Decent blades for a good price.
James K T.
These fit both my original corded Fein and my neighbor's late model cordless DeWalt. Too early to determine durability re: OEM blades vs EzArc blades.
Fast shipping, great product!
Having bought other branded blades over the years and found that they became blunt after 1 or 2 fixings had been cut I tried these after some research. The difference is astonishing. At first use I cut through 3 x 5mm screws fairly quickly (letting the blade do the work) and there is no visible sign on the blade serrations that it has been used. Would use again once the first 6 wear out!!
These Carbide Ezarc blades are the best I’ve used. Highly recommend. c.k.
Yes totally agree blades are lasting longer than other blades i have bought
I had to cut a 1/2" bolt up, it was a big and hard bolt, my last blade was not cheap, but all the teeth were gone and just left a mark on it. Did some research, bought EZARC, and received it the next day (super-fast). For the first minute, it feels like not really cutting in, I thought it was just like the previous blade, but slowly it starts to go in. After a few minutes, I almost gave up, but the bolt was cut up! I was looking at the teeth, not even a single one broke. It is a strong blade, a good product! definitely worth 5 star!
I’m a home contractor & have used 1 of these a couple times already. They perform well so far, & are as good or better as your more expensive store bought items. Haven’t really put them through a true torture test, because I try not to abuse any of my tools. One thing to remember is that the cutter is only as good as the tool you use it in. Don’t expect any cutter to work well in a “ Cheap “ tool.
Works fantastic on nails and groute
Unfortunately I have not used them yet to make any comments.
works as they said realy good blade eill order more when needed
Got it two days after purchase
It looks very well working
Excellent cutting, and looks as good as new afterwards.
It cuts well on my machine, also has adapters that fit in Bosch and Dremel
Good quality blades. Can handle all tasks. The saw has a very shallow stylus and it is best to use a chain saw with good blade travel
All the carbide blades I usually buy explode within the first hour depending on what you are cutting , these will easily go threw nails and metal with little or no effect on the teeth , I got 3 blades for what I usually pay for 1 and I'm still on blade one 2 weeks running , works perfect on my brushless xr dewalt. Most shocking is how nice they cut wood and how clean , I would buy a box if I could .
These blades do a remarkable job, and fit my rockwell machine with no adapters.
thought it would cut ice for ice fishing would not cut worth a damn
Surprisingly Impressive Product. 100% Recommended.OK. I can't tell you the last time I was impressed enough with a product to write a review.These carbide tipped oscillating blades are the exception. Very durable, easy to attached and cuts through wood, plastic and metal as they should.The other feature I liked was that when the paint has worn away (during normal use) they have etched the word Carbide into the steel. That way you can still recognize the product from a hardened steel blade.Great purchase. Impressive quality and attention to detail!
I have a cabinet and countertop shop and my installation crews are glad I discovered these blades. They appreciate that they have a more formidable blade, just a touch pricey but oh well definitely worth it. Would like a bulk price though!
Saved my life cutting out these panels
Max J. Newton
I helped my son remodel a house. We needed to remove plastered walls and the soffits in the kitchen and other areas of the house without damaging the plastered ceiling. I bought the EZARC carbide blades to use on the project without knowing if they would work. We ended up using 3 blades to cut the plaster and wire mesh in the corners of an approximate 60 linear feet. These blades worked great with clean cuts that made patching the ceiling walls where the walls and soffits were removed.
These worked great when we were recently replacing our plywood flooring. They cut right through the staples with no problem (apparently the original builder thought you needed 20 staples per every 6 inches). I was even able to cut through several nails with relative ease. For the price, they are far superior to what I found at Lowes or the local hardware store.
This is a great quality tool for multi-tool users. This is my third purchase of this product. I have used them heavily in remodel work. These blades just cut through 19 one inch solid1930's wrought iron railing posts. I had my previous blades for one and two years. My boss bought new Milwaukee's, sorry Milwaukee, but they didn't last for more than an inch. I got my old EZarc blades and finished the job... EZarc 18.5 inches to Milwaukee's 1.5. inches of cutting.They last. They will lose teeth after a lot of use, but the remaining teeth stay sharp. I always kept the old ones simply because they were better than anything else I could find.Metaphor... Junior Seau was a better linebacker with a broken arm than any other whole linebacker in the NFL... LolI hope the quality lasts and they don't sell out to Black and Decker Global.A set of three blades lasted me a year. Durability. I did retire them after the wrought iron challenge, I must admit. That's why I bought these again. Great value.
28Dec20 Update: cut off another 50 nails, blade still cuts like new. "sliding" the blade left/right while cutting helps prevent hot spots and spreads the wear to the entire length of the blade vs all in the middle. the shiny abrasive coating at the end of the blade wears off but it doesn't affect the cutting ability.fits a craftsman nextec cordless tool, also harbor freight multi tool. definitely a great find.Original: Needed to cut off some nails in a tight place. No problem with this blade. Took other reviewers' advice to go slowly. 4 #10 nails cut and blade looks like new. Tried other brands "metal cutting" blades and they gag on a single nail.
I am normally skeptical of the cheaper options when it comes to things like tools. But these have been fantastic and equal to the quality you can get at your local DIY store, for way cheaper. I use them in my Worx multi-tool that has a universal attachment. I used them to cut a lot of rebar to build a dog run. They held up way better than I expected. I cut through twenty-six 3/8�� poles and went through two of these blades. I used a drop of cutting oil to help with heat management since I was cutting these all at once. I also used one to cut through a 1�� white wood board to build a cat door, and it was almost like a warm knife through butter. Will absolutely buy more.
I didn��t give any stars for ��sheerness�� because I have no idea what that means. Someone made up that word, but it doesn��t matter. What DOES mater is that I am a professional remodeler and these blades are great. If people are complaining about their durability it��s probably because they don��t know how to use the tool they fit on. Let the tool do the work and don��t force it. If you let the blade do what it��s designed to do, you will get a lot of wear out of these blades. They are a good deal, as good as the Dremel which are almost twice as expensive.
Used this blade all day today, cutting nails that were holding down hardwood flooring. Somebody used twisted-shank framing nails to install this flooring 56 years ago, so I had to cut the nails to keep from destroying the wood.I cut at least 50, maybe 60 of these nails today and never had to change the blade. In fact, it seemed to cut better after using it for a while. If these blades ever wear out, I'll definitely be buying more.Carbide blades at the hardware store range from $15-20 EACH. These are a great value for ~$7 each.
Bruce K. Vines
Great blade and it holds up even when you hit a nail.I do a lot of work on old houses and an oscillating saw is an indispensable tool. It's a frustrating tool as well. Blades don't hold up, especially if I hit nails. I've tried different blades that are supposed to cut wood with embedded nails. So far, none do; once I hit a nail the blade is pretty much shot. I don't know if this one will cut nails either because as soon as I hit one I get off it. BUT ... the blade is not trashed. I've hit half a dozen on my current job and the blade is still going strong. Their claim that these blades hold up 3x longer than other blades is conservative. If you're frustrated with the durability of oscillating saw blades, give this one a try.UPDATE (17 Jul 2020): I have a blade that I've used for about two weeks. So far, I've cut through old, hard fir (1"x4", about 6 ft), a 53" aluminum nailing fin, and half a dozen galvanized siding nails. This one blade still has life in it! Certainly, I can see wear, but any other blade I've used in my oscillating saw gave up after hitting one nail. This saw will never be a fast cutter, but this blade just keeps getting the job done. Still recommended.
Best carbide blades ever. I hate to leave reviews and I hope that these are still around when I need them again. I cut about 200 deck nails with these. We changed a deck to composite on a job and they had planters and benches around entire deck. We had to cut from under the deck to slide the boards out. If we didn��t do it this way we would have had to remove all built ins around deck. I couldn��t believe it. 1 blade on that job and I used it on another job. I honestly cut over 200 rather thick nails with 1 blade. I just switched to the second blade today. 2 teeth on the first are gone. I can still use it but I would need to see where the nail is to work correctly. I ordered 3 more packages today. When the blade finally dies I will bury it. They don��t deserve to go into the trash.... lol. Very happy with them and while I write this I am thinking to order more. Great items don��t come around much. In perspective the other blades I buy I purchase them by the 50 pack and maybe can cut 2-3 pieces of wood before we trash them. Sometimes more but they are garbage. These blades do cut wood but slow and kind of burns it. Great for nails. The oscillating tool is one of our tools we use all the time and we have desalt cordless with a 20/60 volt flex batteries. We have several of them. We use that tool for everything, cuttting caulk, wood where needed... etc. besides my speed square and hammer one of the most important tools we use. So it��s great to have a awesome blade.
I use these with Rockwell Sonicrafter so had to also purchase a small mounting adapter. I'm really happy with the quality and performance of the blades and gave them a workout.These weren't cheap but I was starting a remodeling project that was going to require carpentry work, cutting through framing nails and framing straps, to remove sections of a wall. I bought this 3 piece set thinking the project would wear out a couple blades so wanted to have extras on hand. Turns out the blades performed so well I finished the project and haven't worn out or had to replace a single one.
Have used it on many finish nails removing door trim. When cutting, it is good to move the tool from side to side slightly to distribute wear evenly along cutting edge. Especially when cutting nails. Also have used on cultured stone with good results.