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Amazon has 7-Piece Bosch Reciprocating Saw Blade Set (RAP7PK) for $9.98. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Bosch 7-Pack Demolition Reciprocating Saw Blade Set for $9.98. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.

Lowe's [lowes.com] has the Bosch 7-Pack Demolition Reciprocating Saw Blade Set for $9.98 with free store pickup.
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Yes and they were junk... "Made in Switzerland, imported from Mexico" means who knows where these were actually made.

Since we have been using the US manufactured Milwaukee carbide blades on here, where one $5 blade outlasts this complete set (as well as the DeWalt, Diablo and Milwaukee bi-metal blade sets that were popular) and cuts about anything, there is no reason to go back to using junk.

I do like the expandable blade storage cases that the DeWalt have.... the case is worth as much as the blades. Smilie

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This deal price matches the FP deal from last year.
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This deal price matches the FP deal from last year.
Yes and they were junk... "Made in Switzerland, imported from Mexico" means who knows where these were actually made.

Since we have been using the US manufactured Milwaukee carbide blades on here, where one $5 blade outlasts this complete set (as well as the DeWalt, Diablo and Milwaukee bi-metal blade sets that were popular) and cuts about anything, there is no reason to go back to using junk.

I do like the expandable blade storage cases that the DeWalt have.... the case is worth as much as the blades. Smilie
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Yes and they were junk... "Made in Switzerland, imported from Mexico" means who knows where these were actually made.
Still probably better than the HF blade set I bought last week. Think I'll return that and get this one.
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Yes and they were junk... "Made in Switzerland, imported from Mexico" means who knows where these were actually made.

Since we have been using the US manufactured Milwaukee carbide blades on here, where one $5 blade outlasts this complete set (as well as the DeWalt, Diablo and Milwaukee bi-metal blade sets that were popular) and cuts about anything, there is no reason to go back to using junk.

I do like the expandable blade storage cases that the DeWalt have.... the case is worth as much as the blades. Smilie
Thanks for the info. I have been looking for good drill bits, been disappointed with the Milwaukee titanium ones I have, and was considering the Bosch ones. You got any experience?
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3 day delivery for me even though I have prime.
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Still probably better than the HF blade set I bought last week. Think I'll return that and get this one.
If you bought the cheapest HF blade from their large assortment [harborfreight.com], you could be correct.

This 6 tooth per inch carbide [harborfreight.com] might be fine, but the Milwaukee sales on here are still cheaper at half price and guessing better.
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Thanks for the info. I have been looking for good drill bits, been disappointed with the Milwaukee titanium ones I have, and was considering the Bosch ones. You got any experience?
For box store drill bits, just watch this video.... [youtube.com]

There are four or five types of titanium that is used as a coating and does not tell you what the bit is made of. Most all box store brands sell multiple grades.

You can use cheap bits or expensive bits for general purpose if you can sharpen them.... But if what you are trying to drill is harder than the drill bit material, you will have to upgrade and upgrade comes with a price.

For a lot of general drilling, M7 Molybdenum bits last a lot longer than HSS and other cheaper bits, For hard metal drilling, like stainless, M-42, or high Cobalt content will do better and last longer, but like carbide, more brittle.
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I bit. I'm just a diyer looking for some fresh ones in my sea of blown out inventory. Got cases from other junk. Thanks OP.
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I bought this exact set four days ago for this price..I had no idea it would be frontpage! I also got their 10 piece jigsaw set for $11.54.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000TZ...UTF8&psc=1
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Thanks for the info. I have been looking for good drill bits, been disappointed with the Milwaukee titanium ones I have, and was considering the Bosch ones. You got any experience?
The Milwaukee titanium's don't last for me on angle iron and light steel. Imo, You have to get cobalt ones for metals
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Buy diablo sawzall blades, you wont ever buy any other ones. These are crap if you plan on using them more than once.
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Yes and they were junk... "Made in Switzerland, imported from Mexico" means who knows where these were actually made.

Since we have been using the US manufactured Milwaukee carbide blades on here, where one $5 blade outlasts this complete set (as well as the DeWalt, Diablo and Milwaukee bi-metal blade sets that were popular) and cuts about anything, there is no reason to go back to using junk.

I do like the expandable blade storage cases that the DeWalt have.... the case is worth as much as the blades. Smilie
I have some cheapo blades that came with a craftsman sawsaw that are better than the Milwaukee set I got from Lowes....
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I have some cheapo blades that came with a craftsman sawsaw that are better than the Milwaukee set I got from Lowes....
Lies! Lowes doesn't sell Milwaukee
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