A Case for Drill Bits - On the House

A Case for Drill Bits

By on April 14, 2014
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Wish you had more room in your cordless drill case to carry your plastic drill bit box in there? Today, we’ve got just the ticket so you can say: “All aboard!” Or, better yet, “bits on board.”

If your cordless drill has a plastic carrying case — as most drills do — you’re in luck. “How can that be,” you say? “Because there’s absolutely no extra room inside”? Fear not. We’re about to put you on the right track.

You have two choices: You can either drill a few holes and bolt the drill bit box to the lid of the drill case, or there’s an even easier way that allows switching off. Use peel-and-stick Velcro so you can put the bits on board when you need them. Or leave them back in the depot when you don’t. Either way, they’ll be on hand when needed. And you will have successfully engineered a clever solution for hauling extra freight. It’s full steam ahead in the drill department.

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