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This topic shows details of accessories that I purchased with my cash from my own pocket.

 

There is zero affiliation between me and the manufacturer or the vendor.

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DeWalt DWST17808 TSTAK I Long Handle Toolbox Organizer

 

This toolbox is part of the DeWalt TSTAK tool storage system. The system permits stacking multiple storage boxes and also has options for mobility.

 

When used in a stack, this toolbox is designed to be at the top.

 

Capacities / Measurements / Features

Volume: 2.9 Gallon Capacity - Specified

Exterior: 17¼" Wide x 13-1/8" Deep x 7" Tall - Measured

Interior Base: 16½" Wide x 11" Deep x 5¼" Tall - Measured

Interior Top Compartments: Two 7-3/8" Wide x 2½" Deep, Four 2-15/16" Wide x 2-9/16" Deep and One 6¼" Wide x 5¼" Deep, all 1-5/8" Tall - Measured

Extruded Aluminum Top Handle: 1¼" DIA x 14¼" Wide - Measured

Molded Plastic Front Handle: 1¼" DIA x 5¼" Wide - Measured

Mass: 5lbs - Measured

 

This is a really nice storage case, with a large storage area in the bottom, plus smaller open-top bins in the top.

 

Both the main lid and the top lid open just past 90°, so gravity will keep the top open.

 

There are two large metal lever latches for the large bottom storage area. The top lid has flexible snap latches.

 

The top lid hinge pins are molded-in as part of the cover. The large cover has a full width piano hinge w/ a metal hinge pin.

 

There is a padlock slot for the large bottom storage area that will accept a ¼" padlock.

 

There is a removable clear nameplate window for a protected user identification label. There is an included P/N 13487 3-5/8" x 3" paper tag w/ perforations to separate into six window labels. I don't use this and instead use my Brady IDXpert label printer to print a ½" tall label adhered to the case and covered by the window.

 

Both handles have detents to remain secure in the stowed or deployed position.

 

 

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DeWalt DW2190 Case

 

The DeWalt DW2190 case is an empty clam shell yellow plastic storage case. The case exterior dimensions are: 7-5/8" wide x 4-5/8" Deep x 1-3/4" Tall. The mass is: 10.6 oz.

 

Each case half has three long open top bins, two are 7-3/8" x 1-1/8", each with three locations for bin divider partitions. The third bin has a curved side and no bin divider locations. All are 11/16" deep.

 

There are six bin dividers included that may be positioned as-desired.

 

The case has translucent cover doors with slide latches. These permit observing the contents prior to opening. It is not possible to close the case, without first latching those internal covers. The snap action on the internal cover latches aren't great, but the feel may improve with usage.

 

There is a full-length metal hinge rod on the piano hinge. This appears very sturdy for long-term strength.

 

The case has a slide latch that has a nice feel. The case has clearly visible black on yellow logos indicating the locked and unlocked latch positions.

 

 

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DeWalt DWMTC15 Magnetic Yellow Tough Case

 

The DeWalt DWMTC15 magnetic case is a very handy enclosure. The exterior dimensions are 7" x 2-3/4" x 1-3/4". The empty mass is: 6.0 oz.

 

This slender case is easy for pocket storage.

 

The hinged clam shell case top cover opens just past 90°, so gravity keeps the cover open. The cover / base has a rib and corresponding groove around much of the perimeter to limit exterior contamination intrusion.

 

The case has a pair of strong magnets (plus rubber strip) on the lid for attachment to a metal surface. The base has a channel to grab onto a rib.

 

The case interior has a label with this very handy text: "CAUTION: Extremely Powerful Magnet. Keep Away From Pacemakers, Defibrillators, Medical Equipment, Computers, Computer Discs, Cassette Tapes, Engine Control Modules, Etc. When Using Vertically Or Upside Down, Weight Of Items In Tray Must Not Exceed Magnet Strength."

 

There is a metal draw down latch.

 

There is a full-length metal hinge rod on the piano hinge. This appears very sturdy for long-term strength.

 

The kit includes 15 bits, all are ¼" hex drive, the longer ones have the power groove retention radius on the  ¼" hex shank. These are: 3" magnetic holder; three magnetic nut drivers; two 2" bits and nine 1" bits.

 

 

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DeWalt DWMTCIR20 Magnetic BlackTough Case

 

The DeWalt DWMTCIR20 magnetic case is a very handy enclosure. The exterior dimensions are 7" x 2-3/4" x 1-3/4". The empty mass is: 6.0 oz.

 

This slender case is easy for pocket storage.

 

The hinged clam shell case top cover opens just past 90°, so gravity keeps the cover open. The cover / base has a rib and corresponding groove around much of the perimeter to limit exterior contamination intrusion.

 

The case has a pair of strong magnets (plus rubber strip) on the lid for attachment to a metal surface. The base has a channel to grab onto a rib.

 

The case interior has a label with this very handy text: "CAUTION: Extremely Powerful Magnet. Keep Away From Pacemakers, Defibrillators, Medical Equipment, Computers, Computer Discs, Cassette Tapes, Engine Control Modules, Etc. When Using Vertically Or Upside Down, Weight Of Items In Tray Must Not Exceed Magnet Strength."

 

There is a metal draw down latch.

 

There is a full-length metal hinge rod on the piano hinge. This appears very sturdy for long-term strength.

 

These bits are Impact Ready, rated for impact driver usage. The impact rating on these DeWalt bits is visually indicated by the black surface finish.

 

The kit includes 20 bits, all are ¼" hex drive, the longer ones have the power groove retention radius on the  ¼" hex shank. These are: 3½" magnetic pivot holder; three magnetic nut drivers; four 2" bits, ten 1" bits and two drill bits. The pivot holder uses an internal expansion ring to grab / retain the bit, when new it is kind of difficult for bit insertion / removal. It has an exterior sliding collar that changes it from straight drive to pivot drive.

 

 

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DeWalt DW2507 Rapid Load Bit Holder with SureSet System

 

The DeWalt DW2507 rapid load bit holder is a very nice tool. The length is 2-3/4" long.

 

This tool permits fast and secure bit changes. Poke the bit into the opening for it to grab, pull back on the collar for the bit to pop out.

 

Place a fastener onto the tip and the magnetic bit collar slides up to meet / support the fastener.

 

These are Impact Ready, rated for impact driver usage. The impact rating on these DeWalt bits is visually indicated by the black surface finish.

 

The kit includes this SureSet holder with the power groove retention radius on the  ¼" hex shank and five 1" bits.

 

 

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Kobalt #0407197 Double Drive ¼" and 5/32" Screwdriver Set 32-Piece Set

 

The Kobalt Double Drive screwdrivers are very nice tools with a clever internal planetary gear mechanism.

 

The ¼" drive tool weighs 10.0 oz and is 9¼" long. The 5/32" drive tool weighs 2.0 oz and is 6" long.

 

This operates like a normal reversible ratcheting screwdriver, when the shaft is held near the fastener while rotating the handle. The two-position switch selects the tool for tighten or loosen. There is not a center position that locks the shaft.

 

When the large bright blue metal collar is held stationary while rotating the handle, the Double Drive is engaged. The bit rotates as-expected, with the handle AND the bit continues to rotate in that direction when the handle is rotated the opposite direction. When using Double Drive the bit rotates twice as fast as the handle.

 

It is initially unusual, but then this Double Drive motion is discovered to be very handy. It speeds loosening or tightening fasteners, especially when the threaded section is very long.

 

The ¼" screwdriver has a removable end cap, that unscrews to expose a 2½" deep by 7/8" diameter bit storage compartment within the handle. The end cap on the smaller tool spins, but does not unscrew.

 

The rubber grip is comfortable. The weight is a little on the heavy side, but is very usable.

 

The kit includes both the ¼" drive screwdriver, the 5/32" screwdriver and a 30 piece bit assortment in a storage case w/ a hinged translucent cover.

 

 

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Tekton 2938 14 Piece Nut Driver Bit Set

 

This Tekton 2938 14-piece nut driver bit set has both SAE and metric nut driver sizes in a handy belt loop holder.

 

This is a VERY handy kit, with both SAE and metric, neatly organized in a compact holder AND competitively priced. IMO, this should be in every tool kit.

 

The drive bits are not magnetic.

 

The shaft length is short. Each bit has a power groove retention radius on the  ¼" hex shank. Some have reported problems because of the short shaft length. I have not encountered any issues because of the shaft length.

 

The socket size is deeply engraved on each socket exterior.

 

The bit removal / replacement / retention in the holder is ideal.

 

 

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DeWalt 2235IR 5 Piece Magnetic Nut Driver Bit Set

 

This DeWalt 2235IR 5 piece magnetic nut driver bit set is a nice set.

 

These have strong magnets.

 

These are Impact Ready, rated for impact driver usage. The impact rating on these DeWalt bits is visually indicated by the black surface finish.

 

Each bit has a power groove retention radius on the  ¼" hex shank. The size is laser-etched on the socket.

 

The tools are great. The kit would be improved if a holder was included, like provided w/ the Tektron kit. The kit would be improved if metric drive tools were included.

 

 

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DeWalt DWAX200 31 Piece Security Set

 

The DeWalt DWAX200 31-piece security set is a nice kit.

 

The 30 1" security bits are arranged in three rows of ten for easy observation / selection. This also includes a 2½"magnetic tip holder.

 

The 4" x 3" x 1-3/8" storage case has a clear cover w/ metal hinge, a metal draw down latch and a rotating belt clip.

 

 

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20 Piece Micro Drill Bit Set

 

The 20-piece micro drill bit set was purchased from China on eBay.

 

This price is acceptable. The set is complete.

 

The listing shows numbered drills, from #61 (0.0390") though #80 (0.0160"). There is also a storage case w/ a sliding cover to retrieve / replace a single bit at a time. There is also a hand holder to hand chuck a bit.

 

The greatest issue I have with this kit is that the diameters are a cheat. For the smallest sizes they provide three bits with identical diameters at different lengths. This creates the visual illusion of different drills, even though the diameters are identical. Most of the diameters don't match the specification.

 

The attached table shows the measured diameter and length, versus the specified diameter.

 

The other issue is that the X slot in the chuck is off center, making hand usage more difficult. The jaws in the X slot need to be manually expanded to grab the largest bit.

 

My plan is to use this with my Dremel tool, so the hand holder problems are not an issue for me.

 

 

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DeWalt DWHT33028M  9' ½" Tape Measure

 

The DeWalt DWHT33028M  is a nice tape measure.

 

The case has a belt clip, a high-strength magnet and a corner tether hole (tether not included).

 

The 9' x ½" wide high-visibility yellow tape has 1/32" markings over the first foot, the rest has 1/16" as the finest marking. It is marked in feet and inches of the entire length and has 16" multiples marked over the entire length.

 

The tape has the 19.2" black diamond truss marks for 5 trusses every 8 feet.

 

The tape may be manually locked in-position / released w/ an easy-to-use sliding thumb switch. There is decent traction / grip on this switch.

 

The tape measure body does not have the 2" body length marked on the exterior, useful for inside measurements.

 

This is a great tape measure. It is small, handy, portable and fits anywhere. The 9' length is great for small projects. The biggest concern is misplacing / losing this nice tool.

 

 

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Irwin Hanson 11119 10 Piece Extractor and Left Hand Cobalt Drill Set

 

The Irwin 11119 extractor / drill set is a nice kit.

 

This includes a hinged steel clam shell case, with an integrated mechanism that raises the bits when the lid is opened and an automatic snap closure latch.

 

There is an internal three language instruction label. The English instructions are obstructed by the bit holder, so now is a good time to brush up on Spanish and French, because those instructions are clearly visible.

 

The left-hand reverse-rotation Cobalt drill bits are paired with the corresponding extractor tool.

 

The three larger drill bits have the size, drill bit material composition (HSCO) and the BRAZIL country of origin engraved deeply on the shank, the two smaller bits are not engraved. The four larger extractor bits are laser-engraved with: the manufacturer's name (HANSON); extractor bit size; corresponding drill size and the USA country of origin, the smaller bit is not engraved.

 

The kit includes these left-hand Cobalt drills: 5/64"; 7/64"; 5/32"; 1/4" and 19/64". It includes these extractor bits: EX-1; EX-2; EX-3; EX-4 and EX-5.

 

 

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On 11/24/2018 at 9:06 AM, wingless said:

DeWalt DWAX200 31 Piece Security Set

 

The DeWalt DWAX200 31-piece security set is a nice kit.

 

The 30 1" security bits are arranged in three rows of ten for easy observation / selection. This also includes a 2½"magnetic tip holder.

 

The 4" x 3" x 1-3/8" storage case has a clear cover w/ metal hinge, a metal draw down latch and a rotating belt clip.

 

 

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That looks similar to the set you can get from Gearwrench minus the 1/4" square to 1/4" hex adapter. Agreed, good set, I like the belt clip too. The Gearwrench version doesn't have a swivel clip.

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Milwaukee 48-89-4631 23-Piece Titanium Shockwave Drill Bit Set

 

A drill bit set with ¼" hex shank and the power groove retention radius that is impact-rated is required for usage with my impact driver.

 

This set has titanium bits. The size and manufacturer is laser-engraved on the hex shank. The bit holders pivot away from the case interior at the holder base. The two rows of smaller bits pivot as a single block, not as individual rows.

 

The drill bits have the Milwaukee Red Helix, a variable helix angle, starting at 35 degrees at the tip, ending at 15 degrees at the shank. This is touted to clear debris better / faster.

 

The bits have a 135 degree split point tip, for faster starting and less walking.

 

My preference is for drill bits in an index case, instead of loose, making it easier to find bigger and smaller. I also find it useful to ensure I've got everything when wrapping up by a quick visual inspection.

 

The set has seven duplicates, two drills each at the same size.

 

The holder drill bit retention force is currently greater than my preference, requiring significant effort for removal. The removal force may decrease with usage.

 

The white-printed holder text bit size legend is vertical centered on the bit holder front face surfaces. The rear row of text legends is obstructed by the front hex bit shank. That legend text would have been visible if those rear legends were instead top-justified on the bit holder surface.

 

The case has unused volume above the drill points. This volume is handy for storing additional accessories. 

 

The case has pivot blocks that repeat within the interior length, permitting relocation of the bit holders and addition of more bit holders.

 

The case has a nice, open/close, latch/unlatch action. There are two short plastic hinge pins. The case lays flat on the large back surface and also stands flat on the narrow hinge surface. The case rocks slightly when standing on either tall/skinny edge, on the large front surface, also when laying fully-opened.

 

The case halves have a perimeter overlap around most of the edge, to limit interior contamination.

 

The case has exterior blocks and corresponding cavities to align multiple cases when stacking.

 

The case has an embedded 1/4"-20 female threaded insert on the large rear surface top corner. This is touted as a mounting point, a magnet attachment point and a belt clip attachment point. I was unable to locate a Milwaukee belt clip that would attach to that insert.

 


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Irwin 2086100 9mm and 2086102 18mm Standard Snap Knives

 

The Irwin 2086100 9mm and 2086102 18mm standard snap knives have a nice feel and nice features.

 

The 9mm knife extends 2½" from the stainless blade guide, the 18mm knife extends 3-3/8" (on full length blades).

 

Both knives have internal storage for additional blades. The 9mm knife includes three additional carbon steel blades in the slide-out 3-blade capacity carrier. The 18mm knife only has the single bi-metal blade, with an empty slide-out 3-blade capacity carrier.

 

On both knives, the blade extension / retraction mechanism was intuitive and secure. There were not any instances where the blade was unintended dragged out or pushed in by the cutting operation during usage.

 

Both knives have a nice grip, with raised lips to help keep fingers away from the blade.

 

There isn't a blade snap feature included / integrated into these knives. A pair of pliers is required to snap off the end of the blade to get a fresh cutting surface.

 

 

 

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DeWalt DWST17807 TSTAK II Flat Top Toolbox

 

This toolbox is part of the DeWalt TSTAK tool storage system. The system permits stacking multiple storage boxes and also has options for mobility.

 

Capacities / Measurements / Features

Volume: 2.9 Gallon Capacity - Specified

Exterior: 17¼" Wide x 13-1/8" Deep x 6¼" Tall - Measured

Interior Base: 16½" Wide x 11" Deep x 3½" Tall - Measured

Interior Lid: 16½" Wide x 11" Deep x 1-1/8" Tall - Measured

Both Molded Plastic Handles : 1¼" DIA x 5¼" Wide - Measured

Mass: 3lb 13oz - Measured

 

This is a really nice storage case, with a large storage area.

 

The main lid open just past 90°, so gravity will keep the top open.

 

There are two large metal lever latches to secure the top lid.

 

The large cover has a full width piano hinge w/ a metal hinge pin.

 

There is a padlock slot for the large bottom storage area that will accept a ¼" padlock.

 

There is a removable clear nameplate window for a protected user identification label. There is an included P/N 13487 3-5/8" x 3" paper tag w/ perforations to separate into six window labels. I don't use this and instead use my Brady IDXpert label printer to print a ½" tall label adhered to the case and covered by the window.

 

Both handles have detents to remain secure in the stowed or deployed position.

 

 

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Kaizen Foam - Custom Cut to DeWALT TSTAK Storage Case - 2¼" Thick w/ Black Exterior / White Interior

 

The Kaizen foam is an interesting product. This is a lamination of 3/16" foam sheets. It is available in three thicknesses, I selected 2¼" (57mm) w/ black exterior / white interior. It is also available as all-black.

 

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The manufacturer sells this as 2' x 4' sheets. Buying direct from the manufacturer makes sense for those using large quantities, because S+H is costly, but they provide free S+H on orders over $100.

 

The route I selected was to purchase from a converter, to get a custom-cut piece of foam that exactly fits my DeWALT TSTAK case. I am VERY satisfied with the fit of the foam to the case. Note that the custom cut is NOT just a straight profile cut, but is instead  cut to different dimensions on the different layers, to match the contours on the TSTAK case interior. Those different layer dimensions are clearly shown on the bottom edge view.

 

The tool layout is determined, marked then cut with an extended snap knife or with a hot knife. The manufacturer's web site has instructional videos on product usage. I found the foam easy to use and am satisfied with the results.

 

My layout was effected using a Sharpie marker on blue painter's tape stuck to the top surface. Then the tape was peeled away after the cutting was completed.

 

 

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18 hours ago, wingless said:

Kaizen Foam - Custom Cut to DeWALT TSTAK Storage Case - 2¼" Thick w/ Black Exterior / White Interior

 

The Kaizen foam is an interesting product. This is a lamination of 3/16" foam sheets. It is available in three thicknesses, I selected 2¼" (57mm) w/ black exterior / white interior. It is also available as all-black.

 

https://www.fastcap.com/product/kaizen-foam

 

The manufacturer sells this as 2' x 4' sheets. Buying direct from the manufacturer makes sense for those using large quantities, because S+H is costly, but they provide free S+H on orders over $100.

 

The route I selected was to purchase from a converter, to get a custom-cut piece of foam that exactly fits my DeWALT TSTAK case. I am VERY satisfied with the fit of the foam to the case.

 

The tool layout is determined, marked then cut with an extended snap knife or with a hot knife. The manufacturer's web site has instructional videos on product usage. I found the foam easy to use and am satisfied with the results.

 

My layout was effected using a Sharpie marker on blue painter's tape stuck to the top surface. Then the tape was peeled away after the cutting was completed.

 

 

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Don’t bother with that darn marker they sell, the thing sucks, I’d agree, sharpie that stuff and save the coin but I have two sheets of Kaizen that I use and it is awesome stuff

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DeWALT N276779 and DWA4216 Oscillating Saw Tool Kits

 

The DCS355D1 oscillating saw kit I purchased included a N276779 blade box with assorted parts. I also purchased a DWA4216 5-piece accessory kit. These two kits complement each other, with both being a great starting point for the oscillating saw.


The accessories included with the DCS355D1 kit are:

   DCB203 - 20V MAX XR 2.0Ah Battery

   DCB112 - 12V / 20V MAX 2.0A Battery Charger

   629053-00 - 15"L x 9"W x 12"H Medium Tool Bag

   N276779 - Blade Box

   N275350 - Cut Guide Block (Marked N273519)

   N278801 - Cut Guide Block Knob

   N275341 - Cut Guide Depth Arm

   891903 - 2.5mm Allen Wrench

   90587554 - Universal Accessory Flange Assembly, includes:
      90583886 - Outer Flange
      90583887 - Screw
      90583888 - O-Ring
      N440293 - Inner Flange
      90584745 - Wrench
   N364479 - DWE315K Sanding Platen (Like DWA4200)

   N283301 - 25 Sheet Sandpaper Pack 60 / 120 / 240 Grit
   DWA4203 Wood With Nails Blade
   DWA4206 Fastcut Wood Blade
   N434640 - Instruction Manual

 

The accessories included with the DWA4216 5-piece accessory kit are:
   DWA4203 (2) - Wood with Nails Blade
   DWA4206 - Fastcut Wood Blade
   DWA4213 - Titanium Flush Cut Blade (Circular)
   DWA4217 - Rigid Scraper Blade
   Tool box

   Two blade adapters, for the Rockwell tool and for the Bosch / Dremel tools


There was not any documentation showing what goes where in the N276779 blade box. It was try the fit experimentation to discover the designed homes for the parts, all-shown here.

 

Much of the on-line feedback on the DWA4216 5-piece kit is that the blades do not fit in the tool box. The DWA4213 circular blade has a dedicated location in the N276779 blade box. I also found that the wider DWA4217 scraper blade also fits better in the N276779 blade box.

 

The N276779 blade box has dedicated locations for: that DWA4213 circular blade; the two wood blades; the cut guide block assembly; the depth arm; the sanding platen; the sandpaper pack and the universal accessory flange assembly. These locations are all shown in the images. 

 

There is also a cavity for additional blade and wrench storage.

 

 

N276779 Blade Box - Complete DCS355D1 Kit

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DWA4216 5-Piece Kit

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Bosch MP500T 5-Piece Daredevil Rotary / Impact / Hammer Drill Bit Set

 

A tungsten carbide masonry drill bit set with ¼" hex shank and the power groove retention radius that is impact-rated is required for usage with my impact driver.

 

This set includes one each of these drill sizes, plus an easy-to-use storage case, 5/32", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16" and 3/8".

 

These are rated for rotary, impact and hammer modes. These are specified for brick, concrete, tile, stone, plastic and steel.

 

 

 

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On 11/23/2018 at 5:25 PM, wingless said:

Tekton 2938 14 Piece Nut Driver Bit Set

 

This Tekton 2938 14-piece nut driver bit set has both SAE and metric nut driver sizes in a handy belt loop holder.

 

This is a VERY handy kit, with both SAE and metric, neatly organized in a compact holder AND competitively priced. IMO, this should be in every tool kit.

 

The drive bits are not magnetic.

 

The shaft length is short. Each bit has a power groove retention radius on the  ¼" hex shank. Some have reported problems because of the short shaft length. I have not encountered any issues because of the shaft length.

 

The socket size is deeply engraved on each socket exterior.

 

The bit removal / replacement / retention in the holder is ideal.

 

 

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Ive had this set quite a few years, can't complain none of broke, they hold up well, holster keeps them together, just don't stay pretty for long lol

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On 1/3/2019 at 8:23 AM, wingless said:

Bosch MP500T 5-Piece Daredevil Rotary / Impact / Hammer Drill Bit Set

 

A tungsten carbide masonry drill bit set with ¼" hex shank and the power groove retention radius that is impact-rated is required for usage with my impact driver.

 

This set includes one each of these drill sizes, plus an easy-to-use storage case, 5/32", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16" and 3/8".

 

These are rated for rotary, impact and hammer modes. These are specified for brick, concrete, tile, stone, plastic and steel.

 

 

 

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You put these through the ringer yet? The ones that I had dulled out pretty quickly, carbide worn down to nothing after  few months

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On 11/27/2018 at 3:13 PM, wingless said:

Irwin Hanson 11119 10 Piece Extractor and Left Hand Cobalt Drill Set

 

This includes a hinged steel clam shell case, with an integrated mechanism that raises the bits when the lid is opened and an automatic snap closure latch.

 

The left-hand reverse-rotation Cobalt drill bits are paired with the corresponding extractor tool.

 

The three larger drill bits have the size, drill bit material composition (HSCO) and the BRAZIL country of origin engraved deeply on the shank, the two smaller bits are not engraved. The four larger extractor bits are laser-engraved with: the manufacturer's name (HANSON); extractor bit size; corresponding drill size and the USA country of origin, the smaller bit is not engraved.

 

The kit includes these left-hand Cobalt drills: 5/64"; 7/64"; 5/32"; 1/4" and 19/64". It includes these extractor bits: EX-1; EX-2; EX-3; EX-4 and EX-5.

 

 

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The left hand drill bits included with this kit provided quick resolution to a fastener problem.

 

There were three stuck Phillips head pan head screws where the top rusted away and were impossible to remove.

 

The left hand drill bit was drilled into the screw head depression that formerly was a Phillips head slot to accept the Phillips head screwdriver. The Cobalt bit dug in quickly. After drilling into the screw a short distance, the drill angle was changed slightly and the fastener unscrewed w/o any problem. These steps / results were repeated on all three fasteners.

 

Problem solved.

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