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The accessories in a BOSCHÂ glass and tile bit set bite into hard, smooth surfaces to produce a clean bore on the first try. Each bits tip features gripping texture to prevent slippage. This also reduces the amount of pressure that needs to be applied as you begin drilling, so an investment in a Bosch bit set reduces the chances of cracking or breaking materials. This sets shanks range from 1/16 to 1/4 inch, and each boasts three textured sides at the point of attachment for improved seating. Bosch drill bit set heads are reinforced for durability, so expect them to have long lives with no damage to their cutting edges. The entire set comes in a Brute Toughâ"¢ case to keep the tools organized, which also fits in your back or shirt pocket for convenience.
Glass and Tile applications have never been easier! Nobody but Bosch is offering the innovation found in our product design. This 8-Piece set of our product features an unique product geometry with a precision tip, high quality carbide and reinforced head that results in best-in-class speed and life when cutting in glass and tile.
Love these bits...working on two complete bathroom renovation and these bits were indispensable in meeting my porcelain and glass tile, tempered glass and glass block drilling... Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Auntie Jan
this is a great set of bits ,i had to drill some glass tiles for a bathroom we did , the tile man would not drill these tiles ,neither would the plumber ,they both said they had... Read morePublished 1 day ago by dannyd
The smallest bit, 1/8, wore down to a nub in less than 60 seconds... rendering it totally useless. Using different speeds and drills with light pressure, the 3/16 and 1/4 inch... Read morePublished 13 days ago by bob nakao
I use them to drill into old school plastered cement board, Tile you need to cool down the bit, so keep a cup of water next you to dip the hot bit in.Published 2 months ago by lisa beckerman