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Wera 29 Impact Driver Bits and Magnetic Bit Holder in Case £35.95 @ Amazon with Free Delivery (+£4.49 Non Prime)
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Wera 29 Impact Driver Bits and Magnetic Bit Holder in Case £35.95 @ Amazon with Free Delivery (+£4.49 Non Prime)

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Posted 11th JanEdited by:"Telephant"

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25mm colour-coded impact driver bits (graded up to 180 Nm+ torque) in a compact holder, along with a bit holder with a magnetic ring.

This normally floats around £40, ThriceCamels say it's never been cheaper on Amazon. The same set is £49.99 in Screwfix.

These are not made of cheese and are well designed, so says the flowery blurb - offers an above-average service life even under extreme circumstances thanks to the best possible utilisation of the material properties and the optimised geometry; particularly suitable for use with customary impact drivers; holder with ring magnet for simple holding of even longer and heavier screws, ideal for overhead work. The rough diamond-coating of the bits reduces the risk of a slipping out of the screw head thanks to the enhanced frictional resistance.
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Decent bits. Yes they’re expensive, but this is a decent price as they’re rarely discounted. Heat added
Save a pound at the warehouse
Don't know why this has gone cold, wera bits are one of the best imo, used a set at work for over 10 years and still going strong with daily usage
Matt_Wilkes11/01/2020 17:50

Don't know why this has gone cold, wera bits are one of the best imo, used …Don't know why this has gone cold, wera bits are one of the best imo, used a set at work for over 10 years and still going strong with daily usage



Really? 10 year old screwdriver bits, used daily, is that even possible? They are indeed good, but I have trouble believing that tale. It may be true, but I can't imagine the best bits in the world lasting 10 years with daily use.
Matt_Wilkes11/01/2020 17:50

Don't know why this has gone cold, wera bits are one of the best imo, used …Don't know why this has gone cold, wera bits are one of the best imo, used a set at work for over 10 years and still going strong with daily usage


Did you buy the special bits made of adamantium???
Heated, great price although I prefer boxes of PZ2 bits myself.

Longest lasting bits I’ve ever used.
I can assure you I do not joke, I mainly use the torx and Allen key heads daily, the poz and flat head probably once or twice a week, I also have a set of wera Allen keys that are just as old, only ever broke the ball end of my 5mm as someone used loctite on an awkward to get to bolt
Stormpooper11/01/2020 18:00

Really? 10 year old screwdriver bits, used daily, is that …Really? 10 year old screwdriver bits, used daily, is that even possible? They are indeed good, but I have trouble believing that tale. It may be true, but I can't imagine the best bits in the world lasting 10 years with daily use.


Definitely possible. Don't buy Chinese cheese and good tools will last.
Edited by: "MrNumbskull" 11th Jan
MrNumbskull11/01/2020 18:30

Definitely possible. Don't buy Chinese cheese and good tools will last.


Anyone who works in industry will probably already have a set, got a set at home to, will last me a lifetime
Stormpooper11/01/2020 18:00

Really? 10 year old screwdriver bits, used daily, is that …Really? 10 year old screwdriver bits, used daily, is that even possible? They are indeed good, but I have trouble believing that tale. It may be true, but I can't imagine the best bits in the world lasting 10 years with daily use.


To be fair, Wera have an excellent rep (as did British bits pre-mid 70s before the factories were mostly closed down) and them lasting 10+ years is hardly surprising.
Got these in July 2018 for £32 when Amazon had a 20%-off promotion. Use regularly and never replaced a bit yet, mainly due to not using in impact driver and not lending to mates (they get the DeWalt set).
German idea, Czech Republic made.

Decent bits, but very much over priced. Sure, they will out last the majority of the competition, but, they really aren't worth the asking price.

On the flip side, you could look at it as less down time on the job (trade), meaning more money made.

Still not worth the asking price though.
manowarbruno11/01/2020 18:17

Did you buy the special bits made of adamantium???


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I thought this was Adam Ant.... ium
These are the best,not like the other premium brands.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 11th Jan
Yes you can buy a bit set for £5, but you will easily get through 10 sets in the time it takes these to wear down. Brilliant brand and well made.
Superb tools.. Worth every buck
Especially the diamond encrusted Bits.. Brilliant
george84booth12/01/2020 19:06

Yes you can buy a bit set for £5, but you will easily get through 10 sets …Yes you can buy a bit set for £5, but you will easily get through 10 sets in the time it takes these to wear down. Brilliant brand and well made.


True, but I prefer to have sets everywhere. One in the kitchen drawer, a couple in each shed, one in each car, one in work desk drawer. I do have a set of Wera bits that came with a socket set but they are rarely used tbh as there's always a cheap set nearby.
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