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\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n"}\n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Myers97470 from\n Slow & Steady\n I ran this bit a lot faster than recommended, with lots of water, on a brand new tile that was harder than masonry or brick. It took a while, but made it through four holes for a towel bar. I used a masonry drill to make a pilot hole before putting this gem to work!\n

\n Date published: 2016-05-31

\n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n macolla from\n Glass and tile bit\n I can only drill one tile hole with this drill bit\n

\n Date published: 2016-03-23

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Joe from\n Almost as good as "Chicken 'N Dumplins"\n Long story short. Needed grab bar for tile shower. Ordered 32" Moen bar from HD. (Great Buy). Used a combination of magnetic and Zircon stud finder plus a plumb bob for exact location of stud sides. Had painters tape on tile wall for hole markings. Used this bit (At very slow speed With Water sprayed on it to cool it). For less than 9 bucks, this bit drilled 6 holes flawlessly with NO WALKING! Yup, this bit is the way to go. I would Highly Recommend it. (I got my Chicken 'N Dumplins" when finished). And I guarantee this grab bar is there to stay!! If you use this bit, you will never regret it. Just go slow and cool it with water spray.\n

\n Date published: 2016-02-13

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Mylo from\n Worked great\n This bit worked perfectly on my project. I am thoroughly satisfied with the results.\n

\n Date published: 2016-02-10

\n \n \n \n Rated 2 out of\n 5\n by\n Dave from\n Not very strong\n It needs to be dipped in water every 5 seconds. Not a strong bit\n

\n Date published: 2015-12-29

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Satisfiedcustomer from\n sweet bit!!\n Needed four holes in a tiled shower for a curved curtain rod calling for a 1/4" bit. Picked this bad boy up, marked my holes, and had all four holes drilled out in less than a minute. It was AWESOME. Made the job quick and easy. It does walk a tiny tiny bit so just take the start a little slow. It does make a mess so put some plastic down for a quick clean up. I used a trashbag and that worked for me. Seriously... This bit is the real deal. Super clean holes too.\n

\n Date published: 2015-12-11

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n BusyB from\n These bits work really well for drilling in tile\n When drtlling tile these bits can do about ten holes before they dull\n

\n Date published: 2015-12-08

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Darksidedman from\n Excellent bit!\n Bit is durable and more importantly, long lasting.\n

\n Date published: 2015-07-15

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Phil from\n is a good deal . bit works great\n very good . you could grab into tile without the bit running all over the tile .\n

\n Date published: 2015-04-29

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n Uncle from\n Waste of money\n Needing to install two sets of bi-fold doors, I picked up a couple of these drill bits to drill holes into the ceramic tiled floor for the bottom bracket that the doors sit on. These bits cut terribly slow and the first one broke after cutting one hole. I went out and picked up a Vermont American glass/tile drill bit and couldn't be more satisfied. It cut fast and precise, and did multiple holes. Just look at the design and it will tell you the difference. The Vermont American bit has more blade edge. That equals better and faster cuts.\n

\n Date published: 2015-03-05

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Leanne from\n the best option for tuff tile\n I purchased about 5 different masonry drill bits for the attempt of drilling 6 holes in a shower tile in order to mount a safety grab bar on the wall, after destroying 3 bits I already had on hand and not making much progress with my other new purchases this bit took care of all 6 holes.\n

\n Date published: 2015-01-08

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Tylayer from\n excellent glass drill\n the drill bit performed better than expected. I used it to drill holes in 3" x 5" glass tile.\n

\n Date published: 2014-08-12

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Richp from\n best bits for tile, marble, and concrete\n I purchased a set of these bits about a year ago, for drilling through tile. These bits drill quickly, with little effort and work great. I had been using a hammer drill, but these bits make sure tile does not crack, drill repeatedly, and allow me to use a cordless drill. (make sure to keep cool with water while drilling)\n

\n Date published: 2014-05-24

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n Like Butta'\n Cut like a hot knife through butter! I forgot to make enough room for plate mounting screws in my kitchen subway tile backsplash and this saved the day.\n

\n Date published: 2014-04-15

\n \n \n \n Rated 2 out of\n 5\n by\n TonyFi5 from\n Burned out quick\n Cut a few holes fairly quick but burned out after six or seven. Had to take back and replace. Second time around was better, but still not the best.\n

\nDate published: 2014-03-11

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