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Wera Bit-Check 30 Diamond 1 Anti Cam-out BiTorsion Long Life bit set PZ,PH,TX,SL 30 piece for £17.09 @ Amazon (£21.58 Non Prime)
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Wera Bit-Check 30 Diamond 1 Anti Cam-out BiTorsion Long Life bit set PZ,PH,TX,SL 30 piece for £17.09 @ Amazon (£21.58 Non Prime)

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Wera Bit-Check 30 Diamond 1 Anti Cam-out BiTorsion Long Life bit set

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F4STFORW4RD28/09/2019 16:30

What are those weird knobbly ones that take up most of the back row?


Don't think this set is for you.
F4STFORW4RD28/09/2019 16:30

What are those weird knobbly ones that take up most of the back row?


You mean the torx bits?
Obsessionfatale28/09/2019 17:08

Don't think this set is for you.


This isn’t fair - he/she probably does DIY but hasn’t come across them. Take time to tell people, rather than judge them!

They are torx bits, 6 point star shaped bits that you get a lot of grip off and very little slippage, if the bit is seated correctly
Edited by: "ianwynneuk" 29th Sep
F4STFORW4RD28/09/2019 16:30

What are those weird knobbly ones that take up most of the back row?


38567218-txedL.jpgits to screw a whole bunch of these together
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Very nice bits but more than half of the bits no good for me.
What are those weird knobbly ones that take up most of the back row?
F4STFORW4RD28/09/2019 16:30

What are those weird knobbly ones that take up most of the back row?


You mean the torx bits?
Decent kit
F4STFORW4RD28/09/2019 16:30

What are those weird knobbly ones that take up most of the back row?


Don't think this set is for you.
Nice set. Although it’s more money I’d be buying the red bull set of tools. Look pretty smart.
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Edited by: "y_am_I_buying_this" 28th Sep
Haircut_10028/09/2019 16:34

You mean the torx bits?


Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? I'm thinking of moving to torx only as they seem to be the best choice for screws.
Bargain!
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OdhranC28/09/2019 18:10

Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? …Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? I'm thinking of moving to torx only as they seem to be the best choice for screws.


I bought some T8 from screwfix for the same reason . If only we had Robertson drive over here!
seamonkey28/09/2019 19:19

I bought some T8 from screwfix for the same reason . If only we had …I bought some T8 from screwfix for the same reason . If only we had Robertson drive over here!


Am I right in saying that pocket hole screws are typically robertson drive? I thought torx was better than robertson
OdhranC28/09/2019 19:37

Am I right in saying that pocket hole screws are typically robertson …Am I right in saying that pocket hole screws are typically robertson drive? I thought torx was better than robertson


Had to google pocket hole, looks like square drive. Robertson are the one true king, all I used in NZ
seamonkey28/09/2019 19:55

Had to google pocket hole, looks like square drive. Robertson are the one …Had to google pocket hole, looks like square drive. Robertson are the one true king, all I used in NZ


Lol I've still some learning to go then. Thanks for the info
OdhranC28/09/2019 18:10

Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? …Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? I'm thinking of moving to torx only as they seem to be the best choice for screws.


Found these to be best value/range. YMMV:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…8W8
didn't need it but still bought
If anything at least they look good

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F4STFORW4RD28/09/2019 16:30

What are those weird knobbly ones that take up most of the back row?


38567218-txedL.jpgits to screw a whole bunch of these together
I was shocked to learn how many different types of heads there were, their history and even that such a thing was patentable. All hail Wikipedia.

en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…ves
OdhranC28/09/2019 18:10

Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? …Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? I'm thinking of moving to torx only as they seem to be the best choice for screws.


Vortex Torx are very good
These bits are not impact driver rated. I think they are just rebranded normal bits.
Out of stock but available for ordering with a delayed delivery. Ordered. Thanks OP.
Don't need but ordered anyway
RickyWong29/09/2019 07:52

These bits are not impact driver rated. I think they are just rebranded …These bits are not impact driver rated. I think they are just rebranded normal bits.


Not at all, I have the impact driver version of these, and they are many times better than your 'rebranded normal bits'.
OdhranC28/09/2019 18:10

Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? …Out of curiosity, can anyone recommend a good multipack of torx screws? I'm thinking of moving to torx only as they seem to be the best choice for screws.



toolstation.com/scr…ast always use these now, unless I'm doing a really cheap job. Not managed to break one yet, despite the ridiculous amount of torque you can put through them
£37 for me(prime member)
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Back up in price again 😞
RickyWong29/09/2019 07:52

These bits are not impact driver rated. I think they are just rebranded …These bits are not impact driver rated. I think they are just rebranded normal bits.


Impact rated doesn't mean a bit is better, just different. Ideally you want to use impact bits with an impact driver and non impact ones with a driver.
Impact rated ones are softer to stop them shattering, but the tips wear out quicker
hugo4529/09/2019 08:59

£37 for me(prime member)



darrenswift29/09/2019 09:00

[Image] Back up in price again 😞


no, you just need to learn to use amazon
those aren't sold by amazon
look at other sellers amazon still available though temp out of stock, 1-2 month dispatch
I have a set of these and wasn't actually that impressed with how long they lasted, probably got about 30% more use out of them than a bog standard Dewalt multi pack one which are usually about 15p per bit. The Wera bit holder is awesome though, think I've had the same one for about 3 or 4 years now
brilly29/09/2019 09:04

no, you just need to learn to use amazonthose aren't sold by amazon look …no, you just need to learn to use amazonthose aren't sold by amazon look at other sellers amazon still available though temp out of stock, 1-2 month dispatch


Wow.
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super hot btw. I have a different wera set (grey bits not gold) and they take all abuse I can give.
From camel x 3 history I doubt you'll see this price again in a long time. if ever. never been below £36 for the past 4 yrs
Edited by: "fryitup" 29th Sep
Quite pricey screws.
gazjon29/09/2019 08:49

Not at all, I have the impact driver version of these, and they are many …Not at all, I have the impact driver version of these, and they are many times better than your 'rebranded normal bits'.


These are rated for power tool like combo drills. Where the normal ones which amazon has for like £13 set is for hand tool I believe. Tho I would think there is very little in different in terms of materials. The impact driver ones however should have significant different. Drill driver can get upto 60Nm where the impact drivers can delivery 300Nm. I have used normal bits before where they wear out very easily. Always use impact rated bits now.
Wow 30 diamond bits, so cheap? Do they not know these have diamonds in them? I will make earrings out of them and will sell it for thousands, thousands.
Obsessionfatale28/09/2019 17:08

Don't think this set is for you.


This isn’t fair - he/she probably does DIY but hasn’t come across them. Take time to tell people, rather than judge them!

They are torx bits, 6 point star shaped bits that you get a lot of grip off and very little slippage, if the bit is seated correctly
Edited by: "ianwynneuk" 29th Sep
It shows as 37£ to me
ianwynneuk29/09/2019 10:22

This isn’t fair - he/she probably does DIY but hasn’t come across them. Tak …This isn’t fair - he/she probably does DIY but hasn’t come across them. Take time to tell people, rather than judge them!They are torx bits, 6 point star snapped bits that you get a lot of grip off and very little slippage if the bit is fitted correctly


Agreed, I started out as just basic DIY too and had no clue what I was doing. I've now renovated 2 shops and a pub, I still consider myself a DIYer I just know more than I did.
tek-monkey29/09/2019 11:51

Agreed, I started out as just basic DIY too and had no clue what I was …Agreed, I started out as just basic DIY too and had no clue what I was doing. I've now renovated 2 shops and a pub, I still consider myself a DIYer I just know more than I did.


Good on you - we all have to start at the beginning. Not enough people have a go nowadays, sometimes because of the previous comment!
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