Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Don Great for adding electrical wire during remodelling
I was able to drill a hole in the top wall plates to add a wire after the sheetrock had been installed, and did it through the hole for the switch box. By using a fish tape through the new hold I was able to pull the new wire without significantly disturbing the attic insulation.
October 27, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by DenverDude Cheap materials, poor quality.
Though a flex bit is the right tool for the job, this is not the one you should buy. A good one is a time saving miracle. However, as reported in other reviews, this one is lousy and frustrating. The end snaps off in the chuck immediately and the bit goes dull every 3 holes or less. It's easy to sharpen because the metal is so soft, but of course it dulls easily. After struggling to get perfect placement at the end of a 5' reach this bit did not have the gumption to pull itself through, even though just sharpened. The bit just spins after the auger is fully engaged. Maybe I can knock it through with my BFH. They have those here don't they?
April 16, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cableguy1775 great tool
i think denverdude has no idea how to truly use this bit. i use this bit for running coax cables in houses and wow it works great. the sharpness of the blade is excellent and goes through wood like butter. i do wish the price was a little bit lower. the quality of metal was good. i like that it has strength and durability, but has a great bend tolerance.
April 30, 2015