|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.4 x 9.8 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||3041006|
|Item Package Quantity||6|
|Cutting Diameter||0.5 inches;0.625 inches;0.875 inches;1 inches|
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Irwin Industrial Tools 3041006 Speebor Max Spade Bit Set, 6-Piece
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- This product is highly durable
- This product is manufactured in China.
- The Fastest Speebor spade bit ever
- Tri-Flute design for faster chip ejection
- Cutting spurs have 3 cutting edges for added durability
- Full screw tip allows bit to self feed
- Grooved hex shank prevents slipping in drill chuck or bit extension
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SPEEDBOR Max Speed bits feature cutting spurs on each blade for cleaner drilled holes
About IRWIN Tools
IRWIN Tools manufactures and distributes professional grade hand tools and power tool accessories worldwide for trade professionals who demand superior performance and durability on the job. IRWIN Tools' brand portfolio features user-preferred category leaders such as IRWIN, VISE-GRIP, MARATHON, QUICK-GRIP, SPEEDBOR, STRAIT-LINE, MARPLES, UNIBIT, and HANSON.
For over a century, innovation has been the hallmark of IRWIN Tools. This puts IRWIN at the forefront of the industry, creating superior tools for the professional tradesman.
IRWIN Tools 6-Piece SPEEDBOR Max Speed Tri-Flute Wood Drill Bit Set
IRWIN's Fastest SPEEDBOR Bits with Thicker Cutting Edge and Larger Shank
Take advantage of IRWIN SPEEDBOR design with this 6 piece tri-flute wood drill bit set. Packed with features to improve cutting and durability, this set includes 6 SPEEDBOR MAX Speed bits with a hinged hard storage case to organize and protect each bit. Included are 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 1 and 1-1/4-inch bits.
- Kit with case includes 6 bits for a variety of wood drilling tasks
- SPEEDBOR design for maximum drilling speed and faster chip removal
- Quick-change shanks built 25% larger for durability
Features SPEEDBOR Design for Improved Performance
Patented Blue-Groove Design
Blue-Groove clears chips from the drilled surface faster, improving overall drilling speed. Three cutting spurs scribe the outside of the hole throughout the drilling process for cleaner holes with reduced breakout.
The full screw-point tip grabs and pulls itself into wood as drilling starts, making wood drilling easier.
Thicker Cutting Edges
Each SPEEDBOR Max Speed bit is built with a 40% thicker cutting surfaces and a 25% larger shank over previous IRWIN bits for increased dependability and durability.
IRWIN built SPEEDBOR shanks 25% larger than previous models for added durability. The shanks are compatible with Lock-N-Load Quick-Change Adapters and impact drills.
Add IRWIN Cutting-Edge Technology to Any Wood Drilling Tasks
SPEEDBOR Spade Bits
Two cutting spurs cut faster, cleaner holes with less breakout and extended drilling life. 40% thicker cutting edges and 25% larger shanks over previous IRWIN models resist wear and add durability.
Auger Bits with WeldTec
Durable fully-forged bit is designed with an aggressive screw-pitch for faster drilling. Patent-pending welded cutting edge for extreme life in tough materials, including nail-embedded wood. Wide flutes remove the maximum amount of chips with less binding.
SPEEDBOR Max Self-Feed Bits
Three re-sharpenable cutting edges are hardened for extreme durability and long life in tough materials. Replaceable screw-point tip pulls bit fast for clean, true holes.
Over a Century of Quality and Innovation
In 1885, the IRWIN Auger Bit Company was formed. Over 125 years later, IRWIN is still the leading manufacturer of drilling bits, fastener drives, and accessories. No matter what drilling project, IRWIN Tools makes a drill bit that performs the job better. IRWIN's mark of quality is stamped right on the shank of its full range of bits. Whether the job requires quick, clean holes or precise finish work, IRWIN has a bit for every application and every need.
|Spade Bit||Solid Center Auger Bit||Hollow Center Auger Bit||Quick Change Extension||Tri-Flute Bit||Self-Feed Bit|
|Size Range||1/4" to 1-1/2" diameter, 4-3/4" to 16" lengths||1/4" to 1-1/2" diameter, 7-1/2" length||3/8" to 2" diameter 7-1/2" to 29" lengths||1/4" available in system for quick release and fast bit changes. 2", 6" and 12" length. 3/8" available in 2", 5-1/2" and 12" length. 7/16" available in 5-1/2", 12" and 18" length||7/16" to 1-1/2" diameter||1" to 4-5/8" diameter|
|Typical Trades||Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing||Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing||Public Utilities, Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, Log Homes||Woodworking, Cabinet Making||Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing||Plumbing, Electrical, General Contracting|
|Spurs for Fast Chip Removal||✓||✓||✓|
|Replaceable Self-Feeding Tip||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
Another con is that you shouldn't even think about trying these at more than a few degrees of angle from the wood surface. They need to go straight into the face of the board, or they will run, not walk across your work, dragging that pilot cone like a router bit, digging an unwanted groove in the work.
Pros - fast, clean holes, clean entry, clean exit.
Cons - Need a powerful drill, clogs with shavings, cannot be used at any kind of angle.
I bought a 5/8 for my cordless drill for your standard hole to run electrical wires through. And found it puts less stress on my motor and drills a lot smother than a standard auger bit (it doesn't "chew" the wood, it drills it out) so I bought the set. They also leave a pretty clean hole, witch I've found to be useful when drill a 2x4 diagonally. So far they have not slipped or ripped they're selves away from work where I don't have full surface contact. It stays pretty sharp I've probly drilled well over 400 holes with the 5/8 I mentioned and is still plenty sharp to be useful.o
Not all precisely made, many I've tried out seem to be bent or warped a little. They still work fine though, it doesn't seem to effect they're performance at all.
NOT a nail eater, if you hit hard metal like a big nail or a cable staple (or masonry) you will have to touch it up with a file (a rounded file, that most don't carry with them). It's got good tempering and toughness for wood and wood like materials but it's just not a vary hard/metal. Try out Greenlee's auger bits, the nail eaters seem to have the best ware resistance and toughness.
Not made for deep holes. Every time I drill DOWN/SIDEWAYS through something thicker than a 4/4 the bit sort of get`s stuck behind the waste martial. Though most bits like this do that.
As long as you're not drilling blind all the time and in 2x4 or less type wood they are well worth the money, if they where made out of some harder metal, longer flutes and made truer they would have gotten a five star review at this price easy.Read more ›
My solution? I drill a pilot hole with a diameter that is larger than the self feeding screw tip through the wood to be bored first. This prevents the bit from self feeding into the wood and stalling out, and the bits still work very well without the self feeding action of the screw tip.
Hope this tip helps someone who gets frustrated with these bits as I was.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They bore through a 2x4 with some great speed.
Only issue is that puching through the other side can be messing sometimes. Read more
I used them to drill 3/4" holes through 2x4 studs for wiring. They cut cleanly and efficiently, but they also pull through the bit through the wood very quickly! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Boeing Engineer
After trying a variety of drill bits (including more expensive auger bits) these were the best ones at drilling into a tree stump with my 7AMP electric drill. Worked great.Published 15 days ago by Mark Twain "Tony"
They work great and hold up well. Definitely worth the money. Pull the trigger you drilling fool!!Published 22 days ago by Kevin Kelley
The screw pulls the bit through wood too quickly. You need a lot of torque and speed. Not suitable for precision work. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love these things. I've had a single bit for some time and it has held up well to use. Drills quick too, you have to chase it through the wood. Read morePublished 29 days ago by John D. Keeney
This is the first time I've used a Speedbor bit and all bits are probably the same but this product gets my review. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dustjms