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8-Piece Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 8-Piece Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit (49-10-9125) on sale for $19.97. Shipping is free. Thanks alen129

Includes:
  • 3x 1-3/8" High Carbon Steel Wood Blades
  • 2x 2-1/2" High Carbon Steel Wood Blade
  • 1x 1-3/8" Titanium Enhanced Bi-Metal Multi-Material Blade
  • 1x 2-1/4" Rigid Stainless Steel Scraper Blade
  • 1x 2-1/4" Flexible Stainless Steel Scraper Blade
  • 1x Adapter
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Homedepot has Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit (8-Piece) for $19.97 down form $39.99

According to the reviews these are US made blades

It has 4 different type use blades, compatible with "most" oscillating tools and a storage case. They are of high carbon steel, and black oxide coated which makes them more durable.



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For those of you who recently purchased one of the dewalt deals that included an oscillating too, this will fit.

I actually bought this set last year and really like the way it cuts. Prior to this set, I used cheap eBay blades which were good for 1 or 2 uses. This set in OP is very good and I'll be picking up another set as backup.

If anyone has a good recommendation for a sanding attachment that keeps the sandpaper attached and doesn't get destroyed, I'm all ears!

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Just ordered thanks
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Really good price!
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Bought 1 thanks.
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In for one...thanks OP!
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Just order a set
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These should work with Ryobi and Ridgid multitools, right?
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For those of you who recently purchased one of the dewalt deals that included an oscillating too, this will fit.

I actually bought this set last year and really like the way it cuts. Prior to this set, I used cheap eBay blades which were good for 1 or 2 uses. This set in OP is very good and I'll be picking up another set as backup.

If anyone has a good recommendation for a sanding attachment that keeps the sandpaper attached and doesn't get destroyed, I'm all ears!
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These should work with Ryobi and Ridgid multitools, right?
Ridgid, I know it fits, I got one for my brother in law and it fits perfectly.
Not sure about Ryobi, but chances are it will fit
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I am pretty sure these are universal, and fit all oscillating tool brands.

I am going broke with these Home Depot deals. Thanks OP
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I'm all over this! I bought a 20 pack of Chinese cheapos from Amazon and they are good for half a day's work if you're really gentle with them and don't hit any metal. But if you abuse them, the Open-Lok hitch/union area can split and get stuck on the saw. Nice to have them but it's imperative to have really good ones like this when you get in a jam or don't have time to fool around.
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I'm all over this! I bought a 20 pack of Chinese cheapos from Amazon and they are good for half a day's work if you're really gentle with them and don't hit any metal. But if you abuse them, the Open-Lok hitch/union area can split and get stuck on the saw. Nice to have them but it's imperative to have really good ones like this when you get in a jam or don't have time to fool around.
One Milwaukee blade would outperform 20 Chinese made POS blades any day.
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Just got my M12 multi tool last week, in for one. Thanks.
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