-ZE3.

Since when did Royal Mail charged extra . . ..CRAZY !!!
Edited by: "iscom" 17th Aug 2013
thanks for taking time out to post O.P.!
no thanks cold,if you want quality bits get Bosch or dewalt for £3 for 25 on fleabay
Edited by: "madmarman" 17th Aug 2013
I'd recommend anyone who does quite a bit of DIY etc to look at Wera bits - more expensive, but you can easily tell the quality. I used to buy packs of 50 pozi 2 bits, and eventually kill them, but a couple of Wera bits will last a serious amount of time.
madmarman

no thanks cold,if you want quality bits get bosh or dewalt for £3 for 25 … no thanks cold,if you want quality bits get bosh or dewalt for £3 for 25 on fleabay



If you want quality get Milwaukee Shockwave bits, I wouldn't buy the DeWalt bits as they have declined in quality
Edited by: "barneydog" 17th Aug 2013
Thanks for posting always handy to have spares. Ordered 2 packs.
barneydog

If you want quality get Milwaukee Shockwave bits, I wouldn't buy the … If you want quality get Milwaukee Shockwave bits, I wouldn't buy the DeWalt bits as they have declined in quality



That is very true I usually buy the DeWalt impact driver bits - the black ones... however I don't get through as many screws as I used to. Since moving over to Milwaukee I was impressed with the quality.

Another option is to buy a bucket of bits
Bought thanks
barneydog

If you want quality get Milwaukee Shockwave bits, I wouldn't buy the … If you want quality get Milwaukee Shockwave bits, I wouldn't buy the DeWalt bits as they have declined in quality


True!
I can recommend as well WERA IMPAKTOR or WIHA MAXXTOR that's real good quality!
DeWalt, Bosch, Makita = Toolsave
madmarman

no thanks cold,if you want quality bits get bosh or dewalt for £3 for 25 … no thanks cold,if you want quality bits get bosh or dewalt for £3 for 25 on fleabay



DeWalt or BOSCH! X)

WERA IMPAKTOR or WIHA MAXXTOR that's real good quality! Price about £25 or more!!
excellent buy thank you
great
slavkus

.... and are similar in quality to Dewalt and Makita at a 5th of the … .... and are similar in quality to Dewalt and Makita at a 5th of the price.



And when you shut the door, it sounds like a golf.

In all fairness, what do you think you're going to get for 99p

It's got to be worth a punt.
madmarman

no thanks cold,if you want quality bits get bosh or dewalt for £3 for 25 … no thanks cold,if you want quality bits get bosh or dewalt for £3 for 25 on fleabay


...or even Bosch...
WillieGophar

...or even Bosch...


;);););););););););)
anyone got any experience with these types of bits? amazon.co.uk/Bos…rip
barneydog

If you want quality get Milwaukee Shockwave bits, I wouldn't buy the … If you want quality get Milwaukee Shockwave bits, I wouldn't buy the DeWalt bits as they have declined in quality

I was talking at this price point .I do use Milwaukee and WERA but they are way above this price point eg £3 for 1
Bargain.
madmarman

I was talking at this price point .I do use Milwaukee and WERA but they … I was talking at this price point .I do use Milwaukee and WERA but they are way above this price point eg £3 for 1



Milwaukee Shockwave PZ2 bits are about £6.80 for 25 so the price isn't too high. Dewalt bits used to be good but now they're not much better than the unbranded rubbish.


If you don't want to spend more than £3 for 25 then I would go for the Erbauer bits from Screwfix which are better than the Dewalts IMO

Edited by: "barneydog" 17th Aug 2013
Quality stuff

They don't not right now anyway , who knows after privatisation? even though the government claims the universal service is protected in law there are get out clauses.

I see that they want to charge extra for delivering to a BT post code … I see that they want to charge extra for delivering to a BT post code (Northern Ireland) UK Postcode Surcharge Areas Northern Ireland: BT Postcodes. Scottish Mainland: IV1-IV28, IV30-IV37, IV40, IV63, KW5, KW11-KW13, FK19-FK21, PA36, PA40, PH15-PH26, PH30-PH41, PH49-PH50, AB37-AB38, AB41-AB56, KW1-KW3, KW6-KW10, KW14. Scottish Offshore: HS1-HS9, IV41-IV56, KA27-KA28, KW15-KW17, PA20-PA35, PA37-PA39, PA41-PA49, PA62-PA76, PH42-PH44, ZE1-ZE3. Since when did Royal Mail charged extra . . ..CRAZY !!!

I find Lidl and Aldi bits decent.
I'll give them a go for 99p
99p worth a try.... makita and dewalt quality is crap anyways so 99p seems to be right price
justthinking

And when you shut the door, it sounds like a golf. ;)In all fairness, … And when you shut the door, it sounds like a golf. ;)In all fairness, what do you think you're going to get for 99p It's got to be worth a punt.



lol without realising it, you've made a pun in welsh. in welsh, the word for a pound (£) is spelled 'punt' (but not pronounced the same as english)!
Don't forget the Nectar point
http://i.qkme.me/3rii2d.jpg
n3m3s1s

Don't forget the Nectar point

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Yeah. Nectar included:))
Bought.... Super buy. Many thanks
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