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Poraxy Diamond Hole Saws 18Pcs Diamond Drill Bits Ceramics Porcelain Ceramic Tile 4-50mm 1/6-2inch

High Quality Diamond, 18 Sizes Diamond Hole Saw, Fiber Glass Porcelain Tile Ceramic, Slate Mable, 18Pcs Diamond Drill Bits Hollow Core Drill Bits Set Extractor Remover Tools, Granite Light, The Drilling Speed

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.28.7010
BVR Rating 131 reviews

Pros

  • Equipped with different sizes hole saw that makes it suitable for various purposes
  • Features a high-quality material that does not wear out easily
  • Comes in a compact design that makes it easy to store

Cons

  • May not be ideal for procelain tiles

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Analysis of 100+ reviews for Poraxy Diamond Hole Saws 18Pcs Diamond Drill Bits Ceramics Porcelain Ceramic Tile 4-50mm 1/6-2inch

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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 131 reviews for this product out of which, 98 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 42% reviews were positive while around 53% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Poraxy Diamond Hole Saws 18Pcs Diamond Drill Bits Ceramics Porcelain Ceramic Tile 4-50mm 1/6-2inch

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This product received a total score of 8.74 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:

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  • Users of this product said


    The little clean-out holes in the smaller bits are useless, or the sizes are poorly marked with hard to read red ink on the smaller sizes and paper labels, and will be gone after the first hole.


    I have seen a lot of tools, but the deposition of the "diamond dust" on the barrel appears to be consistent with what I have seen before.


    I used a regular hole saw to cut a piece of wood, then I used a longer board to hold the tile and then ran the faucet over it.


    I had no problems with the rest of the saws, even though I had a separation of the body of the 1 1/2" saw from the shank.


    The two 6mm holes took about five minutes each, and I was using my drill at 100rpm for about an hour, as the clean-out hole goes spinning by with an occasional water squirt from a spray bottle.

    Question & Answers

    Q:

    What's the thickness of the cutter's wall?

    A:

    It's 3/32.

    Q:

    Will they fit on a Dremmel?

    A:

    The main part of the Shank is 1/4” and the smaller bits are close to that.

    Q:

    Are the sizes listed the inner diameter or outer?

    A:

    The outer diameter is the size of the hole they will cut, so it worked well to drill an antique ceramic basin wash.

    Q:

    Will a drill bit accessory be required with my battery operated drill/driver?

    A:

    It's fine to use any 3/8ths or 1/2 drill.

    Q:

    Is it possible to use smaller of these to center on top of a screw with a broken head so it would grind away just enough wood to grab a shaft with needlenose?

    A:

    They have a mandrel that you can use to cut a hole in wood, remove the mandrel, and use the hole as the guide to keep it in place.

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