Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 51
Rated 3 out of 5Â by mdb007 It's ok for the money
I purchase this for the price and to have the extension bit to screw new kitchen cabinets in with the torx bits as I am switching from old phillips and flatheads. You will get many extra phillips and flathead bits along with just one size each of the star bits and square drive.
However i already chewed up one phillips bit with not much use, problem? Made in China, the metal used for the bits is too soft. Just because it has the Dewalt name does not make it a great bit. But for the weekend warrior you should get a few years use from this nice selection.
June 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by ysellit lots of commonly used bits and easy store pickup.
The bit kit has multiples of common bits like the #2 Phillips, I swapped out the 5 square drive bits and superfluous #2's and replaced them with torx and hex bits I had from another kit. So now I can carry all the bits I will ever use in one handy box.
The holders are a bit tight, but they won't ever come loose and rattle around.
I like how the bit holder has the sliding sleeve to hold the screw in place until you are ready to drill. Saves me lots of time and effort.
I believe Home Depot has, after my fifth online purchase/store pickup, the fastest transaction time of any brick and mortar I have purchased from. They have the item right behind the desk, and I am in an out in minutes. I have waited more than 30 minutes for some "Ship to Store" transactions!
March 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Ozarkcajun Great, handy set of bits!!!
Bits are well boxed and seem to be of good quality
July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by John Good Value.
The brand name and value were the things that attracted me to the product.
July 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DavidW Good value, annoying bit holders
The bits have been strong enough so far, and the magnetic chuck is worth half the price by itself. The case is nice enough, with a slide-lock and fairly strong construction. So, the bit holders have to be pretty bad to mar the product. They are. It requires far too much effort to extract bits, and inserting bits is an exercise in frustration. Cold weather only makes it worse as the plastic becomes even more inflexible.
March 13, 2012