Works Hss drill bit set £3.99 from Aldi
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Works Hss drill bit set £3.99 from Aldi

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LocalFound 10th Sep 2017
15 piece Works Hss drill bit from Aldi.

Brilliant set of drill in my opinion, sharp, strong and durable for the money.

I know there are other sets of drills available at different prices before people jump in with other deals.
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25% of the price of Bosch/Black&Decker, and last at least twice as long. HEAT!!
I totally agree with the previous posters. Aldi's range of drill bits, along with other related DIY small items are excellent. Lidl's equally so too.
I bought a couple of sets of these when they were on sale last time and found them to be decent quality for the money ...
... Heat added ...
I had some of these and they melted drilling some aluminium! Can't be that good.
Roger_Irrelevant1 h, 22 m ago

I had some of these and they melted drilling some aluminium! Can't be that …I had some of these and they melted drilling some aluminium! Can't be that good.


I (and the whole science world) look forward to your paper on molecular cohesion and thermal transfer.
What's the end of these ? Will this fit in most drills or ones with a hex
They were selling these and all the other sets for 99p just one day after they were in store at my local one.

they're round at the end. not hex.
I dunno if I dare buy another cheap set they always snap in the worse possible place... I had one snap in a bit of metal had to drill out the snapped in drill bit, was not fun ><.
Waldolf10th Sep

I (and the whole science world) look forward to your paper on molecular …I (and the whole science world) look forward to your paper on molecular cohesion and thermal transfer.


Somehow I don't think 'the whole science world' as you put it, would be using cheap Aldi drill bits in their search for knowledge.
Roger_Irrelevant9 h, 8 m ago

Somehow I don't think 'the whole science world' as you put it, would be …Somehow I don't think 'the whole science world' as you put it, would be using cheap Aldi drill bits in their search for knowledge.


I suspect that science would be intrigued as to how aluminium can melt HS steel. So yes, they would be using the cheap Aldi drills to replicate this mysterious event.
Or perhaps because

A) They aren't very good drill bits, and;
B) They got red hot and melted, thus making them a lot weaker during drilling.

What a 'winker' you are.
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