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Milwaukee Tool 1-3/8-inch Oscillating Multi Tool Multi-Material, Wood, and Hardwood Blade Kit with Case (5 Pack) 29$

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee Tool 1-3/8-inch Oscillating Multi Tool Multi-Material, Wood, and Hardwood Blade Kit with Case (5 Pack) 29$

Milwaukee Tool 1-3/8-inch Oscillating Multi Tool Multi-Material, Wood, and Hardwood Blade Kit with Case (5 Pack) 29$

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I guess its a good deal considering it has two Titanium Blade (metal cutting)...

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Saw them in store for 65$ couple of weeks back...
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I am going to be a tool snob here, but the titanium blades are more geared for soft metal. If you are cutting into tough metals then you really need a carbide blade, the titanium blades will dull quickly. If you are going to cut into harder metals then consider THIS set, which has a carbide blade. This is the set I have and it makes a huge difference. There are also some costlier sets with a case and more blades. Single carbide blades are expensive, so getting one in a multi pack is better value.

I have no intention of downplaying the deal posted, it's a great offer, but just be sure to consider what you plan to cut.
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Farles70 wrote: I am going to be a tool snob here, but the titanium blades are more geared for soft metal. If you are cutting into tough metals then you really need a carbide blade, the titanium blades will dull quickly. If you are going to cut into harder metals then consider THIS set, which has a carbide blade. This is the set I have and it makes a huge difference. There are also some costlier sets with a case and more blades. Single carbide blades are expensive, so getting one in a multi pack is better value.

I have no intention of downplaying the deal posted, it's a great offer, but just be sure to consider what you plan to cut.
Agreed. I used the carbide set. Good to use it with Heavy old plumbing lines...
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Price has gone up on the website to $65 now but you can still find it in store for the $29 price. Might want to jump on it if you've been holding out.
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RCLapCar wrote: Price has gone up on the website to $65 now but you can still find it in store for the $29 price. Might want to jump on it if you've been holding out.
Which store have you seen it still at that price in? GTA?
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tianos wrote: Which store have you seen it still at that price in? GTA?
Mississauga West (Argentia and Winston Churchill) earlier in the week and Milton last night.
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RCLapCar wrote: Mississauga West (Argentia and Winston Churchill) earlier in the week and Milton last night.
All the Scarborough stores have it as well...

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