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Diamond-ground, precision TCT Drill Bits specifically designed for rapid penetration through the hardest of industrial and porcelain tiles. Will also drill through marble, granite and ceramics. Won't wander or slip. Must be used with water cooling kit (Code 39598). Supplied with masonry drill bit.

Diamond-ground, precision TCT Drill Bits specifically designed for rapid penetration through the hardest of industrial and porcelain tiles. Will also drill through marble, granite and ceramics. Won't wander or slip. Must be used with water cooling kit (Code 39598). Supplied with masonry drill bit.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Armeg Pro Tile Drill 8mm
Review 1 for Armeg Pro Tile Drill 8mm
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Abit is not always a bit.
23 Dec 2008
By scottishflyer
, Edinburgh
"Drill all the holes you need in porcelain tiles. One bit does one bathroom. Good value."
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A bit too hard ?
7 May 2009
By stinkyfive
, Shropshire
"Brilliant bits for the hardest of tiles, keep them really cool though.
Possibly too hard - they are really brittle, I have broken two now and the second time I have no idea why it failed, the first went whilst drilling between tiles - something I'd avoid like the plague !"
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.