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4 in. 10 TPI Multi-Material Cutting HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw Blades (5-Pack)

Includes 5 units ($1.99 /unit)
$9.97
  • The short blade length is ideal for cutting in tight locations
  • Designed with a thin kerf for up to 35% more cuts per charge
  • Bi-metal construction for increased tooth durability
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The Milwaukee 49-00-5410 is a 4 in Multi-Material M12 HACKZALL reciprocating saw Blade designed for cutting verious materials, and optimized for use with the M12 HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw. HACKZALL Blades deliver up to 35% more cuts per charge than leading reciprocating saw blades and are ideal for a variety of HVAC, electrical, plumbing and maintenance/repair applications. Milwaukee HACKZALL Blades combine an aggressive cutting angle, deep gullets and precision-ground tooth geometry for faster cutting. The short length of HACKZALL Blades makes it easier for users to cut in the confined spaces where the HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw excels and helps deliver accurate cuts with reduced bending and breaking. Milwaukee HACKZALL Blades feature a Matrix II bi-metal construction for longer life and greater tooth durability. The Milwaukee 49-00-5410 contains 5 Saw blades.
  • Thin kerf for up to 35% more cuts per charge vs leading reciprocating saw blades
  • Short blade length for cutting in tight locations
  • Bi-metal construction for increased tooth durability and long blade life
  • Cuts wood, nail embedded wood, composition material, plastic and metal
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Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)4Blade Width (in.)3/4"

Details

Color FamilyWhiteDemolitionNo
Material CutMulti-PurposeNumber in Package5
Number of Teeth30Power Tool Accessory TypeReciprocating Saw Blade
Returnable90-DaySaw Blade MaterialBiMetal
Teeth Per Inch10Tools Product TypePower Tool

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Milwaukee....4 in 10 Teeth per in Multi Material Cutting Saw Blade. This is a great Reciprocatin...
Milwaukee....4 in 10 Teeth per in Multi Material Cutting Saw Blade. This is a great Reciprocating Saw blade for a Hackzall or a Sawzall. I like the shortness of the blade it makes it very easy to get into tight places. The blade is made of steel and the shortness of the blade keeps it from flexing or bending. I shortened the 4 legs on 3 bar stools made of poplar and had no problem cutting them. there are a variety of blades available depending on what you are going to cut. this is a great blade
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A very good blade for a wide variety of uses. At 9 inches it is longer than many traditional rec...
A very good blade for a wide variety of uses. At 9 inches it is longer than many traditional reciprocating saw blades and that means I can use this for thicknesses up to about 6 inches. Shorter blades will do about 4 inches and longer ones are prone to bending. This is also the widest blade of the three different ones I own which reduces flex. I also like the fact that it will cut most everything including wood, metal, and plastic. Why bother with a blade that won't do it all, especially if you are in destruction mode. Also, I think that the tooth size and pattern promote somewhat smoother cuts.
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I love these blades for pruning. I know there is a pruning blade but it is really expensive and p...
I love these blades for pruning. I know there is a pruning blade but it is really expensive and prone to bending. These demolition blades do the trick. They are sturdy and only a little slower than the pruning blade. Great for anything that needs to be cut up in a hurry without much precision. I received this 9 IN. 7/11 TPI WRECKER DEMOLITION MUTLI-MATERIAL CUTTING SAWZALL RECIPROCATING SAW BLADES (10-PACK) for free to write this review.
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When you have a demolition project Milwaukee demo blades are a quality product, these particular ...
When you have a demolition project Milwaukee demo blades are a quality product, these particular blades are designed to cut through wood and metals . I had a decorative column my wife wanted removed so I used these wrecker blades and they cut through Sheetrock wood and nails with ease, I highly recommend this product, they made this demolition project go with eas.
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This review is for the Milwaukee model 48-00-1706 “Wrecker” Sawzall blade. The 1706 comes in a ...
This review is for the Milwaukee model 48-00-1706 “Wrecker” Sawzall blade. The 1706 comes in a pack of 10 (the pack I received had a bonus 2 blades included). It’s good to check the model number to make sure you’re reading the right review – Milwaukee has fair number of blades available. The blades come in a blister pack, there’s no storage container included; once you open the container you’ll need to find a spot for the loose blades. If you store them with other blades, Milwaukee has handily labeled each blade in easy-to-read lettering that it’s a “Wrecker” so you’re not going to have to stop and search for the right blade. Of course the lettering will eventually wear off – but I think enough will remain visible even after a lot of blade use to identify the blade by a glance. The “Wrecker” blade is designed for “multi-material” – wood, light metal, PVC, etc. I had an old bird bath waiting to be destroyed, made out of some type of PVC type plastic and filled with sand. I mounted the “Wrecker” on a Ryobi reciprocating saw (doesn’t have to be a Milwaukee saw) and it took about 3 minutes to reduce the bird bath to pieces and remove the packed in sand (see photo below). You’ll want to wear protective gear when using a reciprocating saw, of course. The 1706 is made in the USA and is 9” in length. It worked very well in this test – I don’t have any large projects on hand at the moment to “destruct”, but I’m satisfied that this new Milwaukee blade can get the job done. I’m a semi-retired I.T. tech / homeowner / DIY’er and professional trades will have their own opinions on longevity and cutting capability. As a DIY’er I’m pleased to add these to my saw kit. HTH Regards, Jim
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They rip through everything.
They rip through everything.
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The blade works great in my DeWalt reciprocating saw but it didn't cut the screws as easily as I ...
The blade works great in my DeWalt reciprocating saw but it didn't cut the screws as easily as I expected. For wood it is great!
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I bought these for my small sawzall which I use to work in the yard. I prune large branches off shrubs and small branches off trees. I basically use it where normally one would use loppers. However, I have not yet used them.
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Awsome the best i ever bought...
Awsome the best i ever bought
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