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100-Count Stanley Heavy Duty Steel Utility Blades w/ Dispenser EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has 100-Count Stanley 2-7/16" x 0.024" Heavy Duty Steel Utility Blades w/ Dispenser on sale for $4.99. Select free store pickup or curbside pickup where stock permits. Thanks karthik_r

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  • These high carbon steel blades are designed for general purpose cutting and fit most standard utility knives.
  • These blades are highly rated on Amazon with 4.7 out of 5 stars based on over 1200 reviews. -qwikwit

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Ace hardware has Stanley Steel Heavy Duty Blade Dispenser with 100 Blades for $4.99. Select free store or curbside pickup where available.

https://www.acehardware.com/depar...ades/20536
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I'm not sure if these are the same but Project Farm found the Stanley's to be truly heavy duty:

https://youtu.be/711IWHCljVk
Lennox used to make really good blades but they were pricey. I just started picking up these 100 packs and replacing as necessary.

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Thanks, OP, in for 1 .... because I cannot find my other 6 100-packs from the last Deal, LoL 😂

..... I like how the "blade dispenser" is "heavy duty" .... does that make the blades "So/So duty"??? lol 🤣
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Thanks, OP, in for 1 .... because I cannot find my other 6 100-packs from the last Deal, LoL 😂

..... I like how the "blade dispenser" is "heavy duty" .... does that make the blades "So/So duty"??? lol 🤣
I'm not sure if these are the same but Project Farm found the Stanley's to be truly heavy duty:

https://youtu.be/711IWHCljVk
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I'm not sure if these are the same but Project Farm found the Stanley's to be truly heavy duty:

https://youtu.be/711IWHCljVk
Oh? Goodie 👌 Thanks for sharing this 👋

I just thought it ........ "creative" to put the heavy duty before the case Wink
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If I'm cutting boxes or removing window film or cutting out weeds between driveway cracks how long will one of these heavy duty blades last???
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Thank you
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Who makes the best blades nowadays? Cause i have tried milwauakke as well as husky and both arent great. I use to have blades that would outlast them easily but dont remember what brand was it.
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Who makes the best blades nowadays? Cause i have tried milwauakke as well as husky and both arent great. I use to have blades that would outlast them easily but dont remember what brand was it.
Lennox used to make really good blades but they were pricey. I just started picking up these 100 packs and replacing as necessary.
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If I'm cutting boxes or removing window film or cutting out weeds between driveway cracks how long will one of these heavy duty blades last???

It's one of those questions where it depends on how much you use it and are you using the right tool for the job. I have 15+ box cutters of various styles, plastic and steel, laying around at different locations. The only thing they are good for is lighter duty. Box cutting, whittling down carpenter pencils, small little things when you don't have a scissors or knife available. Scraping against asphalt and concrete will dull them quickly. Window film should be fine, but not sure I'd try due to inconsistency of the cut depth.
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I'm not sure if these are the same but Project Farm found the Stanley's to be truly heavy duty:

https://youtu.be/711IWHCljVk
That dude is super awesome.
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In for one, thanks!
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twice the price on amazon?

https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-11...954&sr=8-6
Yep. Amazon is $$$$. This is $.
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Could not add to cart, oos?

Edit log out and log back in , now working
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