DEWALT Screwdriver Bit Set, Impact Ready, FlexTorq, 40-Piece (DWA2T40IR) – Drill Bit Sets –
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DEWALT Screwdriver 40-Piece (DWA2T40IR)
DEWALT Screwdriver 40-Piece (DWA2T40IR). 45 Piece Screwdiving Bit Set with toughcase.
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||
8.75 x 1.56 x 8.75 inches
|Number Of Pieces||
8.75 x 1.56 x 8.75 inches
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|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||
Black/Silver IMPACT READY FlexTorq Screw Driving Set, 40-Piece
40-Piece Impact Ready Set
Screwdriver Bit Set
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Good set of bits with the variety I needed. I haven’t found a screw yet, that I can’t find a bit for. The part I love though is how easy the bits are to remove and replace into the racks. I have an older version of this product that I bought years ago and it is never easy to get the bit loose and half the time I don’t get them back in properly and they fall out. So, I end edup with box half full of loose bits.
Joseph Blood Jr. –
Jeff W. –
Just what i was looking for -has the locking insert for the electric screwdirver, the bscrew holder, and all the bits. High quality and sturdy.
The set has got everything you’d need to work with fasteners. Pairs well with the DeWalt DFC680.
Good for a beginners set
Good set to have just laying around the house. Most of us only need to use just one or two pieces but it comes with extra and you’ll never know when you need those other ones
First, this isn’t my first driver set/kit. It is just the first kit that is very well thought out.It really starts with the case. The case is as much a part of the tool as any driver. There are so many features it is hard to describe them. The tools fit. The tools are easy to extract. There is extra room. But further, the box for the bits is color coded black while the matching case for the drill bits is color coded yellow. This saves me time when I am taking the tools from the bag–or picking them up off a bench. Another bonus is that the cases snap together and can be held easily in you hand–a very pleasant surprise. And I have unintentionally proven that the cases survive drops without breaking or scrambling or dropping their contents. Even the hinges exceed any I’ve seen on plastic boxes opening the halves flat and the latches work with your thumb and aren’t in the way when open. And the cases can be reconfigured with their dovetail joints!The drivers are also excellent with a good selection. But keep in mind that DeWalt has also thoughtfully configured different tool selections to be ideal for specific crafts. The idea is that drywall guys, plumbers, carpenters, HVAC and others each need a different selection. Finding the correct configuration for yourself may be challenging, since I didn’t see any labels that specified trade when I was looking.The kit that I am reviewing hasPhilips: 7 short #2, 1 short #1, 1 short #3, 6 “long” #2, 1 extra-long #2 with magnetic screw collar.Straight: 2 short 0.280 wide, 2 short 0.247 wide both mic at .047 thick.Robertson (square): 4 short #2, 1 short #3.Torx: 1 short T15, 2 short T20, 3 short T25, 1 short T27, 1 long T20, 1 long T25Magnetic Hex socket: 1/4 and 5/16Magnetic hex bit holder to hold the short drivers in a power driver.3/8 inch socket drive adapter.So this set is ideal for a wide variety of tasks from hanging curtains and blinds (hex socket drivers); building decks (Torx drivers, Phillips drivers); hanging drywall (#2 Philips driver with magnetic screw collar); working on parts of a car or truck, or woodworking.Now there are other features, like a composite shaft on the long drivers and the magnetic collar screw holder that I either don’t fully understand or don’t yet know how to use every feature. The composite shafts work well, as far as I can test. These bits are lighter than steel shafts, and they supposedly flex a bit, though I don’t have a way to measure this. I suspect that they are brilliant improvements for simplifying the machining when they make billions of these drivers. If so, my concern is that they might fall apart with time–sort of like the expensive plastic handles on chisels made in the 1950’s didn’t make it through the 1980s. I suspect that these bits won’t last forever even with care–but then, my battery-powered drill driver won’t last forever either.I am already on version 5 or 6 of battery-powered drills and drivers. Now, with brushless motors, LED lights, and powerful, low-weight batteries they seem to be perfected. Couple them with these sets of drivers and drills, and we are so far ahead of the electric drill my Dad had in 1954–we have no idea how good we’ve got it!However, I still have that drill and it still works!Update: Now I have had this set for some time I can relate two things. First is the “Flat” screw driver bits for straight slot screws didn’t last through one screw. The tip was sheared off in the head of the screw! I’ve never seen anything like it. The other bits have lasted well, though the Torx and Philips patterns look worn after the first screw. The flex shaft bits work but the shaft does not take abrasion well. However, I like the set so much that I am buying a second set.
Raymond E. Cady –
Great price. They work great. Good deal.