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1-3/8 in. Diamond Hole Saw with Water Delivering System

  • Cut holes in marble, granite, ceramic and porcelain
  • Diamond grit edge
  • Water-cooling guide cup for longer life
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Product Overview

The QEP 1-3/8 in. Tile Hole Saw is a good choice for faucet, pipe and shower head installations. This hole saw features a durable diamond grit edge, for faster cuts, less dust and less chipping. Use when installing bathroom fixtures on marble, granite, ceramic and porcelain tiles.
  • Fits 1/2 in. and 3/8 in. drill chucks
  • For cutting through the hardest porcelain, ceramic, marble and granite
  • Metal saw with diamond grit edge
  • Drill guide holds hole saw in place during cutting
  • Additional mounting tape pads available as model number 10570 (sold separately)

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
3 in
Assembled Height (in.)
2.875 in
Assembled Width (in.)
3 in
Bit Length (in.)
2.875
Shank Diameter
1-3/8 in

Details

Bit Material
Steel
Drill Bit Type
Specialty
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Specialty
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Application
Glass,Porcelain
Returnable
180-Day
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Straight

Questions & Answers

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can i use this saw to cut thru limestone 2in. thick

Asked by bird February 4, 2014
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Absolutely. Drill as far as it will go. Snap off the core in the middle of the hole using some type of wedge such as a slotted screwdriver. Remove the blue water dam as the hole will now hold the water. Repeat this process as necessary. With a drill shank extender there is no limit to the thickness you can drill but it will become tedious.

can I drill on either side of the tiles?

Asked by osu54 December 17, 2017
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yes if you are careful

Will this work with a chuckles drill

Asked by Jpa April 27, 2019
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If you mean drill with keyless chuck. Yes

Can this cut through an enameled basin?

Asked by Amw April 28, 2016
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Yes! I just used this to drill a perfect hole in an enameled cast-iron kitchen sink. I cut a hole to install a soap dispenser. It worked great!

Is there a larger drill like this. I need one that can give me at least a 2 inch hole?

Asked by Dinny September 17, 2016
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they can be ordered on line

can i use this to drill a hole on a glass?

Asked by jong July 6, 2015
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You need to go slow if you drill glass, and keep the water in the delivery device. You know you have enough when an opaque slurry forms. Gently lift the drill bit enough to allow the water into the groove. You will burn the bit and damage the 'diamond' coating if allowed to run dry.

Can a DeWalt 3/8" variable speed electric drill handle this job?

Asked by BP November 14, 2016
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I used a cordless Ryobi drill and it worked fine. You don't want to put too much pressure as you core through anyway - but you DO need to "push". If you are slowing a corded drill down significantly, you are probably putting too much pressure on it.

I want to drill a hole in my granite countertop. Kind of nervous. Any advice on how this handles ...

Asked by freezing December 20, 2016
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I used it on a granite slab with an 18v brushless Milwaukee. It only took about two minutes to go through the slab. Very clean and neat hole. Would highly recommend

I’ve cracked two porcelain tiles putting holes in them. Am I pushing too hard on drill or is dr...

Asked by Mike November 19, 2019
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If the water receptacle is holding the water through the entire filling process, I'd say excess pressure or uneven surface below the tile are the likely culprits. I've used this on porcelain tile, ceramic tile, granite and quartz countertops and haven't had any cracking. You should also make sure the cutting edge doesn't have any dents or is out of round, in case that is creating an increased pressure on the tile.

Will this cut through a glass table?

Asked by John1688 May 15, 2020
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I used this tool to cut porcelain tile, but I'm not sure if it would successfully cut through glass. Only one way to find out.

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This is such a brilliant idea! It worked perfectly and cut the hole in ceramic tile for a faucet ...
This is such a brilliant idea! It worked perfectly and cut the hole in ceramic tile for a faucet in under 10 seconds.
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This hole saw cut through my tile great. The guide that comes with it made it very easy to line u...
This hole saw cut through my tile great. The guide that comes with it made it very easy to line up exacty where I needed to cut. I'll be getting alot of use out of it.
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I needed to drill a hole in my 1" granite counter top for an instant hot water faucet. After rese...
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I needed to drill a hole in my 1" granite counter top for an instant hot water faucet. After researching, I decided to go with this over a $50 - $80 bit. I was nervous, but it worked like a charm, well almost. The blue cup would not stick long enough to complete the hole. Luckily, my wife was home, so she was able to slowly pour water as I drilled. For $20, it worked better than I expected, and I would feel confident drilling a second hole, but not needed.
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I really like the plastic drill guide that comes with the hole saw. The 1-3/8 inch hole saw work...
I really like the plastic drill guide that comes with the hole saw. The 1-3/8 inch hole saw worked well going through my 3/4" Quartz stone slab. I have used it for installing an RO system faucet, a food disposal air switch and just to allow access for power cords on my secondary island. Definitely met my expectations and would recommend it to anyone.
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I'm not one easily pleased by products/tools, but this diamond hole saw is a 9 (of 10)! I needed...
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I'm not one easily pleased by products/tools, but this diamond hole saw is a 9 (of 10)! I needed to cut a hole thru 1" granite countertop to mount a soap dispenser. Took about 10 minutes, with pauses in between to cool saw off under tap water. The plastic guide with adhesive strips is genius!! Only issue was that after the first minute or two, the adhesive came loose from granite (I had even cleaned area with rubbing alcohol). Once the guide came loose, I had to stop drilling every so often and cool bit off under water, plus poor a little water over the area being drilled. If the adhesive had held, I could have done it in 5 mins - as you add some water inside the plastic guide to cool/lubricate the bit...
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I can't believe I did this on my own. The plumber came to install our reverse osmosis system and ...
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I can't believe I did this on my own. The plumber came to install our reverse osmosis system and we needed a second hole in our quartz countertop. I went on you tube and this was recommended. I poured water in the blue cup guide and was able to drill the hole in seconds. The hole finish was smooth and professional. Even the plumber was impressed. FYI, I'm a 46 year old woman with 3 kids. If I can do it, anyone can!
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Look no further - this is the bit you should get
Amazing little kit! I was looking for a bit to drill a hole through my granite countertop. I saw some at large online retailers, but reviews mentioned three big things (1) hard to drill straight (2) some bits were not deep enough and (3) had to stop and wait for bit to cool down. This solves all three between the guide, water well, and the deep bit. Start to finish was just a few minutes - only about 30 seconds actual drilling with an 20v cordless. The bit has plenty of life still in it as well. Well worth the price and love that it comes with the guide and extra foam tape pads in case you need multiple holes. In my picture you can see the bit, the plug drilled from my granite, the installed disposal air switch, and the guide/water well
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Dulls quickly even in cool water.
Dulls quickly even in cool water.
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Best invention to make holes for shower head and pipes 1” wide on your tile projects.
Best invention to make holes for shower head and pipes 1” wide on your tile projects.
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Worked great as a one time use. Drilled a hole in my quartz counter for a soap dispenser. I was w...
Worked great as a one time use. Drilled a hole in my quartz counter for a soap dispenser. I was worried about doing it and waited two years before trying.. Having the reservoir as a guide and tape made it easy and the price was right. Just do it!
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