Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 66
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by None Did the job
I had to cut some old bolts from a wood stove that held the stove pipe. These bolts were 20 plus years old and in a tight area. It took about five minutes a bolt to complete. Also cut four bolts from an external fan. Each of those bolts took about five minutes as well. All in all, I couldn't cut them any other way except using a torch which I do not have. So, instead of using a hacksaw and about 20 minutes a bolt, I used an oscillating tool which was much faster and this blade did the job.
October 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lewh Waste of money
I bought this blade because it claims to cut ceramic tile. Well it doesn't! I'm extremely disappointed with this product and a few other of the Dremel cutting accessories. They do not last more than a few cuts and cost way too much money! Save your money!
August 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Alleycat Works well for steel bolt cutting
Blades like this are what makes the Dremel Mult-Max and similar tools great for the handyman and/or the professional. I flush cut four 1/2-inch bolts that were protruding out of concrete with relative ease using this blade. Although the blade dulled a bit, it accomplished the task at hand. I would otherwise have had to hire someone with a cutting torch to remove those bolts. This flush cut carbide blade fits more than just Dremel Multi-Max. It also fits Bosch, Dremel, Rigid, Fein, Makita, Craftsman, Milwaukee, Skil, Rockwell branded tools.
April 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by cvince75 Not happy
I tried to cut through a very small #10 bold but the blade went dull after one round of attempting to cut. Not only am I unhappy with the quality of the blade, I'm unhappy with the quality and power of my Dremel Multimax Cordless tool. The cordless version doesn't seem to the have the same power as the corded version.
January 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Finn Good multi tool blade
I bought this for my bosch multi tool. Fit good and works great.
March 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bakingmom Multi-Max carbide Flush Cut Blade
The carbide blade cut through 2 galvanized 5/16 inch toilet tank bolts. It actually cut most of the way through and then the bolts bent and had to be snapped off, so the cut was slightly uneven. It doesn't matter in this case because they will be covered with caps. I also liked the size of the blade, since it can make wider and deeper cuts and seems sturdy. However, it does not fit as securely as other Dremel blades. The holes are larger as well as the opening at the bottom. Even though it was well-secured, the blade would get stuck in the bolt while cutting and then slide out of the tool from the top. I never had this happen with any other Dremel blade. As for durability, it wore down a couple of teeth in the middle. Also, the motor of the Multi-Max itself overheated and died after cutting through the second bolt. If I ever get another Multi-Max, I will probably use this blade for larger cuts on softer materials but not on bolts or screws.
September 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fxp1 Durable Blade
I have a Porter-Cable multi-tool and use the blade with the adapter attachment. The blade fits tightly on the adapter and easily cut through everything I gave it. I tried it on over-sized nails in some door trim and it sliced them easily. I didn't force it just let it cut at its own rate and it went through cleanly and fast. These blades are good when cutting up old wood floorboards and wooden sills as you never know when you'll hit metal buried under the top. I've ruined more cheap blades that way with the teeth gone. It is holding up better than my other bi-metal blades with no visible teeth wear. I'm impressed and plan on using it regularly for this work. So far I'm confident it will last longer. This is one of those cases where buying a cheap blade is not inexpensive in the end.
October 17, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Blue poor choice
I should have checked the reviews instead of the video. I needed to cut a 3/8 stainless steel stud. It got through it, however it was a high price for one cut. I should have used a hack saw blade or a standard metal cutting blade it would have been more cost effective.
October 16, 2014