MLCS 8377 15-Piece Router Bit Set with Carbide-Tipped 1/2-Inch Shanks

March 13, 2014 - Comment

The MLCS 8377 router bit set is a perfect, economical, all-purpose starter set for your woodworking hobby. It has quality, carbide-tipped bits with 1/2-inch shanks and comes with a wood storage box. Product Features Quality, carbide-tipped bits 15 different bits in set Wood storage box Included 1/2-inch shanks Economical, all-purpose starter set

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The MLCS 8377 router bit set is a perfect, economical, all-purpose starter set for your woodworking hobby. It has quality, carbide-tipped bits with 1/2-inch shanks and comes with a wood storage box.

Product Features

  • Quality, carbide-tipped bits
  • 15 different bits in set
  • Wood storage box Included
  • 1/2-inch shanks
  • Economical, all-purpose starter set

Comments

Smaug "Jeremy" says:

Great Quality and a Fair Price When I got my router, I needed some bits. Some folks think you should buy bits only as you need them, and to get top quality for each bit. That that costs about $25 per bit, and just doesn’t make sense if there are more than two bits you KNOW you’ll need.So I bought this bit set and am very happy with it.A couple words of warning:1) The first time you pull these bits out of their plastic sleeves, use a rag. They are in there a bit tight due to the…

N. J. Stickney says:

Quality I received this bit set as a Christmas present after putting them on my wish list. The reason I originally chose MLCS over some of the other competitors was an online review regarding various brands of router bits that were used to cut melamine using a CNC router machine. The object of the test was to find out how much stress the bits could take and to see how well the bits cut over an extended period of time. The MLCS bits did excellently in the review and were the most modestly priced among…

Sean says:

Worth every dollar I received a Dewalt router combo kit as a gift in December, but what the giver forgot is that a router is useless without router bits. I bought this set from MLCS based partially on reviews and more on price. I had read quite a bit about how you get what you pay for when it comes to router bits and how I should buy Freud or something similar, but I really don’t have that kind of money to spend and, just like whole “fine woodworking” scene, it just seemed a little pretentious to spend that…

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