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DEWALT Oscillating Tool Titanium Blade $8.61

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I don't have any experience with that particular blade (unless it's the one that comes with the oscillating tool accessory kit), but I can say, even the "generic" carbide blades I've bought have done much much much better than the bi-metal/HCS blades I've used from Dewalt.

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I don't have any experience with that particular blade (unless it's the one that comes with the oscillating tool accessory kit), but I can say, even the "generic" carbide blades I've bought have done much much much better than the bi-metal/HCS blades I've used from Dewalt.

Just curious would you mind sharing these other blades that you talk about? I got a couple of the Bosch carbide ones that have fine teeth but they were pricey and it would be nice to explore what other options are there for carbide.
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Just curious would you mind sharing these other blades that you talk about? I got a couple of the Bosch carbide ones that have fine teeth but they were pricey and it would be nice to explore what other options are there for carbide.
Of course!

I bought these: $7 a blade for carbide is cheaper than the Dewalt branded one. Can't speak to how it compares to the Bosch blades, but they certainly are night and day better than Bi-metal/HCS blades

https://www.amazon.com/EZARC-Osci...01MG7OGLW/

My use case was cutting through an existing metal electrical box. The carbide blade tore right through it. The bi-metal blade was a bit of a struggle, and required more pressure which is less safe, especially in that situation. Even if it was only 1 time use, it would be worth the $7.
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The blade isn't titanium. It's "titanium coated."
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Ordered, then immediately canceled when I sorted to most recent reviews. LOTS of complaints about teeth shearing off after one use. I'm thinking that's why it's discounted.
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Unless they are carbide, I personally view them as all the same.

I purchased a wood blade from harbor freight for my Dewalt XR oscillating tool. I am very surprised that it is still going strong.
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Over priced for one blade. Same price at home depot.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../204793123
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I stopped buying brand name blades for my multi-tool and reciprocating saw. I bought this pack last time and haven't noticed any difference in quality.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

There are other sellers and brands selling the same thing, i'm sure they're all the same.
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Watched a good video awhile back on resharpening your oscillating blades for those that have never thought to do it.
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these are beyond garbage. this thing wears out after one use. i have good experience with Bauer (i think) blades from harbor freight. $10 each but man they're a beast, i was really surprised
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Probably won't work on carbides, but when your regular blades go dull save them. When I have a few, I take them to my vice, and use a small V file and put in new teeth. Doesn't take very long and they work OK, Can get a lot more out of the blades by re-teething them.
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I stopped buying brand name blades for my multi-tool and reciprocating saw. I bought this pack last time and haven't noticed any difference in quality.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]

There are other sellers and brands selling the same thing, i'm sure they're all the same.
I have these but can't get the large circular ones to fit my dewalt because of the stabilizer bar the manufacturer added.
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i wouldn't even waste money on these.

just spend a bit more for carbide, they last so much longer and honestly i'd rather use a dull carbide blade than a new one of these.
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Garbage blade for metal. Don't even bother. Just get yourself some dremel carbide blades regardless of what they cost. Much better option. I wouldn't take these dewalts again for free.
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