Drill bits to get users out of tight spots 23 August 2023

C.K Tools has launched what it describes to be the shortest fluted wood bits on the market. The Fast4Access drill bits, measuring 80mm in length, will allow users to drill through wood to create clean and fast holes in limited space.

Designed for tight corners, smaller joists, and jobs where a smooth run is critical Fast4Access promises fast, tidy results when drilling into wood. C.K states the new bits are 50% shorter than the existing Fast4 range, and 30% shorter than similar products on the market. This makes Fast4Access ideal when space is too limited to drill a hole head on, or when accuracy is essential.

The drill bits boast a threaded screw tip for faster drilling speed, and four cutting faces, allowing for clean, accurate holes at speed. Its four-flute design also ensures the rapid removal of wood chips and debris. Fast4Access is made from high carbon steel with black oxide coating, making it job site ready and safe from corrosion. For added durability, it can also be sharpened by the user. Its 6.35mm hex shank and range of core sizes, including 16mm, 20mm, 22mm and 25mm, add to Fast4Access’ ease of use.

“This latest range promises all the traits of our standard Fast4 line-up – durability, speed, precision, cleanliness – in the smallest package on the market. It’s going to simplify and tidy tricky jobs in countless scenarios, removing the need to drill at an angle and producing neat and tidy holes without sacrificing speed or power,” says Brinley Buckley Roberts, brand manager at C.K Tools. “As with all our products, the range has been crafted with precision engineering and promises longevity as well as great results. These bits might be tiny, but they’re set to make a big impact.”

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