- Includes: (1) rapid load head, (7) 2" power bits, (3) nut setters, (3) titanium drill bits, (1) 3-1/2" power bit, (1) magnetic drive guide and (4) 1" insert bits
- Quick change accessory system
- Rapid load holder fits all brands of corded/cordless 3/8" or 1/2" drill/drivers
- Hex shank locking system prevents bits for slipping
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Comments about Dewalt® 20 Piece Rapid Load Set (DW2503):
I purchased this because of the name and price.
When I opened it, I found it silly that the three bits at the top are in a flimsy holder. Why not the same as the others. Then they give you an extra impact bit, but no place to store it. Guess just a freebie.
Now, the bad news...when I took out a bit and tried to replace it, it would not snap in. The two pcs of plastic that grab the bit don't allow you to simply push the bits back in. So, you have to 'thread' the bits in from the end; hard to get started at the right angle. Then, you don't have room to push on the end of the bit to seat it all the way. You have to use your fingernail and grab the shoulder of the base to push it in completely. Or you can just leave it looking sloppy. It looks like the other sets have the same design.