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Just got two of these in today. For the cost I hope they are worth it.
I didn't really get them totally for door cutouts...they are suppose to have better blade control on cutting and plunge cuts with the truss design....... Plus the position of the teeth in relation to the saw interested me.
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I ordered mine through Amazon...I don't know why you would laugh at the cost of the blade. I only paid about $35 for two blades. ....Is that bad?:laughing:
the way our crew burns through blades(and sawzalls) it kills me to even pay the $20 for a 5 pack of axe blades. I guess the even higher price of these makes me feel a bit better.
 

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the way our crew burns through blades(and sawzalls) it kills me to even pay the $20 for a 5 pack of axe blades. I guess the even higher price of these makes me feel a bit better.
Buy the axe blades on black Friday... I stocked up last year for $9 a 5 pack (9") I probably have 6 packs left still.
 

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Sisyphus said:
Now that I've seen a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyonNvxLbSs , (Doh!) the teeth do have a set. I was thinking about the flush cut saws I use which leads me to wonder if someone does make a sawzall blade with no set to the teeth. It might be nice to have in the cordless.
I have never seen one without set. Reciprocating saws aren't precision tools.
 
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