A versatile tool that saves you a whole lot of time! No tool makes chamfers more quickly in wood. Now you can make countersinks in three different sizes. The 1/2" , 5/8" and 3/4" heads easily pop in and out.
Very dull. I tried sharpening them...Posted May 27, 2013
Very dull. I tried sharpening them with a diamond sharpening tool but could not get them to cut well in any hardwood. Unless you're only using pine lumber don't bother wasting your money on these. There are better values on the market.
he bits are poorly hardened and...Posted August 16, 2011
he bits are poorly hardened and sharpened for general use, but they seem to hold their own on wood. The hex shanks allow you to easily chuck them up in a drill.
These were very dull out of...Posted March 8, 2011
These were very dull out of the box and poorly finished. They chattered and bounced around instead of cutting until I sharpened them. I didn't pay a lot or they would be going back.
Bits were dull and poorly finished...Posted February 19, 2009
Bits were dull and poorly finished out of the package. I've taken the time to sharpen them, and they will only make shallow holes. I've tested it on Mahogany and Maple.
If you take into account that...Posted July 22, 2008
If you take into account that you get 3 bits plus the handle for less than the cost of many single bits, then this is a good deal. After deburring and sharpening the bits, they worked well with the handle as well as in a drill press.