Which Hammer Drill Bit is Best? Let's find out!

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Best Hammer Drill Bit for Concrete? Brands tested: Diablo, Milwaukee, DeWalt, Bosch, Makita, Ryobi, Irwin, EZARC, Werktough, and Hercules. Masonry drill bits tested on hardened concrete, concrete pavers, and porcelain tile. I purchased all the products tested and supplies used to test the products. Thanks for watching and hope you enjoy the video!
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  • Malik Ahmad
    Malik Ahmad24 minutter siden

    Great wrk,

  • YK Chan
    YK ChanTime siden

    Live this channel. This time the test platform is a hammer drill paired with competing masonry bits. I wonder if the results data profile were cater to this kind of drill? Will profile differ with a different test platform? Suggestion : try rotary (pneumatic) hammer with gentle push ballast free? I suspect that masonry bits are best fit for rotary hammer on long hall tasks. What do you think? If so try borrow a HILTI rotary hammer as test platform. For future test plan : - rotary hammers in different modes : rotary only / hammer only / rotary hammer mix. Which brand of masonry bits as test platform? Pick three candidates masonry bits out of this episode : best / mid / worst. Lastly, rebar proof masonry bit for future episode?

  • rac 4714
    rac 471416 timer siden

    How old is the concrete from the second test?

  • D W
    D WDag siden

    great video irwin is popular in Australian stores so its great for a brand we get to do quite well.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks! Thanks for the feedback.

  • Jacob
    JacobDag siden

    11:23 it chipped because it fell through the tile 😂

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Jacob
    JacobDag siden

    11:23 hahaha haha ha hahaha ha

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for watching!

  • gone rydin
    gone rydin2 dager siden

    No Hilti? I just bought some no-name Chinese masonry bits on Amazon before seeing this video. I'm hoping they last for 4 holes. : )

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Shang Tsung
    Shang Tsung3 dager siden

    This is a great review. Thank you for posting it. I wonder, if you would be interested in reviewing the drill bits that could cut through a rebar?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks! Thanks for the video idea.

  • William Cahill
    William Cahill4 dager siden

    Can you test the bad dog drill bits. I only ever used one one a commercial construction job but it worked great. Just started watching your channel, it’s great keep going

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • Verdigo
    Verdigo4 dager siden

    Hah a few months to cure. I destroyed 4 Bosch, 4 Dewalt and 1 Hercules on 44 year old basement floor concrete.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Thomas Stanley
    Thomas Stanley4 dager siden

    Will you please test more harbor freight brands. I like to see how they stand up to the big boys

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Brandon Knight
    Brandon Knight5 dager siden

    Maybe a split screen with a view with a thermal imager to show the heat on each bit 🤔

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    5 dager siden

    Thank you for the suggestion!

  • YourPalAL
    YourPalAL5 dager siden

    In all these tests it seems like Ryobi is a very consistent good budget brand. Never first place but always worth the money.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    5 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Simone TheTretelayer
    Simone TheTretelayer6 dager siden

    I'd advise for your personal use, to try the Fischer D-SDX drill bits, for concrete with 4 blade tips. Are quite impressive

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Matthew Showalter
    Matthew Showalter6 dager siden

    I've learned Milwaukee is just the best

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 dager siden

    Thanks for watching!

  • Matheus Anacleto
    Matheus Anacleto7 dager siden

    You never use imperial measure for cientific propose, you need use metric measures

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Taylor Nester
    Taylor Nester7 dager siden

    What about the drill bit included with the tap cons

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • William DeBow
    William DeBow7 dager siden

    I wish you had included Hilti bits in the test. They claim to be superior and it would be neat to see if it's all hype or not.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Tyler Owen
    Tyler Owen7 dager siden

    That Irwin’s brand is pretty impressive.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Michael Bayless
    Michael Bayless8 dager siden

    I really wish you would have put Hilti bits in I'm a mason and they are the best carbide bits from my professional experience use them all the time and they last for years

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • jozak78
    jozak788 dager siden

    Any chance of testing SDS bits and/or SDS drills?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Dave
    Dave9 dager siden

    Do you have one with bests bits to drill through tile with? I would love to see that

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Derrick Wilson
    Derrick Wilson9 dager siden

    Giving us the prices to compare is PRICELESS!!! By far my favorite NOprojects channel

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 dager siden

    Thanks so much!

  • Dave DaHunt3R
    Dave DaHunt3R9 dager siden

    Your work and dedication to this channel and the accuracy of your test are the best point of reference for us customers . THANK YOU! (p.s. i am about to move into another house and i was just looking for a good set of bits , seems like Milwaukee is the best choice , even if it is the most expensive )

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    9 dager siden

    Thanks! Thanks for the feedback.

  • james dalton
    james dalton9 dager siden

    👍

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    9 dager siden

    Thanks for watching.

  • Jake L.
    Jake L.9 dager siden

    Man do I feel like such a dad watching this. As a new dad.. I’m proud of myself

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    9 dager siden

    Congratulations! Thanks for watching!

  • louisilic123
    louisilic12310 dager siden

    Impartial, independent adjudicator. The world needs more of people like you. Thank you for doing what you do.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    9 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • Elias Rivas
    Elias Rivas10 dager siden

    Bosch offers a sweet bit box 🙂

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    10 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Boris Rusev
    Boris Rusev11 dager siden

    I was looking for a review for SDS DRILL bits would it be possible to make one please .I need to know the real difference between bits with 2(normal) 3 (miwaulkee have such) 4(usually have them from hilti) breaking carbide points on the tip and the ones the carbide tip with 3 and 4 arows is in one piece and not just added carbide tips that not link anywhere Thank you

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    11 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • nunnink av
    nunnink av11 dager siden

    I ALWAYS!!!! Regret using bargain brand drill bits. This video shows Irwin, not really a bargain brand, are a good buy. For me, I need the drill bit to drill the most holes before it dies. This test also shows my experience with Bosch mason bits, they last a good while, but do not like the hard stuff. Ryobi, as usual, out performs it's reputation and the Diablo bits look nice. I have never seen the Diablo bits at lowes or HD, but I have many of thier cutting blades.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    11 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Gerardo Linares
    Gerardo Linares11 dager siden

    I can’t find these Irwin’s I clicked the link and come up as over $30 which is crazy

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    11 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Friel Free
    Friel Free11 dager siden

    Not sure you get them stateside but Bosch multiconstruction are awesome would love to see how they compare

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    11 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Big V
    Big V12 dager siden

    Project Farm Can we please review Best concrete core drill bits? Like 4.5 inch ones

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    12 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • ItJustScythe on Twitch
    ItJustScythe on Twitch12 dager siden

    Minecraft: *Exists* Hercules and Ezarc: It would be a shame if someone took it....

  • Delmer B
    Delmer B12 dager siden

    This is another great video. Irwin bits seem very good for their price. How about a test with ship auger bits or spade bits. Some ship auger bits say they can eat nails?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    12 dager siden

    Thanks! Thanks for the video idea.

  • Larry Burchfield
    Larry Burchfield13 dager siden

    Thats some nasty concrete, those round stones are hard on any tooling! I found using water to help flush the dust out and help cool my bits.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    13 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • TechnoMasterBoy
    TechnoMasterBoy14 dager siden

    11:23 R.I.P porcelain plate :(

  • saul bearcat
    saul bearcat14 dager siden

    *madeinchina

  • Charles Caruth
    Charles Caruth14 dager siden

    Is it just me or did the mikita jump over halfway through the old concrete

  • Mark Amos
    Mark Amos14 dager siden

    Note the drill he's using. That might also be a bit of a recommendation ;-)

  • Mark Amos
    Mark Amos14 dager siden

    I'd love to see a test of impact sockets, different drive sizes too if possible. Thanks for all you do!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    14 dager siden

    You are welcome! Great suggestion. Thank you.

  • Doc Ferringer
    Doc Ferringer14 dager siden

    I wonder if the aggregate had more effect on the drill time than the age of the concrete. I didn't see what aggregate (if any) went into the new concrete mix, but the old stuff seemed to be mixed with quartz river rocks. Smooth crystal like that is a royal pain in the ass to drill through so that *may* add some unwanted variance to your tests.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    14 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Daniel Lindhjelm
    Daniel Lindhjelm15 dager siden

    Why u dont test fourpoint drill bit? That twopoint is unless real job.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Residentneutral
    Residentneutral15 dager siden

    This was a great video! I have a question, at 3:20 you used a timer at the top right of the screen. Why was it so glitchy?

  • bog fos
    bog fos15 dager siden

    only 1 made in germany. wew

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Thank you

  • Cam Lowry
    Cam Lowry16 dager siden

    What about HILTI

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    15 dager siden

    Great suggestion!

  • Ray
    Ray16 dager siden

    I'm not sure if you've done a video on this but it would be Intresting to see how much torque different brand concrete screws and bolts take to mount flush to the surface in a clean hole. My thoughts being if for some reason one brands thread design takes noticeably less torque, then not only will it take less time to achieve... but it would also probably lessen cordless tool battery drainage.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Greg Kimura
    Greg Kimura16 dager siden

    One more test idea. I've used some good and some bad glass cleaners. When I owned a retail store, we had a glass guy come by to clean our windows. He used a soap/ammonia mixture in a large bucket, one of those window cleaners (looks a little like a paint roller), a towel and a squeegee. His results were amazing. For me, I've been using Windex Professional (purchased by the gallon), Invisible Glass and SprayWay. My better half also bought a special window towel from Norwex (MLM company) which is suppose to do as good a job with only water. Finally, when I worked for the government, we had an aerosol spray (works and smell like SprayWay) that was excellent. Can you do a video on window cleaners. I am curious to see the results. Thank you.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Greg Kimura
    Greg Kimura16 dager siden

    One final idea. I've been using boxed clay kits for many years. Mothers and Meguiars are the two that I've used. Recently, I bought some clay on Ebay - much less expensive than the boxed stuff. It seems to work as good or even better. My detailer told me about some expensive clay bars - he said they do less harm to the paint and work just as fast - he called them finer clays. He also told me about a clay towel and clay mitt. I have recently tried Mothers Speed Clay - it's a red plastic tool with rubberized clay on the bottom. I'd love to see a video testing the different types of clay (cheap, name brand and expensive fine clay), clay towel, clay mitt and Speed Clay to see which produces the best results and which causes damage to the paint. Love watching your videos. Thanks for taking time to make them!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    You are welcome! Thanks for the video idea.

  • Greg Kimura
    Greg Kimura16 dager siden

    Another idea for a test. There are some detailers who say that you must put a solid base coating of high grade car wax down and then put a spray coat on top. I've been using Seal N Shine for years, but the new Hybrid Solutions (green label) is my new go-to. Then a few months ago, Turtle Wax came out with a new Graphene Pro line. I just bought a bottle and I'm going to give it a try, but I don't have a good coat of wax underneath. Can you do a test to see if a good wax base makes a difference? Also, I'd like to see how Turtle Wax Graphene holds up against Hybrid Solutions and Seal N Shine for durability and gloss.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Greg Kimura
    Greg Kimura16 dager siden

    An idea for a test. I have some pretty bad hard water stains on the glass of my shower and car (sprinkler hits it). I've tried using vinegar - didn't work well. There are a lot of auto detailing products that claim to remove hard water spots. Then there's Works Toilet Bowl Cleaner, CLR and ZEP Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover. How about baking on some hard water stains, then using some products as well as home remedies to see which works the best. Also, it would be good to know which products can be used to remove water spots on car paint as well. Thanks.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Greg Kimura
    Greg Kimura16 dager siden

    One comment about drilling through concrete. The aggregate isn't consistent in hardness, so the test results may not be repeatable. Can you do a rematch to see if the results come out the same?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Greg Kimura
    Greg Kimura16 dager siden

    I've been seeing some pretty impressive results from Diablo brand products. I bought some Diablo saw blades a few years ago and they've performed flawlessly. Price is also lower than the big brands. Great information - thank you!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • Tauno Kekkonen
    Tauno Kekkonen16 dager siden

    Would be interesting to see how Hilti bits would compare. You'd have to sell most of your possessions and get several loans to finance them, but still.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • cabbage
    cabbage17 dager siden

    Can you do a video on drill bits for cutting holes in tiles? Some are Diamond based some aren’t. Would love to know which is best Love your videos

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    16 dager siden

    Thanks! Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • Anthony Puckett
    Anthony Puckett17 dager siden

    Can you test which is the best floor jack next please

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Thank you for the video idea!

  • Ryan B
    Ryan B17 dager siden

    SDS edition next? :P

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Thank you for the video idea!

  • HOOKEDONWOOD
    HOOKEDONWOOD17 dager siden

    Have a set of Hilti bits for over 20 years now in my toolbox.. still the same i use to all concrete - of cause not commercial use but still the best I have tried.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Impressive!

  • Robert Jones
    Robert Jones18 dager siden

    Watching these videos, keeps making me wish I brought into Milwaukee brand instead of Ryobi tools

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    17 dager siden

    Thank you

  • Triggerboy78
    Triggerboy7818 dager siden

    great tests on this channel. The only issue is that the best tested candidates never hold their price. Those Irwin bits price straight doubled.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    18 dager siden

    Thanks! Thanks for the feedback.

  • ortiztuc1
    ortiztuc119 dager siden

    Loved the comparisons. Definitely can tell you did a lot of work

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    19 dager siden

    Thank you!

  • G Music
    G Music19 dager siden

    Do you find that a particular brand is often a top rated product, like you can't go wrong with brand x products? Or are they all over the map, depending on the type of product?

  • Robert Ski3
    Robert Ski319 dager siden

    God created the world, and the rest is created in China😃

  • Roy Hunte
    Roy Hunte19 dager siden

    You should test ARTU bits, I haven't found a bit that beats them yet.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    19 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Ernie Menard
    Ernie Menard20 dager siden

    Good job with your tests, I usually buy Bosch bits, I particularly like their Blue Granite line for drilling 3/16" holes for Tapcons. I've perceived that nothing seems to beat the Blue Granite line in very hard concrete or masonry. I also have some 3/16" Tapcon bits.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    19 dager siden

    Thank you! Thanks for sharing.

  • Dustin Ashton
    Dustin Ashton20 dager siden

    I enjoy watching all your videos, well thought out & informative!!... could you do circular saw blades?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    20 dager siden

    Thank you. Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • DEX01-Z Wingzero
    DEX01-Z Wingzero21 dag siden

    They are all crap! SDS Hilti is the only!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    21 dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • BladeAddict8
    BladeAddict821 dag siden

    It seems like the Bosch, milwalkee, and diablo are made by same manufacturer, they also share similar spade bits and I know the more expensive multi material bosch dare devil and milwalkee shockwave Multi-Material bits are the same. I'd like to see the multi material vs the hammer drill bits by those company's. Multimaterial is suoosed to be ok for tile but not the hammer bits.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    21 dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Benadict
    Benadict22 dager siden

    Love the content. I actually need to know which bit is the best, but I still watch all your other videos even when i have no need or plan for the product. All facts no BS, perfect. Thank you.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    22 dager siden

    Thanks so much!

  • أبوســعدون
    أبوســعدون22 dager siden

    ther is a isue the Milwaukee is url in the discripton is difrent then the video please recheck

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    22 dager siden

    Thanks!

  • Troop2222
    Troop222223 dager siden

    I thought Dewalt is an American brand. Why are the bits produced in germany? Isn't this too expensive?

  • codz_526 ϟ
    codz_526 ϟ23 dager siden

    Did hercules brand really use the old minecraft brick block texture for their packaging? 2:40

  • Lord Flick
    Lord Flick23 dager siden

    A shame the DeWalt didn't do so well. It was the only one not made in China.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Furyplane TK
    Furyplane TK23 dager siden

    I’d love to see some more testing on Diablo stuff I’ve head really good things about that brand of tools

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Darin MacFarland
    Darin MacFarland23 dager siden

    Not going to lie I really like the fact that you put harbor stuff in there. Great videos too well done.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    23 dager siden

    Thank you!

  • eyang7
    eyang724 dager siden

    I love all these comparisons. Thanks!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    You are welcomed!

  • turd ferguson
    turd ferguson24 dager siden

    This is a tip for drilling overhead. With a cup upside down drill a hole in the center of the bottom with the drill bit you plan to use. With the bit still in the cup you're ready to drill overhead. It'll catch the concrete dust as it falls before it gets in your eyes and makes a mess. Don't be afraid to tape it in place if you need too.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • MXL94305CP
    MXL94305CP24 dager siden

    11:22 RIP

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    24 dager siden

    Thanks for watching!

  • PRASSMAN CREATIONS
    PRASSMAN CREATIONS25 dager siden

    You really need to use a proper hammer drill

  • Cmoorebutz1
    Cmoorebutz125 dager siden

    I think he should test the Sanrico ultimate drill bit. sanrico.com/products/ultimate-drill-bits

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    25 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Michael Linner
    Michael Linner25 dager siden

    Great job. Thanks Todd. I'd like to see a video on how to sharpen these bits.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    25 dager siden

    Thanks! Thanks for the video idea.

  • J T
    J T25 dager siden

    Would be awesome to see how these bits compare to the bit that's included in the packages of TapCon anchors! Also, where did you find that Irwin set for so cheap??? They are about twice that price everywhere I look online.

  • Robin Hede
    Robin Hede26 dager siden

    It's really cool to see that no brand makes everything better than all the others, a brand that makes great drill bits might make poor grinders, just as a brand that makes good glue might make bad tape, it just proof that saying a particular brand is the best is stupid

  • Matt Woodmansee
    Matt Woodmansee26 dager siden

    Surprised Hilti isnt on this list.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    26 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Thats gr8 m8 8/8
    Thats gr8 m8 8/827 dager siden

    Everyone else commenting smart shit like how these videos are helpful or something about the irwin brand but I'm over here just noticing that the hercules packaging uses minecraft item portraits on their packaging

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    26 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • 2pakk
    2pakk27 dager siden

    Well now that you have all these dull bits. How about testing sharpener tools now? As always good stuff, men's favorite channel.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    27 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • DerProGamer2000
    DerProGamer200027 dager siden

    2:38 Minecraft Brick Block :D

  • EuclidesGBM - MasterEu
    EuclidesGBM - MasterEu27 dager siden

    Is nobody gonna mention what happened @11:23 ? We letting it slide?

  • 404 Error
    404 Error28 dager siden

    BOSCH is Boss

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    27 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Christian Stock
    Christian Stock28 dager siden

    Could you include products from HILTI in your next tests ?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    28 dager siden

    Great suggestion. I'll try to include Hilti in future videos

  • Zach Carney
    Zach Carney28 dager siden

    Guess I'm in a mood this morning binging the new to me videos. Don't typically comment much. I most certainly view your videos as an "inform home owners" type so these standard bits certainly are going to be the norm. But on the job, know what kills these kinds of bits for us? Not getting the chuck tight enough on those darn smooth shafts. Once they spin it seems you never get a good tight grip again... Not a good recommendation to the average home owner due to cost but I absolutely love Bosch just because of how their proprietary bits lock into the bad ass hammer drill :D. I imagine there's other brands doing something similar, just the brand I get to use.

  • Damian Motyl
    Damian Motyl28 dager siden

    Hilti is the best xD

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    28 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Brian M
    Brian M28 dager siden

    It confirms in my mind that the Irwin is one of the better performing brands for its price. Been using these and now happier than ever to keep doing so. Thx.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    28 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • A.C. Taylor
    A.C. Taylor28 dager siden

    Another great, real world, product test. I personally have used all the brands shown here but the brand I prefer, which I have found, outperforms all of these brands, is Hilti. They use a 5 point tip which outlasts and outperforms the spade tip designs.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    28 dager siden

    Thank you!

  • Alfr Ed
    Alfr Ed28 dager siden

    I never saw anyone at the construction side Who use a cordless drill for concrete. I mean just use a rotary hammer. I get like 100 holes in Faster time.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    28 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Ady 34
    Ady 3428 dager siden

    Hilti?????????to expemsiv for you???

  • Tony Bekhazi
    Tony Bekhazi28 dager siden

    Anyone notice that all the links point to Amazon? Kinda makes it seem partial here. Anytime you get kickbacks from any retailer makes you less believable... I appreciate the reviews but seeing Amazon stamped all over this makes me a bit skeptical...

  • Happy Filmore
    Happy Filmore28 dager siden

    Nice video .... I never used anything other than Hilti bits. That’s what my employer supplies me with.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    28 dager siden

    Thanks! Thanks for sharing.

  • shadowfacex
    shadowfacex29 dager siden

    Benji

  • Matthew Swan
    Matthew Swan29 dager siden

    I drill through cement board siding a lot for my work. It looks, and is treated like wood, but is trashes my 1/2 inch bits! I find that masonry bits leave a very jagged hole on the other side (I often have to drill from inside, to outside) Could you compair bits drilling through this kind of concrete fiber board?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    29 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

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