Great marketing idea! Most holes I drill require a bit 1/4" or smaller. And the smaller the size, the more likely the bit is to break. In years gone by when I wanted to replace a broken 5/32" bit, I had to buy a single one at an outrageous price, or buy a set of bits, the smallest being 5/64". You won't believe how many 3/8" bits I have. Sears has recognized the problem and is now packaging 13 bits starting at 1/4" and going smaller. What took retailers so long to come up with such a simple idea? And the bits themselves are excellent. (And Sears didn't pay me to write this :-) )
This product worked alright for the first year, but two bits have broken in the past month. I have a set of Dewalt titanium bits that work much better.
very durable set
These bits were purchased for a job with a job in mind, to drill some holes in a piece of metal. They worked great fir drilling the holes I needed into the metal. I would recommend them for any one wanting to do the same.