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Vermont American 15596 Extra-Hard Allen Insert Screwdriver Bit Set, 7-Piece

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  • Auto Tensioning Quick Change mechanism for easy accessory change and optimal blade tensioning
  • Detachable Coping Function for handheld use to take the tool to the work piece
  • Variable Speed Control for optimal cutting in a variety of materials
  • Fast Clamp Base attaches to various tables, benches and surfaces
  • Dust Port Adapter keeps line-of-sight clear and work space clean
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Technical Details
Part Number15596
Product Dimensions17.5 x 4.3 x 0.8 cm
Item model number15596
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
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Best Sellers Rank #19,089 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight68 g
Date First AvailableJuly 29 2011
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On the Vermont American 15596 7-Piece Extra-Hard Allen Insert Screwdriver Bit Set, extra-hard power and insert bits are fully hardened and tempered for long life under constant heavy-duty use. The precision formed tip ensures a proper fit. Insert bits feature universal 1/4-Inch hex shank with power groove.

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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
wow Aug. 20 2011
By Justin Stallings - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this JUST for the 5/64 bit, and it has already stripped. Would NOT recommend, would NOT buy again.
Five Stars Nov. 17 2014
By SEUNG HEE SEO - Published on Amazon.com
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This is good item!
I like it :).
Packing is perfect.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Allen head inserts Oct. 9 2011
By Raw Pony - Published on Amazon.com
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These were exactly what I was looking for.They fit my Wheeler's F.A.T. torque driver jsut fine.The only problem I have is that they are a little short for my application.Still,they did function for it.All in all,a quality product for the money.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
small size makes it hard to get a good grip Oct. 27 2013
By Seattlep - Published on Amazon.com
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When I bought this, I only needed one item in the packet of 7, but for the price it would be worth it if it worked. When I tried to screw it in using a 3/8 inch ratchet, it would not grip securely enough. The bit size on the portion that goes into the hole should be twice as long, so it grips securely. When I tried to use it with a power drill on low power, it shredded. While it does not cost that much, I would recommend looking for something else to meet your needs for the job at hand. Thus my one hope out of seven went unfulfilled, so I went to the local hardware store and bought the one specific item I needed to finish the job.
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Vermont American- a town in China? Dec 31 2012
By Mogwan - Published on Amazon.com
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Reminds me of the old days (early 60's) when the Japanese made all the cheap stuff in their post-war economy that the Chinese make now in their pre-war economy. Stories of Japan renaming a town to 'usa' (prouounce 'yousah') so they could claim the goods were made in the States.

Sadly, i wanted the German manufactured WIHA bits but they were out of stock- and I have a 'box' of stuff shipped from NC to Australia every two months containing stuff like this that is dreadfully expensive here (and Chinese manufactured too) So you can imagine my delight when i got five WIHA bit packs made in Germany and the 'Vermont-American' pack made in China. I've spent a fair amount of time in Vermont and was not aware that it was now owned by the Chinese...

So...basically disappointed. I'll use them as it is too expensive to return them but i will not be really thrilled as they wear out a lot faster than my German ones. I reckon i'll be re-purchasing another set in about two years or less.

With tools, I believe 'pay the money, pay once' (or less frequently if it is a power tool)...Fortunately they are for occasional use but there's little pride of ownership.