"Well made product, I often use this cutter to pre-cut the outline of flush boxes to be chased in on finished plaster, especially if the plaster looks iffy I can't give full marks for value as I consider all of these types of blades (multi-tool) to be over priced. Fits my Bosch multi-tool."
"Used when repointing the roof tiles along with a diamond blade in an angle grinder. The grinder is quick but hard to control to finish removal of the old mortar and the multi-tool with this blade was good for cleaning up the remainder. Would have liked a plunge blade for mortar as well, to get right under the ridge tiles."
"Ive used this to chase out plaster and make cuts in Aquapannel board to cut to size. Its worked out fine but I have kept dipping it in water to keep the tool cool. Although the roughness of the edges seems to have come off its still cutting away so may be worth keeping the tool cool while cutting."
"Bought 3 of these to chase some wide grout from floor tiles. Worked well and managed to do quite a bit but eventually the first 2 discs cracked in the same place ie across the non grit portion. Im still using the 3rd."
"Not as good as an angle grinder with a diamond blade at cutting the tiles, but works very well if you need to reshape them. Less dust than the angle grinder. The picture is a little misleading as the cutter is not as rough as it would suggest. For the money can't really complain works well for what I needed it for."
"I bought this to chase a wall with minimal dust. This it did very well but after cutting about 10 feet it is almost worn out and will only just cut now. However it did what I wanted and I suppose £10 to keep the wife quiet is OK!"
"Having read others reviews using this to chase out plaster, I bought one to cut a groove in the plaster all the way around my porch. I wanted a neat edge as the person who built my porch plastered down to floor level, breaching the DPM. I managed about 18" before all of the 'diamonds' had been worn from the edge of the disc leaving it just bare metal. I had to do the remaining 16 feet by hand with a bolster and hammer. Very poor quality and wouldn't use one again for this task. They may be fine for cutting tiles( I've not tried this), but not for cutting into plaster"