Impact Duty Driver Bits
Provides extreme durability for the most demanding job site applications.
Laser blasted tip, generates best fit over the life of the bit
Each driver bit has a optimized length and width Shockzone to absorb peak torque and prevent breaking
Custom Alloy Steel Icon
Phillips, Square, Torx, Slotted, ECX, Pozidriv
Size Assortment: Ph1, Ph2, Ph3, P2R
Size Assortment: T15, T20, T25, T30, T10, T40, T27
Size Assortment: SQ1, SQ2, SQ3
Size Assortment: ECX 1, ECX 2
SAE Bit: 1/16", 5/56", 1/8", 7/64", 1/8", 9/64", 5/32", 3/16", 1/4"
|Bit Material||Other||Drill Bit Type||Screwdriver|
|Drill Bit Type(s) Included||Bit Extender/ Holder||Drive Style||N/A|
|Impact Driver Capability||Impact Rated||Individual/Set||Set|
|Material Application||Aluminum, Wood||Number of Pieces||5-10 Pieces|
|Number of Pieces||9||Returnable||90-Day|
|Shank Style||Hex||Tools Product Type||Other|
A: Hi Mike- no, these bits are not magnetic.
A: Hi Kenn- Milwaukee Tool was started in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1924 and we have manufactured products domestically ever since. We have more than 14 manufacturing and operations facilities in the U.S. that are critical components of our global manufacturing footprint. Over the last several years, Milwaukee® has delivered hundreds of game-changing solutions to the industry, driving significant double-digit growth for our company worldwide. To maintain and support this pace of growth, we continue to diversify our operations to better serve our customers around the world. This includes manufacturing and operations presences in the UK, Germany, China, Vietnam, and the Czech Republic.
A: The back of the product packaging said "Professionally Made in China for Milwaukee Tool". I do not use these bits often enough to know their quality. I hope this information helps you.
A: They are made in the USA
A: The package states they are "Professionally Made In China for Milwaukee Tool" I have only use two of the bit sizes but they worked beautifully.
A: Yes, they are made in the USA
A: YES...As long as the end of your "universal" screwdriver has the hex opening...No Problem