10 Piece Cobalt/HSS Drill Bit Set
10 Piece Cobalt/HSS Drill Bit Set
£29.72 (£24.77 Ex. VAT)

10 Piece Cobalt/HSS Drill Bit Set

Code: 300284

  • M35 precision ground high speed steel
  • For use on alloy, hardened steels, cast iron, titanium and more
  • Set of 10 drill bits
  • Sizes range from 1 - 10mm x 1mm
£29.72 (£24.77 Ex. VAT)

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  • 10 Piece Cobalt/HSS Drill Bit Set
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Total: £78.74

In Detail

Precision ground from M35 high speed steel bars with 5% cobalt achieving a hardness of some 66-67 Rockwell. Intended for use on alloy and hardened steels, cast iron, titanium and many other really tough, hard-to-drill materials such as stainless steel. Sizes range from 1-10mm x 1mm.

Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



8 September 2014

Wholly good

These drills are of excellent quality - out of interest I compared their performance with 'fresh from the packet' standard HSS bits and they won hands down - faster and cleaner holes every time! I obviously don't know yet about longevity, or how they would perform in a production environment, but for me, as a retired tradesman, they represent excellent value for money.

Marri Lorenzo

28 October 2010

Amateur bits

They cut very well into A2 steel , anyway I broke 4 of them in few days of work ,so I'd advise the use of a pillar drill .

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