Model#: BSHNHMD250

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Bosch HMD250 Daredevil 2-1/2 in. Carbide Hole Saw

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Bosch's premium carbide teeth mean greater speed, time savings and a better result on the job. The HMD250 Daredevil 2-1/2 in. Carbide Hole Saw makes fast, clean holes in multiple materials including wood, drywall, tile, brick, block, cement block and aluminum.
With longer life and up to 10X greater speed than a bi-metal hole saw, this bit features a cup that is 50% deeper than standard hole saws to accommodate more applications.
  • Premium sharp carbide teeth for fast, clean holes
  • 50% deeper cup to accommodate more applications
  • Longer life and up to 10X faster than bi-metal hole saws
  • Multi-purpose pilot bit is optimized to material so the right bit always fits the right application
  • Daredevil 2-1/2 in. Carbide Hole SawHMD250


Series: Daredevil
Length: 2 in.
Cutting Depth: 2-3/8 in.
Diameter: 2-1/2 in.
Minimum Chuck Size Required: 3/8 in.
Type: Hole Saw



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Awsome cutter
these carbide cutters are totally awsome. I've been roughing in plumbing and electrical for 50yrs and these cutters are a game changer. Before these, the standard practice for cutting big holes ( 1 1/4 + ) in framing was gouging out the entire hole volume with expensive self feed wood bore bits and an angle drill, whitch usually consisted of pushing your guts out after the pilot broke through the other side of the stud or joist. That, an the occasional bit catch, that jams your elbow into the subfloor an half breaks your wrist. These eliminate all that. They work perfect on solid wood or fabricated framing and you don't need a 15 lb. angle drill or hole hog to do it.
A light weight high speed drill is all u need.
May 27, 2017
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