Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jamie192 Why do you not have one?
If any one has had a whole house worth of sockets to knock out into brick you will know exactly where i'm coming from. Its slow and painful even with an array of other tools.
This tri cutter is simply amazing, ok if it cut a square it would be better but it leaves you with a nice flat surface and 4 small corners to knock out which takes no time at all. I have so far used this on 7 sockets some of which were double and its still going strong. Not sure how many sockets I would like out of the price as it is a bit expensive.
I have been using this product on 1900's brick walls some of which are covered in a high concrete based render. I was having trouble with the bricks breaking and shattering using a hammer and bolster or scutch chisel.
Buy one you will not regret it!
22 Aug 2016
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer Armeg ARMEG EBS TRI-CUT CIRC
Great bit of kit and is now on its way to Thailand for my builder to cut out switch box and light switch box holes. Used with the Armeg SDS Plus Channeling Chisel 30mm it makes life easy without any damaged knuckles.
13 Apr 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer Fantastic
Having used this for a number of years they make my job so much easier. Just bought a new one as previous broke on me, it was quite a few years old. Having the new one has reminded me just how good these really are. I use it almost 5 days a week. A very valuable part of my tool kit
17 Mar 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HareKrishna This thing is awesome
We bought this, together with its brother (you need both) because we were adding electrical sockets to a very hard brick wall. The wall had beaten the cold chisel and hammer drill.
This thing ate the job. We were able to make the recess for an electrical box in about 5 minutes and it was very neat.
It works in the same way as an oil drill and so shears the brick rather than hitting it very hard which is what the hammer drill does. Much less damage and far quicker.
For us it saved the day.
The only draw back is that it requires a pilot hole. When trying to make an existing hole neater it was ineffective
7 Sep 2015