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RotoZip XB-TC1 Tilecut X Bit

by RotoZip

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RotoZip XB-TC1 Tilecut X Bit + RotoZip XB-FT1 1/4-Inch Floor Tile XBIT, 1-Pack + RotoZip XB-FTC1 Floor Tile and Countertop XBIT
Price for all three: $67.90

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number XB-TC1
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions0.6 x 1.8 x 4 inches
Item model numberXB-TC1
ColorNA
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000836CII
Best Sellers Rank #32,777 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 1, 2004
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Carbide Zip Bit is specially designed for use with RotoZip tools on ceramic wall tile (only soft tile with glazing), cement board, stucco and plaster.

Product Description

5/32", Rotozip Tilecut X Bits, Are Ideal For Cut Outs From Ceramic Wall Tile, Only Soft Tile With Glazing, Cement Board, Stucco & Plaster, Constructed Of Carbide The Tilecut X Bits Cut 3 Times Longer & 2 Times Faster Than Conventional Zip Bits.

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Customer Reviews

These bits are garbage.
wisco
This cutting bit is good at cutting only thin ceramic tiles such as ceramic wall or counter tiles, not the typical thicker floor tiles.
Benjamin S. Chin
The roto zip is good for one thing...cutting a hole in a piece of drywall.
Davd C. Luke

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Vapor777 on February 20, 2010
I had some thicker tile, but light glazing and it was a wall tile, but I suppose it could be floor tile also. It did not say floor tile. So, based on the tile package and Rotozip XB-TC1 Tile cut X Bit packaging, it sure looked like it should have worked. $12 at Lowes. I was cutting a 1 1/2" circle for a pipe. Initial entry hole went well working it around as I went through the tile. However, it didn't even get me 1/2 way before it lost it's cutting ability!!! I was going slow and worked it up and down. I was ticked, especially since this is the second one I've tried. ($24 so far). Finally had to break down and buy the $40 thicker Rotozip diamond bit. Rotozip is great overall, just DO NOT USE this bit ON THICKER TILE! Hope my mistake won't be yours.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By John Goeller on July 26, 2007
I don't use these bits for everyday work, so I can't really testify as to their durablity for that purpose. What I can say is these bits make nice smooth cuts in ceramic tile. I have tiled both bathrooms in my house, the foyer and the kitchen, and have used only one bit. Love the RotoZip, a great tool that comes in handy in so many situations.
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By kelly goodrich on January 31, 2014
I bought this hoping to use it to cut electrical outlet holes in wall tile. I went to install it in my rotozip and found that it requires a 5/32 collet which I didnt get with my rotozip package. So back to Lowes to get a different collet. ended up have to buy a kit that had the 2 collets that I already had plus the 5/32 collet that this bit takes. Back home, installed bit and tried to cut my holes. would not drill down through the tile so I tried to cut a scrap piece of tile from the side. it cut about 1/4" into the tile and then would cut no more. I am heading back to Lowes to return this 10 dollar bit that isnt worth 10 cents!
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By wisco on December 11, 2013
These bits are garbage. Bought two and they both immediately broke. One broke on ceramic tile and one broke on just the cement board. There is another bit that worked, but it was 20 bucks and wore out soon.
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I boght two of the 1/4 bits for fiber cement and snaped both of them within 15 min of use.
The 5/16 bit is much stronger and holds up well.
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Used with RZ2000.

The GOOD:
This thing blew right through (cleanly) hardy-backer. Found that out after failed attempts using wood/drywall bits. Also goes though thinner wall tile cleanly and pretty quickly.

The BAD:
Try this on 3/8" porcelain floor tile and you will ruin your bit almost immediately. If you need to make a really really (REALLY) small hole, this could do it, but plan to expend the entire life of a fresh bit on that hole. Or better yet, find a better bit or another option to get it done.

SUMMARY: Great for light duty tile/backer cutting, worth keeping available if you are in a jam with something heavier.
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By steve-o on November 29, 2010
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the drill bit worked well for the first 2 or 3 cuts. then it dulled and would not cut easily. i am glad i got 5 bits. thank godness they were cheaply priced.
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