Really good blades. Last longer than most I have tried. See project farm YouTube video
Works well with my Ridgid Jobmax. I don't even need to remove the screw the whole way, just loosen it up, slide the blade out, slide a new one in and snug up. The blade cut well. I tested it out on a piece of wood with a nail. Easy. Had to cut bolt on a toilet seat on an older one piece toilet with no access underneath to replace the seat. No problem. I'll have to use it more to know the longevity of it. From my experience, it never mattered if I was using name brand or generic, they all lasted the same. The value is great for a 6 pack. Good to have in a pinch.
Cuts metal very well, highly recommended
Got because of high rating on Youtube reviews. Seems OK but only use saw for light duty.
2 ND set I purchased
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!!!
Great blades! And for the price even better. It cuts through nails like butter. They don't??last quite as long as other more expensive brand name blades but long enough to do the job for a fraction of the price. 5 stars!
A little costly.These have cut everything I have tried using them on from Sheetrock, copper pipe to harden steel nails. These blades have cut well. Of course with the harden steel it is a little slower. I don't force the cut, rather just let the tool and blade work at their own speed.I have cut quite a bit of items and haven't felt much wear on the blade.Bottom line... Recommend.
worked the same as name brand but less cost
when u have some cutting, nails, metal, etc.this is the only product...while I love multi tools, the blades are the weak link, unless u r cutting soft woodsthis is the solution, they are costly, but its the only solution for cutting hard materials..highly recommended!!
I got these for cutting wood trim that may have embedded nails. So far, I've only ran across two small nails, which the blade cut through without problem. Cutting speed was similar to a new Fein OEM bi-metal blade. The Fein blades are overpriced and don't last very long. Amazon listing for this product says the titanium coating is supposed to make these blades last longer. Only time will tell, but I figure they can't be any worse than the disappointing-quality Fein OEM blades. I will update this review if these blades fail prematurely.
Purchasing single blades is so expensive! Multi packs brings down the cost. Being able to swap-out for a new blade avoids the "most dangerous" tool in my toolbox..... A dull blade...Think about it.....
Use this tool a lot. Good blades heavy duty not flimsey!
I picked these up for a shed demo I am working on, and I found these to be plenty sufficient for the task. I was easily able to cut through Sheetrock, two by four studs, various types of insulation, nails, screws and even a few joist hangers due to odd locations. During the roof demo, these cut through shingles, flashing and tar with ease. I found they do dull somewhat faster than the OEM ones that came with my tool, but for the price these are more than acceptable for general use.
I was pleasantly surprised how well these blades hold up. After notching out an aluminum door frame, I was still able to cut through 1x and 2x wood material with relative ease. Outperforms other name brand blades I have purchased.
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.
These blades are in almost the same shape as the Milwaukee titanium oscillating too saw blade with a much less unit price because the single piece of M one costs about $17 in HD. I used the blade to trim off the fresh-cut stump in a narrow space between my fence and neighbor's foundation. If first cut several about 2" deep ditch in parallel and trimmer by pieces to remove the wood. It took me about a week to finish I consumed 2 blades from the set with teeth worn out with half of the work and the M blade finished the rest half with teeth remains. With the price of the set, I think it is acceptable.
For the value theses blades worked well on both metal and woodI used themOn my FEIN tool and they fit perfectly They do come with adapters for other brands
A. D. Lum
I wondered what those washer-like things were. Good thing I looked at the product page. They are adapters for Dremel and Bosch machines. I have a Dewalt and these fit perfectly with no adapter.As a new oscillating multitool owner, I watched some videos showing how to use them. One guy, using this type of blade, showed how to angle it so that it "digs" into flat "targets". I thought it was clever, but apparently, it's what this type of blade was made to do. That's why they are called plunge cutting blades.These came with protective lubrication, they fit, and they do a fine job of cutting.
This review is for the EZARC multi-tool blades, 6-pack with titanium coating. I first tried these with my Bosch corded multi-tool, which does not have a quick lock head. They fit perfectly, and they cut reasonably well through aluminum pipe and hardwood.These have fairly fine teeth, so they don't cut as quickly as some of my other blades. However, I don't know if they actually last much longer than my regular bi-metal blades. I tried some regular bi-metal blades afterwards, and they actually cut a bit faster, and seem to last longer. The gold coating on the end of the blade tends to wear off fairly quickly, so it looks like the teeth are actually just bi-metal teeth with a gold coating. In fact after my test of about three cuts on the aluminum pipe and three cuts on the hardwood, they stopped cutting almost completely, even though the teeth appear to be intact.Then I tried one of the blades on a cordless oscillating tool with a quick lock head, which I use the same blades I use for the Bosch. However these blades did not fit on its head very well. It seems like the paint was too thick and closed down the holes a bit, so the blades did not fully seat, even though my other bi-metal blades do.These blades come with a couple of adapters, but they don't apply to either of the tools that I own, so I know that wasn't causing the problem on the cordless tool.So I rate these blades at three stars, because they do work, but they weren't quite as robust as I expected, and because of the fitment issue with my cordless multi-tool. ???
Peter V Topol
Using these blades on my multi tool, I have been able to cut drywall, PVC, copper pipe and even EMT conduit.
Cut through some copper pipe, worked ok but start to become dull to fast.
These are the only ones I buy now
Douglas L Pennypacker
Does what it is supposed to do and a fair price
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.
The blades are amazing quality and trust me I put it to the test with no issues at all
Worked as advertised, seems to be made of quality materials and works as expected.
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.
Terri & Stacy
Loved this titanium set of blades ... would totally recommend!!!!!
Blades seems very durable, after cutting a couple of hard steel bolts.
To cccutt metals wood and pvc
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
Cut one Styrofoam board with each still took me 5 mins to cut. Not worth it
C. R. Hart
Great for cutting steel, best not to use for softer materials, there are other, cheaper blades for that.
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.
Blades cut just like most other name brands if not better.
Very durable you get more life than the ones I bought in harbor freight. I'm still on my first one did multiple jobs already.
Great value .... Great buy.
Robert N Atlanta
I am in the process of replacing carpeted floor with a vinyl floor. I used this blade to cut through and remove the little staples that hold down the carpet pad and to cut through the nails that hold down the tack strips. This blade worked great! Cut right through the small nails effortlessly.For perspective, I attempted to use this blade to cut through mis-placed framing nails - nope, could not cut through the big nails. Had to use grinder on the big nails.For light duty items and for drywall, this is a great blade for the price!
I needed blades for an oscillating multitool. The blades sole at the big box retailers were just too expensive. These blades worked well and made precise cuts in vinyl plank flooring and wood when I installed flooring in my home. Used only one blade so far and it has held up well.
Can cut through nails and looks good as new. I have used these blades much longer than expected!
Ronald L Caldwell
Time to test these bad boys outEZARC oscillating blades
Didn't last long when cutting nails from studs. Cheaper than others but expected to last longer.
great quality and value
Did not last as long as it should
Cut through some copper pipe, worked great but start to become dull to fast.
The product arrived on time and exactly what I ordered.
Used them to saw through the bond between my kitchen cabinets and the granite countertops I'm replacing. They worked effortlessly!
I saw them by chance on Facebook and bought them
quality dowels,solid metal,recommend
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Great saw, cuts like clockwork. Sawed a dozen nails in the wood - all the teeth were in place. Delivery time in Amarville was 6 days. Recommended!
Look the goods, not yet used them but can’t wait till I do
V nice material, feels much better than the dull black one
More durable, great for screws/nails, less prescise with wood cuts.Better at cutting metal, less precise and slower for wood. The blade pictured has made many cuts and shows minimal to no wearOne of the great benefits of the multi tool is its ability to be surprisingly precise with weird cuts.I got these blades based on a project farm review and they do last longer but being prescise is much more challenging with these. I will keep these in my toolbox for harder cuts or cuts that might have nails or screws hidden in them, I do not recommend these for ultimate detail work. I am still pleased with the blades, That will be buying a different set for detail work
cuts metal with ease. Makes the tool that much better
My go to blades for screws and nails. Great service too.
Dudley E Craig
Much better than buying at the box stores
These are great blades...I've never seen such sharp and longer teeth in retail stores.The price for 3 of these great blades is less the cost of 2 inferior blades....gonna get some of the larger ones for bigger projects.
Carlo I. Bontigao
There are many nails to show through plywood wall and studs. Most of nails are 16D common. The blade cuts off nails easy and quick ... its teeth are still there after about 25 nails were cut off.
I bought these after seeing a test of five brands of cobalt tipped blades. The EZ ARC won. I reasoned that their titanium blades, one notch lower, were probably a good value for the money too. They are. They cut through soft wood like a hot knife through butter. They say they are rated for metal cutting, but I wouldn't try anything thick or hard based on the video review. This type of blade is best used on soft materials, such as wood and plastic.
Product work better than I expected. Running into the dark one evening I was laying stone and missed several areas where the cement had not been cleaned out of my joints...this tool attached to my Ryobi Multi-Tool did the job perfectly. I'm highly satisfied and would highly recommend this product.Thank you
Better at cutting metal, less precise and slower for wood. The blade pictured has made many cuts and shows minimal to no wearOne of the great benefits of the multi tool is its ability to be surprisingly precise with weird cuts.I got these blades based on a project farm review and they do last longer but being prescise is much more challenging with these. I will keep these in my toolbox for harder cuts or cuts that might have nails or screws hidden in them, I do not recommend these for ultimate detail work. I am still pleased with the blades, That will be buying a different set for detail work
I'm a Home Improvements Remodeling contractor and I utilize these a lot in my oscillating multi tool for under cutting trim for flooring, cutting holes for receptacle and switch boxes, cutting around tubs etc for bath remodels and more...Great blades for all around cutting
Looked online and saw different types of blades for oscillating tools. Bi-metal had poor reviews for cutting off nails and harder metals. Screws I have to cut are hard and have some kind of gray coating on them. They were too long and stuck through the flooring to the space underneath. Concerned people would try to sit up and end up with injury from the sharp tips.Decided on a Dremel XR oscillating tool and these blades. One of these blades cut through over 50 screw tips and 10+ thick nails. Ate through staples. Wasn't that great on some wood that stuck down with a few staples, but there are blades for wood if you want to cut that primarily. This carbide blade cut what I wanted. Lots of screw tips. My dad already had 20V batteries from DeWalt. I used two of his 1.5 Ah batteries and a 1/3 of his FlexVolt 20V-60V 6 Ah battery. Approx 5 Ah of run time on one blade before some teeth in the middle of the blade disappeared. Still cut through stuff with the teeth missing, just slower. Using the remaining teeth on the sides kept going just fine.Worth what I paid for the blades. Ordered another pack. These eat through thin metal like staples. Breeze through nails. Screws are a little hit and miss whether produce either smoke, sparks, or both. Press too hard, sparks. Dust or the like on the screw, smoke likely. I just take a short break, wait for the smoke to stop, and go back to it.Dewalt had low vibration, easy to use upside down (back on floor, screws sticking down from flooring above), blade only started slipping side to side when it lost some teeth in the middle.I remember one review on a different site complaining a bi-metal blade only cut 3 nails and quit. Learned carbide's supposed to be better for concrete nails and screws. These blades worked great for me. Easy to put into the Dewalt tool. Easy to use. Did the job. Cut more than I expected.
I had to cut hardened nails set in a terrazzo floor over a concrete sub-floor. They could not be pulled, and had to be cut off flush with the floor. I tried using the bi-metal cutting blades first, but it dulled within minutes. So I ordered these Carbide and Titanium blades to handle the job. Since I thought carbide is harder than titanium, I tried those first. The carbide blades made short work of it. There were about 15 to 20 of these 30 gauge hardened nails to be cut and removed. It took two blades to get the job done, but it went without a hitch. For softer metals like aluminum, I suspect the bi-metal blades would work fine, but for harder metals, carbide is the one to use. The titanium blades featured a slight wave to the teeth, just like a hacksaw, and may have worked as well or better than the carbide...maybe next time I'll try those first. Carbide is used on those huge TBMs (tunnel boring machines), so I knew it would be nearly indestructible, which is why I selected the carbide blades over the titanium.