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5-Pack Lenox 6" 10 TPI General Cutting Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blades

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Grainger has 5-Pack Lenox 6" 10 TPI General Cutting Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blades for $5.69. Choose free store pickup where stock permits.

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  • 10 teeth per inch
  • 6" x 3/4-" x 0.035"
  • For work with wood (including nail-embedded wood), compositions, plastic, cast aluminum & non-ferrous metals

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Grainger [grainger.com] has LENOX 5-Pack 6-Inch 10 TPI General Cutting Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blades (20562-610R) for $5.69. Select Free Curbside Pickup where stock permits.
  • 10 teeth per inch
  • 6" x 3/4-" x 0.035"
  • For work with wood (including nail-embedded wood), compositions, plastic, cast aluminum & non-ferrous metals
sold/shipped by Amazon [amazon.com] has LENOX 5-Pack 6-Inch 10 TPI General Cutting Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blades (20562-610R) for $5.69. Shipping is Free w/ Prime or orders of $25+ OOS


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  • My research indicates the LENOX 5-Pack 6-Inch 10 TPI Reciprocating Saw Blades is $5.04 lower (~47% Savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $10.73 at time of posting.
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HF sells the worst blades you can buy. Project farm even did a video confirming that. Diablo blades are one of the few things I buy at full price regularly and always feel like it's the best value.Project Farm (youtube) [youtube.com] did a vid on this a few years ago and after seeing that I've never looked back

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I love Lenox blades! Thick and durable. Have not used these but would not hesitate buying them based on other products the company makes.
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The Amazon link shows $13.52 and not the $5.69 you posted.
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Just check grainger website i think all lenox blades are on sale lots of different types and lengths available thx for the poster i was planing to get mixed ones from harbor freight I believe it's almost same price definitely will get 3-4 different types we are buying a house which will need some job it will come handy 🙂
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Quote from sarpertas :
Just check grainger website i think all lenox blades are on sale lots of different types and lengths available thx for the poster i was planing to get mixed ones from harbor freight I believe it's almost same price definitely will get 3-4 different types we are buying a house which will need some job it will come handy ������
HF sells the worst blades you can buy. Project farm even did a video confirming that. Diablo blades are one of the few things I buy at full price regularly and always feel like it's the best value.Project Farm (youtube) [youtube.com] did a vid on this a few years ago and after seeing that I've never looked back
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I've always been a little bi-metal curios.
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IF your looking to cut a little bit of wood, and want a smoother cut, these blades will work. If your looking to remove wood or cut sections quickly, these blades are not the best for that. You would want the wood blades which have the larger teeth and less teeth per inch. Having a few of metal, bi metal and wood is good for renovation work. They make specific blades for demo work that are good for speed cutting wood and can take a few nails.

In all reality, don't expect any blade to last that long. Have several on hand and replace when the cutting slows down, teeth grind down or blade gets bent. I've used dewalt, milwaukee, bosch, lennox, etc.. They pretty much fare about the same, some lasting a little longer than others. Nothing stands out in my mind as an OMG blade. I've used the diablo before to try them out, but I don't recall if they were significantly better. Diablo's other woodworking blades and bits are outstanding though.
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I have never used these blades before, always favored Diablo blades. Metalworking and welding is a hobby for me. I find that slowing down cuts with reciprocating saws will make blades last much, much longer, as well as making the cut more accurate.
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Quote from figure8 :
HF sells the worst blades you can buy. Project farm even did a video confirming that. Diablo blades are one of the few things I buy at full price regularly and always feel like it's the best value.Project Farm (youtube) [youtube.com] did a vid on this a few years ago and after seeing that I've never looked back
I watched that one too im following him as well🙂. Thanks for the video for others tho. Ofcourse when there is a good deal i like the quality 🤗
Just need to fogure out which ones i need to buy now
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I love my saw but it doesn't reciprocate.
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I have never used these blades before, always favored Diablo blades. Metalworking and welding is a hobby for me. I find that slowing down cuts with reciprocating saws will make blades last much, much longer, as well as making the cut more accurate.
Heat kills, go slow! Same principle in drilling metal. Too fast ruins the bit or the blade.
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Registration

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You need a Grainger account number and U.S. ZIP code to proceed.
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Bi-Metal ??
They have LGBTQ+ metal now...
Gender neutral metal.
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fyi when you order it will say free shipping, but when you get your confirmation email there will be shipping charged. Also I can't find my order on their site because I don't have a grainger account number apparently so I can't even cancel.

Shipping is $10 for me. completely kills the deal.
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