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3-Pack DeWALT Flexvolt 7-1/4" Circular Saw Blades EXPIRED

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Home Depot has select Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade/Bit Kit Sets & More on sale listed below. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free curbside/ship to store option if stock permits.

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Power Tool & Accessories on sale. Shipping is Free.About This Deal:
  • The offer for the 23-Pc Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit & SAWZALL Wood & Metal Cutting Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blade Set is $9.88 lower (-18% Savings) than buying them separately ($54.85)
    • 16-Pc Reciprocating Saw Blade Set (49-22-1110Y)
    • 7-Pc Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit (49-10-9107)
  • The offer for the 14-Pc Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit is $16.79 lower (-24.1% Savings) than buying them separately ($69.79)
    • Two x 7-Pc (49-10-9107)
  • The 3-Pack DEWALT FLEXVOLT 7-1/4" Circular Saw Blades (DWAFV37243) with Subscribe & Save is $11.72 lower (~32.2% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant [acmetools.com] with prices starting from $34.99 at the time of this posting.
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Mad respect to you man, I know this post took a lot of time and we appreciate it, thanks! 👍
Yeah. Fine price if you need sawsall blades too but $55 for the oscillating blades aren't great when 95% of what's included is for wood. One of them can be used on soft metal but those are the ones I typically run out of.
Once you try the carbide teeth recip blades it is hard to go back to the thinner, cheaper ones.

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Yeah. Fine price if you need sawsall blades too but $55 for the oscillating blades aren't great when 95% of what's included is for wood. One of them can be used on soft metal but those are the ones I typically run out of.
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These are quality and that is a fair deal on quality!
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Link please
I have used these for a project the last couple of weekends. Wood ones work great. The Bi-Metal ones don't last long when it comes to cutting thick 100 year old nails.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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These oscillating blades use "Universal" Fit OPEN-LOK and compatible with Fein. Great, but look closer…these "universal" blades have a disclaimer that they will not fit the Starlock locking mechanism which happens to be found on every single Fein Multimaster oscillating multi-tool currently sold in store by Home Depot.
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Mad respect to you man, I know this post took a lot of time and we appreciate it, thanks! 👍
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Mad respect to you man, I know this post took a lot of time and we appreciate it, thanks! 👍
He works here Wink
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Appreciate the post! I find myself using the osc tool quit regularly for projects around the house, mostly on wood. I bought the knockoff brand on Amazon, I believe the 20 piece w wood and bi-metal, and they work well. Still have them over two years later, for half the cost.
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Any idea if the multi tool or recip blades will work for ryobi tools?
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Once you try the carbide teeth recip blades it is hard to go back to the thinner, cheaper ones.
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Quote from Bekabam :
Any idea if the multi tool or recip blades will work for ryobi tools?
I want to know too. Smilie
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I want to know too. Smilie
They works
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I think the makita uses same blade as the Fein. So would not work.
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that $42 set isn't bad. Wish it had a pruning blade for the reciprocating saw too. I need one of those anyways.
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