Bosch NailKiller Auger Bit

The Bosch NailKiller Auger Bit “Easy on Wood, Tough on Nails”

The Bosch NailKiller is an interesting drill bit and one that you should take a closer look at.
This auger bit is designed for rough in work in 2x lumber.  Electricians, Plumbers and AV installers will like this baby.

Whats so interesting about the NailKiller?

It has a reinforced tip and dual cutting edges that make drilling through nail infested wood less harried!  You’ll appreciate this auger bit if you’ve ever damage a auger bit on a hidden nail.
The  Bosch NailKiller Auger Bit a reinforced tip and dual cutting edges that allow it to withstand repeated encounters with nails.  An open-faced flute – improves chip removal.
These bits are expensive but if they last even 1/2 of the 9x life Bosch claims then they are worth the investment!  A bit that lasts that long saves you tons of money just in time and gas buying new bits ~ think about it!

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