"Bought this tool to tooth some brickwork when removing windows, had previously used various methods but they were generally a bit hit and miss. Was a little sceptical when I saw this but decided to try it and am I glad I did. Effortlessly sliced through the mortar on an old ex-council property without damage to surrounding brickwork. Scored 4 for value and reliability as I don't know the longevity of the tool yet but from looking at the wear on it so far I get the impression it will be excellent value and 5's across the board."
"This was immensely useful and saved a huge amount of time when teething in new brickwork on four corners of the house. Went through the mortar joints like a knife through butter and remained good even after teething out 200 bricks."
"Given this product 4 stars as only used once, but confident it would make a 5 over time. A little expensive for a chisel bit but it saved a lot of time and effort removing the bricks so price was justified. Great piece of kit and would recommend.*****"
"Mine looks different to the one in the picture, I don't have such big teeth on the end. But it still works, what it would be like in hard cement I don't know, but on lime its ok. And what happens if the bed joint is less then 8mm ? If it was half the price it would get 4 stars."
"i bought this tool with apprehension due to the high cost of it and having never using one before i was not 100% sure it would cut through hard mortar.
i can say as a bricklayer of 22 years that it cut through hard cement quickly.
the big but though is that i found an issue, possibly not really the tool issue, but maybe the bricks i was trying to cut out. i was stressing out this morning using this tool because even though it did cut through the mortar well it did have a habit of cracking 1 or 2 of the other bricks around the one i was trying to get out due to the vibration. i turned the sds drills speed down and this helped, but in doing do made it slow. i resorted to the old fashioned way of drilling a load of holes into the brick and knocking out, note i still managed to crack a few of the brittle bricks this way too. all in all i would recommend this tool and i will be buying another one in the future once this one has worn out."
"What I thought was going to be a walk in the park regarding brick joint removal turned into a right debarcle After a few joints into relatively soft black mortar joints one of the 3 tungsten tips appeared missing and effected the performance of the tool I returned the tool and had a rebate of my funds and found an alternative method to do the job I would NOT recommend this tool to anyone"