October 27, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros

Spyder Hole Saws Preview

Spyder Hole Saws


I am a fan of any innovation that makes those irritating little things on the jobsite easier and Spyder Products just made my day with the new Spyder Hole Saws. This new design eliminates the need for a screwdriver or knife to dig out the core after drilling your hole.

Spyder has patented what they are calling the Rapid Core Eject that is the catalyst behind Spyder Hole Saws. This arbor system allows you to push a button that unlocks the hole saw from the arbor. By sliding the hole saw back, it exposes the entire core which can then be grasped firmly and pulled off.

“Hole saw users told us their number one issue was removing plugs quickly after making cuts,” says Ryan Campbell, general manager of Spyder Products. “Cores get stuck inside hole saw cups, and it’s necessary to use a screwdriver or other device to extract them, a time-consuming, frustrating process. We designed our new holes to specifically address this frustration.”

Spyder Hole Saws

In addition to Rapid Core Ejection arbors, Spyder Hole Saws are also engineered to allow you to cut at an angle. Clicking and sliding the hole saw back will give the pilot bit enough room to do its work until the edge of the hole saw can engage.

Have you ever drilled too small of a hole? Spyder has dealt with that issue as well. Spyder Hole Saws can be stacked, so a larger hole saw can be used for drilling while the smaller one acts as the pilot to guide smoother cutting.

There are two options to choose from with the new Spyder Hole Saws. Variable tooth pitch bi-metal steel hole saws offer fast and clean cuts. These have retail prices that range from $6.49 – $39.98

TCT (Tungsten Carbide) Hole Saws come at a premium price that on paper, look to be worth the extra expenditure. Spyder promises that they will last many times longer than the standard hole saws and cut up to five times faster. The TCT Spyder Hole Saws will range from $13.62 – $68.96.

Both versions will come in sizes from 3/4″ to 6-5/8″ and will fit on other manufacturers’ arbors. Lowe’s and Grainger look to be the two major retailers along with other stores where Spyder Products are sold. For more information, check out the video and visit Spyder Tools website!


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The tungsten carbide, it did the job okay, but it was slower drilling and one of the blades broke when it hit a nail. But the mandrel was cool,

I had a chance to use these a few months back, I normally use the diamond tip Milwaukee ones. Honestly these are garbage, except for the mandrel, i really liked how you could slide the whole thing back and the core just drops right out.

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