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DEWALT DW1361 Titanium Pilot Point Drill Bit Set, 21-Piece

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  • Titanium pilot point for longer bit life
  • Starts on contact for cleaner holes
  • No spin shanks
  • Tapered web provides greater durability to reduce breaking
  • Includes sizes from 1/16-inch to 1/2-inch in a plastic tough case
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Technical Details
Part Number DW1361
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions8.8 x 8.8 x 1.4 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberDW1361
ColorBlack
Materialsteel
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces21
Batteries Required?No
Warranty Description30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  
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ASINB004GIO0F8
Best Sellers Rank #163 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableDecember 16, 2010
  
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Product Description

DEWALT's titanium drill bits have a titanium coating that provides longer life when drilling in non-ferrous metals. These bits are also suitable for drilling in wood and plastic and are ideal for commercial and residential applications. Includes sizes from 1/6-inch to 1/2-inch in a plastic tough case.

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Customer Reviews

Using these drill bits are like cutting through butter.
electrolyte
This is a nice set of bits that comes in a nice case to keep them organized.
nb
Each bit is nice and sharp, and seems like they will last a long time.
Colin J

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Max Power on March 26, 2012
You can drill holes in galvanized metal with these and the titanium coating wont even have a scratch in it. If you cock the bit wrong on accident they have more flex than cheaper bits so they are less likely to snap. When they do snap they are good steel in the middle rather than carbon. I've had these for years. I get cheap sets for $10 thinking that I'm saving money and then they snap off in the middle of their very first hole, that literally happened to me with a set of DrillCraft drills, and that just makes the job that much harder, plus you just threw out your money. With drill bits you always get what you pay for. I usually trust Dewalt. Milwaukee's drill bit set on Amazon is $23 as opposed to this set at $29. Usually milwaukee is just as good, but I haven't tried their drill bits so can't say for sure, just pointing it out. Between Bosch, Milwaukee, and Dewalt, I tend to just go for the cheaper of the 3 because I can't tell any difference in quality.

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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By John Carter on May 30, 2013
You can't buy high grade tools/equipment and give bad reviews because you use them wrong. i think it's fair to say that most folks use a drill by putting in the correct size bit, pulling the trigger and pushing. when you are dealing with varying conditions (materials), it helps to understand that speed, torque and pressure should be adjusted if you are wanting perfection (or as close to it as you can). these bits should not be the only bit set you own. buy a cheap set for situations where cheap sets work fine. i won't get into a long winded discussion on proper use of bits and drills but it almost never hurts to start with a lower torque setting on your drill and work your way up. i don't mean to offend the other reviewers, i've been on job sites and had to school old vets on this subject. i grew up with very basic tools and have had the pleasure of learning new techniques as better tools have come on the market. it takes a lot of trial and error before you find what works best. i like these bits for very hard and very soft materials. i use my cheapo bits for everything in between.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By EOB on December 16, 2012
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I have never purchased titanium bits before. Always used the regular bits and they would dull almost immediately on metal. Tried these bits for drilling through a steel i-beam and was surprised that they did not dull and cut through the beams like butter. I sprayed a lubricant while drilling to help dissipate heat. I definitely recommend these bits!
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By A on February 10, 2012
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I am a huge fan of anything dewalt they seem to make quality products and have not failed me yet. I use these bits for everyday use and love them. The pilot point seems to help with getting holes started and limits the bit from walking in harder materials. I am yet to break a bit although I have not used the smallest bit as of yet. The case is compact and easy to use. Great for the DIYer in us all.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Buffy on July 18, 2013
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These bits are many for the price, but could be sharper
They get dull quickly even with only some pressure on the drill
The case is very good. If you are drilling plastic, pine or aluminum it will work fine.
For hard woods, stainless steel, or hardened materials,
it's not that good
You would need the best steel bits at double the cost.
Also the angle of the tip are honed for general purpose drilling
For non skid pin point starts different steeper angle tips are required
Probably , a full set of individual pilot bit sizes from Greenlee/Textronics would be much better.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth A. Carr on November 4, 2012
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These are sharp and the range of sizes are great too. Have used them on wood and metal in these first few weeks of owning them. Neighbor asked if I had HSS bits to drill holes into 1/4 inch metal plates. So I went to his home with these to try them out. And they cut into the metal fast and easy. In no time the project was done. None have broke as of yet, and even after drilling into the 1/4 metal they are still sharp. The anti slip triangle shape is a time saver also. Once you have it correctly in your key-less chuck you can start drilling without the hassle of having it spin around wildly as you drill into the project. These are easy to use, easy to get the size your looking for, have a tough case included and with proper use will last a long time. YES I WOULD RECOMMEND THESE DRILL BITS.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By G3 on June 2, 2013
These Dewalt titanium-coated drills are some of the best I've used. When new, they are nearly as sharp as machine-shop drill bits, and the coating keeps the edge useful for a LOT of drilling. I had one 1/2" pilot-point bit last through more than 50 holes through 1/4" to 1/2" steel plate.

However, note that once dull, when you sharpen the bit, the coating goes away and so does the longevity of the edge. After sharpening, these drills are good for only 5-10 holes in steel before they dull up again. Kind of disposable in a way. Also, the pilot point drill bits can't be sharpened in a Drill Doctor or any such machine; they have to be hand-ground. Again, sort of a disposable bit. After mine get dull, I'll sharpen them once and then use them only on wood. Since it costs $14 to replace the 1/2" bit, and $24 to get a whole set - - well, you get the idea.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Adker35 on October 23, 2014
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I own a metal fabrication shop and bought these to keep around..The first bit i used was a 1/4" to drill through a piece of 1/8" band stock for a job i was fabricating.. I chucked it into a makita 18 volt battery drill (not a drill press) and just as the bit was going through it caught and the bit bent ….Really? a 1/4" bit bent? I have never in my life had that happen..now I can drill around corners with it.. :( Garbage! Shame on you Dewalt for selling me junk..
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