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Model #B-65399

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Impact 1/4 in. Hex Shank Gold Titanium Drill Bit Set (14-Piece)

  • Drills accurate and clean holes in metal, wood and plastic
  • Coating consists of titanium nitride
  • Material is impact rated
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Product Overview

The Impact GOLD 14-Piece. Titanium Drill Bit Set (B-65399) offers an assortment of hex shank bits for drilling clean and accurate holes in metal, wood and plastic. With the Titanium Nitride (TiN) coating, these bits are engineered to last 2.5X longer than non-coated bits. The 135° split-point geometry is built for fast starts and reduced walking. The bits are impact-rated and for use in hex impact drivers (sold separately). They are ideal for drilling holes in ferrous metal, wood, plastic, non-ferrous metal, cast iron and stainless steel.
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  • Titanium nitride (TiN) coating lasts 2.5X longer than non-coated bits
  • 135° split point geometry for faster starts and reduced walking
  • Impact rated for use in 1/4 in. hex impact drivers
  • For drilling holes in ferrous metal, wood, plastic, non-ferrous metal, cast iron and stainless steel
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.9 in
Product Height (in.)
8.74 in
Product Width (in.)
9.02 in

Details

Bit Material
Titanium
Drill Bit Type
Combination Bit Set
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Twist
Individual/Set
Set
Number of Pieces
14
Returnable
180-Day
Shank Style
Hex
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Can i use it on a drywall?

Asked by MOP November 19, 2019
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These things are as brittle as crayons. Even the 1/2 inch snapped like a pencil. Drywall is probably the only thing I’d go out on a limb to say they are good for.

Are these split point 135 degrees?

Asked by Oggg December 8, 2018
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Yes they are.

Can i use it on drywall?

Asked by Mop November 19, 2019
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Yes. These should work very well on drywall.

Question for a Makita Rep: Reading some of the 1 star reviews posted on the HD web page about def...

Asked by MJP February 13, 2019
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Just got this today, I noticed that the hex shank appears to be attached to the bit with what looks like a pin (as opposed to the competitors "pinched" - those divot you see at the hex shank). Sizes 1/16 - 1/8 are secured with one pin; sizes 9/64 - 1/4 have two pins opposite each other. I just cannot tell whether those pins goes through the bit itself. 5/16 to 3/8 the shank are machined from the bit.

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3/8" Snapped on First Use
I'm a huge fan of Makita tools and just recently started buying their accessories (blades, bits, etc). My first time using these bits the 3/8" snapped at the neck only seconds after starting. As I was only drilling into a plaster and wood lathe wall, I have to assume that there's was a material or manufacturing defect. I've never had this happen with another brand or even another Makita accessory before today.
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Poor quality
I have used these drill bits about 20 times since purchasing. Three of the smaller bits have already broken off at the shank. I expected much better quality from Makita.
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worst bit i have ever gotten
I got this bit because i needed to replace some of my okder bits. I have had nothing but headache using them. One bit snapped off, one bit actually came loose because the item that holds the bit in place got lost when i tried to drill into a 2x4. The 3rd bit was the one that got the job done. Shake my head.
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Shameful product quality. I understand that these are cheap bits. I bought these cheap bits to us...
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Shameful product quality. I understand that these are cheap bits. I bought these cheap bits to use in my little 12v hex driver, just as a matter of convenience. The first time I used one, I tried to drill through some 1/8" thick brass. I got about half way through it before the bit grabbed and the flutes started to unwind right before my eyes. I would say that these must be made of butter, or perhaps cheese, wrapped in some shiny gold foil. Makita - I have no idea why you would put your name on these because it is causing me to question my power tool purchases.
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makita should be more selective what they put their name on!
better bits at harbor freight for half the price! these are great if you're trying to melt through plastic, but they even struggle to get through wood and leave a messy hole! 1 broke (pushing too hard to try to cut through sheer metal), 2 came out of the 1/4" sleeve, the others just burn up on anything metal. worst ever purchase ! (sorry for the typos, this app is terrible to correct mistakes, so I have to submit a is- work with me here, point is DON'T BUY THEM)
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Small bits failed on 1st use. Returning for credit...
Small bits failed on 1st use. Returning for credit
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I don't know enough about drill bits. These are working for my small projects.
I don't know enough about drill bits. These are working for my small projects.
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First time I used the 3/16 bit, it broke........
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First time I used the 3/16 bit, it broke........
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