Diamond Tech Core Drill Bit Set

Price $87.95
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Your Price: $79.95 USD
Item# 6913
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Product Features

  • Includes the three most commonly used drill bit sizes, 1/8", 1/4", and 1/2"
  • Unlike any other drill bit, it actually remove a complete circle from the glass
  • Works with any standard household drill
  • Bits are diamond coated

Product Description

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Unlike standard drill bits that simply put a hole in the glass, core bits actually remove a complete circle from the glass. Includes the four most commonly used drill bit sizes: 1/8", 1/4" and 1/2". Manufactured by Diamond Tech, this set should handle all your drilling needs.

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Pros : I LOVE these drill bits!! Wish I had bought them a lot sooner!! Cuts glass like butter! Highly recommend!! I also recommend watching the video on drilling glass.
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Other Thoughts : I purchased them on sale, but even at full price they are a must have if you want to drill a hole in glass!
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Pros : I have used the smallest one and have not had any bad issues. Cuts well.
Cons : Glass core can be a little difficult to remove from bit.
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