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Double-ended bits aren’t anything new, but we still like the concept — if you dull or damage one end of the bit, you just swap it end for end and keep on working.

This 10-piece set from Milwaukee includes 7/64″, 1/8″, 9/64″, 5/32″, 3/16″, 7/32″, 1/4″, No. 11, No. 20, and No. 30. double-ended bits.  The self-centering 135° split point reduces walking, and you can use it on a wide range of materials.

Pricing for the set starts at $15.

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3 Responses to Two Drill Bits In One

  1. fred says:

    We used to call these tin knocker’s drills – with the idea that they were mostly used in the sheet metal trade.

  2. kyle says:

    By going to an autobody suply store you can get 1/8″ bits in packs of 12 for just a few dollars.

  3. Brice says:

    I’ve had these in the past and I don’t recommend them for portable drilling applications. If the drill isn’t chucked hard enough, the bit slips back in the chuck and damages the screw that holds the chuck on. Not worth it.

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