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Lowes.com has 5-Piece DeWALT Oscillating Tool Accessory Kit (DWA4216) on sale for $22.98. Select free in-store pickup if stock permits, otherwise, free shipping w/ MyLowes Account [Info]. Thanks bcg27

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

Alternatively, Amazon.com also has 5-Piece DeWALT Oscillating Tool Accessory Kit (DWA4216) on sale for $22.98 (discount shown when added to cart). Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.

Note, in stock on May 30th. Item must be sold/shipped by Amazon.

Includes
  • 2x DeWALT DWA4203 Oscillating Blades
  • 1x DeWALT DWA4206 Oscillating Blade
  • 1x DeWALT DWA4213 Oscillating Blade
  • 1x DeWALT DWA4217 Oscillating Blade
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These oscillating blades are universal fitted to be used for all major brands (no adapter required); great for multiple applications. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

At the time of research, the 5-Piece DeWALT Oscillating Accessory Kit (DWA4216) is $12.37 lower (34.99% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $35.35

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According to CCC this is the lowest price this kit has been. I'm guessing Amazon price matched Lowes. Free shipping at Lowes with a mylowes account. If you have a Chase Freedom card there is an additional 5% off at Lowes for this quarter.

Lowes link: https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-O...1000061739
Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1
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I buy them off eBay. Seem to last as long as the ones that originally came with my DeWalt multitool


https://www.ebay.com/itm/5pcs-Bi-...2749.l2649
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I bought this after getting my multitool kit.. wanted something nice in the bag instead of a bunch of lose tools. It's actually a really nice case that's adjustable with plenty of room for more blades.

The only thing that doesn't fit is that big blade off to the side but it's no biggie.. so yeah those that like things orderly and need those blades, diffidently pick this up, you won be disappointed.

BTW I just keep the metal/wood blade on permanently for nails and it does an amazing job.. many uses, still no signs of dulling. I even use it to cut off the tip of caulking tubes and what not, faster/safer than a box cutter!
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Good price.
I use these often. I am always mad when I have to pay so much for the blades.
Too bad it has a scraper in it. I now have about 10 scrapers. Thats the only blade that doesnt wear out quickly.
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HF had a similar set minutes the 180° blade for like $10. But I pressed this out separately for probably a little cheaper with DeWalt blades when they go on sale individually on Amazon like annuallly
I have never bought any tools from HF but the difference between a good and bad tool is how long it lasts. Dewalt is certainly a trusted company and I have a few of their tools and I can tell the difference.
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Or buy identical after market blades for 1/5th the price.
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I have never bought any tools from HF but the difference between a good and bad tool is how long it lasts. Dewalt is certainly a trusted company and I have a few of their tools and I can tell the difference.
Haha... Correct when you think about their power tools... But the HF blades are actually very good compared to everyone else plus at a fraction of the cost.

Bonus even their $15 plug-in multi tool is excellent. Just ask others that have used it.
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Or buy identical after market blades for 1/5th the price.
That would be about $1 per blade. Prove it.
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I buy them off eBay. Seem to last as long as the ones that originally came with my DeWalt multitool


https://www.ebay.com/itm/5pcs-Bi-...2749.l2649
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Haha... Correct when you think about their power tools... But the HF blades are actually very good compared to everyone else plus at a fraction of the cost.

Bonus even their $15 plug-in multi tool is excellent. Just ask others that have used it.
Interesting, I may have to go back and give them a try. I don't have many tools from Harbor Freight, but I do have the HF oscillating tool. I grabbed it on a whim just to have as a "just in case" tool. Turns out its incredibly useful. I have had it for years now and I use it all the time and its still kicking. The first thing I did when I got it was toss the included blade never did actually give it a try, just assumed it was no good.

I'll still grab these Dewalts for that case, though.
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They're not on sale right now so I'm sure they get cheaper with sales + coupons but the harbor freight warrior blades are around $7 for individual blades.

Generic chinese Amazon blades are much cheaper, between $1-$1.50/blade for a big pack. They have somewhat mixed reviews though. I imagine the ebay ones are similar.
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These are NOT the same as the $1-$2 blades on amazon and ebay. These last three times longer easy.
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Thanks OP. I've been looking for some replacement blades, I'm a sucker for cases, and this seems like a good price.

On the Harbor Freight / ebay debate, I don't mind cheaper stuff, and I like shopping at Harbor Freight, but certain things just seem worth the extra bit of money, and blades that are sharp and operate at a high velocity, falls into the category for me.
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