Dealamanjaro: Hitachi 35 pc. Impact Rated Torsion Bit Set

September 6th, 2011 by Jim German Leave a reply »

I’m constantly in need of more driver bits, either from them breaking or more often, getting lost.  It’s therefore always great when a nice set  comes along for dirt cheap.  Sears is selling this Hitachi 35 piece set for just $7.50.  Its a nice little set with a few less common bits like square drive and torx in addition to a bunch of Phillips bits.   Best part is they are all impact rated so they’re good to go in all applications.

Source: Sears



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