Rated 5 out of 5Â by SiDutch Makes short work
Boy those tiles were hard. Rounded off three normal masonry bits before checking out diamond bits.
Decided on the Erbauer diamond tile drill bit because it seemed to be price positioned well, and I had no experience of how these things perform.
Bought it, took it home, 10-minutes later had drilled 3 holes in a porcelain tile that had resisted all other efforts. Excellent product!!
29 Apr 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mungus Less time wasted!
After using the pointed tungsten carbide bits that were taking me 10 mins to drill a single hole through 10mm thick porcelain tiles, I tried this and completed in 30 seconds! No need to pause and cool the tip. Using just moderate force, it made for easy work. Only drawback was the need for a guide due to the lack of a pointed tip but the time saved was worth it.
18 Apr 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Doit100xbutDoitright Outstanding
Drilling through porcelain tiles is a huge pain, more so as you normally need to water cool the drill bit which is hard to do on a wall as that's where you need to drill.
This went through 11mm porcelain tiles as tho they were made of brie. Highly recommend them. The hole was perfect.
13 Apr 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by shodanbrian porcelain tiles the easy way
tried drilling using a spearhead type drill bit very cautiously so as not to crack my tiles but was getting nowhere. checked online to see if I was doing something wrong and discovered this bit. fantastic tool. like others I made a guide to get a hole started then went for it full speed ahead.
9 Apr 2016