"Best £35 ever spent. Been trying to lift old floor tiles and adhesive that had been down for eons with hammer & chisel. This thing went through tiles and adhesive like a hot knife through butter. Had the entire floor up in a couple of hours and smooth enough for the new covering - brilliant"
"This was an extremly usefull tool when I had to remove crumbling self leveling screed from my garage floor, prior to having this tool I was using a hammer and chisel which was extremley hard work to say the least. Well worth the money & justified having the SDS drill with rotary stop too!"
"Well I purchased this for chasing walls & removing plaster from brick... Being an electrician and using a hammer and bolster far too long I thought I'd give this a go... at fisrt its brilliant, and after reading Armeg's usage policy.... then I suppose it would work as intended. but 15 minutes use the shaft heats up and expands meaning the comb falls out, moves. if you use this for 10-13 mins its fine, allow to cool and continue then it's ok...
"Is a great piece of equipment to attach to your SDS plus drill. Cuts very neat and precise areas whether small or large. Have to make sure you dont lean on a corner of the comb as it can move in the holder. Just needs a good whack with a hammer to put in place!"
"This attachment is good for those of us that are habitually using the scutch hammer, particularly whilst removing the top coat from lime plaster as it to be found in C19th houses. It saved my wrist and the time saved using the chisel action on an sds was significant. But there is a diownside. The head does heat up and so the grip on the scutch comb holder reduces leading to the scutch falling out or moving down the groove of the attachment . To compensate turn the attachment through 180 degrees periodically. The life of the scutch comb is a little limited, but a pack of five managed to remove 384 sqm of surface very quickly."
"I bought one of these to cut out socket boxes. I didn't fancy spending £100 odd quid on a box cutter, firstly because of the price, and secondly because I was worried the box cutter would demolish the entire wall. The £30 purchase price is not exactly cheap, but the tool was a revelation. You can cut incredibly accurately with this tool, and due to the combed teeth, it doesn't skate around all over the place when you first offer the drill to the wall. I had never cut out a socket box before and I managed 7 double ones in about 3 hours, probably hopelessly slow by pro standards, but I was pretty pleased.
It offers excellent find control allowing you to shave off a few mm here and there without making a complete pigs ear of your wall.
The only drawback is that the actual chisel is not a brilliant fit in the bit (I think the chisels are hardened steel and form a sort of "interference fit" which gets wedged into place). The led to me losing a chisel down my wall cavity - luckily replacements are under a fiver for 5 so I won't lose too much sleep over that.
Overall a very useful tool that's a pleasure to use."
"The chisel removed the material without any problem. Removal of the chisel from the drill was almost impossible. The shaft of the chisel had thickened with the use over 1.5 days. I was lucky not to have damaged my drill chuck."