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BLENDX Diamond Drill Bits Glass and Tile Hollow Core Drill Bits Extractor Remover Tools Hole Saws for glass

Low Drill Pressure, Drill Bit Life, Core Drill Style Bit, Glass, Fiberglass Porcelain, Tile Hollow Core Drill Bits Extractor Remover Tools Hole Saws, Reduced Drill Speeds

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.29.3010
BVR Rating 421 reviews

Pros

  • Features a compact size that makes it easy to store
  • Comes in 10 sizes to meet varied requirements
  • Made in hollow-core drill bits style that makes it suitable for various purposes

Cons

  • May not be ideal for depths beyond about 1/2"

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Analysis of 400+ reviews for BLENDX Diamond Drill Bits Glass and Tile Hollow Core Drill Bits Extractor Remover Tools Hole Saws for glass

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BestViewsReviews analyzed 8,843 reviews for 30 products in the Hole Saw Sets & Kits category.

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We analyzed a total of 421 reviews for this product out of which, 360 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 69% reviews were positive while around 31% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for BLENDX Diamond Drill Bits Glass and Tile Hollow Core Drill Bits Extractor Remover Tools Hole Saws for glass

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This product received a total score of 9.35 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:

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  • Users of this product said


    I used the largest bit to cut out a hole in the tile for the shower handle and I found the best way to center the bit to get it started using a thin piece of wood.


    I used an off-brand drill that ran slowly and provided lots of cooling water with a little watering can, and it took less than ten minutes to dip the bit in water.


    If I had been able to apply more water to the bit, I believe it would have done as well as it did on the first hole.


    I used the same size hole to make 10 holes in a ceramic wall tile and a couple in a floor tile, and then used a guide to put the tile on another piece of wood.


    They are very effective at cutting through concrete and tile with minimal heat and no damage to the bits, even though they come in a terrible bulk package.

    Question & Answers

    Q:

    Is it possible that these will cut through plastic and gourds?

    A:

    It might be good for harder plastic but not soft plastic.

    Q:

    Does this set work with any drill?

    A:

    I can't say anything more about it other than it works with my drill and the dermal tool.

    Q:

    Is it possible to use these with a drill press?

    A:

    You need to be very careful about down pressure, because drill presses give you extra leverage compared to a handheld drill, so you'd have to keep a light finger on the wheel or risk harming the bit.

    Q:

    How big is the shank?

    A:

    The largest is a little over 1/4 inch, while the other sizes are between 1 and 2.

    Q:

    You are going to roll and jump off the tile or glass, but why doesn't it have an arbor?

    A:

    Lock it down gently, place the chunk of material in the hole, and drill your hole slowly. Once it reaches a point where the wood isn't needed, you can take it off and continue drilling.

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