Erbauer Tile & Glass Drill 6 x 76mm x 4.7mm Shank
Went to use tile drill, I normally start by turning the chuck to make a small indentation but the tip didn't seem sharp and wouldn't mark the tile, probably should have taken it back to get it replaced or it could of been the tiles were harder than I've drilled before. I ended up using a bog standard masonry drill.
21 Mar 2015
Drills ceramic tiles with easy, best used with slow geared hand drill,
17 Nov 2014
good drill bit
had a lot of holes(19) to drill in porcelain tiles, did all of them no problem. Had to sharpen cutting edge and point a few times,(using diamond sharpening stone) but if you don't leave it too long it's not ardous. used with a cordless drill on slow torque setting, worked a treat. Never a quick job in porcelain but have had a much harder time of it with more expensive bits
26 Oct 2014
Good but not long lasting
In my experience, many tiles can be drilled (with care) using an ordinary masonry bit. Recently I encounter a tile so hard, a masonry bit didn't make any impression. This bit really did the job, but after four holes - which is all I needed - it was starting to struggle badly. A great tool, but don't expect it to last very long.
26 Jun 2014