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115 Pc. Titanium Drill Bit Set
Fractional Sizes 1/16" to 1/2" by 64ths
Letter Sizes: A to Z
Numbered Size: #1 to #60
135 Degree Split Point Design
115Pc. Titanium Coated Drill Bits
High Speed Steel
Long Lasting Titanium Nitride Coated
Penetrates 75% Faster
Complete Drill Set Fractional Sizes / Letter Sizes / Numbered Sizes
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10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
FYIApr 22, 2011
I thought titanium would be a good material because it's supposed to be stronger than steel. I've been working with drill bits and similar tools for 10 years now and with how easily these drill bits bend and snap I highly recomend you DO NOT buy this product.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Total garbage!!Dec 14, 2011
I didn't know junk could be made this poorly. I knew it would be a cheap set and expected low quality, but these are useless. There are only about 10 different bit sizes. Half the smaller bits are the same size. The bits definitely aren't good enough to drill steel. Some of them are too junky to even drill aluminum reliably. If you need cheap drill bits, look for another set. These are worthless.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
My Fault for now reading the item description and reviewsAug 04, 2012
These are absolute garbage. I ordered them in a hurry and didn't read the item description or reviews. Shame on me.
These are high speed steel bits with a light layer of something gold in color. The first time I tried to drill steel, the gold color came off.
The bits are very low quality. Some have inconsistent diameter on the length of the bit. Very poor quality - its hard to describe, but they metal in the bits has a rough texture like it was made in a very low quality process.
With the half inch bit, I couldn't even start a hole in mild steel.
Not impressedDec 25, 2012
The tools were definitely made somewhere in Asia (I think you know where that is). They were covered in some sort of strange sticky grease. The titanium was merely a gimmick to make you think they were good for drilling hardened metals. When I tried to do so all I succeeded in doing was making a completely blunt drill bit. The majority bits also were not even close to being straight so you would get an oblong hole if you were to succeed in drilling one. But I suppose you get what you pay for.
8 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Wide Drill Assortment PackageFeb 04, 2010
By Skip W.
This is quite an assortment of drills. They seem to hold up well with use. I won't use them frequently but trust they will work when I need them. They have worked well with both a power drill and rotary hand drill. Pretty good value that I'd recommend to others for the light duty use I'll have them for.
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