Buyer Warm Tips Tip 1 - You must use this in a drill that has some Power. Also make sure to use the side handle for your drill, if don't you will probably twist/break your wrist. Also any plug in drill will probably work. Tip 2 - Do Not Drill This Into The Center of Your Log. Drill on the edges of your log, it will split much easier that way and help to prevent the tool getting stuck. Tip 3 - Avoid knots like the plague. It will get stuck if you try to go through a knot. Tip 4 - If you drill on the left side of the log/wood then it will take advantage of the rotation of the drill. If you are drilling on the ground then put your knee or foot against the log to prevent it from spinning, or you can angle it a bit so it rotates into the ground. Best situation you have a table/station that you can use that maybe even has a stop built into it. Tip 5 - Works best to break down already split logs into smaller kindling or smaller logs to fit into a small stove. Packing list: 1* Splitting Wood Cone Drill Bit 1* Square Handle 1* Round Handle 1* Hex Shank Follow the rules if the dimension of the woodstove door is 6 inches 1. If the log is less than 3 inches in diameter, no need to split. 2. If the log is more than 3 inches and less than 6 inches in diameter, split in half. 3. Split into four pieces, if the wood 6 to12 inches in diameter. 4. If the wood more than 12 inches in diameter, split into 6 pieces. High Quality Drill Bit for Wood 1. Made of high quality high carbon steel 2. Quick separation of logs and increased productivity. 3. Titanium coating to reduce friction and heat by heat treatment 4. It's exceptionally strong, impact resistant and wear resistant.