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March 15, 2018

Got Bits?


Drill bits, booboo; does a set of 300 work for you?

From the website:



The well-organized portable case has a labeled slot for each component and opens to reveal removable trays.


Features and Details:

• 66 high-speed steel (H.S.S.) twist drill bits and 50 H.H.S. drill bits from 3/64" to 1/2"

• 88 screwdriver bits including 25mm and 50mm sizes,

• 33 wood-boring drill bits from 5/32" to 1/2"

• 24 masonry drill bits from 5/32" to 1/2"

• 10 nut drivers from 5/32" to 1/2"


Also includes a magnetic holder, Allen wrench, hole saws with adapters, and screw finders.

Case measures 15.75"L x 8.5"H x 12.25"D.

Weight: 16.5 pounds.



$149.95 (holes not included).

March 15, 2018 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


If you're the type of person that needs that many drills, I have a feeling that the quality of these bits wouldn't be up to snuff. It's a kit for the person who tools around in their 'workshop' every few weeks, and by tools around, I mean dusts it and dreams of things that they could one day do.

Posted by: Rocketboy | Mar 18, 2018 8:57:38 AM

Well I don't see why not.

Speaking of drilling... Decades ago, I ordered a bentwood coat rack DIY kit. Very attractive and well made - from Japan, oddly enough - and a quarter of the price of an assembled one. It required a little drilling and would be fastened together with well-hidden screws, and some glue. Turned out great, thanks to highly detailed instructions the last line of which read: "When at last the drilling deep screwing work is done, get up and stand away back to admire your exhaustion and sweat."

Posted by: Flautist | Mar 15, 2018 3:56:42 PM

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