Twofers Diamond Core Drill Bits - 1/8"

$12.95 USD
Item# 63958
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Drill holes in your glass - great for jewelry making
  • 2 Superior Quality Bits at 1 Low Price
  • Diamond coating guaranteed not to peel!
  • Doubled plated for longer product life

Product Description

Two Bits for the Price of One!
Aanraku brings you Twofers - superior quality, low-cost grinder and drill bits. Drill holes in your glass with this core drill bit. Great for jewelry making. Fits most electric drills. Coarse 100 diamond mesh grit for quick results.

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1 out of 5 stars
  •   not worth it
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Pros : Sounds like a deal. I have ordered before with hopes that the bits would get better.
Cons : I got 1 1/2 holes drilled with and 5 holes with the other. I was in the middle of a project and couldn't finish it. Awful product! I've ordered before hoping i would get more from this bit.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   great value
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Pros : I've been using these exclusively for a couple years and am very happy with them. Some bits last a long time, most last long enough, making them a great value in the end. Sometimes I am drilling a convex surface and wouldn't want to risk an expensive bit.
Cons : Sometimes a bit doesn't last very long, but that's not too often.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Twofers Diamond Core Drill Bits
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Pros : they work well when they work
Cons : Unreliable - one can drill 100 holes before stripping or strip after one hole
Other Thoughts : Best to go for the more expensive bits. You cannot depend on these Twofers
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