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[Home Depot] MILWAUKEE Shockwave 66 pc PTA kit - HomeDepot.ca - $19.88

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[Home Depot] MILWAUKEE Shockwave 66 pc PTA kit - HomeDepot.ca - $19.88

$19.88 at Home Depot (Reg $29.88, $10.00 off)
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Milwaukee® SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty™ Driver Bits, Nut Drivers, Sockets, and Socket Adapters are engineered for extreme durability and up to 10x life. Made from proprietary steel and heat treated to control hardness, the SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty™ Driver Bits feature an innovatively designed geometric shock absorption zone to extend life. The forged tip allows for a secure grip and maximum contact eliminating stripping or slipping.

Proprietary steel and heat treat process for maximum strength and durability
Forged tips for maximum grip
Geometric design provides the shock absorption
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Fredericton
I have used these bits to drive thousands of 2.5 to 3.5" decking screws, with minimal signs of wear, highly recommended.
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mtseymourguy wrote: What does the 88 mean.
Cents
‎3 Apples that changed the world: the one that Eve ate, the one that fell on Newton's head and the one that Steve Jobs built.
R.I.P Steve jobs...!!
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How many hex shank no. 2 Robertsons are there in this kit?

Those are the only kind I use 99% of the time. Can't tell from pic.
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Nov 20, 2013
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Toronto
Thanks op! Gonna pickup one tomorrow. Love Milwaukee products
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Jul 20, 2014
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Scarborough, ON
Bordak wrote: I have used these bits to drive thousands of 2.5 to 3.5" decking screws, with minimal signs of wear, highly recommended.
+1
thousands of decking screws also 3" 3.5" barely seen any wear on the bits
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OOS in surrounding stores - thanks though OP
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Picked one up last night in Hamilton on Stone Church. Still regular price on the shelf but scanned in at the sale price. There were two left after I took mine. The only thing it's missing for me are socket adapters.
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carmv4 wrote: Picked one up last night in Hamilton on Stone Church. Still regular price on the shelf but scanned in at the sale price. There were two left after I took mine. The only thing it's missing for me are socket adapters.
I saw a much more complete kit with socket adaptors in the latest HD flyer. I think it's Makita and $39.99. (tossed it already)
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Oct 14, 2007
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I did see a big Makita set while I was there. It was tagged at $49.xx so I didn't really check it out. I already have a Ryobi set with socket adapters which I was planning on donating to my dad to replace his garbage HDX bit set. I'll probably just hold on to the socket adapters. Thanks for the heads up though!
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Brampton
The HD in brampton on First Guelph had like 6 sets after I took 1 last night but I saw a bunch of other ones. Dewalt had another 66pc set for like $33 (on sale apparently) but had more drill bits

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