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FISCH Multi Spur Sawtooth Bit - Metric
FISCH Multi Spur Sawtooth Bit - Metric
£29.96 - £114.46 (£24.97 - £95.38 Ex. VAT)

FISCH Multi Spur Sawtooth Bit - Metric

  • High quality, Austrian made, 12.7mm shank wood cutting sawtooth bits
  • For boring holes at an angle, overlapping or at close centres
  • Clean fast cutting in any grain direction
  • Easy to sharpen
£29.96 - £114.46 (£24.97 - £95.38 Ex. VAT)

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A high quality 12.7mm shank sawtooth bit from FISCH. Excellent results when boring holes at an angle, overlapping or at close centres on all types of timber, both across and along the grain. Due to the design of these sawtooth cutters they will not choke and are easily sharpened. Perfect for end grain. Made in Austria.

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Bob Whittaker

11 February 2014

Fisch Multi Spur Sawtooth Bit - Metric

Bought 4 of these for drilling out pepper mills and I must say they certainly do the job, they go through end grain effortlessly. Just wind them in, slow but with a constant pressure and the wood comes out in a thin constant streamer leaving a very clean hole. The size on the shank is large enough to be easily read and they are supposed to be easily sharpened, although if first usage is anything to go by it will be some time before I have to find out. They don't get hot, just warm but in my opinion any drill bit that gets too hot to hold is getting ready for a sharpen. Definitely a good buy.

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