Fantastic toolBest I have purchased
WorkEd well,happy with purchase
so like some people i got onto these blades after watching project farm. i have used dremel and craftsman “metal cutting" blades but they dulled after 1 nail or didn't even cut. i used these ezarcs and in the picture is after 20 nails, this thing is still going. best blades to cut nails period. keep in mind you aren't going to be cutting through thick plating, so as long as you use these right they will last a long time.
Got because of high rating on Youtube reviews. Seems OK but only use saw for light duty.
I love these. I have tried most of the major brands and these have beaten the pants off of all of them. Milwaukee blades have worn away so quickly and I was wondering if there were any brands that didn't wear down after 1 or 2 uses. These have been amazing for their longevity and durability. Metal that would eat the teeth off of even the metal cutting Milwaukee's, these just go right through and keep going. I'll admit I was skeptical at first and didn't have high hopes when I bought the first ones. I have bought quite a few sets since I use them a lot. Good tool, good value, highly recommended
Very affordable. Work with many brand name cut-off or jam saws. Just be sure to follow the directions exactly - I cut a lot of wood (and nails) with my first one and dulled it fast. Cutting only metal, the blades lasted a very long time. Will purchase again.
I bought these based on reviews on Amazon. I typically buy higher priced Diablo or Milwaukee blades, but wanted to give these a try. One blade cut through nails & concrete screws easily using a 12V Fuel Milwaukee Multi Tool. Best performance hands down over the more expensive blades. Definitely sold!!!
I got these because most multitool blades are overpriced and don't last long anyway (and I watch Project Farm). I use these for window and door installation among other things. These aren't very sharp out of the box. Not BAD, but not as sharp as others. However these hold their edge longer than others I've used, including Makita, Diablo and Bosch. But again not as sharp out of the box.
Just got them and have barely used them but so far so good. Can't comment on longevity etc but seem to be really great so far. Honestly any review needs to be done after you have used the product extensively. The price seems a little steep but then again I watched a video by project farm on youtube where he tested a bunch of oscillating blades and these came out on top so if he vouched for them then that's all I need.
I use my multi tool almost everyday and the blades hold up very well. They last longer than Diablo and Milwaukee, which saves me money and carbide blades are expensive.
Wear out to fast.
Last long and cuts through metal fast. Better than many other ones that I've used
I'm only on my first one but it has cut through 20 nails and 4 screws and still looks ok
Very good product
These did ok. I was probably using them not quite as intended but was trying everything I could as a shade tree mechanic. They started off strong but even with letting the tool do the work, after about 5 minutes they dulled. I was trying to cut through a sway bar link.
Can cut through nails and looks good as new. I have used these blades much longer than expected!
great oscillating, thank you
Added these to my Dewalt blade kit for cutting bolts ect. So far so good.
Amazing how it shears right through hardened drywall screws. Love them!!!!
I ordered these to cut 16, 3/8 inch bolts. I told my wife I just wanted to try to cut one bolt to see how it worked. I said I only need a few minutes, well it only took a few minutes to cut all sixteen. The blade is still sharp and ready for the next job.
This fit my off brand oscillating tool nicely. The edge is sharp and very hard. This cut metal for a faucet project easily. Definitely recommend!
Need to cut nail or bolt when reciprocating saw want work. It will cut 3 or 4 brass toilet bolts slowly, then it's done. I don't know what the gold color is for on the teeth but it wears off quickly. Blades work for just a few cuts but are handy when you need them.
Promise kept. Like it saysVery durable. My Milwaukee loves the tool, I can tell
This tool appears to be of very good quality and a fair price. I have not been able to try yet but will try and add to the review with more details after.The tools arrive within just a few weeks. GD
Needed to cut through 8 x /.5" bolts holding metal brackets drilled through carpeting ind bolted under RV floor. All bolts were cut with ONE blade - I got impatient and ate up some teeth on the last bolt !!! Average cutting time was 7 mins each - used cheap Oscillating saw from Harbor Freight, and kept steady pressure on the bolt, without forcing it. These blades are worth every cent !!!
I did research on reviews for oscillating tool blades that cut metal. These blades worked perfect. You need to work the blades from side to side for great results. The blades cut blots flush to my pavers.
Blades seems very durable, after cutting a couple of hard steel bolts.
Used these to finish cutting a bolt off in my truck that dulled up a Diablo blade.Let the picture speak for itself.Unfortunately I didn't get an after picture of the blade, but it did still have useable teeth on the edge.At the time or purchase, you couldn't beat this deal for a quality three pack of metal cutting jiggly blades!
They last longer then any blades I've used and do a great job when used for the intended purposeLook up project farm on YouTube these resisted all his tests thats y I bough it and I wasn't disappointed kept using these since
I bought these for my husband for his job. At the time, they were some of the only ones out there with carbide teeth, and he says he loves them! We got a bigger pack, and he's still got some of them in use, even though he got them last year.
Did not expect these blades to do so well. I had about 10 hardened steel bolts that were stuck in concrete that needed to be removed. I tried my expensive Milwaukee titanium blades and didn't even make a dent, each blade lost its teeth within a minute. I figured I'd give these a try. To my surprise it went through them like butter. Each 3/8 bolt took less then a minute to cut down and only used 1 blade which is still sharp. Worth every penny.
Saw these reviewed on Project Farm, and man, he was right. These things are tough. I recently did an entire bathroom renovation (blew it down to the framing) and did the entire demo and rebuild on a single one of these blades.
Worked perfectly for my needs. Used to cut old rusted bolts
Lawrence P. Scherer
Probably like a lot of people I use my oscillating tool to cut through existing wood in a house. My normal blades cut through the wood with no problem, but sooner or later you run into a hidden nail and progress stops. Put one of these carbide blades in and the nail is cut through quickly - the cut can be finished with the carbide blade. The blades have good longevity.
I ended up burning up a pack of wood/metal demo blades in several minutes trying to cut thru stripped deck screws to replace some railing. I order a pack of these dedicated metal blades and was able to zip thru all the remaining screws with a single blade.
For me, these Ezarc blades are the best. I highly recommend these Eazarc Carbide blades. c.k.
I haven't had the need to use these blades yet, but I am giving them 5 stars based on my prior exhaustive research. Hopefully, they will prove very good.I think Amazon asks too soon for their evaluation. They should send these out in a few weeks after one receives the item.I will say they were brand new in unopened packaging (original).
I had to cut a bunch of stainless 1/4 studs and I had to get a hot work permit and do a bunch of paperwork plus clean the mess after it to cut it with my angle grinder with a diamond blade or a dremel, I was able to cut 10 studs and a few cuts with stainless sheet with one blade before it stopped working, thats very impressive.
This blades were recommended to me by the YouTuber “project farm” and he was not wrong, as you can see in the photos it allowed me to cut the the profile of a dryer duct vent into the concrete skirt of my manufactured home with no problem, it retained all its teeth despite the gold plating fading a bit. Best bang for the buck in imho.
I used a blade to cut one screw. The adr cut the screw but already appears to be close to wearing out.
I didn't think much of these blades when I first started to use them because the fancy gold color whore off fairly quickly. After nearly 10 months of use, I finally used up 1 blade. In wood, they don't cut as fast as a wood-only blade, but they last way longer.
Cuts through nails easily. Lasts longer than some more expensive brands.
I haven't changed my blade in weeks and go through wood, screws, nails, whatever!! I'm honestly shocked
I have a 2x2 aluminum post gate I wanted to make into a door. It cut through the aluminum like nothing. Then I used the same blade to trim the aluminum post flush to the ground. On the other side had a swinging door with a 5/8 inch bolt that I needed to cut down, and it was able to make light work of that too. I'm impressed, wish this technology existed back when I was a sheet metal/iron worker back in the 90's. Will buy again.
Go slow and it will cut well
Great blades ! thank you ! ..Did deliver on time !
This blades were recommended to me by the YouTuber project farm and he was not wrong, as you can see in the photos it allowed me to cut the the profile of a dryer duct vent into the concrete skirt of my manufactured home with no problem, it retained all its teeth despite the gold plating fading a bit. Best bang for the buck in imho.
Ten thick iron pipes, really difficult to cut, and wasn't sure the 3 blades will be enough due to previous experience with other blades. Ten thick iron pipes later, and only one tooth missing from the side,all the other teeth seem intact! Very satisfied!
haven't used them yet...
as described, quality blades, cheaper than Amazon. these blades can cut very hard nails (framing) but you need to be patient, don't push too hard otherwise the carbide will crack.
works, sawed off 20mm rebar in about 2 min with a cooling break, see photo, Thank you.
Bought to cut through a steel door lock. I used the first one, hit the cutting surface by mistake and it broke, I was sad.the second tooks about 10 mins and the door job was done. work very well,I suspect it has a lot of life left.
Cut very well. Don’t force the blades but let blade and tool works it’s ways through cutting. So it won’t burn the blades. As you can see in the pictures I cut so many Tacoma suspension bolts which are made of high strength materials. Highly recommended! I could not find longer or for deeper cut of this carbide blades.
I purchased it half a month ago and I received a delayed shipping email immediately after my purchase due to a warehouse shortage, I didn't care, I think their service is great and they make sure you get everything you need to know about your order.Used these on a kitchen countertop replacement recently where I used the tool to cut through some standard finishing nails. These blades made the cuts and didn't lose their cutting ability after 2 or 3 cuts like the standard wood/metal blades from the tool manufacturer after cutting through nails. I tried them on Dremel, Bosh, and Worx tools with no problems.This is a great choice!
Here are notes so you can see if they meet your use case.I was tired of burning through Dremel and Milwaukee blades after only a couple of uses, so I was on the hunt for something more durable.Use - General Construction cutting through framing nails, trim nails, wood, drywall, and occasional 25ga steel studs.Oscillating Tool - Milwaukee M12 2526 (the newer FUEL m12)With other blades, I would wreck them if I nicked the concrete on the bottom plate. This hasn't been an issue with these.Overall they appear to be twice as thick but this isn't an issue for me.Tip - Move your tool left and right a bit so that the nail isn't sitting on the same spot of the blade the entire cut. The reason for doing this is to help spread out the heat. When cutting a nail or similar the heat build up will dull the blade faster than the nail itself.12 people found this helpful
Cut through 1/4” stainless steel screws. I was surprised to lose only a few teeth from the blade after cutting through 4 screws. I will definitely buy EZARC carbide blades again.
work well and last!!I'm still using the first blade. I'm not sure how many door jambs I've cut with it, but it's still going strong. I haven't had to cut nails, or worse, drywall screws so I can't comment on those.
Need to remove the supports Works great.
Some of the longest lasting blades that I have used
I am an Electrical Contractor, we are changing Sub-panels in 84 Apartments. They are mounted in 1in, plaster and metal mesh. With the Carbide Qscillating Multi - Tool Blade we can change out 3 to panel with 1 blade. We tried everyone's, EZARC work the best!Bonus that they are 30% less money.
I was doing a floor remodeling job and needed saw blades capable of cutting through nails which were not easily reached, and this Carbide Saw Blades cut through several nails without the teeth wearing out. I make sure I keep at least two of these with my oscillating tool bag, they are indispensable!
I have both cored and battery multi-tools. These are a great replacement for the Dewalt blades and last longer. They are a little thin, but this can work to your advantage. The flex allows you get into very tight locations and flex the blades a bit to cut nails flush into walls. Also, the thin blades do not do as much damage to the drywall as the Dewalt blades. Looking at buying other EZARC blades and maybe a combo kit.
Honestly, I was a bit worried about seeing some of the negative reviews. I had to cut carpet hook strip held in place with carbide nails into the cement slab. So far after 10 nails, there is hardly any wear on the blade. I have the porter cable oscillating multi-tool and found that setting the speed at 4 and letting to tool do all the work and hardly any pressure pushing into the nail worked perfectly.I will revise this review once I'm finished.
I was impressed with the EZARC Titanium blades so I decided to give these a try. I was cutting through at least 300, 6-penny nails, I purchased 6 of these blades to get through the project and I only used one blade! And it still looks new. I've used other "5-star" Multitool blades from Amazon and I thought that going dull after 5 nails was normal. These blades might cost 5x more but they last 100x longer.
Haven't had a lot of success with other blades that say they cut metal. They do then you have to replace them. These however actually do what they are advertised to do. I've used it against nails, sheet metal etc. did the job with no blade damage. In fact still on first blade. Its true you get what you pay for, these are well worth the money if you want a blade that not only cuts metal that others doesn't but still has cutting teeth left, then these are the blades you are looking for. Good price, great blade.
Bought these specifically since my previous blades did not work well with framing nails. These powered through them for a bathroom reno and did not need to replace the blades even afterwards. Went through about 2.5 walls and with several nails. Was able to use the same blade afterwards for some molding as well!
Gino M. Gelormino
Blades are actually pretty good. I needed them to cut out an old work box in stainless steel back plating. It did eat up the blade but that's expected. It worked for what I needed it to do. Overall it's a really durable blade. Especially when just using it for wood or drywall.
I see a ton of reviews on these and others that are similar that the teeth break.Yes they will if you put every bit of pressure into what you are cutting. I broke the teeth on my first blade, I was pushing too hard. I was cutting through 1/2 inch lag bolts and thought that they would require the extra pressure.I was wrong, go easy on these and they will get the job done. On the 2nd blade I cut roughly 16, 1/2 lag bolts pretty quickly and the blade was still was cutting like it was brand new at the end.