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No need to add water, you can drill to the bottom in one click.
Universal various materials, efficient drilling.
HIGH-QUALITY MATERIALS It is made of high-quality YG6X alloy as raw material. The process of oxynitride of the cutter head strengthens the drill hardness.
SURFACE ELECTROPHORETIC PAINT PROCESS Full-grinding and anti-rust treatment, clean and sharp without burrs. The drill bit is more wear-resistant and more durable. Fully automated polishing: Polished CNC is fully automated, each one is unified.
UNIQUE CROSS ANGLE DESIGN Small incision resistance，feature drilling stably, fast speed, not breaking the border. Opening neat, smooth, no broken edges, no tremor phenomenon, chip easily.
WIDE USAGE Professional glass and tile drill bits provide smooth and accurate drilling in ceramic tiles, marble, thin iron plates, mirrors, and glass. Remember to add water or coolant when drilling.
5 DIFFERENT SIZES Suitable for your different needs. It Can be installed in the general electric hand drill, bench drill. The machine drill clamp range is 10mm and above.
Worked well at a great price. Held up as well as bits that were 5x the cost. Perfect!
Have only used the 1/8" once, but it didn't break. They come nicely packaged in a foam insert box to keep them in. Good value.
Work very well on concrete blocks. Thanks a lot for these!
These work great on my impact drill for my everyday use!
Was hesitant to buy because I needed to drill into porcelain but this drilled right through with no issues. I am very satisfied with this product.
Excellent drills, just a few minutes and work is done. Don't need to change drills when drilling from wood to stones etc. Thanks!
I have used 2 of them and they worked well. Use them properly and I think they should last.
The hex shank was the reason I bought them. As I use a dewalt 1/4 inch drill/impact and these for the bill well.
These worked excellent for drilling pilot holes in my concrete basement floor to drop in expansion anchors. I used a single bit for 6 holes with no sign of bit failure or dulling. Also, I did not have to fight with my drill or concrete to cut through.. Would highly recommend.
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