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RTC Hole Shot Wet Series Drill Bits

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4.4
Rated 4.4 stars
5 Reviews
 
Original price $8.59 - Original price $154.95
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Current price $8.59
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RTC Hole Shot Dry Series Drill Bits for use on Hard Materials

Designed for use on a variety of material such as hard porcelain, ceramic, marble, glass, granite, quarry, slate, onyx & travertine. Use the Universal Drill Guide to stabilize the selected bit size to your targeted hole area.

Features:

  • Diamond grit edged bit ideal for drilling hard tiles
  • Slotted bit design for easy waste removal
  • Must be used with water
  • Use with handheld drill (800-2500 RPM) or drill press
  • Ideal sizes for grab bars, towel racks and shower plumbing applications
  • Drill guide works with bit ranging from 1/8" (3mm) - 1-3/8" (35mm)
  • Drill Guide equipped with dual 2-1/4" suction cups
4.4
Rated 4.4 stars
Based on 5 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 3 Total 4 star reviews: 1 Total 3 star reviews: 1 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
80%would recommend these products
5 reviews
  • XW
    Xelle W.
    Verified Buyer
    RTC Diamond Turbo Hole Saws
    Reviewing
    RTC Diamond Turbo Hole Saws
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    5 days ago
    Durable

    The saw was very durable. I cut about 30+ holes in 1" thick stone and the saw has still has life left. If I had a complaint it would be that it's slow. Be nice to have a non continuous rim. It'd be fine for something thinner than I was cutting though. I actually used my grinder to cut the rim a bit and that seemed to help. Good tool, I'll buy again.

  • RH
    Rob H.
    Verified Buyer
    RTC Porcelain Pro Drill Bits
    Reviewing
    RTC Porcelain Pro Drill Bits
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 month ago
    Well worth it

    Not close to 50 holes, but I was going through commercial kitchen floor tile (and the concrete beneath) and it did a fine job with just pouring a small amount of water on it as I drilled. Love the "poker rod" for ejecting the plug, easier than the bits that have a side notch. (eject the plug as soon as you stop drilling; it's harder to get out when it cools off.

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