Discounted: 10 Piece Universal Fit Oscillating Multitool Saw Blade Set – Made From High Carbon Steel Designed To Cut Wood & Plastic – Great Quality & Durability – Satisfaction Guaranteed

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    • Anonymous
    • June 25, 2016
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good blades. Sharp and durable so far. Will order again., June 15, 2016
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    This review is from: 10 Piece Universal Fit Oscillating Multitool Saw Blade Set – Made From High Carbon Steel Designed To Cut Wood & Plastic – Great Quality & Durability – Satisfaction Guaranteed (Misc.)
    I was looking for blades that cost less than those at Lowes and HD. I liked this set because it bore the name of the seller – which seemed like a big risk if the blades were not of good quality. The 10 pack contains the Wood and Plastic type blade only. Each blade has 5 rivets to the angled connector just like my Rockwell blades. My smaller Dremel blades were only held together with 3 welds. The Ryker Hardware welds were not quite as burned through as the Rockwell blade which concerned me until I put it to the test. After 25 plunge cuts with the strong Rockwell f50 into a treated 2 x 4, the welds were holding just fine. These blades are bit longer than the Rockwell brand, 1/8 inch wider, but made of the same apparent thickness on the attachment and blade portion. However, the Ryker blade did seem to be a bit more flexible – possibly just due to the overall length, but this could be helpful in some cutting situations as long as the blade is strong enough. Again I tried to flex the blade as I cut and I did bind the tool up once and the blade withstood those tests. I timed a cut in a 1 x 6 untreated piece of wood for a slightly used Rockwell blade (all I had left) and a new Ryker Hardware blade. Times were 15 seconds Rockwell and 11 seconds Ryker. I made 25 cuts to full blade depth with the new blade and then repeated the test. After the 25 cuts, the time was almost 16 seconds. I think this is quite satisfactory considering I had made 25 cuts into a treated 2 x4 to full hilt with it already. I did not test run it into nails since this seems to destroy all brands of blades – even those labeled bimetal. I am very pleased with the blades and at around 2 dollars each, they seem to be a very good deal. I was able to fit and use the blades without any adapters to my Dremel Multimax (used the small washer that was already on it) and to the Rockwell f50. Be aware that these blades have full circle attachment points though, and thus you will need to fully remove the retaining bolt in order to insert them. With that said, I may trim the attachment clip or hit it with the grinder to make a small bolt slot (U shape rather than O shape) for faster blade changes. I can see where the full circle provides more gripping surface though. I inserted the teeth of the used blade into the teeth of an unused blade to examine how worn down they were – but there was no visible difference. Obviously the blade was a bit duller than new as could be seen by the longer cutting time after all the cuts, but I think the blade had a lot of life left in it. Typically treated lumber and old lumber in a remodel are hard on blades. I also tried the blade on PVC and it worked nicely. I happened to see a piece of plexiglass in the shop and gave it a try. This test was really more about the ability of an oscillating tool to cut cleanly in plexi vs my past attempts using a jig saw. Jig saws tend to melt the plexiglass and make a messy aggravating job. The oscillating tool made a super clean cut with no melted wads left behind – good to know for the future. If you have only tried the lower power tools with smaller arcs and low speeds – do know that the larger, more powerful tools are hands above the wimpy tools. You may be blaming a slow cutting blade when the tool is the problem. The cutting speed of the Rockwell is far superior in every way! Will order these again. Maybe they will carry a bimetal blade soon.

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    • Anonymous
    • June 25, 2016
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great blades, at an excellent price., June 22, 2016
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    Erik (Saint Cloud, Minnesota) –

    This review is from: 10 Piece Universal Fit Oscillating Multitool Saw Blade Set – Made From High Carbon Steel Designed To Cut Wood & Plastic – Great Quality & Durability – Satisfaction Guaranteed (Misc.)
    I use my oscillating multitool quite a bit as I’m in the middle of a home renovation project. It seems as if I’m always spending ridiculous money on things like multitool blades or bits for specific tasks and then losing or breaking them. Normal price for something like that is in the ten to fifteen dollar range. For. One. Blade.

    I had the opportunity to purchase these from an Amazon review website, and I jumped on it. I figured even if they were of poor quality, they would be worth the expense. Man, was I surprised. I couldn’t tell the difference between these and some of the name brand blades that I had purchased. They’re quality blades. They cut very well. I got a really good deal, but even at full price, these are more than worth the money. I will definitely be keeping Ryker Hardware in my ‘sellers to watch’ file.

    I received this item at a discount in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. The only thing that I would comment on negatively is that they came bubble wrapped with no real product information or instructions for use. Part of me finds this problematic as I like to keep the product information with the blades if I can, the other part of me really appreciates this as it’s no frills and no waste. C’est la vie.

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    • Anonymous
    • June 25, 2016
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great price for replacements, June 24, 2016
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    david

    This review is from: 10 Piece Universal Fit Oscillating Multitool Saw Blade Set – Made From High Carbon Steel Designed To Cut Wood & Plastic – Great Quality & Durability – Satisfaction Guaranteed (Misc.)
    perfect replacements for my ryobi multitool. work as they should and remember only for plastic and wood nails are a no. great price for replacement
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