|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.8 x 8.8 x 1.4 inches|
|Item model number||DW1361|
|Style||21-pc bit set|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||21|
|Warranty Description||30 Day Money Back Guarantee|
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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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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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But my review is for THESE bits. I give them five stars because they are very good bits for the money. I bought them for utility use when I do not want to use my good bits. I have been quite happy with them. Some people give less than five star reviews for these bits complaining that they are cheap Chinese junk. Well for crying out loud, it is a 21 bit set and only costs $23! What do these folks expect for $23?I I do not use these bits on ferrous metals. You can use them on metal, but they will soon need sharpening. I use them primarily on aluminum, wood and plastics.
If you want premium bits for drilling metal, try the American made Triumph cobalt steel 15 bit set that will set you back $160. Or, for wood try the Lee Valley Tools carbide tipped brad point 7 bit set that will set you back $135. Both of these bit sets are premium tools. Just remember the tool rule: You get what you pay for. Good tools pay for themselves. I can't understand reviewers that buy a $10 tool, then complain because it is of lower quality than a $50 version.
Looking at other reviews I guess I am one of the few who likes the case as it keeps them all organized and compact vs. laying around on a countertop in your shop, and the smaller size means you can quickly grab it and go: I keep a set in my truck as well as in the house.
One thing I do with these Dewalt containers in order to tell the screw sets differentiated from the drill bit set (sold separately): grab a Sharpie and write “Drill Bits” on both sides, as I can’t tell you how many times I’ve grabbed the drill bit set when I meant to grab the screws and vice versa.
I picked these up during an Amazon sale for just under $25, and as I type up this review they are listed at $27.65; it’s still a great deal as the same set is $34.99 at my local Home Depot.
The case they come in, however, seems to be made from very cheaply molded plastic, and mine is such a rough fit that I can barely get the latch open/closed. Maybe I just got a dud, but even if it did work, the case would be nothing to write home about. Fortunately, I have a good, old-fashioned metal drill bit index to keep my bits in instead.