keith long said:Why not sharpen those. All it takes is a small diamond hone and a little effort. Just sharpen the sides, they are what does the cuttin. I was going to throw away a dull one and happened to find a video by captian eddie showing how to sharpen them.
How many dozens of bits have you tried so that you have a basis for the "worst ever" statement?
I have a similar set in a wooden box that have mostly been fine. They work well in hardwood and white pine but for whatever reason I've had some trouble with them in yellow pine. Perhaps I need to sharpen them, or perhaps the resin was at fault.That's too bad, Ryan.
My PC set was sharp out of the box. Still sharp, now.
Mine came in a wood box and I paid $50 for mine, though.