RYOBI introduces the 10 PC. Impact Drive Bit Set with Belt Clip Storage Case. This kit features a wide assortment of impact rated bits that have 3X longer life. The rotating belt clip case provides unique bit storage versatility. The case can be hung up by a nail or peg on your workbench, or clipped onto your belt for on the go, mobile tasks. The clear case allows you to easily identify your bits for efficiency during all steps of your project. The 2 in. bits feature a TORSION ZONE that is engineered to absorb the high torque and demand that comes with the use of an impact driver. The green band on bits makes it easy to find in your work bench, tool box, and job site. This set includes (3) 2 in. PH2, (2) SQ2 Bit, (2) Torx #25, (1) Torx #30, (1) SL8, and (1) SL10.
3X Longer life impact rated drive bits
Rotating belt clip case for portable storage and easy accessibility
TORSION ZONE to absorb impact from high torque applications and demand that comes with the use of an impact driver
Impact Rated bits for use in impact drivers and drills
Green band on bits makes it easy to find in your work bench, tool box, and job site
I have a couple of Ryobi bit & drill sets for my impact wrench, which I keep in my shed. They are all in convenient sized cases, with good selections so I don't have to carry around the bigger sets that I have in my workshop. The bit case also has spare slots to hold different bits that I might take out of my workshop from time to time. I ordered these bit sets on-line, they arrived in a few days in perfection. Should the need arise to order more, I would not hesitate to re-order them on-line.
These bits have held up well with driving into dense studs. The storage pack folds up to display the bits for easy use. The bits are labeled both on the pack and imprinted (not printed) on each bit so you can keep sizes straight. The bits work well with quick release collars and have a longer than typical neck so they don't fall back into the driver. They withstand the torque from impact driving and even include two flat head bits (not great for hard driving due to slippage but good to have for regular screws and not included in other bit packs I have had).
I have had a number of impact driver sets over the years as I use my impact driver for a number of different applications. This one stands out. Not only is it easy to see with the bright green/yellow Ryobi color, it has a very convenient belt clip so that the drivers go along with you where every you are.
There is a nice variety of different driver bits for all your impact driver needs. There are also a number of extra slots for adding onto the bits you might need.
I am very happy with this set and have already used several of the bits for jobs I was on and all performed just ask I expected they would.
Alloy steel starter set for impact driver with case
Nice started set of bits for your impact driver. These Ryobi bits are alloy steel, so they can withstand the shock and wear of impact drilling without easily stripping or breaking. There are 10 basic tips and sizes that are the most common. A convenient carrying case with a clear lid makes it easier to keep track of the bits. The case has secure slots, so the bits don't tumble around when transporting.
RYOBI Impact Driver Alloy Steel Bit Set with Belt Clip (10-Piece). When I got my Ryobi Impact Driver, I realized that I lacked the appropriate accessories to make it as useful as it could be. I managed to strip out some conventional screwdriver bits and hex sockets before I learned my lesson. Slowly I’ve begun to collect some properly “impact rated” bits and bobs, but doing that by ones and twos gets costly. This Ryobi Driver Bit Set would be a great starter kit with a selection of the bits that get used the most (Three different sized star (Torx) bits, two square shank (Robertson), two flat head, and three Phillips screwdriver bits ) – and an organizing case – at about the price of two or three individual bits. The bits themselves are up to the task – hardened alloy steel with a “shock zone” in each bit to help manage the impacts. This should be a no-brainer purchase with each impact driver that is sold!
Ryobi impact bits are right at your fingertips. The belt case is handy if you are doing a lot of work. There are extra slots in the case if you want to add more than the ten that are initially in the case. Most of the bits are #2 sizes and an assortment of Philips, square flat and t25s. These are great bits and last me a long time between having to use a new bit.
The RYOBI 10-Piece Impact Driver Bit Set is a nice design. I was disappointed because the kit does not include a T-20 Torx bit which is one of the driver bits that I use most often. It seems to be good idea to carry all of the driver bits you may need on your belt, but I find that the case is a little too bulky to carry on my belt. But, I do like the case for carrying driver bits into the attic or other places where you never know what driver bit you may need.
The driver bits fit very well and latch perfectly in my cordless RYOBI driver. But, the driver bits could be longer for use in my cordless drill. I am forced to use the chuck to hold the driver bits in my RYOBI drill because the driver bits are not long enough to catch in the built-in latch in back of the chuck on the drill.
I recommend the RYOBI 10-Piece Impact Driver Bit Set for DIYers who need a small set of driver bits and a nice case to store them. But, you will have to purchase a T-20 Torx bit separately if you have fasteners that use this size bit. Space is provided in the case to store up to five additional driver bits.
RYOBI thinks of everything. Wow! I love that I can clip this kit to my belt and just go. When I'm done, I can hang it on my peg wall, or even tote it with my tool bag or back pack. The bits are very durable. I used them to unscrew woodscrews on some outdoor lighting that I had hung for the spring and summer. With fall here, I've begun to winterize. I really enjoyed that I could take the small sized case with me and switch out bits on the fly. A little bonus is that the bits are marked with their perspective size as well.This kit will go a long ways and the value and quality are fantastic. This is an easy RECOMMENDATION! This is also the perfect stocking stuffer. I'm already thinking of getting my coworkers a set of these each.
This is a clever case with a handy, clear window and a belt clip that holds 16 hex-shank, driver bits. The set includes 10 bits so there is space for 6 more -- as long as they are not very wide or tall. Phillips, Slotted, Square and Torx bits fit fine. The shank with a ball in it to hold sockets should fit, also, when it is empty. I don’ t think there is space to leave a socket on it. Actually, this 16-bit case is convenient for me because I have small fingers. Many people will want to leave those extra 6 spaces empty because crowding makes it hard to grab the individual bits. Also, it takes a bit of force to rotate the bit holder up. Hopefully, it will get easier with time. If not, I will reshape the plastic bumps at the end so they slip in and out of their holes more easily. The belt clip can also be turned around so you can hang the case up on a hook or nail (see photo), but I just throw it in the bag with my drill/driver. I have used the Phillips#2 and a square bit so far. Each bit is engraved with its shape and size which is nice. They work fine. I like the length of these bits; they are easy to load. Also, the green part takes a little bit of the jerk out of starting and stopping. I use a drill/driver with a chuck. I am sure they will work great in an impact driver with a collet, too.
This Ryobi Impact Bit Set is very handy. It contains Phillips #2, Square #2, Torx 25 and 30 and a couple of straight bits. The Phillips bit fits just about every Phillips deck screw or drywall screw out there. The square head fits the common cabinet screws. The straight bit has limited uses as far as I'm concerned, but it's nice to have just in case. The only issue is the 2 torx bits. Most of the Torx deck screws sold by HD and others are T20 and T15. I'm sure T25 and 30 are used somewhere, but it's not something I can use very often. The bits seem to be very well made and durable. I like the longer shafts. The belt clip on the box is pretty much useless. It spins very easily, even when on your belt. So I can see it falling off all the time. I probably wouldn't use the belt clip even if it was perfect, so for me it's a non-issue. All in all, I'm pretty happy with the set.