DEWALT Countersink Drill Bit Set
Four Cutter Countersink And Tapered Drill Bit Provide Superior Speed And Ideal Finish, Drill, Countersink And Counterbore In One Step
Analysis of 500+ reviews for DEWALT Countersink Drill Bit Set
BestViewsReviews analyzed 4,597 reviews for 21 products in the Countersink Drill Bits category.
We analyzed a total of 583 reviews for this product out of which, 469 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 51% reviews were positive while around 44% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for DEWALT Countersink Drill Bit Set
This product received a total score of 8.40 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:
Users of this product said
I was skeptical of the design and thought it would be hard to keep the screw straight, but I was wrong.
When I started watching videos on guys who predrilled with drill bits on wood, I wanted to try them out, but I didn't know what to do with them, so I decided to see what these drill bits were used for.
Even though they are just drill bits, dewalt tools serve to cement my opinion of the brand.
The materials used to be quite rigid, but it seems they are not anymore. I was able to bend this thing back into place with my bare hands.
I have a lot of dewalt equipment, and I am happy with it, and I recommend the countersinks. They were very sharp and I bought them at a discount hardware store.
Question & Answers
I want to know the size plug cutter that I need for this set.
You will need to cut plugs with a 3/8-inch plug cutter.
What size of screws do you recommend?
No matter if or not the screws are designed for use in wood or not, anyone who says they haven't is lying. All 3 will provide more than enough countsink for all of your drywall screws to sit below the top of the surface.
Are they ready for an impact driver?
I use them in my impact drill in tight spots, like small 9" or 12" cabinets, and no problems so far.
Is it ok if I use 1/2 inch screws that need me to tighten the countersink onto the threaded section of the bit?
I would use a different style countersink, but it's not recommended.
Is it possible that these can be used for metal?
I have not tried them in metal, but used them in wood and they snapped, so I would buy a different brand.