Sears has the Craftsman 100-Piece Drill/Driver Accessory Kit for $15 with free in-store pickup or $7 shipping. Includes power bits and insert bits, drilling bits, driving bits, and a compact carrying case.
Retail: $30

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    benben Ben's cred: 118
    Posted 6:39 am PDT 10/27/13

    I recently got this kit and started using it, for the price it's very good.

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    bclinton Ben's cred: 188
    Posted 6:58 am PDT 10/27/13

    Craftsman tools have turned to crap. Typical Chinese stuff. Might as well buy from Harbor Freight. The drill bits in this will break easily.

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    Teleman Ben's cred: 290
    Posted 7:25 am PDT 10/27/13

    bclinton wrote:
    Craftsman tools have turned to refurbished bacon. Typical Chinese stuff. Might as well buy from Harbor Freight. The drill bits in this will break easily.


    I have to agree, got a drill from them, looked the same as a HFreight unit, checked the box, made in Chine. Failed 8 months later, was not able to return as the warranty is now 90 days.

    But this is a good price, even if it doesn't last, has many sizes and for basic home use, its not a bad deal. I still am passing as I am tired of low cost kits, as I use them allot. Though much smaller the:

    DEWALT DW2180 35-Piece Impact Ready Drilling/Fastening Set listed on Ben's is a better deal as this is a hardend set and should last some time.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3705
    Posted 9:46 am PDT 10/27/13

    Drill bits that break are a sign of high quality, that they are well hardened. That's just how it goes, you pick low hardness vs high hardness with inherant brittleness.

    It's the cheap low grade bits that flex more, and dull faster. If you want high quality bits and to avoid breaking them, use a drill press.

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    Posted 10:37 am PDT 10/27/13

    Yes... "dave_c" speaks the truth (alias Wo Fat)!

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 725
    Posted 2:56 pm PDT 10/27/13

    Well great or not, I got one. Another set to go through

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    slippast Ben's cred: 17
    Posted 8:33 am PDT 10/28/13

    If you're breaking bits you're using the wrong type. I've gone through a few a cheapo kits like this and the bits wear out long before they break. The masonry bits in this kit would wear out after 1 or 2 uses each. In some cases it just makes sense to buy better quality, but I'm sure the wood bits in this kit would last a while.

    For the record I have a hammer drill from Harbor Freight and that thing kicks major ass. Cost me something like $20 and has put a lot of holes in bricks and cement in its day - and has worn out a lot of cheap masonry bits.

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