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3-Pk Bosch Starlock Oscillating Multi Tool Bi-Metal Plunge Cut Blade EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack Bosch Starlock Oscillating Multi Tool Bi-Metal Plunge Cut Blade (OSL114F-3, 1-1/4") on sale for $12.86. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+. Thanks sleepybubba

Note, expected to ship within 1-4 weeks.

Features:
  • Bi-metal cutting edge for all-purpose applications including wood with nails
  • Curved Tec blade design for greater control and smooth, precise plunge cuts
  • Color coded interface and laser etched blade to quickly identify the right blade
  • Starlock interface for professional performance, also works with OIS compatible tools including Bosch, Fein, Milwaukee, Makita, Rigid, others
  • Precision Swiss made blade
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I never realized how expensive the branded oscillating blades are before actually needing them. This is the lowest I found on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1

Pretty decent deal IMHO at $4.29 per Bosch-branded blade.

QA note: usually ships within 1-4 weeks.
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Lowest ever according to 3camels. Picked up a couple, thanks!
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This is a great deal. I just bought them last week for 24.93 minus the $5 Bosch offer. Seems the base price was raised temporarily at the time.
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Will they fit a Dewalt? Thanks
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how does "bi-metal" compare to carbide blades?

By bookreader on April 18, 2018
Doesn't fit my Dremel multi-tool.
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Will they fit a Dewalt? Thanks
It should with the universal adaptor. You will lose quick release functionality though.
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Good deal - but I'd say I'm partial to the carbide blades that Bosch also sells. If you're a heavy multitool users, these cost double, but seem to last much longer for me and are totally worth the added cost - especially if you may be cutting through metal.

https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-Star...B01DDA7QY6
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how does "bi-metal" compare to carbide blades?

By bookreader on April 18, 2018
Doesn't fit my Dremel multi-tool.
Carbide in general does not hone to as sharp of an edge than bimetal blades- but durability is much higher, especially if you're at a risk of overheating the blade.

Just like any other blade (table/circular saw, router, planer) - most woodworkers prefer carbide if it's an option, simply for the wear-resistance.

If you're apt to believe propaganda videos here's one [youtube.com]
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That $13 for 3 blades is considered a good deal is the exact reason why I rarely use an oscillating tool anymore.

I've found that a Japanese style flush cut saw, chisels, mini hacksaw, mouse sander, or angle grinder will often work just as good and nearly just as quick as any of my oscillating tools. However, that rare time where nothing else will do makes owning that tool and a handful of blades well worth it.
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It should with the universal adaptor. You will lose quick release functionality though.
Thanks.
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That $13 for 3 blades is considered a good deal is the exact reason why I rarely use an oscillating tool anymore.

I've found that a Japanese style flush cut saw, chisels, mini hacksaw, mouse sander, or angle grinder will often work just as good and nearly just as quick as any of my oscillating tools. However, that rare time where nothing else will do makes owning that tool and a handful of blades well worth it.
Totally agree! Same thing with my Dremel rotary tool. Although I did just re-grout a kitchen counter over last few weeks and my Milwaukee multi tool was indispensable.
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Any suggestion on what type of blade will work for hardi plank? Will this work? I need to remove a small piece of fascia.
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