#1 and #2 Robertson Square Double Ended Impact Red/Green

(5 customer reviews)

#1 and #2 Robertson Square Double Ended Impact Red/Green

(5 customer reviews)

Finally a double ended bit that actually stays in impact drills!

These impact rated bits will hold up to the rigorous strains caused by using an impact drill. The shallow tip design allows for the bit to be double sided and still stay in quick change impact drills.

Available in 4 and 6 inch.

70214RG

4″

2674 In Stock$5.99 CAD
70216RG

6″

16456 In Stock$5.99 CAD
$5.99 CAD
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  1. Alex

    Alex

    Great time saver

    It great for electricians that do lot of receptacles. Way easier to have this then fumble between bits

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  2. Aman

    Aman

    Good but not the greatest

    Phillips side doesn’t always fit into impact and bits wear out really quick

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  3. Paul 1253

    Paul 1253

    usefull

    nice and handy

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  4. Axel Gauffre

    Axel Gauffre

    Good

    Perfect

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  5. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    Disappointed

    I’m an electrician,I’m always looking for a good double sided bit because of all the Phillips and Robertson screws I constantly deal with.Found this bit made by rack-a-tiers and thought PERFECT! So I bought it.NO GOOD … the Phillips side is very soft and was rounded of within the first couple of days.Very disappointed.

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