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TurtlePower5678
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Really nice little kit, comes in a hard case. 1,600 reviews, 5 stars, known Brand. A steal for $10, normally it's $32 - look at camelcamel it's the cheapest it's been since 2014.

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Add on Item. Same price at Sears with in store pick up.http://www.sears.com/dewalt-45-pc-screwdriving-bit-set-w-case/p-... 

I got it at Sears for $5.55 by using $4 in surprise points.

only about 10 bits are worth using..the rest will never be used.

TurtlePower5678 said:   Really nice little kit, comes in a hard case. 1,600 reviews, 5 stars, known Brand. A steal for $10, normally it's $32 - look at camelcamel it's the cheapest it's been since 2014.

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  According to the camel it's normally about $15 -- still a good deal.

comprx said:   
TurtlePower5678 said:   Really nice little kit, comes in a hard case. 1,600 reviews, 5 stars, known Brand. A steal for $10, normally it's $32 - look at camelcamel it's the cheapest it's been since 2014.

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  According to the camel it's normally about $15 -- still a good deal.

  Hmm, out of the last 30 days it has been $9.55 24 of them.  Not Hot IMHO.

Makita bit kits don't cost $32 and they are far better than dewalt.
While this may be cheaper than usual, not something I would consider hot.

True, but the Makita bit case is not yellow. That seems to be a dealbreaker for some.



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