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Clearshield Drill for Rock and Chip Windshield Repair – Windshield Crack Repair Drill – Hand Drill for Car Windshield Repair – 1 Pack

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DURABLE DRILL – Unlike so many other drills, ours will hold up during use. Since our primary focus is for our products to remain durable, we’ve created ours to last.
REPAIRS DAMAGE: This drill is specially created for those who need to repair a window or fix a chip. With the specialized design and durable material, it is the ideal drill for repairing windshield damage.
AFFORDABLE: We don’t mark these up like other vendors, we pass on the savings to you.
COMPATIBLE: Though our drill is compatible with other tools, it is best compatible with the Clearshield Drill Bits.
APPROVED: At Clearshield we do not sell anything that we aren’t using in our repair shop locations. This dril is approved and used regularly by our Windshield Repair Team, we’ve tried dozens of different drills and none of them work like this one.

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Date First Available: April 19, 2019. Best Sellers Rank: #35,867 in Automotive. Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 181 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B08HL2LSDT. Manufacturer Part Number: ‎CADB. Package Dimensions: ‎8.35 x 2.95 x 2.24 inches. Item Weight: ‎6.1 ounces. Brand: ‎Clearshield. Manufacturer: ‎Clearshield, LLC.

Specification: Clearshield Drill for Rock and Chip Windshield Repair – Windshield Crack Repair Drill – Hand Drill for Car Windshield Repair – 1 Pack

Weight 6.1 lbs

16 reviews for Clearshield Drill for Rock and Chip Windshield Repair – Windshield Crack Repair Drill – Hand Drill for Car Windshield Repair – 1 Pack

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  1. B.m

    Okay where do I start. I bought these to give them a try. I’ve been doing windshield repair for 8 years. I’ve been using one brand that entire time and one particular style of bit. I buy them from crack eraser. I thought I would try a different brand or a different style of drill bit. The bit works good when you drill into bad damaged area of a rock chip. But if you have a rock chip with a very tiny impact point where the bit Will not necessarily stay in one place. Let me explain. If you have a very crushed impact from a rock chip it works great It does. But that’s not always the case. if you have a rock chip that has a tiny little impact point where there’s just barely any surface damage. The drill bit will slide so, The bit will jump around and slide around on the windshield causing scratches. You can’t get it to drill in one spot. The other problem is if you have a leg that needs to be stopped but say it’s spread out maybe an inch I’ll pass the rock chip. You can’t drill without it sliding around on the windshield. Which causes surface scratches all over the place. So I’m comparing them from the ones I’ve been using for the past 8 years. They fit in my Dremel No problem I don’t have to change anything out. They’re the same diameter of the ones I was using prior which I am going to be going back to. I do also crack repair so if you have a 6-in crack and you need to put a little bullseye at the end of the crack to stop it again it slides around on the windshield causing surface scratches and all kinds of marks in the glass that doesn’t need to be done. When using the other ones I can turn my Dremel on set where I want without the bit jumping and sliding around on the windshield causing excessive damage. I don’t know where all the good reviews are from maybe friends I don’t know but I think they’re junk. I’ve given them a honest time frame of using them. I will never buy this brand again this is truly junk. I’ll try to get some super close-up pictures to show the difference between the brand I was buying before and this brand. This is my experience with these bits. So the pictures show the two side-by-side. The ones from clearfield have the carbide teeth that are wrapped around the end of the bits. In my opinion that’s what causes the jumping around and scratching the windshield. Versus the other brand I buy from crack eraser. And this is not an advertising for him. It’s just what I’ve been using. The ones from crack eraser I can turn on my Dremel set it exactly where I want to on the windshield without it moving or jumping around or sliding and scratching the windshield. These are definitely going to be returned. It’s my opinion I’m going back even though these are $3 cheaper it’s not worth it I want quality repairs without causing excessive damage to someone’s windshield.Read more

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  2. Todd B.

    I’ve been repairing windshield chips for over 30 years now…these drill bits are required to drill into the glass down to the laminate in the windshield to allow the windshield resin repair material a place to go. These are the exact bits I have been buying for over 30 years,however as the years went my suppliers moved or closed.. I was very happy,but skeptical to try these. When arrived I found them to be perfect for the glass repair situation.They are the correct size and shape, and very strong! I use each bit aprox.10 times before replacing… I had previously used these in a cordless dremel tool with special collar to fit them..But that tool gave out one day,and before I could search for a replacement, my buddy said to just use my makita 12 volt drill instead… I did and thee drill bits fit! it is the 12 volt lithium smaller battery type drill. So when I use these drill bits, I use the drill on high speed and put very little if any pressure on the drill to glass.too much pressure will break the windshield.the hole size is perfect to allow resin to fill the chip and very small and is concealed after repair. great drill bits,great quality!Read more

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  3. Sam K

    I ordered these bits as replacements for my windshield (rock damage) repair kit. I was a bit surprised at the size, but it makes perfect sense, you only require a tiny needle-like hole. The little zip lock bag the bits were in came in a large bubble wrap envelope, I almost threw the envelope away because I didn’t notice the merchandise stuck in the corner. You must look very close or you may think the envelope is empty.Read more

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  4. William McKibbin

    Tried to fix a crack in my windshield. These didn’t do such a great job. Regardless of what speed I set my dremmel at, I had to put more pressure than I wanted to, in order to get the drill bit to start drilling. That act caused my windshield to crack a bit more. Find a different brand.Read more

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  5. Richard Cranium

    I can’t imagine these fitting a normal sized drill chuck. Maybe some sort of precision micro drill…which I didnt have.Read more

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  6. Jeff

    Perfect for windsheildsRead more

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  7. kent solomon

    These were the worst bits I’ve ever used. After the first few broke I through out the rest. These were only available on Amazon so I thought I’d give them a shot. Ended up ordering from Delta kits. These are by fr the best. Not available on Amazon thoughRead more

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  8. rd1955

    they work pretty good but dont hold thier sharpness very long. I guess you get what you pay for !!!Read more

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  9. B.m

    Okay where do I start. I bought these to give them a try. I’ve been doing windshield repair for 8 years. I’ve been using one brand that entire time and one particular style of bit. I buy them from crack eraser. I thought I would try a different brand or a different style of drill bit. The bit works good when you drill into bad damaged area of a rock chip. But if you have a rock chip with a very tiny impact point where the bit Will not necessarily stay in one place. Let me explain. If you have a very crushed impact from a rock chip it works great It does. But that’s not always the case. if you have a rock chip that has a tiny little impact point where there’s just barely any surface damage. The drill bit will slide so, The bit will jump around and slide around on the windshield causing scratches. You can’t get it to drill in one spot. The other problem is if you have a leg that needs to be stopped but say it’s spread out maybe an inch I’ll pass the rock chip. You can’t drill without it sliding around on the windshield. Which causes surface scratches all over the place. So I’m comparing them from the ones I’ve been using for the past 8 years. They fit in my Dremel No problem I don’t have to change anything out. They’re the same diameter of the ones I was using prior which I am going to be going back to. I do also crack repair so if you have a 6-in crack and you need to put a little bullseye at the end of the crack to stop it again it slides around on the windshield causing surface scratches and all kinds of marks in the glass that doesn’t need to be done. When using the other ones I can turn my Dremel on set where I want without the bit jumping and sliding around on the windshield causing excessive damage. I don’t know where all the good reviews are from maybe friends I don’t know but I think they’re junk. I’ve given them a honest time frame of using them. I will never buy this brand again this is truly junk. I’ll try to get some super close-up pictures to show the difference between the brand I was buying before and this brand. This is my experience with these bits. So the pictures show the two side-by-side. The ones from clearfield have the carbide teeth that are wrapped around the end of the bits. In my opinion that’s what causes the jumping around and scratching the windshield. Versus the other brand I buy from crack eraser. And this is not an advertising for him. It’s just what I’ve been using. The ones from crack eraser I can turn on my Dremel set it exactly where I want to on the windshield without it moving or jumping around or sliding and scratching the windshield. These are definitely going to be returned. It’s my opinion I’m going back even though these are $3 cheaper it’s not worth it I want quality repairs without causing excessive damage to someone’s windshield.Read more

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  10. Todd B.

    I’ve been repairing windshield chips for over 30 years now…these drill bits are required to drill into the glass down to the laminate in the windshield to allow the windshield resin repair material a place to go. These are the exact bits I have been buying for over 30 years,however as the years went my suppliers moved or closed.. I was very happy,but skeptical to try these. When arrived I found them to be perfect for the glass repair situation.They are the correct size and shape, and very strong! I use each bit aprox.10 times before replacing… I had previously used these in a cordless dremel tool with special collar to fit them..But that tool gave out one day,and before I could search for a replacement, my buddy said to just use my makita 12 volt drill instead… I did and thee drill bits fit! it is the 12 volt lithium smaller battery type drill. So when I use these drill bits, I use the drill on high speed and put very little if any pressure on the drill to glass.too much pressure will break the windshield.the hole size is perfect to allow resin to fill the chip and very small and is concealed after repair. great drill bits,great quality!Read more

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  11. Sam K

    I ordered these bits as replacements for my windshield (rock damage) repair kit. I was a bit surprised at the size, but it makes perfect sense, you only require a tiny needle-like hole. The little zip lock bag the bits were in came in a large bubble wrap envelope, I almost threw the envelope away because I didn’t notice the merchandise stuck in the corner. You must look very close or you may think the envelope is empty.Read more

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  12. William McKibbin

    Tried to fix a crack in my windshield. These didn’t do such a great job. Regardless of what speed I set my dremmel at, I had to put more pressure than I wanted to, in order to get the drill bit to start drilling. That act caused my windshield to crack a bit more. Find a different brand.Read more

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  13. Richard Cranium

    I can’t imagine these fitting a normal sized drill chuck. Maybe some sort of precision micro drill…which I didnt have.Read more

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  14. Jeff

    Perfect for windsheildsRead more

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  15. kent solomon

    These were the worst bits I’ve ever used. After the first few broke I through out the rest. These were only available on Amazon so I thought I’d give them a shot. Ended up ordering from Delta kits. These are by fr the best. Not available on Amazon thoughRead more

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  16. rd1955

    they work pretty good but dont hold thier sharpness very long. I guess you get what you pay for !!!Read more

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