1/8" Diamond Tech Core Drill Bit

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Product Features

  • Unlike any other drill bit, it actually remove a complete circle from the glass
  • Works with any standard household drill
  • 1/8" diamond coated bit

Product Description

Unlike standard drill bits that simply put a hole in the glass, core bits actually remove a complete circle from the glass. Size 1/8". Works with a standard electric drill and only needs water as a lubricant.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Very good Bit.
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Pros : I drill lots of holes in glass. I purchased this bit. and have drilled over 50 holes so far and the bit is still working. Very good product.
Cons : none.
Other Thoughts : I will purchase again.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   I like this tool.
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Pros : Enables quick and easy drilling of holes.
Cons : Can get jammed up with the glass plug it drills out. This creates a surface at the drill tip that blocks the tip of the drill from cutting into the glass.
Other Thoughts : I clean out the shaft chamber after each drill. A small piece of wire pushed down from the side opening should push the core of glass out the tip.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Broke Off
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Pros : makes neat holes easily.
Cons : it snapped in two in the glass after little use. doesn't seem like a good value if breaks so quickly and easily. Too expensive for that result.
Other Thoughts : i am buying another one to give it another try.
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