Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 41
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gettingthingsdone Cuts like butter
Nothing I can't cut. I do alot of scrap metal runs for clients and I never know what they will have for me. So I always buy Milwaukee saw saw blades they seem to last way longer than any other brand and are worth the few more bucks.
July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Marty Great Value
These 6 in. 24 TPI in. Metal Thin Kerf Reciprocating Saw Blades are a double duty upgrade from the old blades. We use them for cutting bolts, screws, sheet metal, copper pipe, conduit, rebar, and every now and then to take out a wall. Most of the time it is in tight places. The breakage and bending has been far less with these blades. Cuts are smoother and more accurate. The packaging is great in the 5, 10, and 25 pack with strong plastic case.
July 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Legend Great product
Sawzall always has quality blades. They last longer than other brands
June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dave Long Lasting
These blades lasted longer than your average blades. I am using them on a project replacing 1000 square feet of deck board. Over a third of the screws remain intact, so I have used the blades to cut deck screws as well as deck board. The 10 pack case is convenient for storage of the blades. I would recommend using these blades for any multi-use projects.
July 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jeremy Quality Thin Demolition Blades
There are probably cheaper blades on the market, but this gives real value. They are durable, they haven't bent, they didn't break, nor have they blunted easily in any application I have used: Love them. Double duty and more. Fine teeth for metal cutting, going through even a stainless steel pipe like few blades I've used. A definitive winner here.
June 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Richard excellent saw blade
Thin kerf, had the opportunity to demo a bottom front of a shed out building.damaged by ants. The Milwaukee seawall blade is 6 inch 18 tpi 1/8 - 5/16. The blade went right thru the flooring and support moved right along cutting the various types of nails with impressive ease using a battery powered saw. impressed enough that I got a corded saw and a another brand blade same length and tpi. Yep went back to the battery and original Milwaukee blade for the remainder of the task. You need a 5 or 10 pk for your work bench
June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by walter Did what I bought them for. Cut several 1/2" lag bolts between brick masonry and wood door jamb.
These Blades worked as I intended. Expected to be dulled by working against brick but they lasted through several bolts per door jamb.
June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lilrabbit clean, smooth cutting of steel with a reciprocating saw. Blade is stiff and remains reliably straight, impressive considering the thin kerf.
I tend to bang the end of short Sawzall blades into things while I am cutting, bending or breaking the blade long before I dull it. I really expected to burn through these fast because thin kerf blade, would be more fragile, but these are tough blades, longer lasting than others I have used.
With 24 TPI, they leave a nice cut. Here is how I tested them.
I am building a couple of spokeshaves from an article in Woodsmith, and needed to split a length of 5/8 steel rod lengthwise to create blade mounts. I started to do it with a hacksaw, but grew tired. So I chucked one of these up in my Sawzall, dosed it with bit of Tap-Magic (cutting oil) and made rapid work of an arm straining project. Once the rod was cut lengthwise, I ended up with two half moon shaped lengths. These 24TPI blades left a reasonably smooth cut that I was able to quickly clean up with a file.
Next, I had some kids use one of these blades and the Sawall to cut up a bunch of lengths of EMT (Electrical conduit pipe) into carefully measured lengths to create tuned (do re me fa so la ti do) idiophones for small glockenspiels. (Idiophones are the tuned lengths of wood or metal you see in xylophones, marimbas, and vibraphones...the part you hit with a mallet to make sounds).
These blades cut the tubing fairly rapidly, but the high tooth pitch made it easy for the kids to keep the blade under control and accurately follow the cutting line.
May 13, 2016