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Milwaukee Driver Bits


steptoe

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steptoe

the shite-iest driver bits I have ever used

they dont fit PZ2 screws properly

and my milwaukee normal 12v driver breaks their 'impact' bits without much effort

do NOT buy these,

I have went through almost 3 packs in less than 6 months.

 

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NozSpark

I use Dewalt ones....a single one lasts as long as a whole pack of the Milwaukee ones

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kerching

Pure unadulterated diarrhoea .made from cheese and flour.,my granddaughters 'little builder' tool,set is better

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Andy™

i normally use wera bitorsion. usually get 4-6 months use before it snaps or wears too much

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sprocketflup

Another vote for the Dewalt ones, seem pretty good

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+1 On the DeWalt bits. Don't really get on with their tools but love their bits.

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kerching

I have no problem with Dewalt cordless, apart from 12V AEG everything else

Trim saw

Impact

Multi

Recip,saw

Jigsaw

Angle grinder are all Dewalt

ALL mains /110 drills are Makita

ALL bits are now NOT Milawanky

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steptoe

arent AEG the diy milwanky?

BTW,

I'll 98th dewalt bits too, they are the best Ive used yet,#

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Sharpend

Yes too AEG, agree with dewalt driver bits but wouldn't touch their drill bits, bosch blue all the way for drill bits.

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kerching

Whatever happened to Bosch blue SDS BIts?

Cannot find stockists anymore

Yes AEG is the illegitimate half cousin of Milwanky

BUT the 12V AEG B series is brilliant....three year warranty!

I have 2 impact, 2 2 speed, 2 single speed. YES I KNOW it is a few too many BUT they were on offer and were mostly bought for the batteries and chargers as the "suppliers" had them priced up incorrectly.

Spookily they all develope an imtermittent fault after about 2.75 years....weird or what! ;)

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Haven't we had the AEG discussion before?

 

My impression is that were good when they were "blue" but they got bought out by TTI who turned them "orange" and now not so good. The new range "equivalent" dropped the metal chuck etc.

 

I have an old Ryobi 12V cordless and it's magic,very nicely balanced etc. TTI now I believe own them too.

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kerching

Cannot fault my AEGs.....apart from this weird intermittent fault JUST before warranty ends......;))

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Cannot fault my AEGs.....apart from this weird intermittent fault JUST before warranty ends...... ;))

 

Old blue style or the new orange & black jobbies?

Must be possible now to 3D print an adapter so you could use say 18V Li-ion batteries of one make on another...........

 

Seem also to remember taking drills apart years ago and the motors were somewhat universal as in they would would work on 10 - 18V............

 

just musing  :lol:

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