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Blade bend easy and go dull fast. Takes to many blades to cut anything and therefore way too long to cut anything. This also cause the tool to work harder and longer. Overall, pay the price for a quality blade.
I have had several break already. They don't seem to be very sharp either. I am only cutting pallet wood and these guys are struggling. I guess that's why they are so cheap. Not worth the money. Your better off buying elsewhere.
These aren't very sharp to begin with and become completely dull almost immediately. The metal cutting blades were taking forever to cut through old nails. I switched to the dull Diablo blade that I'd given up on and it was night and day difference. 5s to go through a nail instead of a minute. Finishing a cut on a 6x6 (started with the circular saw) with the wood blades as just the same. I tried both the "wood" and the "pruning" blades and they barely cut before the teeth were rounded over. A dull Diablo blade that I hadn't thrown out yet finished the cut in no time. Save your money. I've gone through probably half of the blades in the set in the month I've had it trying to find one that was sharp and would stay sharp otherwise I'd be returning the set.
I'm not a brand name snob, and I'll tolerate a little loss in quality for a significantly smaller price, but I recommend your local big box store for these.
I used one Dewalt wood blade to cut bushes in my whole yard plus half of a small tree. I felt like it was slowing down (though still whole!) so I switched to these to finish the small tree.
I went through all of the smallest and most TPI blades plus 2 of a larger blades to finish the one tree, and I'm returning the rest. Several broke before cutting anything (snapped off at the chuck) and the others were awful until I switched blades hoping for improved quality.
Buy them locally like I just did and save yourself the hassle of a return.
I blame myself. I should have read the description more closely.
The metal blades are 0.9mm thickness. Compared to the Lenox blades I was using, 1.8mm, these do not fit either my Milwaukee or Ryobi tools particularly well and therefore rattle around in the chuck and make getting a cut started or indeed somewhat straight, quite difficult.
I used one metal blade up cutting 2 x 1 1/2 copper pipe. After the second cut it would not manage a 3rd.
I'm going to use the rest up, but I'll expect that I will soon be replacing them. To compare, I have had a lenox wood/metal set for several years and probably should have just replaced with another set of those.
I'm a plumber so when you saw blades all the time and these were very horrible they didn't last up to what are regular Lenox or Milwaukee blades do fortunately they aren't that expensive but unfortunately we had to go through all of them very fast because they didn't hold up or stay Sharp will probably not recommend buying these if you work in the commercial field but for around the house they'll be okay
Went to go cut up a 2 inch limb by the 3rd cut the blade was dull and would not cut whatsoever. Learned my lesson to skimp on blade quality. Save yourself time and pain and just buy name brands instead I went back to Bosch and Freud.