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12 in. 5 TPI Pruning SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw Blades (5-Pack)

Includes 5 units ($4.59 /unit)
$22.97 /package
  • Optimal for cutting tree limbs and other landscaping cuts
  • Fast, clean cuts in clean wood, plywood, OSB, lumber
  • Unique fleam ground teeth cut in both directions
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Product Overview

Milwaukee designs and manufactures SAWZALL blades for the toughest professional applications. Designed for maximize performance in specific cutting applications. Durable, long-life blades are the goal of every blade we make. Recommended for pruning trees, smooth sawing green woods. Deep tooth design, fleam filed. Clean cuts wood fibers. High alloy steel. 5 per pack.
  • 1/2 in. universal tang fits all SAWZALL
  • Pruning blade, high alloy steel
  • Recommended for pruning trees, smooth sawing green woods
  • Deep tooth design, fleam filed, clean cuts wood fibers
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
12
Blade Width (in.)
1"

Details

Color Family
White
Demolition
Yes
Material Cut
Wood
Number in Package
5
Number of Teeth
5
Power Tool Accessory Type
Reciprocating Saw Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
BiMetal
Teeth Per Inch
5
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

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All sawzall blades will break in the area where they slide into the sawzall what makes this milwaukee different is how much longer it last before it does break.My chain saw hasn't run in years. I was clearing some trees out behind our home and using the next best thing to a chain saw, these blades are incredible. I cut for two days pretty much all day long before this one broke. Some of the trees were 8-10 inches in diameter while most were 4-6 inches. The blade never dulled.The diablo blade is not even in the same class. I don't be-leave sawzall blades should break before they get dull but this seems to be the case with all brands. Milwaukee ax is my preference.
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    I put it to the test ; cut 2 10" diameter branches off a tree that was pushing my fence over with...
    I put it to the test ; cut 2 10" diameter branches off a tree that was pushing my fence over with a reciprocating battery saw. The cut took longer than a chainsaw would have, but I couldn't have got a chainsaw in the tight fit area I was cutting.. The cuts were smooth and the blade is still cutting quickly. Very impressive.
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    I have owned both Sawzall saw and Chain Saw for many years and always used a chain saw to cut dow...
    I have owned both Sawzall saw and Chain Saw for many years and always used a chain saw to cut down branches. I saw my neighbor using a Sawzall reciprocating saw for cutting big branches and it looked easy to cut . So I decided to try this blade for my sons back yard. He bought a house in August and wanted to clean his back yard of branches going all over. It was so much easier and lighter to use a sawzall. I decided to use both and it made my job so much easier. I recommend this blade.
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    This pruning blade from Milwaukee for reciprocating type Sawzalls wasn't quite twice as long at 1...
    This pruning blade from Milwaukee for reciprocating type Sawzalls wasn't quite twice as long at 12 inches than the one I presently have. Got it thinking I could make short work of some 3 inch to 4 inch trees I had but, the 3 tpi (teeth per inch) was a little too aggressive a cut. It got the job done but was more difficult than my smaller 9 inch blade at 6 tpi.
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    These new carbide tipped sawzall blades are a welcome additition to anyone who owns a Sawzall too...
    These new carbide tipped sawzall blades are a welcome additition to anyone who owns a Sawzall tool. Mine isn't a dedicated sawzall but a sawzall attachment for my Ridgid multi tool. I don't use that attachmnet very often but when I need a sawzall that attachment comes in very handy although it isnt as powerful as the dedicated sawzall. These 12 inch blades are real handy if you have to trim some big branches if you don't have access to a chainsaw. If you need sawzall blades I would highly recommend these carbide tipped blades as they will last much longer than a regular blade. Almost all your circular saw blades and table saw blades are carbide tipped these days and there is a reason for that. Much greater longevity.
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    The Milwaulee 12 inch pruning sawzall blade is a quality made blade. Thick and sturdy for cuttin...
    The Milwaulee 12 inch pruning sawzall blade is a quality made blade. Thick and sturdy for cutting any tree or bush branch. It will withstand any type of tree species and make many quick cuts. Roots are no problem either. The blade will tackle any rock or dirt when you are cutting roots. Only con is that it is a very aggressive tooth blade. Made in USA.
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    A nice heavy blade to cut branches and small stumps. I enjoyed using the Milwaukee blade and will...
    A nice heavy blade to cut branches and small stumps. I enjoyed using the Milwaukee blade and will keep extra in my tool box for spring and fall clean up . I like that the blade snaps into my ryobi tools and it is sturdy. Easy to use and works well for what I need. If you need a wood blade for your receptacle saw this maybe for you . I do recommend Milwaukee blades.
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    This Milwaukee 9 in. 3 TPI Pruning Carbide Teeth Wood Cutting SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw Blade was...
    This Milwaukee 9 in. 3 TPI Pruning Carbide Teeth Wood Cutting SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw Blade was used for cutting limbs on a fallen tree. I used a cordless recip saw, the blade performed very well. It has a tall profile for strength and with the carbide teeth; it seems durable and should last a long time. With 3 teeth per inch, I was surprised how smooth the cut was on the 4”-5” limbs. I did make several cuts on 6" and 7" limbs with no problem! The larger part of the tree is going to be chainsaw worthy! Made in USA.
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    To start with, this Milwaukee 12" blade is advertised as a pruning blade. Well, I just put it to ...
    To start with, this Milwaukee 12" blade is advertised as a pruning blade. Well, I just put it to the test. It not only easily cut small branches, it made easy work of taking down a good size dead palm tree. I normally would have used my chain saw, but it was uncooperative and would not start. Wife said the dead tree had to go before the Christmas lights went up. I used the blade in my cordless sawzall and it did the job without a lot of effort, all with the same battery. In the future I will be using this blade and the sawzall a lot more.
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