"This tile chisel is epic saved me so much time worth every penny especially as it was on a deal of the day. Keep bit well greased and allow it to cool every ten minutes or so and it will last forever. While it's cooling you can clear down a bit as you will be surprised what you can take off the wall or floor with this beauty."
"Just started using Screwfix after returning from Germany. Great range of products at excellent prices and have had 2 items delivered next day which saves time & money. I'll be sticking with Screwfix."
"After reading all the reviews about how quickly it snaps I have to say it still goes after removing plaster from 20 m2 of wall. No signs of wear and tear neither. I love it - it added so much speed to my work after fooling around with 40mm heads."
"I bought this to remove wall tiles from a kitchen and bathroom. Builder quoted significantly more than the cost of this tool for two days work. Put this in a DeWalt 2 kg SDS plus drill and the job was done in 2 hours. You need to let the chisel cool after every 10-15 min use but I found it cooled quickly and was ready to go again in 10 min, just enough time to clear the workspace of all the rubble."
"This tool may seem pricey for what it is, but it is excellent and works very well. I used it with my Titan SDS drill, and it lifted an entire 16m2 floor and four walls in only a few hours with no damage to either the floor or walls. The cranked design is its best feature. Very pleased with the results."
"What a great bit of kit. Used for removing tiles - glided through all surfaces and removed without digging into walls. Didn't like cement/tile combo from 'old' bathroom/kitchen, but then a 6kg SDS struggled! Despite the cost - recommended kit"
"Quality piece of kit that fits my Makita 4kg SDS Plus Hammer Drill and makes removing wall tiles a breeze. It certainly beats a hammer and bolster chisel and speeds things up no end (and you don't end up with cut & bruised hands :-). I also used it to 'rip up' some 30 year old vinyl floor tiles and remove one of those sandy cement piles they use to fix old w/c pans to concrete floors with - only took a minute to get things back to a flush (excuse the pun) concrete floor. Edge shows no signs of wear, so reckon this is going to last a long time."
"I wa a bit sceptical about paying over £30 for a chisel. I have used wide masonry chisels before to remove tiles from floors, but has been hard going. This chisel flew through them and even cleaned the floor adhesive off. Im very impressed with it"