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Bosch Cobalt Metal Drill Bit Set - 14 Pieces

The fourteen-piece Bosch Cobalt Metal Drill Bit Set was made to keep you working. These bits provide 4X longer life than standard high-speed drill bits, plus they provide outstanding performance in stainless steel. Engineered for contractors and other pros who need solid, reliable bits for demanding drilling applications in stainless, cast iron, and high-density metal.

These bits are also useful for general-application drilling in high-carbon steel and light-gauge metal, as well as wood and plastic. The split-point tip has been engineered for no-skate starts and clean, accurate holes. The three-flat shank design on bits 3/16" and larger promotes better gripping and guards against slipping.


  • Manufactured from cobalt – for drilling in hard and abrasive materials
  • No-skate tip for clean and accurate starts
  • 3-flat shank promotes better grip on bits 3/16" and larger
  • Designed for very high drilling temperatures for superior performance in stainless steel
  • High visibility marking provides clearly marked diameter

Includes: [1] 1/16", [1] 5/64", [1] 3/32", [1] 7/64", [2] 1/8", [1] 9/64", [1] 5/32", [1] 3/16", [1] 7/32", [1] 1/4", [1] 5/16", [1] 3/8", [1] 1/2"


Bosch 2608833802 10mm x 300mm SDS-Plus-5X Hammer Drill Bit for Concrete & Masonry


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Ireland & Northern Ireland - We are sorry we are currently unable to ship to these areas. We hope to be able to supply to you again very soon.


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to UK mainland when you spend £99 (up to 30kg).

You can test your delivery postcode at the first step of the checkout.

A surcharge applies for orders which include a 'bulky' item/where the total weight is over 30kg. A 'bulky' item will highlight itself on the product description page. A surcharge also applies for orders that are being delivered to a UK offshore postcode. This surcharge is discounted when you spend over £99.


Order by 3pm for Next Working Day Delivery

Our working days are Monday - Friday.

Only for in-stock items (on the product description page it will display either 'Next Day' or '3-4 Days Dispatch'). Order by 2pm for single items which trigger a 'Freight Rate' surcharge at the checkout (e.g. heavy generators, table saws). Please allow an extra day for Scottish Highlands postcodes. Freight items can't be delivered offshore.


NEW Cheaper Delivery - £2.99

Untracked 3-5 working day delivery (small parcels).

We can now provide low-cost delivery for certain small parcels of up to 2kg for orders under £99. This service is provided by Royal Mail on a 3-5 working day service (if in stock). It's applicable on accessories from Bosch, Festool, DeWalt, Trend, Fein and Makita.


- Our deliveries are very easy to track, plus you'll get a handy 1 hour delivery window so you know when to expect your items. You'll receive a tracking number with your 'order dispatched' email.


- Your VAT invoice is always in the box with your goods.


- Your goods are always securely packaged when leaving our store. We strive to ensure your goods reach you in prime condition.


Our main couriers is DPD. We use DPD for the vast majority of our deliveries. APC and TNT handle other specific types of deliveries for us. In poor weather conditions, the couriers may experience delays which are out of our control, however we will help you in every way possible to track progress.


- Delivery to construction/job sites is possible but done so at your own risk. Our service can deliver to an address but we cannot guarantee delivery to a specific person or location at the address. Detailed courier instructions/contact number are recommended to pass to the courier for best results.



UK Standard Delivery (Goods below 30kg)

UK Mainland
UK Standard - Next Day - (orders over £99)FREE
UK Standard - Next Day - (orders below £99)£6.95
UK Standard - Next Day before Noon - (over £99)£8.99
UK Standard - Next Day before Noon - (below £99)£15.95
Scottish Highlands
Scottish Highlands - 1-2 Day (orders over £99)FREE
Scottish Highlands - 1-2 Day (orders below £99)£6.95
UK Offshore

Northern Ireland, Scottish Islands & other UK Islands

UK Offshore - 2 Day (over £99)£15.00
UK Offshore - 2 Day (below £99)£21.95
Channel Islands

Channel Islands

Channel Islands - 2 Working Day (over £99)£15.00
Channel Islands - 2 Working Day (below £99)£21.95
Order includes Paslode nails/gas:
Channel Islands - 3-5 Working Day (over £99)£66.00
Channel Islands - 3-5 Working Day (below £99)£72.95


UK Freight Delivery (Goods over 30kg)

It's unsafe to lift anything above 30kg, so a pallet is required to transport these goods.


Want Faster Delivery?

UK - Next Working Day Before Noon for in-stock items and only on weekdays. Orders placed after 3pm on Thursday are received on Monday morning. Orders placed after 3pm on Friday are received on Tuesday morning.

UK - Saturday Premium for in-stock items ordered between 3pm Thursday - 3pm Friday to be received on Saturday. No Sunday deliveries.


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Please wait until we contact you with a time slot for collection. Card payments only.

Want to collect in Glasgow? Reserve online and pick up at your convenience:

1. Add any in-stock items to your basket on our website

2. Select 'Collection - Glasgow Store' at the checkout

3. Enter your name, contact number and email address

4. Collect and pay in store (within 2 business days)


Delivery to Europe - Ireland Only

Delivery is available to Ireland. We're currently unable to ship items above 30kg. You must place your order with VAT added, then we will refund your VAT upon confirmation of your VAT number. We advise you to email your VAT number to [email protected] immediately after placing your order.


All of our delivery charges are as per the costs from the courier. We always strive to improve on these.

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It’s often said that you don’t need a drill bit; what you need is a hole. How you make that hole is up to you, but it’s a given that you want to make it as efficiently as possible. The drill bit, therefore, is built to match the diameter and length of the hole you want to make—as well as the material in which it works. And chances are good that you need more than one bit, you probably need at least a small set to make holes of various diameters.

How To Select a Set
There’s no sense in getting bogged down in complexities of hole making–the fine points belong to industrial users. For the rest of us, all we really need to know are the basics. That’s why we separate out bits for making holes in wood, metal, masonry (concrete or stone), and tile/glass. Some of the drill bits do a pretty good job making holes in more than one material. Other than selecting a bit based on the material you’re drilling, keep in mind the quality of the hole you’re making. That sounds odd. A hole is a hole, right? Wrong, There’s a big difference between a perfectly round and smooth-walled hole for furniture making than a rough-and-ready hole made in framing lumber to fit a pipe or cable. So think about the material, the hole itself, and how you want to make it. Choose your set accordingly.

Big Holes
If you need to make large-diameter holes—something between ¾ inch and 4 inches, let’s say. You don’t want a drill bit, you want a hole saw. Even though these aren’t drill bits, we’ve included a set of these at the bottom of this review. It’s reasonably priced and can serve both homeowners and professional users.

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Professional Woodworker Brad Point Drill Bit Set



Use: WoodType: Brad pointNumber of bits: 25Size range: ⅛ inch to ½ inch

If you’re getting interested in woodworking, this inexpensive brad point bit set is an easy choice. The sharp tip on these bits make it easy to start the bit exactly where you need it, and their geometry—somewhere between a twist drill and an auger bit—makes for good chip ejection.


Irwin Speedbor Spade Bit Set


Use: Wood | Type: Spade | Number of bits: 17 | Size range: ¼ inch to 1½ inches

Spade bits are made for quick-and-rough holes in construction lumber. They don’t leave a particularly clean exit hole, but in most cases that doesn’t matter. Of all the spade bits we’ve tried through the years, we keep coming back to Irwin Speedbor. They’re inexpensive, tough, and can be sharpened with a file. One set will last for years, maybe decades, depending on your use.


Milwaukee Heavy-Duty Self-Feed Bit Set


Use: Wood | Type: Self-feed | Number of bits: 7 | Size range: 1¾ to 2 9⁄16 inches

If you’re gearing up for your first big wiring or pipe job, or if you’re a seasoned pro looking for faster and cleaner hole-making ability, then self-feed bits are the way to go. The lead screw pulls the bit through the lumber while an interior plane shaves the wood as the bit turns. The result is a fast hole and a clean one. For the sake of longevity, the plane blade is sharpenable and the kit includes two removable, replaceable feed screws, because you’re bound to hit fasteners and chew through knots.


Irwin Forstener Bit Set


Use: Wood | Type: Forstener | Number of bits: 8 | Size range: ¼ to 1⅜ inches

When you need a perfectly round hole in wood with a smoothly machined sidewall, then you want a Forstener bit. These are best used in a drill press, but the smaller-diameter bits can be used in a hand drill.


Drill America Extra-Long Twist Drill Set



Use: Wood and steel | Type: Extra-long twist drill | Number of bits: 5 | Size range: ¼ to ½ inch

Suppose you need more reach when making a hole, such as when you’re working on an old house or restoring an old car. Or in a modern house, you need a super-long pilot hole for that massive screw you’ll use to hang a ceiling fan. Enter these 18-inch bits. Built from high-speed steel and with geometry to eject metal chips, they work on wood, too (though you will have to back them out repeatedly as you go deeper to eject the wood chips).


Cle-Line Black & Gold Twist Drill Set


Use: Wood and metal | Type: heavy-duty twist drill | Number of bits: 15 | Size range: 1⁄16 to ½ inch

These twist drill bits are built to withstand punishment. They’re machined out of high-speed steel and finished with a wear-resistant coating. Yet their tips can be resharpened. All that is good. What’s even better is that they’re made in America and yet are priced reasonably, especially when you account for the cost of the nice sheet steel bit index that they come in. We tried them, liked them, and thought enough of them to award them our coveted annual Tool Award.


Makita Impact-rated Twist Drill Set


Use: Metal, woodType: Hex-shank, Impact-rated twist drill Number of bits: 14Size range: 1⁄16 to ½ inch

Okay, by now you might be saying to yourself, “All I want is a basic set of bits for wood and metal. Got any of those?” Yes. For less than $20 you get a high-quality hex shank bit with a highly wear-resistant titanium nitride coating. And if you up your game some day to include working with an impact driver, these bits will work with it.


DeWalt Impact-Rated Step Drill Set


Use: Thin-gauge steel, aluminum | Type: Impact-rated step drill | Number of bits: 3 | Size range: ⅛ to ⅞ inch

They call these step drills because of their shape. Each step increases the hole diameter. You just stop drilling when you reach the appropriate hole diameter at the step that produces it. Although these bits are designed for sheet metal, they will drill a clean fast hole in heavier-gauge materials like electrical boxes and even mild steel channel, and shapes like L, U, and T.


DeWalt Carbide-Tip Masonry Bit Set


Use: Concrete, brick, mortar, concrete block | Type: Hammer-rated carbide-tip twist drill | Number of bits: 7 | Size range: 3⁄16 to ½ inch

If your drill driver has a hammer setting, chuck in one of these bits and make a clean and fast hole in concrete, brick, concrete block, or mortar. You don’t need an extensive set of masonry bits; a basic carbide-tip kit like this one is a great choice. Its German-made quality should provide years of use, and its slim, vinyl wallet enables it to slip into a crevice in your tool box. Carry this and you’re prepared for tough, masonry drilling jobs without having to make a quick run to a hardware store or home center.


Bosch Carbide-Tip Non-Hammer Masonry Bit Set



Use: Concrete block, mortar, brick | Type: Rotary (non hammer) carbide-tip twist drill | Number of bits: 14 | Size range: ⅛ to ½ inch

Suppose your drill doesn’t have a hammer function or you lack a dedicated masonry drill, what do you do then? Well, if your masonry hole drilling is confined to brick, concrete block, or mortar, you can use these inexpensive carbide-tip rotary drill bits for masonry. They won’t stand up to use in a hammer drill, but they work perfectly well, if slower, in a standard drill or cordless drill driver. Bonus: Their double-flute design allows better clearing of dust and chips compared to a single-twist type. This way you can use the drill’s high-speed setting to get through the job faster. Note that there are multiples of the smaller diameters, such as the 3⁄16-inch size, which are more frequently used with masonry screws.


Bosch Carbide-Tip Glass and Tile Bit Set


Use: Ceramic tile, glass | Type: Carbide-tip spear point | Number of bits: 4| Size range: ⅛ to 5⁄16 inch

The only sure way to make consistent and clean holes in glass and ceramic tile is with a carbide bit designed for those materials. These simple and inexpensive little bits work great. The carbide tip is diamond ground to a sharp point that enables a fast and sure start, putting the hole right where you need it, instead of the bit skating off and leaving a nasty mark. The three flats ground onto the bit’s shank prevent it from slipping.


Bosch Nail Strike Spade Bit Set


Use: Wood with embedded nails | Type: Spade bit with nail-cutting geometry | Number of bits: 6 | Size range: ½ to 1¼ inch

It’s almost a sure bet that when running pipe and wire in an old house, you’re bound to hit embedded nails when boring the holes. That’s where these bits come in. They’re thicker than the typical spade bit to resist bending, and they have a bevel on their cutting surfaces suitable for both wood and metal.


Craftsman CMAH1SET7



Use: Wood, steel, aluminum | Type: Bimetal hole saw | Number of hole saws: 9 Size range: ¾ to 2½ inch

These hole saws are known as bimetal types because they're made from two types of steel. The body is made from spring steel and formed into a cup. Around the front edge of that cup is brazed a circular row of cutting teeth made from a narrow band of high-speed steel. The result is a light weight and durable accessory tough enough to make big holes in wood  or metal. Suppose you need to make a door knob hole in a wood door; turn to these. Use them again to make holes in steel, for a tool rack, say.

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