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Bead Reamer

Part Number:JTREAM1
Bead Reamer
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Use the bead reamer tool to enlarge, de-burr, and round-out bead holes. Three different tips included for bead holes from the smallest up to 5.0mm. Each tip is coated with diamond dust for smooth, even reaming. Tips store conveniently inside the tool.
  • Always wear safety glasses
  • Adult Use Only
. Please watch the product usage video for a video demonstration of this tool.

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Must have
I threw away so many beads before I bought this tool just because the hole was uneven or slightly faulty. So it's a great money saving device and a very useful item to add to your toolbox.
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Reviewed by:  from UK. on 9/4/2012
5 Stars
Bead Reamer
Does an excellent job.
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Reviewed by:  from BRIDGEWATER, VA. on 2/25/2012
5 Stars
No Reqrets!
My only regret is I didn't buy this bead reamer sooner! I've used others in the past, including some battery operated, but nothing works as well as this reamer. I use it primarily for pearls so I'm careful about not harming them but need the holes large enough to hand knot and use double threading near the clasps. This does the job with less 'elbow grease' and smooth even results. I may even buy another just for travel! You won't regret buying this handy and effective beading tool.
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Reviewed by:  from California. on 3/3/2015

Questions and Answers

Q: I have several recycled glass pieces (button type bead) where the hole is "clogged" with dust or just didn't get drilled through completely, would this tool be able to clean out the holes?
Asked by: Tabb Waters - 6/2/2014
A: The bead reamer is traditionally used to enlarge holes in beads such as freshwater pearls (which have notoriously small holes). If you use the finest tip and are very careful, the bead reamer is actually excellent for removing debris from holes in beads.
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Answer provided by:  Shanna (6/3/2014)
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