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These are Milwaukee's new oscillating tool blades, resulting from their acquisition of Empire Manufacturing. Made in America.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joVfNnbweYY

I recommend anybody looking into Oscillating blades watch this. IMO the blades are pretty good.
The kit is nothing special that a no-name kit would have, except the titanium tips. Not a horrible deal, but not that good either. If new to multi-tools I recommend a good no name kit with more blades\attachments for around same price.
Love how the number of pieces includes the sanding pads. I remember when I was 8 thinking it was a pointlessly obvious attempt at deciept when they did this with toys. Good to know some things don't change.

Regardless, as someone new to oscillating tools... This is still a pretty good deal right?

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Love how the number of pieces includes the sanding pads. I remember when I was 8 thinking it was a pointlessly obvious attempt at deciept when they did this with toys. Good to know some things don't change.

Regardless, as someone new to oscillating tools... This is still a pretty good deal right?
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Love how the number of pieces includes the sanding pads. I remember when I was 8 thinking it was a pointlessly obvious attempt at deciept when they did this with toys. Good to know some things don't change.

Regardless, as someone new to oscillating tools... This is still a pretty good deal right?
The kit is nothing special that a no-name kit would have, except the titanium tips. Not a horrible deal, but not that good either. If new to multi-tools I recommend a good no name kit with more blades\attachments for around same price.
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The kit is nothing special that a no-name kit would have, except the titanium tips. Not a horrible deal, but not that good either. If new to multi-tools I recommend a good no name kit with more blades\attachments for around same price.
thanks for teh advice. i actually have about zero use for the sanding stuff, so going with another kit will save me some money for sure. wasnt sure if going with the milwaukee name would give a decent boost in longevity.
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I'd say this is a pretty good deal IF the quality of Milwaukee multi-tool blades is up to par with the brand's cachet. I say that because, for example, Dewalt makes some great tools but their basic multi-tool blades and drill bits are not good.

I use Bosch oscillating blades because I find they last exponentially longer than bargain blades, but that means I'm paying $8-10 per blade.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joVfNnbweYY

I recommend anybody looking into Oscillating blades watch this. IMO the blades are pretty good.
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Check out project farm oscillating blades on YouTube. He gives a good comparison between the blades
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Check out project farm oscillating blades on YouTube. He gives a good comparison between the blades
Never mind someone posted already above
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IIRC Milwaukee purchases Imperial Blades which makes great USA made blades. These look to be them. Definitely a really solid set of blades, especially having Open-Lok on the sanding pad, which is much nicer for the tool-less blade change on the new M12/M18 Fuel multi-tools or the M18 multi-tool.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joVfNnbweYY

I recommend anybody looking into Oscillating blades watch this. IMO the blades are pretty good.
Came to post this!
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Did any blade here can be used to cut a tile.. need to cut just 2 tiles for installing over the range.. any ideas?
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Did any blade here can be used to cut a tile.. need to cut just 2 tiles for installing over the range.. any ideas?
none of these are any good for tile. you will be better off with either a diamond or carbide blade designed for tile. that said, i love my multi tools, i own 5 from four different brands, but i have found a small die grinder to work better for small tile cuts
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joVfNnbweYY

I recommend anybody looking into Oscillating blades watch this. IMO the blades are pretty good.
Great video and just remember as SDers, to 'reconfigure' the Cost for Value part of his reviews. He paid $20 for ONE Milwaukee titanium blade that was 3/8" wider than the one in this $30 Twenty piece set.
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I need a good deal for oscillating multitool
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