Choose the perfect drill bit from our extended range.

Drilling into Wood

Wood, being softer than metal or masonry and concrete, is easier and quicker to drill into. Lubrication is not required.

Auger drill bits | Spade drill bits Long | Spade drill bits Short | Multi angle drill bits | Forstner drill bits | Hole saw | Wood drill bit

Drilling into Metal

Drilling into metal is much harder than drilling into wood or masonry. Keep the revolutions per minute low and if necessary lubricate the tip of the drill bit. This technique keeps your drill bits functioning at peak performance for longer.

Cobalt drill bits | Titanium drill bits | HSS Black drill bits | Stubby drill bits

Drilling into Masonry / Concrete

Masonry bits typically are used with the hammer action setting on the power drill. This action vibrates the bit into the material as it rotates; the vibrations breaks up the masonry at the drill bit tip, and the rotating flutes carry away the debris.

Tile drill bits | Diamond tipped drill bits | Masonry drill bits long | Masonry drill bits short | SDS plus drill bit for concrete long | SDS plus drill bit for concrete short

Screwdriving bits

Screwdriving bits are available in a large variety of sizes and designs particular to specific screws. Take care to use the correct bit and size that matches the screw in order not to damage the screw head.

Square screwdriver bits | Pozi screwdriver bits | Phillips screwdriver bits | Slotted screwdriver bits | Bit holders | Nut setter

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