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Using this product was very disappointing, only more disappointing finding out I am one week past the return date. The sharpness of the blades is gone after 2-3 seconds cutting through MDF (medium density fiber board, the cheap stuff from wich Ikea furniture is made).
I cut through a layer of linoleum/vinyl in my bathroom and the blade immediately bogged down on the MDF subfloor. The multi-tool I have is Milwaukee brand, which is very high quality. The blades fit it fine, so that is one thing it has going for it. But that's about it. The blades got dull really fast and when they became dull, their ability to cut decreased, which meant I had to apply more pressure to my tool which chewed up battery life quickly.
I would not recommend these for cutting wood. You might as well give them to your babies since they are so dull. Overall disappointed and disappointed I waited so long to use them as now I can't even return them. The return period is short so you get stuck with garbage products. I bought 6 US made ones for the same price. Not as good of a deal, but I know that they will work for my project. Don't go cheap on blades is what I learned.
Edit Update. The company was kind enough to offer a refund for my purchase which was great. Customer service is 5 Stars. Quality of material though, I could not recommend beyond 3 stars, and that’s from an honest stand point. Do the blades work? Yes. So they burn up faster than other blades like Rigid or Dremel? Yes. In my opinion and experience they do. I would love to do a side by side comparison and see. However, these blades don’t cost as much per blade as the others, so there’s value in that if you like saving money. But that savings comes at the expense of a stronger denser material. I’m hopeful that these guys will be able to find a better formula for their metal alloy. Sounds like they’re working on it and I would be willing to try it again in the future.
I was hoping these would be awesome, u fortunately, they are garbage. I bought them to try over the $7 single blade at Home Depot. These ones bend almost immediately with any amount of pressure. They cut nicely for a second before bending. You can’t really dig in with them. You spend more time cha going out the blade than you will using the blade. I was excited to buy these at first but after using side by side with the Dremel brand I bought at Home Depot, these don’t stand a chance. If you’re serious about needing blades for your multi tool, get the pricey blades. They just work better and last longer and these are not worth the hassle. Throw them away.
I think this boils down to getting what you pay for. These aren't terrible, as they don't break prematurely or have any defects. However, i could tell a difference from my dewalt blades. These cut slower and dull faster. However, the company is trying to make customers happy and will work with you if you are not satisfied.
I bought these for a remodel project as the price was good. The blades are welded to the connection piece which breaks easily. After using a few of them to cut some Sheetrock and a small chunk out of a 2x4 they broke at the weld. So I would not buy them
The blades did do the job of cutting hardwood door casings on my bathroom remodel project. However, it took several of them to complete the job because they broke at the connection point. One of the sides by the rear opening would just completely break off, even though I was barely applying pressure in order to let the tool do the job.