COMOWARE Masonry Drill Bit Set
Upgraded Design, Cement And Artificial Stone, High Quality Carbon Steel, Longer Bit Life, Carbon Steel Carbide Tip Drills, Most Electric Or Cordless Hammer Drills
- Comes in 10 different sizes that meet varied requirements
- Equipped with a spiral shank that increases cutting speed and prevents slipping
- Features a rust protection coating that makes it long-lasting
- May not work on concrete
Analysis of 85 reviews for COMOWARE Masonry Drill Bit Set
BestViewsReviews analyzed 5,469 reviews for 17 products in the Masonry Drill Bit Sets category.
We analyzed a total of 85 reviews for this product out of which, 48 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 68% reviews were positive while around 29% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for COMOWARE Masonry Drill Bit Set
This product received a total score of 7.96 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
The drill bits I had were sturdy, but I could see that they were splintering when I tried to power drill my way into the concrete wall.
It was good for what I intended, though I am not very savvy with tools. It made it easier to drill into my walls which are brick/stone like, however it still takes time.
I am very happy with my purchase, they are easy to throw mortar with, I never write reviews but these are making my life easier.
The 3/8" bit made a perfect hole for the anchor, no chips in tile around the hole.
I love my drill bits, they are the best masonry bits ever, and I use them all the time to hang shelves and stuff in my brick and mortar home.
Question & Answers
Which place are they made at?
It's made in China.
Will they work for drilling into old plaster?
This set is great for a variety of surfaces and materials. You can quickly penetrate through masonry, wood, plastic, cinder block, glass, concrete, ceramic, and tile brick, to name a few.
Is it possible they can work on metal?
There is no drill wall or concrete.
Is it possible to use them for drilling a stone wall?
I used it to drill ceramic tile, it's not an expert but I'm not an expert.
Is it compatible with a drill?
This didn't work for what I wanted, which was to drill holes in ceramic tiles.