DIABLO General Purpose Bi-Metal Hole Saw Set (9-Piece)
Diablo tools has been my brand of choice for cutters around my workshop from table saw to reciprocating blades. They’ve made me a returning customer time and time again after proving their excellent cutting, as well as affordable prices. So when I got my hands on the new General Purpose Bi-Metal Hole Saw set, I just knew this is going to impress.
Wow, this is a pretty set. The packaging of and assortment of each individual cutter is nothing short of incredible. Reminds me of a gun case, when you open it, having to assessable your weapon of choice. Pretty cool.
Apart from the cutting, my favorite part is the quick/tool free assembly of the unit. The pilot drill bit snaps into the SnapLock PLUS Mandrel, and then the mandrel has a quick pull back sleeve that makes changing out go the hole saw cups VERY quickly.
- 1. Drills wood, plastic, aluminum, metal and stainless steel
- 2. One-size fits all mandrel fits all Diablo hole saws, from 5/8 in. to 6 in. Dia
- 3. 60 mm (2-3/8 in.) cutting depth for 40% deeper holes in one pass and increased productivity
- 4. Tool-free plug ejection for fast material removal.
All of the features of the new DIABLO Hole Saw kit are at the peak of their competition, but what makes it a clear winner is the price, 9 piece kits starting at $49.97 at the local Home Depot makes this almost silly to pass up.
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