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[Home Hardware] BENCHMARK 13 Piece Tri-bore Cobalt Drill Bit Set for $9.97 or KRAZY GLUE 4 Pack 0.5mL Glue Singles for $3.57

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[Home Hardware] BENCHMARK 13 Piece Tri-bore Cobalt Drill Bit Set for $9.97 or KRAZY GLUE 4 Pack 0.5mL Glue Singles for $3.57

BENCHMARK 13 Piece Tri-bore Cobalt Drill Bit Set advertisedd price is half off.
  • Tri-Bore(TM) cobalt drill bits feature three cutting edges and flutes
  • Precision-ground from strong and heat-resistant M35 high-speed steel, with 5% cobalt
  • The third flute distributes cutting work and decreases pressure on each cutting edge
  • Drills 3x more holes, up to 20% faster, cutting exceptionally round, concentric holes
  • Ideal for use on hardened steels including mild, high-alloy and stainless steel, as well as cast iron
  • Not recommended for use on soft metals, wood, or plastic
  • Case includes extra storage compartment for bits, screws, and more
  • 13 piece set
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KRAZY GLUE 4 Pack 0.5mL Glue Singles, each pack has 4 tubes, typically 1 tube sells for this price.
  • Single-use applicators offers quick convenience and ease-of-use for home, office and craft projects
  • Twist the self-piercing cap to open, use and throw away
  • Convenient storage case provides organization for kitchen drawers and workshops and is great for on-the-go
  • For use on plastic, metal, wood, rubber, glass and more
  • 4 x 0.5ML
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Tahsis
Can anyone comment on the quality of those bits? The regular price is suspiciously low for decent cobalt bits.
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somewhere in B.C.
largest size it 1/4" ?? I would have expected at least 3/8"
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does crazy glue work on hair as good as gorilla glue??
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Seems decent, thanks OP. I may have to curbside a set of the bits.

On a separate note, why can't these mf'ers specify the bit sizes using 64ths for all of them?? Like this set of 4/64, 5/64, 6/64, 7/64, 8/64, 9/64, 10/64, 11/64, 12/64, 13/64, 14/64, 15/64, and 16/64 - so what if the fraction isn't simplified? It's so much easier to compare the sizes when I think of them in 64ths.

Better yet, when will drill bits be made in metric
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AdamInToronto wrote: Seems decent, thanks OP. I may have to curbside a set of the bits.

On a separate note, why can't these mf'ers specify the bit sizes using 64ths for all of them?? Like this set of 4/64, 5/64, 6/64, 7/64, 8/64, 9/64, 10/64, 11/64, 12/64, 13/64, 14/64, 15/64, and 16/64 - so what if the fraction isn't simplified? It's so much easier to compare the sizes when I think of them in 64ths.

Better yet, when will drill bits be made in metric
No, and no thanks.

4/64 is a ridiculous way to say 1/16. I don’t want to buy a 38x89x2438 piece of lumber either.

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