Silverline Screwdriver Bit Set - Pack of 100 Amazon (Add on item) - £4.09
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Silverline Screwdriver Bit Set - Pack of 100 Amazon (Add on item) - £4.09

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Found 17th Dec 2017
Great little stocking filler, yep not the best, but ok for DIY i'm sure. You get what you pay for, and at £4.09 its a bargain.

  • 95 assorted chrome vanadium driver bits, including:
  • Slotted, Phillips, PZ, Hex (standard and tamper proof, metric and imperial)
  • Torx (standard and tamper proof), triple square and square recess
  • Assorted bits for electrical household appliances
  • Hook driver, 3 adaptors and 60 mm bit holder
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Cheap tools are never a wise investment, you'll end up damaging whatever it is you're working on as well as the tool itself. Plus lots of cursing. Spend just a little more and jobs will be far more enjoyable
Edited by: "Baz8755" 17th Dec 2017
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Wow very good price
I wish some of these kits included JIS bits.
Not bad for the price. I think I paid £9.99 6 or 7 years ago for the same set. As OP said, not the best bits but should be fine for DIYers

These would be best used with a hand driver and not cordless or impact
Cheap tools are never a wise investment, you'll end up damaging whatever it is you're working on as well as the tool itself. Plus lots of cursing. Spend just a little more and jobs will be far more enjoyable
Edited by: "Baz8755" 17th Dec 2017
better off using ones made of chocolate!!!!
worth for the money. functional product.
Cracking deal. One can never go wrong with buying this item..
thomasleep30 m ago

better off using ones made of chocolate!!!!


If they were cheaper than these I would
aizeewizzy13 m ago

Cracking deal. One can never go wrong with buying this item..


True. As long as you don't need to use them
Should just about manage a box of 100 screws then.
Cheap for a reason. They're made of cheese lol
Are the naysayers speaking from experience with this exact product, or just using clichés and assuming...?
You get what you pay for and for £4, this will be

chuffedfox17 m ago

Are the naysayers speaking from experience with this exact product, or …Are the naysayers speaking from experience with this exact product, or just using clichés and assuming...?



I had 3 of them and buying another 2 now. Must admit all wrecked, but who cares £4? I use these as something i am not worried to loose or break or borrow to somebody! Yes this kit is not best quality and can be broken easily but its ideal for all them rusted or sheared heads screws just hammer in, weld it etc and undo it I got wera,bahco etc.. but just can't abuse them as I do with this cheapo kit as bastards cost 20 times more than this Also there is no chance I am borrowing my expensive kit to anyone, last time I thought I will kill one lad hammering my bahco ratchet spanner?!!!!
Despite the above comments, the reviews on Amazon are decent. Undecided now.
They ok to get you out of trouble but pretty poorly made and won't take much use. Possibly better than nothing though for those odd occasions.
Not the hardest but you get a massive variety for pennies
chuffedfox18 h, 51 m ago

Are the naysayers speaking from experience with this exact product, or …Are the naysayers speaking from experience with this exact product, or just using clichés and assuming...?


Any silverline tool I have ever had has been flimsy rubbish, their business model is basically to find the absolute cheapest they can find in a Far East factory and import it with Silverline labels stuck on it. I don't have this exact set of screwdriver bits but have had plenty of cheap bit sets over the years, they are made from low grade metal and seem in most cases softer than the head of the screw you are trying to use them on. If you use them on small screws that don't need much torque to tighten then they will do you a turn or two but don't expect them to drive big screws or remove rusted in screws. If you have an impact driver then don't even look at the packet as they will shatter into bits like a sugar cube.
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