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DeWalt Oscillating Set (8 Pieces) - $30 @ Home Depot, In Store Only, YMMV $29.88

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I bought the DeWalt Oscillating tool in store and saw the DeWalt Oscillating Set with 8 pieces for $29.88:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../308399402

Set includes 2 DWA4210 semicircle blades, 3 DWA4206 fast cut wood blade, 3 DWA4203 wood with nails.
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Not sure this qualifies as a slick deal. Still expensive for limited use. Here are many more blades for $30 with good reviews:

EONLION Metal/Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black&Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago (30 Pcs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MT4Z...eDb6ENXGXG

Vtopmart 20 Metal Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black & Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Makita Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C3RR...eDb14NHHEW
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Not sure this qualifies as a slick deal. Still expensive for limited use. Here are many more blades for $30 with good reviews:

EONLION Metal/Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black&Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago (30 Pcs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MT4Z...eDb6ENXGXG

Vtopmart 20 Metal Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black & Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Makita Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C3RR...eDb14NHHEW
With respect, both of those links get an F and a D respectively from Fakespot (meaning they have tons of fake reviews). My experience with multitool blades hasn't been great with off brands in regards to durability. The Dewalt seem to last longer than any off brand blade I've purchased.

If one is going to buy a chinese made blade I'd personally buy the Harbor Freight before either of those.
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Are we sure Dewalt blades aren't made in China? Their drill bits are made in China, so why not these blades? I'm guessing they are the "globally sourced parts".

Fakespot is not reliable itself as people here are finding. The first listing with 128 reviews is questionable, but not the second with 500+ reviews. Blade reviews are all over the place from any brand. Contractors saying the blades are just as good as the original, others saying they wear out or snap. Contractors should probably pay a little more and not take chances.
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I bought this same pack at Home Depot a few days ago for the same price. I usually buy oscillating blades in bulk on Amazon then I also buy these for more important projects. I have bought this Dewalt set over 10 times since I own a construction company (mostly before I found the cheaper ones on Amazon) https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-O...1000061739

In my experience the Dewalt blades last longer and cut better. This set is a good deal when you compare it to what Dewalt oscillating blades typically cost. I don't think they are worth the typical full retail price but these are about half off of that.
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Not sure this qualifies as a slick deal. Still expensive for limited use. Here are many more blades for $30 with good reviews:

EONLION Metal/Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black&Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago (30 Pcs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MT4Z...eDb6ENXGXG [amazon.com]

Vtopmart 20 Metal Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black & Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Makita Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C3RR...eDb14NHHEW [amazon.com]
I bought the Vtopmart ones 10 days ago. I've used 2 blades so far and discarded one that was worn out. Bought them for an enclosed patio project and used the first one on ~30 linear feet of sheet goods and trim boards. It bit the dust when I hit a hidden screw with it. Blade 2 is going strong so far. If you feed these at an appropriate speed and clear out the cut as you go along, they cut just as well as my bosch blades so far. I'm using these on a Milwaukee M18 Multitool and a corded Ridgid model (depends on the situation).
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With respect, both of those links get an F and a D respectively from Fakespot (meaning they have tons of fake reviews). My experience with multitool blades hasn't been great with off brands in regards to durability. The Dewalt seem to last longer than any off brand blade I've purchased.

If one is going to buy a chinese made blade I'd personally buy the Harbor Freight before either of those.
Check out a channel called "project farm" on youtube. I don't think he has used multi-tool blades in any tests yet, but based on his previous tests with any harbor freight blades, they just don't last long at all due to inferior steel.
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Not sure this qualifies as a slick deal. Still expensive for limited use. Here are many more blades for $30 with good reviews:

EONLION Metal/Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black&Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago (30 Pcs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MT4Z...eDb6ENXGXG

Vtopmart 20 Metal Wood Oscillating Multitool Quick Release Saw Blades Fit Fein Multimaster Porter Cable Black & Decker Bosch Dremel Craftsman Ridgid Ryobi Makita Milwaukee Dewalt Rockwell Chicago https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C3RR...eDb14NHHEW
There's a review of these popping off Dremel snap in connection. I believe they're fine for one that screw on like ryobi or craftsmans
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These sold out so fast near me. Wanted to grab a pack, they have to be better than the cheapo amazon blades.
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