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Craftsman Bit Sets

Craftsman Bit Sets

Craftsman Bit Sets

These durable, high-performance bit sets can be a valuable part of a new or existing tool collection. What's more, Craftsman offers you several different assortments to best match your drilling needs.

Common Features and Benefits

Most Frequently Used Bit Sizes: Assures that you will find what you need.

Convenient Storage Case: Holds pieces in place for easy access.

Product Specifications

Craftsman 68-Piece Screwdriver Bit Set - #34935

Includes Most Popular Sizes: Makes it easy for you to locate nut and socket drivers.

Magnetic Finder Driver Bit Holder: Provides control for inserting and extracting screws.

Hardened Alloy Steel: Offers long-lasting durability.

 

 

Craftsman 83-Piece Screwdriver Bit Set - #26535

Complete Assortment Set: Includes nut drivers, 2" power bits and 1" insert bits.

Magnetic Finder Driver Bit Holder: Provides control for inserting and extracting screws.

Hardened Allow Steel: Offers long-lasting durability.

 

 

Craftsman 21-Piece Titanium Drill Bit Set - #64072

Popular Bit Sizes: Set includes drill bits under 3/8".

Titanium Coating: Lasts up to three times longer than Craftsman black oxide drill bits.

Speed Tip: Prevents tip from walking and increases cutting speed.  


How About That!

When compared to buying open stock, buying a set can equal 50 – 60% savings.

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You should never force a drill bit when drilling into any material. The drill needs to be in the drilling position. For screwdriver bits, the drill needs to be in the driving position.

Ask An Expert

How do these sets match up against DEWALT and Milwaukee?

Craftsman product performance is best in class. All of these products are manufactured to Craftsman's exacting product specifications.

I need a bit set for multiple driving applications including nuts and sockets.

Our 68-piece driver bit set has an excellent selection of driver bits including nut and socket drivers.

I am drilling into metal. Which drill bit should I use?

If you're drilling multiple holes into light and medium hard metals, titanium is your best choice.