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[Amazon.ca]Irwin Bi-Metal Blue Utility Blade, 50-Pack - $17.51

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[Amazon.ca]Irwin Bi-Metal Blue Utility Blade, 50-Pack - $17.51

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http://www.amazon.ca/Irwin-Industrial-2 ... lity+Blade

Features patented bi-metal technology that sets new standards of performance
• Unbreakable: spring steel body delivers superior flexibility to prevent breaking (under normal working conditions)
• Lasts longer: high speed steel cutting edge stays sharp longer than traditional carbon utility blades (tested on 20-Pound recycled paper)
• Fits most utility knives

IRWIN Tools 2084300 Bi-Metal Utility Blades, 50-Pack. IRWIN Tools bi-metal utility blade is a revolutionary bi-metal utility blade. It's bi-metal technology sets new standards of performance, by providing a blade that stays sharp three times longer than the conventional blades. Irwin bi-metal Blue Blades are virtually unbreakable. Spring backing steel flexes, but will not break. Stays sharper up to 3 times longer. High-speed steel edge is treated to higher hardness than standard carbon. Pack of 50 blades. Blades (qty.): 50
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Jun 5, 2008
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How tough are these? I usually only use Stanley carbides.
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Feb 26, 2008
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It's probably a pretty good price for blades, but a pack of 50 would last me a couple of centuries.... :-0
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Just past the rest of them to your children, grandchildren, etc .... or you can share with someone else.
kneevase wrote: It's probably a pretty good price for blades, but a pack of 50 would last me a couple of centuries.... :-0
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May 20, 2009
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lcmt wrote: I believe this is US price.
How come it give me the US price after I entered a Canadian address, anyway.
You are right, The price history shows the lowest is 16.58 in CND
[url]http://ca.*****.com/Irwin-Industrial-2084300-Bi-Metal-Utility/product/B0001Q2VJ6[/url]
17.51 is decent if you need one, to me still not a good price to jump and store for future.
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That is because of the exchange rate. It was around 1.25 at that time. However, the exchange now is like 1.4.
Anyways, there is still chance price maybe lower in the future, maybe in the next few years. However, once the next inflation kicks in, price will jump dramatically.
gardener28 wrote: How come it give me the US price after I entered a Canadian address, anyway.
You are right, The price history shows the lowest is 16.58 in CND
[url]http://ca.*****.com/Irwin-Industrial-2084300-Bi-Metal-Utility/product/B0001Q2VJ6[/url]
17.51 is decent if you need one, to me still not a good price to jump and store for future.
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Saw a better deal at Home Depot today, 500 pack of Stanley blades for $50
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I don't think the Stanley blades is bi-metal. If you are not using for construction, you can consider the one from Tekton. If you are using for construction, then Stanley blade is also good choice.

http://www.amazon.ca/TEKTON-82580-Utili ... lity+blade
Drthorne wrote: Saw a better deal at Home Depot today, 500 pack of Stanley blades for $50

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