|Product Dimensions||18.5 x 18.5 x 0.2 cm; 200 Grams|
|Item Model Number||F185TCT-16T|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Item Weight||200 g|
Evolution Power Tools F185TCT-16T (Fury) Multi-Material TCT Blade Cuts Wood, Metal and Plastic, 185 mm
|Price:||+ $9.74 Delivery|
|Brand||Evolution Power Tools|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||18.5 x 18.5 x 0.2 centimetres|
|Number of teeth||16|
|Item weight||200 Grams|
About this item
- Easily cuts mild steel, aluminium, plastics and wood
- High grade carbide teeth, offer increased durability
- Premium quality blade manufactured in Japan
- 16 tooth configuration enables fast efficient cuts
- 185 mm blade diameter and 20 mm bore diameter
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The FURY 185 mm TCT multipurpose blade allows Evolution saws to easily and cleanly slice through mild steel, aluminium, plastics and wood, even wood with nails. The hardened blade body ensures the blade runs truer for longer and is an invaluable addition to any home workshop. An Evolution designed TCT tooth configuration combined with high-grade carbide teeth, enables fast efficient cuts and increased durability. The FURY 185 mm TCT blade shows no weakness when facing the most robust materials and its versatility is unsurpassed.
- 1 x 185 mm FURY multipurpose TCT blade
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Note the kerf (cut width) is so thin I had to remove the rear riving knife behind the blade which was thicker than the cut kerf. But I don't class that as a negative (just fiddly to do). Thin kerf means more accurate cutting and less waste.
I wouldn't pay more then £16.87 as it's not the best brand and as said it blunts too quickly. Seeing the price gauging I think I'll buy a better brand now which will last longer so be more cost effective. Unless the price drops again I wouldn't recommend this brand
I am still using the one that came with my bench saw .
I have used it for cutting aluminium, and it has hit the odd nail
I have been using the original blade now since September 2017 .
So l think it has been good blade .
There is one thing I can say the dearest are not necessarily the.