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Bosch HCBG500 Blue Granite 5-Piece Hammer Drill Bit Carbide Tip Starter Set

by Bosch

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  • Includes driver, 2 batteries, 1-hour charger, took hook, double-ended bit, case
  • 6-1/2 inches, 4 pounds with battery, 1-year warranty
  • 3 Year Tool Protection Plan
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Bosch HCBG500 Blue Granite 5-Piece Hammer Drill Bit Carbide Tip Starter Set + Bosch 1191VSRK 120V 1/2-Inch Single Speed Hammer Drill
Price For Both: CDN$ 116.50


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Technical Details
Part NumberHCBG500
Product Dimensions23.4 x 10.7 x 0.8 cm
Item model numberHCBG500
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Length23.4 centimeter
Width10.7 centimeter
Height8 millimeters
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000TZYYS
Best Sellers Rank #2,381 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight181 g
Date First AvailableJuly 27 2011
  
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Product Description

Blue Granite hammer drill bits deliver fast impact drilling in concrete, stone and masonry. Low-Voltage, high temperature brazing prevents the carbide cutting edge from breaking out even when heat builds up during deep drilling.

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By jamarrhea on June 26 2013
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Drilled a hundred holes through plywood and an inch of concrete in 4 seconds every time, no signs of wearing down yet.
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I borrowed a friend's hammer drill (department store branded) which come with masonry drill bits and I tried to drill some holes on our concrete shed base for the anchors. The combo I borrowed didnt work at all. I got this Bosch drill bit set and it feels like cutting butter with them when drilling through the concrete!
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Amazon.com: 25 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Fast, Easy Drilling Through Concrete Oct. 16 2012
By C. MacPhail - Published on Amazon.com
Used with a hammer drill, these buzz through concrete block fast (see video). I'm not sure how they compare with premium bits from DeWalt and Milwaukee, but they're affordable, and way better than ordinary masonry bits.

PROs:

- Fast drilling in concrete (see Note 1)
- Price is nice

OK's:

- Round shanks -- not flat-surface shanks like the DeWalt and Milwaukee. But it doesn't seem to be a problem.

CONs:

- No storage case included with the HCBG500 set.

- - - Alternatives - - -

- Bosch HCBG501 (5-piece set: 5/32" to 3/8") (includes case)
- Bosch HCBG800 (8-piece set: 3/16" to 5/8")
- DEWALT DW5207 (7-piece: 3/16" to 1/2")
- Milwaukee 48-20-8851 (5-piece: 5/32" to 3/8")

- - - Pricing - - -

Price jumps around. Low tide is 10-11. There's an "Online Price Alert" that will email you whenever this or any amazon product dips below your target price. Google it. It's nicely done. Or try camelcamelcamel.

Prices of Milwaukee and DeWalt bits also jump around a lot. Put a watch on all three.

- - - Notes - - -

Note 1: I drilled a bunch of 3/8" holes in 2-1/2 inch thick concrete block, using a cordless hammer drill. The holes took 10 seconds each.

~~~ Comments & questions welcome ~~~
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Tough sharp bits. Sept. 5 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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So far, these bits are tough, sharp, and correctly sized. Don't know the life yet, nor how straight they are. There seems to be no wobble in the ones I have used.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Work great! Works with a standard drill as well. July 1 2013
By GM - Published on Amazon.com
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These work great! I use them with my standard drill. Though it is preferable to use these bits with a hammer drill these will work with a standard drill. They definitely get the job done!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Amazon masonry bits July 24 2012
By Jim E. - Published on Amazon.com
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Great set of masonry bits.
Performs well.
Good price.
Fast delivery
Great set.
Concrete cinder blocks was a fast & easy operation.
Solid Concrete was also pretty fast & easy, does not dullen easy.
They will get your masonry job done.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Drilled through concrete as if it was butter! Dec 10 2012
By FamilyOfTiredPeople - Published on Amazon.com
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Ordered these drill bits, along with a Porter-Cable hammer-drill for a basement entrance renovation. The two together worked great. Remember to drill a deeper than the screws you are using, reverse the drill (or use shop vac) to get out the loose particles and be sure that you have the right length concrete screws (I broke a few off before realizing they are only designed to thread about an inch and a half of concrete, even on a 4" concrete screw).