Apex is probably a name you aren't familiar with unless you have been working in larger industries. For the rest of the world, it's a newer name. They have been around since 1933 and an extremely large company. They have worked with and designed power tools, power tool accessories and more for high-end tool users. So let's check out the Apex Bits.
Apex Bits – Information
- Name – Apex Impact Power Bits
- Price – Varies
- Where to Buy – Through Distributor
- Apex Website – Apex Bits
Apex Bits – Features
- Modified S2 Steel
- Proprietary Heat Treated Process
- Full Body for Strength
- Optimized Tip
- PH2 Tested to 100% prof load and reached 20,000 cycles
Apex Bits – First Impressions
This isn't a review of Apex bits, it's an introduction. As a user, I can't tell you these are the best, worst or middle of the line bits. However, I do know Apex and how quality and longevity is a top priority. I also know they have the capabilities (probably more than some of the brand names we know) of producing high-quality bits.
From my use around the shop, I did notice they have an extremely great fit, even in a Phillips head. I have been building a workbench, miter stand and more and have been using the bits. Usually, I am swearing when using Phillip bits, but so far the bits have been great with little cam out.
Apex Bits – Final Thoughts
Again, it's hard to really say if these are better bits than a name you know. For me, I like these bits and maybe because it's a name I know and the quality of products they put on the market. I would love to hear what others have experienced with these bits and their opinion on the Apex bits.