Milwaukee 48-89-4631 23-Piece TiN Shockwave Drill Bit Kit


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INCLUDES:
• (2) 48-89-4601 Milwaukee 1/16" Titanium Shockwave
• (2) 48-89-4602 Milwaukee 5/64" Titanium Shockwave
• (1) 48-89-4603 Milwaukee 3/32" Titanium Shockwave
• (2) 48-89-4604 Milwaukee 7/64" Titanium Shockwave
• (2) 48-89-4605 Milwaukee 1/8" Titanium Shockwave
• (1) 48-89-4606 Milwaukee 9/64" Titanium Shockwave
• (2) 48-89-4607 Milwaukee 5/32" Titanium Shockwave
• (1) 48-89-4608 Milwaukee 11/64" Titanium Shockwave
• (2) 48-89-4609 Milwaukee 3/16" Titanium Shockwave
• (1) 48-89-4610 Milwaukee 13/64" Titanium Shockwave
• (1) 48-89-4611 Milwaukee 7/32" Titanium Shockwave
• (2) 48-89-4613 Milwaukee 1/4" Titanium Shockwave
• (1) 48-89-4617 Milwaukee 5/16" Titanium Shockwave
• (1) 48-89-4621 Milwaukee 3/8" Titanium Shockwave

FEATURES:
• Titanium Coating for Up to 3X Life vs. Black Oxide
• SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty, Engineered forDrills and Impacts
• RED HELIX Design for Rapid Chip Removal
• CHIP BREAKER Decreased Heat Buildup
• 135° split point for precision start no walking


Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Titanium Drill Bits with RED HELIX are engineered for impacts and drills. Designed with a Variable Helix with an aggressive 35(more...)

Customer Reviews

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C
Clarkson
Drill bits

The drill bits and case are nice

C
Cam007420
Very disappointed

Never been more disappointed, broke almost every bit in the kit. I was only drilling into wood, not steel I beams. Doubt I'll be buying anymore of these.

H
HomeDepotSux
Will try different product before different brand

Always appreciated the compatibility with bit holders. Unfortunately seems as all of my bits under 7/32 size are broken or broken before trashing. Have 3 cases with left side empty on all 3.....most recent one didn't have a threaded mount on it(which i use) even though packaging said onewas there.....

M
Mur man
Bad batch of bits

I'v been through 4 boxes of these sets in the last 5 years and they have proven to be far less durable than any other bits out there. My newest 1/8" bit broke in 10 seconds while drilling through thin gauge sheet metal covering a wooden parapet wall.

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Dadah
Yes

I drill wood, soft and hard metals. Dad taught me to keep everything in alignment, don’t force it and let the drill do the work. Haven’t broken a drill yet and I break plenty. I’ll be back to give the 5th star after using them a while.

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