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20-Piece Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit

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Home Depot has 20-Piece Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit (49-10-9220) for $39.88. Shipping is free or choose store pick up where stock permits.

Thanks to Community Member rgtorque for finding this deal.

Note, pick up availability will vary by location.

Includes:
  • 2x 1-3/8" Titanium Enhanced Bi-Metal Multi-Material Blades
  • 2x 2-1/2" Titanium Enhanced Bi-Metal Multi-Material Blades
  • 1x 1-3/8" PRO-CURVE Japanese Tooth Hardwood Blade
  • 2x 1-3/8" HCS Wood Blades
  • 1x Stainless Steel Rigid Scraper Blade
  • 4x 60 Grit Triangle Sandpaper
  • 4x 120 Grit Triangle Sandpaper
  • 4x 240 Grit Triangle Sandpaper
  • 1x Modular Hard Shell Oscillating Blade Case

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was in the store shopping for blades and did not see this one hanging. an employee pointed to another area where these were getting stacked up. most were already gone. i got a set as the 1 blade that came with my tool died rather fast. not gone lie... i like the case so i can store my other blades...

ive seen videos of reviews on various blades and i just cant make any last. they are all good and suck equally Frown

hope this helps some of you handy people!

this looks to be a black friday deal instore and online

now $39.88 regularly $99.97


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In fairness your deal is a 9 piece blade set this one is a 20 piece set that includes a small packout case & a few more extras.

But yea Home Depot's "normal price" system is insane and insulting and the only thing worse is that Slick Deals now blindly uses it. Back in the day slick deals would post the "normal" or "average" price etc. as well as the most recent best sale price but as it became more of a machine & less of a giant family of enthusiasts i guess clicks and conversions became priority number 1 at any cost? I don't know but I would buy a lot more deals if I was still able to know confidently that I was getting a deal instead of SD embracing the meaningless metrics used by retailers.

I appreciate that it takes some time & research to find out what the ACTUAL selling price has been of late as opposed to the "$69k value, NICE" approach but it's worth it
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Thanks OP.

Not a good apples-to-apples comparison, but less of a hot deal, if compared to this deal earlier this year, where $20 more (but minus sandpaper pieces) included a set of impact driver bits and drill bits too: https://slickdeals.net/f/15862966-74-pc-milwaukee-shockwave-impact-duty-alloy-steel-screw-driver-bit-set-with-titanium-drill-bit-set-and-oscillating-blades-50-free-shipping Funny enough, though, that deal didn't get much attention, and Home Depot is trying to say the current $125-ish price is a Black Friday deal.

Good set to get started for those with a new multi-tool, I think?
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Was it always this price or did they lower. That is a great deal considering the case is $30 alone!
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Quote from sduser2002 :
Thanks OP.

Not a good apples-to-apples comparison, but less of a hot deal, if compared to this deal earlier this year, where $20 more (but minus sandpaper pieces) included a set of impact driver bits and drill bits too: https://slickdeals.net/f/15862966-74-pc-milwaukee-shockwave-impact-duty-alloy-steel-screw-driver-bit-set-with-titanium-drill-bit-set-and-oscillating-blades-50-free-shipping Funny enough, though, that deal didn't get much attention, and Home Depot is trying to say the current $125-ish price is a Black Friday deal.

Good set to get started for those with a new multi-tool, I think?
In fairness your deal is a 9 piece blade set this one is a 20 piece set that includes a small packout case & a few more extras.

But yea Home Depot's "normal price" system is insane and insulting and the only thing worse is that Slick Deals now blindly uses it. Back in the day slick deals would post the "normal" or "average" price etc. as well as the most recent best sale price but as it became more of a machine & less of a giant family of enthusiasts i guess clicks and conversions became priority number 1 at any cost? I don't know but I would buy a lot more deals if I was still able to know confidently that I was getting a deal instead of SD embracing the meaningless metrics used by retailers.

I appreciate that it takes some time & research to find out what the ACTUAL selling price has been of late as opposed to the "$69k value, NICE" approach but it's worth it
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Nice find, exactly what I needed
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Was it always this price or did they lower. That is a great deal considering the case is $30 alone!
The 18 piece actually has 2x as much as the 20 piece. The 20 piece is padded. The 18 piece costs 2x more for good reason lol
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This has been on sale for $50 quite regularly. $40 is a great price. The stainless caulk removal piece is my favorite one in the pack. The other ones that are labeled for cutting metal leave a lot to be desired though. Diablo makes a much better, longer lasting metal blade.
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Was it always this price or did they lower. That is a great deal considering the case is $30 alone!
wtf are you talking about? This isnt a slim packout case.
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wtf are you talking about? This isnt a slim packout case.
Ok calm down
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I've found that buying a good carbide blade is worth the investment as a DIYer. A lot of these holiday kits you see in the impulse buy section at Home Depot are never carbide. If I wanted a beater blade for drywall, I use HF garbage. That lets me keep a few good carbide for regular use and avoid these big packs in my toolbox.
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If it were in a packout case it would be a fantastic deal.
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This has been on sale for $50 quite regularly. $40 is a great price. The stainless caulk removal piece is my favorite one in the pack. The other ones that are labeled for cutting metal leave a lot to be desired though. Diablo makes a much better, longer lasting metal blade.
Which Diablo do you like? I'm looking for something to cut plaster walls which kill normal blades, and possibly cut metal. I've seen people use Milwaukee and Diablo blades to cut metal but never sure which are which.
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Can anyone tell me if this is able to be used on a Ryobi system?
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Can anyone tell me if this is able to be used on a Ryobi system?
I just looked at the HD site and it says it is compatible.
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