Arrow introduces the Japanese Tooth Blade Pack. Our newest blades feature an open-back design, allowing for a universal-fit on nearly all oscillating multi-tools. The Arrow Japanese Tooth Blade Pack is ideal for fast cutting of hard- and softwoods. Additionally, the extended depth of the Japanese tooth blades is perfect for deep plunge cuts and for applications in need that of extra reach. These tough and durable blades are made from high-carbon steel and come in a handy 2-pack of 1-3/8 in. blades so you can be sure to get the job done. The Arrow Japanese Tooth Blade Pack are the perfect attachment for your oscillating multi-tools to get all your hard- and softwood cutting done quickly, efficiently and accurately.
Universal fit for most oscillating multi-tools
Ideal for precision and plunge cutting
Provides clean cuts in hard- and softwoods
Includes two 1-3/8 in. blades
Made from durable high-carbon steel to ensure long-lasting use
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is a great set of blades for any oscillating tool you might own. I cracked this package open and simply added it to my battery powered oscillating multitool and was ready to cut. This Japanese tooth type blade easily cuts any type of wood I used including pine trim, oak and maple. It also provides a very clean looking cut. You can tell its a high quality metal that was used and after a few projects and 25+ cuts the first blade still looks very fresh.
I would Highly recommend this to anyone needing a good set of blades for their multitools.
Customer review from arrowfastener.com
Jan 26, 2022
good spare blades for multifool
These are strong sharp replacement blades for multitools. I have a Dewalt, and sometimes replacement blades won't fit, but these are fine. They cut well, but these are heavy duty and for very precise work, I'd use a blade with more teeth. For normal Multitool work, these work fine. The blades are for wood, so I wouldn't try them on metal or masonary.
I do not use a jam-saw (oscillating multi-tool) very frequently but have used all of the brands available at the big box stores. I do not consider this a top tier brand like Diablo, Imperial (now Milwaukee) but it's not as expensive either. Let's face it, a small trim job can burn through $30 of these attachments easily. This Arrow brand is much cheaper and will get the same job done but maybe one minute longer.
The blade cuts as advertised and I notice more wear than the premium blades. But really? For the cost? I will probably go with these Arrows in the future because I have to keep my costs down. There's a time and place for the expensive attachments but as many as these blades get broken and "borrowed", I'm fine with the Arrow.
It cut a 16d nail and common wood screw with no problems. It could have struggled had I cut a dozen more, but I don't cut that many on a job.
I would have given this a 5 star, but my Diablo blades cut faster. In my opinion, this Arrow is better buy for the money.
This is an excellent set of multitool blades. it appears to be using high quality metal. I have not used a Japanese tooth blade before but these tooth are much smaller than the regular ones I have used before. What’s also interesting is that it has ruler marks that inked on the sides of the blade. I can imagine the usefulness of these marks, say, when doing a plunge cut for a fixed depth. Highly recommend this set.
WOW! This Japanese tooth blade cuts fast and clean!
This twin pack of Arrow 1-3/8 in. Bi-Metal Japanese Tooth Blade is incredibly sharp and very easy to use. Perfect replacement blade for all wood working and for plumbers that work with PVC pipe material. It is my go-to blade for all my plumbing jobsites. The aggressive teeth make clean and quick cuts. Fits great in my shop corded WORX oscillating tool and in my worksite battery operated Milwaukee FUEL brand oscillating tool. Must have item for every DIYer and Professional Tradesman!
The Arrow 1-3/8 in. Bi-Metal Japanese Tooth Blade made light work of cutting through some wooden baseboard to clear space so i can lay some flooring. The 23 tooth blade is about an inch and a quarter wide so it’s really easy to level out and get square cuts. There’s also a depth gauge on it all the way up to 3.5 inches. On my Ridgid multi tool it secured very well despite only having three points of contact compared to the 4 points on the tool. The variable speed makes it nice to control the vibrations. I definitely noticed better cutting below top speed, probably because there’s more sideways movement and not just vibrating in one place. If you’re like me and have random small pieces of wood to cut around the house this tool is a great one to have in the box.
These blades have no finish on them, but they cut well! I like the size of the blade for a variety of cuts and the offset of the blade allows them to be mounted in a variety of positions for cuts in tight places. I found the tooth design allowed quick cuts in many materials. These have a Japanese tooth and work well to glide in on a surface to make a cut without marring the surface below the blade.
These Arrow blades for oscillating tools are a nearly universal fit, making them versatile and useful for most brands. The best features are their extra length and the extremely sharp Japanese tooth style. They can reach up to a 2.5" depth (maybe 1/4" more if there is enough clearance), making it much more capable than typical blades than have more like a 1.5" blade length.
This blade made short work when cutting the tongue off of some hickory flooring. With hickory being so hard, it can be difficult to cut smoothly, but this blade did the trick quickly while keeping the cut smooth and flush.
I expect these will be my go-to blades in the future!
This vibrating blade should last a long time and is versatile in that it can cut various items such as wood, plastic, and more. I am planning on using it for cutting PVC for a plumbing project I have and then to cut out some floor molding that need to replace. I really like the depth scale built onto the blade. This makes it easy to determine how deep your blade is cutting when going through walls, molding, etc.. The depth measurements are on inches and millimeters.
The Arrow Bi-metal Japanese Tooth saw blades are fast cutters. I like these Japanese tooth blades just because they cut clean and are much faster than other styles. This brand is made from high carbon steel which give me long service provided I don’t hit a nail sometime. These fit both Ryobi and my Milwaukee multi tools. I have had good success with these and am happy I got them.