Model # DW3350

Internet #202579867

DEWALT 8-1/4 in. 40-Teeth Steel Combination Saw Blade
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DEWALT

8-1/4 in. 40-Teeth Steel Combination Saw Blade

$12.31 /each
Online Only - $25 Off $100 Dewalt Tools
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Price Valid : 11/14/2016 - 12/23/2016
Buy $100 or more of eligible Dewalt products on a single order and receives one $25 discount at the time of checkout. $100 threshold must be crossed before taxes.

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DEWALT Steel Circular Saw Blades are precision-engineered blades that can slice through a wide variety of jobsite and workshop materials, including softwood, hardwood, plywood, and hardboard. The blades feature precision-sharpened teeth, thick bodies for increased durability, and an anti-rust coating.

  • Precision sharpened teeth for fast, smooth cuts and longer life
  • Blade coating prevents rust and reduces friction
  • Thicker body provides increased durability in heavy-duty applications
  • Fully hardened steel body prevents blade warping and binding

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does what it's supposed to I had to order Online and shipped to store since the don't keep this size in stock. Works fine no problems March 22, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not Helpful I've had good service from a lot of Dewalt products, but this blade is almost useless. This is sort of an off size, and I wanted a blade with more teeth to cut engineered wood flooring about three-eighths of an inch thick for just one room. It seemed like the blade took a lot of pressure to cut and heated up quickly. After about a dozen cuts, it was so dull that it was spewing out sparks of burning wood. It won't cut anything except soft pine or fir, but If you hit a knot, forget it. I put the old twenty-four tooth carbide blade back in the saw. Works way better, even though I've had it for ten years. Save yourself the aggravation and just get a carbide blade. October 5, 2015
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